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Associate Regulatory Affairs Manager, Consumer-Northern Europe

Berkshire   •  £60 - £70 per hour  •  Contract/Temporary, Full time


My client, a large and highly successful pharmaceutical client is looking for an Associate Regulatory Affairs Manager on an initial 3 month contract. There will be flexibile home working on offer.



Responsibilities:


Develop and support regulatory strategies in line with business plan


Partner with brand and cross functional team to explore new and revised claims for advertising copy and pack that are within the frameowrk on the product classification


complete regulatoy activities for a defined number of products to ensure all regulatory obligations and business objectives are met


Sign off packaging material, leaflets, and adveritising/promotional material to ensure regulatory complaince for submissions via appropritate document approval systems


Assist Crisis Management/PR Matters as related to regulatory affairs


Fulfil Department complaince obligations that include:


Processes, SOPs, working instructions adherence and ownership of processes for continuous improvement


Update relevant local and global databases to track current product information and facilitate product notification under the Cosmetics Regulation


Support audies and inspections as they relate to Cosmetics


Provide regulatory advice and perform due diligence for product acquisitions and agreements with third parties


Maintain strong awareness/knowledge of current regulatory requirements


Represent Regulatory Affairson cross functional product/project teams and provides regulatory advcie and/or support (as appropriate) both internally and externally. Provide regulatory guidance to internal stakeholders, to allow them to make to key decisions on business-critical activities and project feasibility



Qualifications:



Life Sciences, Chemistry degree or equivalent


Sound working knowledge and experience of EU Cosmetics Regulation and associated UK requirements


Good grasp of the regulatory framework and borderline between Medicines, Cosmetics and Medical Devices


An awareness and some working knowledge of Adveritising copy approval requirements in the UK for example. CAP, BCAP and Advertising Standards Authority


Excellent leadership, communication and organisational skills


Detail oriented, effective in written and oral communication


Work independently to plan, conduct, and manage regulatory projects to meet department and company objectives


Responsible for identifying, implementing, and managing key RA Departmental projects and/or strategies based on both short-and long term RA Department objectives



If you feel you have a suitable profile and would like to find out more, please apply and get in touch with Ross Wilson at rwilson@keypeople.co.uk for further information.


You must be eligible to work in the UK. Learn more

  • Agency: Key People
  • Reference: 25060
  • Posted: 24th August 2020
  • Expires: 21st September 2020

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