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Senior Manager Regulatory Labeling

Company: SciPro
Location: New York
Reference: ac1099
Closing Date: 22 Dec 16
Type: Contract
Salary (£): Negotiable

Job Summary:

My client is a leading Pharma/Biotech business with operations globally and with multiple US locations. They are currently looking to secure a Senior Manager Regulatory Labeling to join the organisation here in the US.


The role is wide ranging with a remit to support both pre and post approval labelling activities as well as supporting the compliance with internal SOP’s and external regulations including submissions to external regulatory agencies.

Key responsibilities will include:

Supporting the development, implementation and the maintenance of CCDS and global package inserts. This will include USPI and SmPC to support regulatory submissions.

Supporting the development of systems and processes.

Supporting the review of labelling sections of NDA annual reports

Tracking of CCDS updates

Maintaining up to date with knowledge of regulations, policies and laws of FDA, EMA and other applicable regulatory agencies.

Experience required:

Minimum Bachelors in related field

Minimum of 5 years regulatory experience

Minimum of 2 years regulatory labelling experience

For an opportunity to discuss this unique opportunity in more detail please contact Andrew Carr at or 646 810 3847

Apply for this job: Senior Manager Regulatory Labeling

Contact Information:

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4th Floor, 150 Leadenhall Street, London
Tel:  +44(0)203 327 3072
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