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The Global Regulatory Affairs Research and Development department (GRA R&D) is responsible for regulatory strategy and Health Authority liaison activities for development products. This role is responsible for setting the GRA strategy for assets in the oncology and immune-oncology franchise, ensuring ‘One Voice’ for GRA and global alignment for all development projects, managing GRA staff and resources.
- Responsible for regulatory strategy, submissions, and health authority liaison activities for the Company’s oncology and immune-oncology portfolio from the initiation of development through to commercialization.
- Manage GRA Development resources for the therapeutic area, ensuring project coverage and resource allocation
- Generate hiring plans to support the portfolio; create an environment that attracts, develops, and maintains high quality employees
- Ensure consistent roles, responsibilities, and clear accountability for oncology staff aligned with the GRA operating model
- Ensure adequate training and mentoring of employees
- Provide leadership to ensure sound regulatory strategies are in place to support development programs and to ensure functional alignment within the regulatory organization
- Lead, influence, and defend regulatory position with HAs and EMD Serono governance committees; act as a credible, influential, respected spokesperson during interactions with HAs and ensure proactive communication with agencies to expedient review and approval of submissions
- Ensure successful registration of development assets, exert influence through interactions with Health Authorities and contribute to shaping the regulatory environment for the portfolio
- Participate in leadership/governance committees, cross-functional and GRA initiatives; build partnership and optimize effective working relationships, shape or drive regulatory contribution and influence
Who you are:
- Advanced degree and at least 12 years of relevant regulatory experience
- Regulatory professional with at least 5 years of recent oncology or immune-oncology experience leading and managing global teams
- Experienced strategist with a record of successful FDA interactions supporting significant submissions, including original NDAs/BLAs, efficacy supplements
- A strong leader and experienced manager of staff and regulatory teams
- Skilled at attracting, developing, and maintaining talent
- Willingness to travel both domestically and internationally
What we offer: With us, there are always opportunities to break new ground. We empower you to fulfil your ambitions, and our diverse businesses offer various career moves to seek new horizons. We trust you with responsibility early on and support you to draw your own career map that is responsive to your aspirations and priorities in life. Join us and bring your curiosity to life!
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