Global Regulatory Lead
Cambridge, Massachusetts, Bridgewater, New Jersey
The Global Regulatory Lead is part of the Global Regulatory Affairs (GRA) team within the General Medicines and Emerging Markets (GEM) Global Business Unit (GBU). He/she is responsible for acting as the global regulatory lead responsible for new development opportunities and executing the maintenance activities for their assigned products within the GEM portfolio. Additionally, he/she will act as the global regulatory lead responsible for developing/facilitating product regulatory strategies and presenting to the appropriate governances as applicable.
Major Activities/Key Responsibilities
- Lead a portfolio of marketed and/or R&D products for assigned Therapeutic Area (TA) by actively contributing to the development and implementation of regulatory strategies and timelines
- Lead and/or represent GRA on Global Regulatory Teams and/or GBU /R&D project teams
- Interact with a cross-functional team in the collection, review and assembling of the scientific, clinical, manufacturing and administrative section documents for global submissions to regulatory authorities
- Ensure the appropriate peer review of key regulatory documents and submissions across programs in the portfolio
- Represent the assigned product and/or TA towards Senior GRA Management and other governance bodies (i.e., Safety Management Team (SMT), Medical Regulatory Pharmacovigilance Transverse Committee (MRP TC), Benefit Risk Advisory Committee (BRAC), etc.)
- Proactively identifies and communicates to higher management all potential risks and options for issue resolution (e.g. maintenance issues, submissions, etc.)
- Ensure compliance with all internal and external requirements and procedures
Ideal Background :
- Bachelor's degree and at least 5 years in Regulatory Affairs or relevant industry experience
- Master’s, PharmD, PhD degree and 3 years in Regulatory Affairs or relevant industry experience
- Education area of study in a scientific discipline/MS or Doctoral degree/Pharm D a plus.
- Demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple projects
- Strong multicultural awareness is a must
- Excellent communication and organizational skills as well as attention to detail
- Ability to work in a matrix team environment with strong interpersonal skills (collaborative, tactful and diplomatic)
- Motivated, self-starter, and ability to work independently with minimal supervision
- Sense of urgency and perseverance to achieve results and deadlines
- Knowledge/experience with Manufacturing, QA/QC and/or clinical development experience also a plus
- Proficient in MS: Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Project
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