Regulatory Affairs Executive / Specialist – Life Sciences – UK Remote Working – Competitive salary (dependent on experience)
We have a fabulous opportunity for a Regulatory Affairs Executive / Specialist, with a strong educational background in life sciences and at least 2 years experience in regulatory affairs, to join a fast-growing, international company.
Due to ongoing growth, our client is looking for a regulatory affairs professional to join their R&D team. This role is a fundamental part of the team and you would be responsible for key deliverables which are key to the company’s long-term strategies in the European and global markets.
You, in a nutshell: Suitable candidates will need to have an excellent academic record in a life sciences discipline (a degree is essential with a masters or PhD being a distinct advantage) and you will have 2+ years experience in regulatory affairs.
Opportunity: This is a fast-paced and busy role for someone who is looking for the perfect opportunity to utilise their academics and experience in a growing, cutting-edge environment. This position can be undertaken remotely within the UK.
Key responsibilities as the Regulatory Affairs Executive / Specialist will include:
- Preparation, review and approval of regulatory submissions for new product applications
- Maintenance of existing authorisations across a number of countries
- Liaising with regulatory authorities, external consultants, CROs, test facilities and other departments in support of product authorisations
- Working with other regulatory teams to determine approval pathways to new markets
- Provision of updates on regulatory guidelines and legislation
- Confidential management of sensitive and technical information
- Maintaining regulatory compliance
- And more!
What we’re looking for:
- Previous experience in regulatory affairs, ideally within the crop protection industry or in an industrial setting
- Excellent academic record in a life sciences discipline – degree is essential
- Ability to present clear and concise written arguments to support a specific regulatory or scientific position on a topic
- Strong analytical skills – ability to evaluate a wide variety of data/information and make recommendations
- Impeccable attention to detail
- Highly organised with the ability to multi-task and prioritise
- IT literate with proficiency in MS Office
- Proactive and flexible self starter
- Proficiency in an EU language is advantageous (French, German, Spanish or Italian)
Our client is offering a competitive salary and benefits package for the right individual.
If this role is of interest to you, please ensure your CV showcases you in full and submit it ASAP, quoting ‘LO-Regulatory Affairs’
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