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Regulatory Affairs Specialist

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Primary Location: Oeiras, Lisbon, Portugal Additonal Locations: Madrid, Spain,ESP; Reading, United Kingdom,GBR; Warsaw, Poland,POL Full time R1291002

Job description

Under general supervision, Prepares and/or reviews regulatory submissions documents to support clinical trial and marketing authorization activities for either internal and/or external clients. Provides regulatory support for assigned projects.

Essential Functions

• Acts as a Regulatory Team Member on small, straightforward regulatory projects and/or gets involved in a small single service project, under the guidance of senior staff;
• Identifies project needs, tracks project timelines, implements client requests and manages day-to-day workload in collaboration with senior staff, as appropriate;
• Experienced in Regulatory knowledge in Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls/ Lifecycle Maintenance/ Marketing Authorization Transfers/ Labeling/ Publishing as applicable;
• Prepares and/or reviews regulatory documentation in area of expertise, as appropriate;
• Actively participates in project teams with internal and external customers independently and communicates confidently in straightforward matters;
• Understands the Scope of Work, deliverables for any given project;
• May prepare slides and background material for small, straightforward business development meetings under senior guidance and presents in client  meetings by phone or in person;
• May prepare and deliver trainings, as appropriate;
• Performs other tasks or assignments, as delegated by Regulatory management;
• Responsible for making minor changes in systems and processes to solve problems where problems faced are not typically difficult or complex;


• Bachelor's Degree Degree in Lifescience or related discipline Req Or
• Master's Degree Degree in Lifescience or related discipline Req
• At least  2 years relevant experience
• Good understanding of the Research and Development process (Chemistry, Manufacturing & Controls, Preclinical and Clinical), laws and related guidelines, as appropriate;
• Good, solid interpersonal communication (oral and written) and organisation skills;
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, managers and clients;
• Strong software and computer skills, including Microsoft Office , publishing applications and tools, as applicable;
• Demonstrates self-motivation and enthusiasm;
• Ability to work on several projects, with direction from senior staff as appropriate;
• Ability to follow standard operating procedures consistently; provides independent thought to assist in process improvements;
• Ability to make decisions on discrete tasks under senior supervision;
• Requires advanced knowledge within a specific discipline typically gained through extensive work experience and/or education;
• Makes adjustments or recommended enhancements in systems and processes to solve problems or improve effectiveness of job area;
• Problems faced are general and may require understanding of broader set of issues, but typically are not complex;
•  Applicable certifications and licenses as required by country, state, and/or other regulatory bodies


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