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If you’ve got a solid grounding in Regulatory Affairs gained in a UK or Ireland focused role and you’re interested in your next career move I’d love to talk with you about an opportunity I’m handling with a genuinely great company

I’m working with a UK headquartered global pharma / medical device company.  Well established and with a niche product portfolio they’re actively investing in their regulatory affairs function  The aim is develop regulatory as a function so that they are a more strategic, forward thinking and value added part of  the business.  They’re looking for people who want to grow with the business as they revitalise the regulatory team as a key partner in the business.

The company is catering to a patient population with unmet needs and has products that truly make a difference.  I can speak really highly of the business itself but it’s the people there that really make this such a fantastic opportunity.  There’s a really consistent culture there as they employ according to type.  They’re positive, high calibre, high energy and importantly genuinely decent, likable and fun.  There’s also a strong  focus on wellbeing and it’s an incredibly supportive culture.

The main purpose of this role is to prepare and submit right-first-time MAs and variations ensuring compliance is kept at the heart of all they do.

Typical responsibilities of the role include, but aren’t limited to

  • Compiling and submitting variations and renewals to relevant authorities (MHRA and HPRA) under the guidance of the head of regulatory.
  • Working closely with partners across a wide geographic area to ensure the same for their countries.
  • Working cross functionally with colleagues in other teams to ensure regulatory compliance is consistent throughout the supply chain (mainly but not limited to QA).
  • Proactively identifying problems and ensuring that they’re addressed effectively and efficiently.

I’m not looking for someone with many years experience for this role. I do have some key, non negotiable requirements though

  • You’ll have a solid background (expected to be circa 2- 3 years experience) in post marketing regulatory affairs.
  • You’ll have specific experience of having worked in UK / Ireland organisations.
  • You’ll have demonstrable competencies in working effectively with partners, suppliers and cross functionally with colleagues.

As important as your actual skills and experiences are it’s equally important that you’re a good fit for the organisation. 

You’ll have a high energy, proactive and positive personality.  Optimistic and ‘can-do’

You’ll have a good balance of collaboration and diplomacy and will recognise the best approach to working with people to achieve great results.

You’d be joining an existing team with a great manager. She’s a real people person with a commitment to her team and a desire to achieve great results while creating a pleasant environment that people enjoy.  There are specific opportunities for skill and career development as well as a strong, rounded remuneration package.

To learn more about this role, please apply or contact Lorna directly on lorna.plowright@bluepelican.com

How to apply

If this position is of interest please send us your CV here, or you can call Lorna Plowright direct on to discuss this and other vacancies that may suit.

Lorna Plowright

Email: lorna.plowright@bluepelican.com