Company: Skills Alliance
Location: South East
Reference: SKILLSALL REG ASS
Closing Date: 25 Jan 17
Salary (£): On Application
An exciting Regulatory Affairs Assistant opportunity for a junior regulatory professional to join a growing SME pharmaceutical company based in the South East of England....
An exciting Regulatory Affairs Assistant opportunity for a junior regulatory professional to join a growing SME pharmaceutical company based in the South East of England. If you are a young regulatory professional looking to expand your experience in the industry and looking to improve your skills and knowledge within regulatory affairs, then this is a great role for you.
You will be responsible for assisting the Senior Regulatory Affairs Officer in preparing and submitting variations, renewals and new filings of marketing authorisations for the company and supporting all matters including EU Pharmacovigilance. You will also be accountable for reviewing labelling, pack leaflets and summary of product characteristics for all company portfolios.
To be considered for this role you must have a minimum of 6-months regulatory experience in a health authority or in industry as well as hold a degree in a science related field. This position is initially a 12-month Fixed Term Contract.
If you think that you are well suited for this role and would like more details please contact Roberto Esposito, Associate Recruitment Consultant, Europe on 0044 207 220 6219 or click APPLY to send a copy of your CV.
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