CMC Regulatory Specialist
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Our client is a professional Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical organization, based in Flandre Orientale Belgium.
The company is focussed on therapeutic treatments and is a market leader in this segment.
Single Point of Contact: interface between global Project Teams and local Team to manage on site all respective technical and / or life-cycle management activities assigned for specific projects
- Independent and timely compilation/preparation of state-of-the-art CMC regulatory documentation for global regulatory submissions and maintenance such as renewals, variations, dossier updates, compliance checks
- Prepare responses to health authority questions during development, registration, and product lifecycle
- Support the site in local and global change control procedure in order to meet cNTA and cGxP
- Participation in Health Authority GMP inspections and internal GMP audits
- Evaluation of regulatory requirements such as cNTA, cGxP, ICH and other guidelines, directives, regulations and pharmacopoeias on registered CMC documentation
- Regulatory support of Global Regulatory and local departments such as QA/QC/ Compliance, manufacturing/ MS&T, SC and finance departments
- University degree (WO) Master or PhD in Chemistry, Pharmacy, Biology, Biotechnology or a similar education, further education in Regulatory Affairs desirable.
- Excellent communication skills inn Dutch and English
- Minimum 5 years of professional experience in regulatory affairs in the pharmaceutical industry; leading interdisciplinary local and global teams within matrix organizations
Are you interested and do want to apply for this role, please fill out your application via the apply button below and contact Linn Andenes.