Associate Director - Regulatory Affairs - Remote
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This role is based at high Wycombe ideally however we will consider fully remote candidates but you must be based in the UK or Ireland.
This is a part time role, hours will vary between 24 - 32 hours per week.
Johnson & Johnson is the world's most comprehensive and broadly-based healthcare Company, touching the lives of nearly a billion people every day. Our Family of Companies throughout the world compete in consumer, pharmaceutical and medical devices & diagnostics markets and have the skills and resources to tackle the world's most pressing health issues.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Strategic and tactical input in development, post-approval and Life cycle management
Advise the Project Team and/or Regional Therapeutic Area Leader on applicable regulatory issues, project-specific regulatory issues, and issues related to regional regulatory climates
Drive understanding of central and national regulatory requirements
Develop and ensure effective implementation of regional (central and national) regulatory strategy and tactics in support of the global development and life-cycle management plan
Develop a deep understanding of the regional regulatory environment, competitor intelligence and therapeutic area
Provide input for developing and updating the Target EU SmPC based on an understanding of the implications of regional regulatory strategy for labeling
Ensure appropriate implementation of scientific advice / Regulatory Agency comments into development and life-cycle management plan
Liaison with Regulatory Agencies and Local Operating Companies
Establish and maintain strong relationships with Regulatory Agencies and effectively negotiate with Regulatory Agencies on product-specific labeling, study design, submissions content, and post-approval commitments
Act as primary contact with EMEA. Work through LOC and/or CRO for National Regulatory Agencies contacts, as appropriate
Ensure appropriate involvement and liaise with LOC regulatory affairs personnel to facilitate local Regulatory Agency meetings
Determine timing and strategy for Regulatory Agency meetings and scientific advice
Prepare team, manage, conduct and facilitate contacts/meetings with Regulatory Agencies. Define attendance in consultation with GRL and CDT. Issue minutes and contact reports and disseminate correspondence, faxes, contact reports from contacts with Regulatory Agencies
Ensure that issues raised by Regulatory Agencies are promptly and adequately addressed
Negotiate labeling with Regulatory Agencies, going through each of the back-up strategies if necessary
Input in document and process development
Advise team on required documents and processes to support Regulatory Agency contacts and submission
Plan and develop briefing documents for meetings with Regulatory Agencies, including determining content and review of documents
Provide input to and review submission documents to ensure that they are fit for purpose and support labeling statements as appropriate
Define, generate and submit appropriate data-driven (regional/local) responses to Regulatory Agency questions
Ensure necessary regulatory activities are planned and adequately tracked in company systems
Clinical Trial Applications (CTA)
Ensure protocols are developed in alignment with regional registration strategies to support registration, reimbursement and competitive labeling
Advise team on required documents and submission strategies in preparation of CTA
Ensure CTA submission packages are complete and available according to agreed timelines
Marketing Authorization Application (MAA)
Provide regulatory support throughout registration process
Provide regulatory support throughout life-cycle management
Manage submissions, define submission plans, and advise team on required documents and submission strategies in preparation of MAAs (in collaboration with LOCs as appropriate)
Ensure timely MAA availability, track critical path activities
Responsible for submission and acceptance of MAA
Ensure country-specific submission packages are made available to the LOCs
Resource Planning and Management
Determine resource requirements for assigned projects and anticipate needs for major filings
Provide line management, coaching and guidance to Regulatory Professionals as appropriate
Education and experience
University degree - medical or paramedical (pharmacy, biology, veterinary etc.), or equivalent by experience
Breadth of regulatory experience in drug development and commercialization (e.g. experience in multiple products, multiple phases of development, multiple therapeutic areas)
Experience with EU regulatory procedures (CP, MRP, national)
Experience in working in project teams and/or a matrix organisation
Negotiating and conflict handling skills
People management skills
Complex project management skills
Oral & written communication skills
Organization & multi-tasking skills
Excellent knowledge of English
Knowledge of the applicable therapeutic area
In depth knowledge of the regulatory environment, guidelines and practice of EMEA regions
You must be able to demonstrate experience in the following to be considered for this role, please ensure this is visible on your application/work history when applying, it will also be discussed in more detail with the recruiter in a screening call.
1. Strategic and tactical input in development, post-approval and Life cycle management (MAA experience)
2. Liaison with Regulatory Agencies and regional / cross-functional teams
3. Input in document review and revision
4. Clinical Trial Applications (CTA)
5. Complex project management skills
6. Negotiating and conflict handling skills
7. People/matrix management skills
In return for this role you will receive a very competitive hourly rate. A minimum 12 month contract & an opportunity to work with a Global Leader within the Pharmaceutical sector, Johnson & Johnson.
Things to remember before applying for this role:
This role is INSIDE IR35 (UK only)
We do not accept applications via email.
Thank you very much and we look forward to receiving your application.
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We know that the success of our business depends on having the best talent in a workforce that reflects the diverse markets we serve around the world and an inclusive culture that values different perspectives and life experiences.
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