Senior Global Program Regulatory Manager // no-554

Location
remote
Start
asap/01.10.24
End
01.03.2025
Workload
100 %
All-in / Hour
rate negotiable
Total Hours

Deadline:

Deadline
19.07.2024

 

Senior Global Program Regulatory Manager // no-554

Location
remote
Workload
100 %

Start

asap/01.10.24

End

01.03.2025

DEADLINE

Deadline
19.07.2024

  • remote
  • remoteasap/01.10.2401.03.2025100 % rate negotiableDeadline
    19.07.2024

For our customer located in Switzerland we are currently looking for a: Senior Global Program Regulatory Manager (m/f/d)

  • Location: CH-Basel / fully remote
  • Candidate must be in the GMT+1 zone.

  • Duration: asap/01.10.2024 – 01.03.2025

Overall Descriptions

The Sr GPRM works under limited supervision of the regulatory affairs (RA) program lead to develop and implement the global regulatory strategy for program(s) through development, registration and post approval in the assigned region(s).
The Sr GPRM may act as the RA program lead on programs of limited complexity.
The Sr GPRM is a member of the RA sub team and may lead or represent RA in regional or cross-functional teams.
The Sr GPRM may act as subject matter expert and/or assume mentoring role.

Tasks & Responsibilities

Regulatory Strategy

  • Provides input to global program regulatory strategy, including regulatory designations & innovative approaches
  • May provide global RA leadership for specific part of the program e.g. new indication, new formulation or act as RA program lead for program of limited complexity
  • Coordinates regulatory readiness with other line functions, Country Organizations & Regions
  • Represents RA or leads in regional RA or cross-functional activities
  • Provides strategic input to cross functional deliverables (e.g. protocols, IB, safety reports etc)
  • Contributes to the development and maintenance of the Core Data Sheet (CDS)
  • Determines requirements and coordinates activities for Health Authority (HA) interactions. May lead HAs meetings together with RA program lead.
  • May serve as local HA liaison (e.g., FDA or EMA).

Regulatory Submissions

  • Leads planning, preparation and submission of clinical trials.
  • Leads implementation of the defined global registration strategy into regional submissions worldwide by country organizations.
  • Coordinates, plans, and prepares for submission of initial registration and post-approval applications, including authoring of Module 1 documents
  • Contributes to preparation, review and maintenance of local product information in their assigned region
  • Leads regulatory activities during HA reviews including response to questions and HA interactions

Regulatory Excellence and Compliance

  • Ensures timely RA input and submission of regulatory compliance and maintenance reports (e.g. aggregate safety reports, annual reports, renewals, etc) across assigned regions
  • Maintains regulatory information in compliance databases and document management systems
  • May serve as RA subject matter expert
  • May assume mentoring role

Life cycle management

  • In LCM, the Sr GPRM may report to the LCM-(Sr)GPRD, and focus on one of the following subject matter expertise:
  • Maintenance: preparation of selected global regulatory submissions (eg Annual, aggregate safety reports, renewals, variations, etc.) for assigned portfolio
  • Portfolio Transformation: portfolio streamlining activities eg. pruning and de-registration, divestment/integration, RxGx, portfolio transformation and manufacturing production transfer as applicable
  • Business & Operational Excellence: Procurement of key components e.g. registration samples, certificates of pharmaceutical product CPPs, etc.in support to regional regulatory submissions

For LCM Sr GPRM acting as Team Leads: Management of several direct reports, including talent recruitment, performance management and development of associates

Must Haves

  • Education Bachelors degree preferred (Minimum/desirable)
  • Science based BS or MS. Advanced degree (e.g., MD, PhD, PharmD, regulatory) preferred
  • Advanced understanding of pharmaceutical development, clinical trials, analysis and interpretation of scientific data
  • Awareness of post-marketing/brand optimization strategies and commercial aspects.
  • ≥4 years involvement in regulatory and pharmaceutical development spanning activities in Phases I-IV in 1 or more major region.
  • Experience in leading cross-functional teams
  • Strong collaboration, communication influencing and problem solving skills.
  • Organizational awareness (e.g., interrelationship of departments, business priorities)
  • Compliance and Quality mindset
  • Languages: Fluency in English both written and spoken is requirement as a business language. Additional language is an asset.

Did we catch your interest? 

The SimplyVision-Team is looking forward to receive your application (Word file is highly appreciated).

Kindly be informed that our customer is located in Switzerland. Therefore only applications from candidates within the EU or candidates holding Swiss work permission are required.

Files must be less than 5 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf pdf doc docx.
If not - no problem - we'll organize one.
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  • remote
  • remoteasap/01.10.2401.03.2025100 % rate negotiableDeadline
    19.07.2024

For our customer located in Switzerland we are currently looking for a: Senior Global Program Regulatory Manager (m/f/d)

  • Location: CH-Basel / fully remote
  • Candidate must be in the GMT+1 zone.

  • Duration: asap/01.10.2024 – 01.03.2025

Overall Descriptions

The Sr GPRM works under limited supervision of the regulatory affairs (RA) program lead to develop and implement the global regulatory strategy for program(s) through development, registration and post approval in the assigned region(s).
The Sr GPRM may act as the RA program lead on programs of limited complexity.
The Sr GPRM is a member of the RA sub team and may lead or represent RA in regional or cross-functional teams.
The Sr GPRM may act as subject matter expert and/or assume mentoring role.

Tasks & Responsibilities

Regulatory Strategy

  • Provides input to global program regulatory strategy, including regulatory designations & innovative approaches
  • May provide global RA leadership for specific part of the program e.g. new indication, new formulation or act as RA program lead for program of limited complexity
  • Coordinates regulatory readiness with other line functions, Country Organizations & Regions
  • Represents RA or leads in regional RA or cross-functional activities
  • Provides strategic input to cross functional deliverables (e.g. protocols, IB, safety reports etc)
  • Contributes to the development and maintenance of the Core Data Sheet (CDS)
  • Determines requirements and coordinates activities for Health Authority (HA) interactions. May lead HAs meetings together with RA program lead.
  • May serve as local HA liaison (e.g., FDA or EMA).

Regulatory Submissions

  • Leads planning, preparation and submission of clinical trials.
  • Leads implementation of the defined global registration strategy into regional submissions worldwide by country organizations.
  • Coordinates, plans, and prepares for submission of initial registration and post-approval applications, including authoring of Module 1 documents
  • Contributes to preparation, review and maintenance of local product information in their assigned region
  • Leads regulatory activities during HA reviews including response to questions and HA interactions

Regulatory Excellence and Compliance

  • Ensures timely RA input and submission of regulatory compliance and maintenance reports (e.g. aggregate safety reports, annual reports, renewals, etc) across assigned regions
  • Maintains regulatory information in compliance databases and document management systems
  • May serve as RA subject matter expert
  • May assume mentoring role

Life cycle management

  • In LCM, the Sr GPRM may report to the LCM-(Sr)GPRD, and focus on one of the following subject matter expertise:
  • Maintenance: preparation of selected global regulatory submissions (eg Annual, aggregate safety reports, renewals, variations, etc.) for assigned portfolio
  • Portfolio Transformation: portfolio streamlining activities eg. pruning and de-registration, divestment/integration, RxGx, portfolio transformation and manufacturing production transfer as applicable
  • Business & Operational Excellence: Procurement of key components e.g. registration samples, certificates of pharmaceutical product CPPs, etc.in support to regional regulatory submissions

For LCM Sr GPRM acting as Team Leads: Management of several direct reports, including talent recruitment, performance management and development of associates

Must Haves

  • Education Bachelors degree preferred (Minimum/desirable)
  • Science based BS or MS. Advanced degree (e.g., MD, PhD, PharmD, regulatory) preferred
  • Advanced understanding of pharmaceutical development, clinical trials, analysis and interpretation of scientific data
  • Awareness of post-marketing/brand optimization strategies and commercial aspects.
  • ≥4 years involvement in regulatory and pharmaceutical development spanning activities in Phases I-IV in 1 or more major region.
  • Experience in leading cross-functional teams
  • Strong collaboration, communication influencing and problem solving skills.
  • Organizational awareness (e.g., interrelationship of departments, business priorities)
  • Compliance and Quality mindset
  • Languages: Fluency in English both written and spoken is requirement as a business language. Additional language is an asset.

Did we catch your interest? 

The SimplyVision-Team is looking forward to receive your application (Word file is highly appreciated).

Kindly be informed that our customer is located in Switzerland. Therefore only applications from candidates within the EU or candidates holding Swiss work permission are required.

Files must be less than 5 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf pdf doc docx.
If not - no problem - we'll organize one.
More optional Information about your way of finding us
You agree that your data will be used to process your request. Further information and revocation instructions can be found in the privacy policy.


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