Regulatory Affairs Specialist
- Job type Permanent
- Salary benefits
- Location Southampton, Hampshire
- Sector Quality Assurance
Regulatory Affairs Specialist (Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices)
Role and Company Overview:
I am partnering a rapidly growing organisation who excel in both Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices and operate across 15 countries globally to secure a hands on Regulatory Affairs Specialist.
Based near Southampton, you'll be joining a driven team, working on numerous exciting projects as the company continues to expand its diverse portfolios over the course of 2018 and beyond. You'll be driving the Regulatory preparations for Brexit, as well their new site additions and sourcing strategies.
As Regulatory Affairs Specialist, an awareness of manufacturing within a Pharmaceutical or Medical Device environment would be a bonus, but is by no means essential. You'll lead the regulatory discussions across the different functional teams and prepare submissions of license variations and renewals. Consequently, you'll be working to tight deadlines, so both long and short team planning will be key.
The company are willing to pay an exceptionally competitive salary for the right candidate, and the manager will be holding first stage interviews next week, so do get in touch if you'd like to apply or find out more
- Experience working within a Pharmaceutical company
- The ability to adapt to the changing environment of Regulatory Affairs
Start date: ASAP
If you would like to express interest, please get in touch with a copy of your latest CV, detailing your experience within the areas above and call in for Dan Abbott to discuss the application process
To find out more about Real please visit www.realstaffing.com
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