An excellent opportunity to join a global top ten pharmaceutical company within their regulatory affairs team. The company employs over 30,000 employees globally and are recruiting for a Regulatory Labelling Project Manager to work at their offices in Surrey, UK.
- The Labelling project manager is primarily responsible for preparation of local product documents (LPDs) and their associated Local Language documents (LLDs) for their assigned markets, updating the labelling documents on a timely basis according to internal SOPs and external regulatory requirements.
- This regulatory labelling role will act as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) on local, regional and multi-country regulatory labelling requirements and participate in the sharing of intelligence.
- Additionally this role will support the use and development of current and new tools, technologies and processes to support global label development, submission and approval in respective countries.
- This Regulatory Labelling Project Manager job will additionally provide project management support for global initiatives in line with assigned responsibilities, working in close collaboration with the project management team and liaising across regional hub teams as required.
- Project management support for global initiatives in line with assigned responsibilities and working to timeframes defined by the project team
- Interaction across regional HLM teams to assist in managing project activities on behalf of the organisation
- Interaction with other cross functional roles in the delivery and management of labelling text through the appropriate processes and systems
- Communicate, plan, prioritize and deliver labelling documents according to company targets and submission requirements; liaise with stakeholders using the most effective means of communication; presenting information in an optimal format and level of information for that audience.
- Development of subject matter expertise for assigned markets or products, and ongoing development of labelling expertise
- Utilisation of analytical skills to review and develop appropriate content for local labelling documents, based on core content, also recording the decisions made
- Working within a framework of internal SOPs and working practices, and external regulatory requirements
- Supporting the use of relevant tools and technologies within the course of the label development and translation process
- Utilisation of regulatory expertise to review, develop and deliver core/local labelling documents such as the LPD and Patient Leaflet to support submissions to the Regulatory Authorities across regions, requesting medical advice from others when appropriate.
- Ensure that decisions taken for labelling are accurately captured and communicated to appropriate stakeholders so that local and regional submission activities can be triggered in a timely fashion.
- Ensure all actions taken within role follow applicable SOPs and IGs so that high quality delivery of outputs and compliance is maintained.
- Ensure appropriate tracking of labelling projects via defined procedures and optimal use of systems.
Education and Experience:
- Knowledge of global/regional regulatory regulations and guidelines pertaining to labelling, and/or general regulatory background/experience, potentially gained in a country office environment, is preferred.
- Ability to understand, analyze and propose information into local labelling such as the LPD and Patient information and ability to logically review any impact on other sections of the same documentation
- Project management experience within a global context
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