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Head, Global Regulatory Oncology

Bridgewater, New Jersey, Cambridge, Massachusetts



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The Head, Global Regulatory Oncology will report to the GRA-Head, Specialty Care and lead a group of Global Regulatory Team Leaders (GRTLs) in Oncology and will be accountable for the global regulatory strategy for products in the portfolio.

Some specific elements of the role include:

  • Ensure management of the oncology development product portfolio and help to define both current development and life cycle management projects in that area
  • Lead the development and execution of long-term global regulatory strategy for the product portfolio
  • Provide relevant input to oncology products’ Global Regulatory Product Strategy (GRPS) and ensure preparation of the oncology GRTLs for the Transversal Product Strategic Committee reviews (TPSC) preparations
  • Ensure peer review of key regulatory documents and submissions to maintain consistent quality across programs in the portfolio on a worldwide basis
  • Develop and maintain a close working relationship with all the regional oncology TA regulatory leaders; leverage their skills and capabilities and ensure coordination and alignment of regional regulatory strategies and execution with the global regulatory project teams, including agency discussions for projects as needed
  • Ensure that management is aware of any major issues with projects, including any changes to risks, so that the appropriate message is communicated with a single regulatory voice to any key project governance milestone committee(s)
  • Align the regulatory affairs function in line management while ensuring senior executives have strong connections with the P&L business unit
  • Work with the oncology labeling strategy leads to ensure labeling discussions occur as early in development as possible
  • Lead the global regulatory oncology GRTL team and provide coaching and mentoring; foster an environment and culture of learning and sharing of best practices within the oncology team, and across other TA GRA units
  • Work in close collaboration with the other TA heads (Rare Disease, MS, Immunology)

Business Support

  • Represent GRA as a member of the Therapeutic Area Review Committee (TARC), a group led by the Oncology Development Head and Commercial Head, and be accountable for providing regulatory input for the projects globally
  • May participate in any relevant Oncology Business Unit New Product Planning (NPP) review when called upon by the Global Business Unit
  • May be asked to participate in Due Diligence and, as needed, to provide regulatory input on potential new in-licensing opportunities
  • May be asked to join portfolio review to provide relevant regulatory input to the business
  • May be asked to represent GRA in Products Alert teams or Crisis teams related to the product portfolio
  • Contribute to Regulatory priorities, budget, vision, quality and continuous improvement


  •  Bachelor's degree in scientific field required. Ph.D., Pharm.D or M.D. degree preferred.
  • 10-15 years of pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry experience, which shall include 10 years of Regulatory experience (regional or global) and worldwide experience of regulatory submissions and approvals.
  • Strong experience in the field of Oncology.
  • Proven track record of development success in developing and getting products to the market (e.g., NDA/BLA/MAA/JNDA submissions and approvals).
  • Track record of post-marketing activities experience.
  • Experience in other relevant functions will be considered.
  • Bilingual written and speaking English.

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