Have you got experience in European Regulatory Affairs? Would you like to work in the varied and fast-paced environment of generic new submissions, and take your career to the next level? If so, we're looking for someone like you...
Teva is recruiting a Regulatory Affairs Associate to work within the European Regulatory Affairs Team, based at our office in Harlow, Essex. You will work in a large team of regulatory affairs professionals, working in a key hub of Teva’s Regulatory Affairs organisation. Almost 200 people, across multiple functions, are based in Harlow, working collaboratively for Teva, one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the UK and among the top 15 pharmaceutical companies in the world.
The focus of the role will be to work with your line manager on the submission of new generic Marketing Authorisation Applications for a wide variety of products and dosage forms registered using the Decentralised, Mutual Recognition or Centralised Procedures.
You will work closely with your manager and Teva’s R&D sites or third party partners to support the preparation, compilation, review and submission of high quality regulatory dossiers and post marketing documentation in accordance with EU requirements. Regulatory officers take an active role in the project team. Due to the varied nature of the role, there will be the opportunity for exposure to a wide range of regulatory issues and procedures.
If you have knowledge of Regulatory Affairs and are looking to move your career to the next level in a fast paced and dynamic environment, then we’d love to hear from you.
Skills & Experience
To be considered for this role you should have a degree (or equivalent) in Pharmacy/Chemistry or a Life Sciences subject and ideally have knowledge of regulatory affairs and the pharmaceutical industry, particularly EU regulatory procedures and requirements. Excellent verbal and written skills are essential as communication will play a key part in this in this role. An understanding of the technical aspects of drug development and familiarity with the quality sections of the Registration dossier would be an advantage.