Global Regulatory Therapeutic Lead Sleep
Bridgewater, New Jersey
The Global Regulatory Lead (GRL) Sanofi CHC is in charge of the strategic and operational regulatory affairs activities for a portfolio of core Global brands and multi-Regional development and marketed products of the category.
Key responsibilities include:
Product/projects regulatory management
- As a regulatory portfolio owner, it is accountable for the development of the global regulatory strategies for projects/products within the assigned portfolio, in dose collaboration with affiliates.
- Accountable for the coordination of the preparation and on-time delivery of compliant submissions to Regulatory Agencies and for managing responses to Regulatory Agencies' questions.
- Responsible for the follow up of the implementation of the global strategy with RA affiliates.
- To ensure the one GRA voice, set-up and run GRA team meetings as needed.
- Ensure timely execution of the GRPS milestones for the development projects as per Blueprint.
- Participate in the organization of scientific advice meeting with the Health Authorities.
- Participate in and validate the promotional and non-promotional programs for Global brands.
- As a regulatory portfolio owner, is accountable for the maintenance of the existing portfolio with a worldwide scope, from the preparation to the submission/dispatch to affiliates on time such as renewals, variations, benefit/risk assessments, referrals, Discontinuation process, PRAC signals, PBRER/PSUSA/DSUR, etc.
- Manage the Interactions as appropriate with the Countries GRA to ensure compliance with local requirements.
- Work in compliance with Sanofi Quality Documents (QDs).
- Set-up and run Category Regulatory Portfolio team meetings on a routine basis to share category strategies and cross-fertilize regulatory input and knowledge across regions.
- The Global Regulatory Lead (GRL) Sanofi CHC is in charge of the strategic and operational regulatory affairs activities for a portfolio of core Global brands and multi-Regional development and marketed products of the category.
Regulatory Category Leadership
- As a full member of the Category team, contributes to providing regulatory insights to help drive and shape the Category strategy collaboratively with GRA and cross-functional teams to create project plans that identify opportunities, regulatory risks, and mitigation strategies.
- Provides regulatory strategy and intelligence for due diligence and business development initiatives.
- Proposes the strategy for HA Interaction and attend HA meetings as required ensuring that all projects have clearly defined regulatory paths to deliver and milestones are met leading to successful filings and approvals.
Competencies for Success
- Empowers teams to face challenges, make decisions and take action.
- Encourages collaboration and communication within and beyond the team.
Strategic & Technical Regulatory Affairs Expertise:
- Demonstrated success in developing regulatory strategies in OTC environments across multiple regions; possesses a strong knowledge of global regulatory requirements. He/she will bring creative & innovative ideas to the table to enable category strategies.
Communication & Influencing:
- The successful candidate will possess strong communication, negotiation and influencing skills as demonstrated by his/her successful interaction with Marketing, CMI, Industrial Affairs, and Medical Affairs, enabling him/her to drive the CHC vision for the Category. He/she will be at ease working in a matrix environment and display the necessary multicultural sensitivity in such a Global context.
- Lead teams
- Act for Change
- Cooperate Transversally
- Strive for Results
- Commitment to Customer
- Think Strategically
Other Personal Characteristics:
- High standards of integrity
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Excellent oral and written presentation skills
- Dedicated and persuasive "can-do" attitude
- Self-motivated; entrepreneurial spirit
- Organizational savvy; be able to work in a high matrix structure
- "Think out of the box" mindset
- Minimum MS; Pharm D, MD, Ph.D. or equivalent preferred.
- Minimum 5-7 years in Regulatory Affairs, including leadership roles, and experience managing and leading global team required.
- Fluent English required; additional languages desirable.
- Recognized expert in managing matrix teams and partnering with cross-functional teams at a highly strategic level.
- Experience living in different global regions/countries desirable.
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