This organisation has been voted one of the best companies to work for in Belgium and are based in Brussels (with excellent transport links). If you wish to apply for this role send your CV to email@example.com or call Theo Moore or Matt Greig in the UK London office, on +44 (0)207 801 3380 or Andrew Barnes our Swiss office, on +41 41 710 5100
This is an outstanding opportunity to join a new RA team where you'll be responsible for driving the regulatory strategy in the EMEA and Emerging Market regions. Working in the field of Biologics on a portfolio level this role will offer you centralised project management without the stresses and strains of line management. With a rare disease focus this role also offers you a highly rewarding product portfolio.
Regulatory Affairs Emerging Markets Strategy Role Cambridge, UK; my client is a leading US Biopharmaceutical organisation with an outstanding reputation for bringing lifesaving medicines to market within areas of high unmet medical need.
They are looking to supplement their emerging markets regulatory strategy team with the addition of a talented Associate Manager; specific emerging markets focus would be CIS, MEWA and North Africa regions. ...
My client is a leading Pharmaceutical with a 12 month contract initially for a Senior Regulatory Affairs Consultant
Job Purpose • Responsible for the regulatory leadership and management of a portfolio and is the primary interface with the regulatory authorities. • Responsible for assigned non-product activities of significance to the department /company. These may be of a complex nature. ...
The Associate Director will be responsible for providing creative regulatory support to both internal project teams and external collaborators for the conduct of regulated activities, including the preparation, management and defence of regulatory dossiers; bringing existing products to market and the priority is to generate profitable revenues. A great level of knowledge encompassing all aspects of regulatory affairs and their protocols is essential for the role.
You are responsible for developing global technical regulatory strategies in support of all the development and marketed products within the portfolio. By working with technical product teams, the department is responsible for assuring that quality regulatory submissions are generated and comply with the highest Health Authorities standards world-wide. ...
Regulatory Affairs Lead \ Regulatory Affairs Project Manager - Study Site Start up
Do you want to work for a leading CRO and be home based?
Are you fed up of commuting and sitting in traffic?
Would you like to take the lead and be client facing?
Would you like a £55,000 per annum salary plus benefits?
So you have Clinical Regulatory background?
Based in the Geneva office you will have a direct headcount of 10 local Switzerland based RA professionals (at different levels) and a remote team of 10 matrix reports If you wish to apply for this role send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Theo Moore or Matt Greig in the London office on +44 (0)207 801 3380 - or Andrew Barnes in our Swiss office, on +41 41 710 5100
Director Regulatory Affairs - Post Approval - CMC Bias
Middlesex. Some flexibility for home working after probation period
The client: Has a 40% turnover outside the US and Europe has approved over six significant new product approvals in 2013 alone. Our client's innovative medicines, vaccines and consumer products enable millions of people to do more, feel better and live longer. They discover, make and market life-enhancing products on a global scale.
As the successful Regulatory Affairs Manager you will be joining our client who is a leading provider of pharmaceutical support services, partnering with life science companies to make medicinal products safer and more accessible for the consumer.
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