BerlinGlienicker Weg 125Berlin12489DE( 49 30) 67 07 0
EXPLOIT YOUR POTENTIAL AS
International Regulatory Affairs Manager (m/f/d)
with immediate effect
You are responsible for the acquisition and regulatory management of international marketing authorisations for pharmaceutical products. This involves conducting all necessary activities to maintain existing or acquire new authorisations, registrations and certifications in the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union.
To do so, you will evaluate the required regulatory activities and prepare the respective documents and submission schedules under consideration of local provisions and laws of the various countries.
Furthermore, you will negotiate the necessary steps for acquiring and maintaining product authorisations, registrations and certifications with licensors and Berlin-Chemie AG representatives abroad as well as with the relevant organisations and authorities. Your excellent organisational skills enable you to prepare all regulatory activities in compliance with valid GMP regulations and Best Practice guidelines and ensure that this information flows smoothly within the company.
Finally, you will continuously monitor and analyse all amendments to and updates of the relevant regulatory legislations, regulations and deadlines of the respective countries and act as the contact person for regulatory questions.
The offered position is limited for two years.
University degree in pharmacy, chemistry, human medicine or a comparable scientific qualification
Professional experience in the field of regulatory affairs in the pharmaceutical industry or at a relevant authority
Extensive regulatory knowledge in the area of pharmaceutical products in an international context
In depth knowledge and a thorough understanding of non-EU pharmaceutical legislation
Fluent English and Russian skills
Very good knowledge of MS Office
Willingness to engage in occasional international travel
Have we aroused your interest? Then we look forward to receiving your informative online application stating your earliest possible starting date and salary requirements.