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PW-6980 Senior Manager, Regulatory Affairs Project Management

Company: AXESS
Location: Oxfordshire
Reference: PW-6980
Closing Date: 03 Dec 17
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits: Comprehensive

Job Summary:

Key position for a project management professional who has supported/managed regulatory submission operations combined with experience of managing or leading cross-functional project teams in a drug development company.

Requirements:

BACKGROUND

  • International biopharmaceutical company
  • Experiencing consistent growth with exciting pipeline
  • Broad, varied role working with key stakeholders internationally
  • This role will have broad project management responsibility with a focus being on the management of global expansion of regulatory submissions for global MAA.

 

PRIMARY DUTIES

A member of the Project Management department responsible for assisting in management of cross-functional drug development teams in a matrix organisation. Working closely with the Senior Director and Director of Project Management to ensure successful completion of project goals on schedule and within budget.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Establishing and maintaining project plans and budgets
  • Assist in management of  cross-functional drug development project teams and sub-teams
  • Organising and leading project team meetings
  • Fostering communication and coordination between functional groups ensuring adequate resourcing to meet goals
  • Identifying risks and mitigations and providing updates on project status to project team leaders.

 

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Significant experience in project management (ideally within regulatory affairs or supporting regulatory affairs) including managing cross-functional project teams in a matrix organisation
  • Ideally some exposure to Emerging Markets
  • A comprehensive understanding of regulatory submission and dossier components/content
  • Thorough understanding of the drug development processes
  • Proven track record of success in Project Management with demonstrable, quantifiable outcomes/improvements
  • Experience creating and actively managing integrated timelines and budgets

Education

  • B.S. in a life science / pharmaceutical R&D/ engineering, or related technical field;  Advanced degree (MS / PhD / Pharm D / MBA) or PMP Project Management Professional is a plus

Before you apply for this position it is vital that you are in possession of an EU or UK passport or relevant visa to work without restrictions in the UK.

 

TO APPLY:

For a confidential discussion please telephone Rebecca Bray at AXESS Limited on 020 8560 2300. To apply, please send your CV to jobs@axess.co.uk quoting reference PW-6980

 

Keywords:

Project Management, project manager, Drug Development Project Manager, PM, Project Management Office, Senior project manager, prince 2, regulatory affairs, regulatory project manager, regulatory submission operations, regulatory project management

 

ABOUT AXESS:

AXESS has been operating since 1990

We are a recruitment business dedicated to the pharmaceutical industry, specialising in Medical Affairs, Regulatory Affairs & Clinical Development

We match professional candidates to the best permanent, contract and interim roles in the market

Visit us at www.axess.co.uk

 

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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Isabella House,
12 Union Court,
Richmond upon Thames,
Surrey
TW9 1AA
England
Tel:  +44 (0)20 8560 2300
Fax:  +44 (0)20 8560 2033
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