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Reg Affairs -Veterinary

Company: Umbilical Life
Reference: Reg-V-AB
Closing Date: 23 Mar 18
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Negotiable

Job Summary:

Avni Bhayani at Umbilical Life is recruiting a permanent experienced Regulatory Affairs Specialist for an expanding company in London. A leading veterinary and animal health medicines company. This position of Regulatory Affairs Specialist based within the Regulatory Affairs Department. The successful candidate will be reporting to the Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist.


Core Responsibilities

  • Experience of GMP and Quality systems
  • Responding to external queries from regulatory authorities and customers within strict deadlines.


  • Generation and compilation of data and product dossiers in accordance with European and other country specific regulations
  • Organisation of database and application of registration
  • Renewal and variation where appropriate
  • Preparation and maintenance of product labelling
  • Can work independently
  • Can use own initiative within a small team
  • Has experience of liaising with country-specific distributors and regulatory bodies
  • You will also be expected to mentor more junior colleagues. 


  • Experience 2 years Regulatory Affairs is essential
  • Involvement in contract development and manufacturing
  • Science Degree or Equivalent
  • 2 years’ experience of working in a pharmaceutical industry 
  • Ability to analyse scientific data

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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Premier House 9 Rutland Street Leicester
Tel:  011 6 461 0070
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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