Regulatory Manager (Emerging Markets ) - Permanent
Pharmaceutical company in Buckinghamshire
Our client is a leading pharmaceutical company, located in Buckinghamshire. Working across multiple therapy areas, they research and develop both ethical and consumer health products in a range of therapy areas including dermatology, ophthalmology, neurology, medical devices and other speciality markets.
Located within easy reach of the M40, and mainline BR, our client boasts modern spacious offices with ample free car parking. Generally speaking, roles with this client are fully office based and there is limited scope for home working. Office facilities include onsite restaurant, and a relaxed 'coffee shop' area.
CSL are^privileged to have a longstanding relationship with this client and have made many placements both for permanent and contract openings so can really vouch for them when we say that candidate feedback is extremely positive and this is a great place^to work.
Our client offers a generous package, usually made up of a basic salary, performance related bonus, healthcare and generous annual leave allowance. We do regularly handle openings with this client, so if this sounds like the sort of place you would like to work, please contact Kirsty Clark directly on 01932 234681 for a confidential discussion regarding your job search.
Are you a Regulatory Affairs Executive with significant experience of working across Emerging^Markets?
Are you seeking a role where your efforts will be rewarded with and excellent package and great career progression?
Then read on.
My client is currently seeking a Regulatory Affairs Manager to join their Emerging Market division.^To be successful,you must have experience in working in at least one of the following areas; Eastern Europe, AsiaPAC, EMEA, Middle/Far East or Africa as well as European markets and have the ability to be office based in Buckinghamshire
Much work^is led by this company,rather than outsourced, and you will have an excellent opportunity to build on experience to date. The majority of your time will be spent determining regulatory strategy in Emerging Markets to maximise company presence and revenue. Full lifecycle product knowledge will be required as you perform lifecycle maintenance activities in addition to any initial applications.
You will have great people skills, and the ability to forge solid professional relationships with^colleagues and regulatory bodies alike. Your time management will be excellent and your project management skills solid. You should also have an in depth knowledge of Regulatory compliance across EM, as you will be required to handle multiple projects at any one time, potentially in varying regions.
Our client firmlybelieves that its staff are their best asset. Professional development is encouraged and supported for talented candidates.
Essential Skills & Qualification
A life sciences^degree will be essential for this role. The successful candidate willalso have significant experience in Regulatory Affairs, with some experience of working in Emerging Markets.
Software Competence: MS Office, MS Project DOCUMENTUM
Valid Driving License: Yes
Working Language(s): English
Requirement for Business Travel: Yes - some
Flexible Working Hours: No
Employer: Pharmaceutical Company
Employment Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Location: UK; Office Based access near M40
Plan Start Date: ASAP
Company Pension, Company Car, Car Allowance, Life Insurance, Private Healthcare, Bonus, Childcare Vouchers. Relocation assistance may be possible
MS Office, MS Project, Zinc DOCUMENTUM, Registration, Regulatory Affairs, MAA, CMC, Expert Reports, Clinical Trial Applications, CTA, CPMP, Dossier, Regulatory Agency
Assigned Consultant: Kirsty Clark at CSL Recruitment on 01932 234 681
Please feel free to call for a detailed Job Description or additional information
Applications are reviewed within 24hrs, applicants will only receive feedback if they demonstrate the skills the role requires in their application. The role may be remarketed; if you applied for this role previously and were unsuccessful you will not receive a response. We request that non EU Nationals include evidence of right to work in the country concerned with their application to be considered. Do supply supplementary information on required location, notice period and expected salary/day rate if you are a new candidate.