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The Associate Director, Global Regulatory Affairs CMC Regulatory Intelligence is responsible for helping the EMD Serono team to acquire, apply knowledge, and leverage skills to fulfill best patient expectations while keeping control of the US pharmaceutical Regulated Environment.
As Associate Director GRA CMC Regulatory Intelligence, you will be responsible for
Drive interactions aiming at improvements of global CMC regulations and regulatory knowledge adoption with a specific focus on US
- Coordinate and develop a consolidated company position.
- Lead specific Regulatory CMC Intelligence Committee/Community (e.g QRAC, ATO, Trade association reps, pharmacopoeia…)
- Enable commenting, interpretation, and risk analysis of CMC guidelines in collaboration with Regulatory Affairs' and other functions’ stakeholders
- Perform surveillance on global CMC related regulatory requirements
CMC regulatory intelligence activities with a focus on implementation of global Health Authority requirements with priority on US
- Develop knowledge management strategies to drive implementation of evolving regulatory requirements
- Build Regulatory CMC knowledge foundation in close collaboration with CMC related departments and functions, e.g. update of country requirement database, author guides, template
- Provide CMC regulatory advice and develop position papers to support the product development activities as well as CMC regulatory strategies
- Develop and deliver internal and external training on CMC regulatory topics
Develop Strategic interactions and collaborative partnerships with Heath Authorities and US Trade Associations
- Represent the company in industry associations (main trade associations), expert groups and public conferences, workshops, congresses
Who You Are:
- You have a MSc Degree in a Life Science or related discipline
- Minimum 7 years’ experience with strategic and business critical responsibilities related to US CMC regulatory and/or related to CMC regulatory Intelligence in industry.
- In-depth knowledge of global pharmaceutical legislation and CMC regulatory requirements
- Awareness of regulatory affairs contribution to Pharma business
- Experience in preparation, review and strategy of CMC regulatory documentation during clinical development and life-cycle management activities in at least two regions (e.g. Europe, International would be an asset)
- Practical experience in one of the following area for biotech molecules: manufacturing process development, transfers, validation or analytical development and quality management
- Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English
- Strong interpersonal skills of respect, integrity, and transparency with an open and flexible mindset
- Ability to think strategically and to collaborate across functions and departments
- Solution- oriented to find constructive solutions and unlock opportunities
- You have a PhD Degree in a Life Science or related discipline
- Minimum 10 years’ experience with strategic and business critical responsibilities related to US CMC regulatory and/or related to CMC regulatory Intelligence in industry including as assessor in governmental institution.
- Knowledge of other European languages is an asset such as German
- Ability to work in teams
- Organizational skills
- Networking skills
- Educational and presentation skills
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