Associate Director, Regulatory Affairs

Recruiter
Austin Fraser Limited
Location
London (Greater)
Salary
£80k pa
Posted
13 Nov 2017
Closes
16 Nov 2017
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Associate Director Regulatory Affairs

London

Competitive Salary + Benefits Package

The Company:

You will be working for a world leading consumer health company with an innovative product portfolio. Established for over 100 years and offices in over 8 countries this company has seen year on year growth and has some exciting plans ahead.

Within this company you will play a vital role alongside the already well established team, in providing strategic advice to a unique and profitable product portfolio that you will manage alongside your team.

Responsibilities:

* Deliver appropriate communication through the business to enable appropriate tactical and strategic decisions to enhance and develop the business
* Maintain a level of expertise which significantly contributes to growth in the business; within the portfolio they are accountable for (e.g. category, product type, territory, technical speciality).
* Drive the teams under your consultation to achieve standards of technical service, product quality, efficiency, training, documentation, quality and compliance
* Spend sufficient time at different sites relevant to your role, and be able to develop and maintain understanding of the processes and people

Requirements:

* Relevant Life Science Degree
* Minimum 7 years experience in regulatory affairs
* To be a specialist in either OTC or Pharmaceuticals

If you feel this is something of interest then please apply to this advert with your most up to date C.V, alternatively if you know someone who could be interested in this type of role and we end up placing that individual, we offer a discretionary referral fee.

Due to the nature of this role, I have been receiving a large volume of applications, if this is of interest then please get in touch asap

Please note: Candidates must be eligible to work in the U.K and have prior experience working in the pharmaceutical market.