Regulatory Affairs Specialist (m/w/d) | Stuttgart area | Pharma
Your ambition is to get to know regulatory affairs "out the box" and to exercise it holistically? Do you not only work strictly according to job description and feel well looked after in an agile environment? You have a proactive mindset and see great potential for your career in times of company growth and change?
If you are interested in experiencing this at a very well-positioned medium-sized and internationally operating pharmaceutical company, then you have come to the right place!
What will your activities as Regulatory Affairs Specialist involve?
Independent planning, preparation and implementation of regulatory activities for granted marketing authorizations worldwide
Definition of regulatory and pharmaceutical requirements for submissions in close
cooperation with local regulatory colleagues & consultants
Creation, maintenance and compilation of regulatory documents for registrations, renewals and notifications of changes
Publishing according to eCTD / eSubmission standards
Coordination and preparation of timely responses to questions from authorities
Maintenance and updating of regulatory data and databases in accordance with legal requirements and internal standards
Close cooperation and communication with other departments, consultants, CMOs and country offices, including pro-active advice on potential regulatory risks and recommendation of compliant measures
Monitoring, interpretation and implementation of regulatory developments and communication of relevant changes to internal stakeholders
Active participation with regard to important departmental goals such as strategy development, compliance activities, improvement of intra- & interdisciplinary cooperation, optimization of internal processes & standards
What does this position offer you?
Salary: basic salary + 13th salary
Contract type: unlimited
Vacation: 30 days / year
Working time: 40 hours / week
Accessibility: Very good transport connections by public transport; sufficient parking spaces available
Start date: At the next possible date
What requirements should you bring along?
Completed studies in pharmacy, (veterinary) medicine or comparable natural sciences
Master of Drug Regulatory Affairs is an advantage
3+ years of professional experience in regulatory affairs in the pharmaceutical industry
Extensive knowledge of technical & regulatory requirements of medicinal products and experience with registration & life cycle management activities
Experience in negotiation / communication with regulatory authorities
Experience in handling and maintaining Regulatory Information Management Systems & Databases
Extensive knowledge of project management
Reliability, team spirit, initiative, cross-departmental thinking and the ability to manage several projects simultaneously
Very good written and spoken English; knowledge of German and other languages is an advantage
Information about our customer:
Our client is an international pharmaceutical company with about 1000 employees in more than 30 countries. The company has been completely family-owned from the very beginning (founded in 1971) and develops and sells biofactor and generic products. The product range includes prescription drugs as well as OTC products and dietary supplements. As part of a large-scale growth initiative, the company plans to multiply its turnover in the coming years.
Does this position appeal to you? Then you should apply now! If you would like to receive further or alternative positions, I would also be pleased to receive your application!
I look forward to your application!