Company: Planet Pharma Staffing Limited
Closing Date: 17 Dec 16
Salary (£): 30,000 - 40,000
My client is a global, full-service Clinical Research Organisation (CRO) specialists in a vast range of Therapeutic areas. They have released this position on a permanent basis and are looking to speak with candidates with a minimum of 2years in Regulatory Affairs.
Currently seeking a full-time, office-based Regulatory Submissions Coordinator to join their Clinical Operations team. This position will work on a team to accomplish tasks and projects that are instrumental to the company’s success. If you want an exciting career where you use your previous expertise and can develop and grow your career even further, then this is the opportunity for you.
•Prepare, review, and file clinical trial applications to domestic and international regulatory agencies;
•Ensure submissions comply with applicable regulations and guidance documents;
•Advise sponsors on changing regulations and compliance requirements; and
•Track submissions and ensure timely filing of documents.
•Bachelor's degree in life sciences;
•At least one year of work experience as a Regulatory Submissions Coordinator ;
•Excellent organization and communication skills;
•Knowledge of Microsoft® Office; and
•Hands-on experience preparing, reviewing, and submitting regulatory documentation;
Please call Sam Chapple at Planet Pharma for more information or if you have any questions.
DD: +44 203 868 8607
KEYWORDS: CRO, Pharmaceutical, clinical research, regulatory affairs, submissions, authorities, Oncology, Respiratory, Vaccines, Hameatology, CNS, Neurology, Diabetes, Infectious disease, London, Bucinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Middlesex, Surrey, Essex, Bedfordshire, Reading
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