Regulatory Affairs Project Lead (2 years contract)Req # JR - 035347 Location Warsaw, Mazovia Job Category Regulatory Affairs Date posted 02/23/2021
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Responsible for Regulatory documents planning and submission process for assigned projects/products in markets for acquired product/s to ensure complete transfer of products ownership to Baxter in countries in-scope including MAH transfer, labelling, promotional material updates and complete regulatory obligations related to production transfer.
Essential duties and responsibilities
Responsible for tracking, generating and maintaining the project status & information in major submissions as requested,
Regulatory Liasion between countries RA teams in ECEMEA (SEE, CE, ME, Afirca and Russia & CIS) and global regulatory project team and other parties including (but not limitted to) external suppliers, Seller regualtory point of contact (where required) , Manufacturers and authorities...etc. to ensure project execution on time,
Map most latest and valid country submission document requiremnents for countries in scope,
Keep track of emerging regulatory trends in ECEMEA markets with potential impact on Project time,
Perform regulatory gap analysis between country regualtory docuemnt requirements versus available docuements, indentify and falg in case of risk on timelines to stakeholders and propose solutions where needed,
Works with ECEMEA countries RA team, and Global RA to review and submit Responses to regulatory authorities’ questions and LODs within strict deadlines,
Understand the technology used to support all aspects of the submission and publishing process,
Work with project teams and country RA to coordinate all system training needed for the submissions,
Develop and execute role-based regulatory plans with countries RA aligned with agreed Project plan,
Manage the assembly, review and technical approval for regulatory dossiers and documents for assigned products.
Manage end to end project scheduled tasks and RA delieverable including submission in planning, coordinating and executing regulatory submission development, based upon thorough knowledge of applicable regulations,
Identify if there are any risk on RA Milestones due to interdepency to other functional tasks, flag and engage cross functional workstreams to prepare mitagation plan (where needed),
Manage and report submission updates within defined timelines against milestones and define risks which could affect submission timeline,
Management of submission content/format to ensure high quality submissions to Regulatory Authorities,
Represent ECEMEA markets, on assigned project, with cross-functional project teams,
Establish appropriate communication within RA and with other functions to ensure Regulatory activities meeting timeline of the project.
Establish and maintain positive relationships with cross-functional counterparts,
Ensure the use of appropriate document policies and standards to create “Regulatory Submission Ready” documents and maintain confedentiality (where needed),
Special high value project leadership and support as assigned.
Minimum of 4 years regulatory experience in international environment, including demonstrated experience in project management (i.e. product acquisition) and regulatory submissions (drug),
Clear understanding of EU file requirements regarding submission content and format is required,
Clear understanding of NeeS/CTD/eCTD requirements,
Technical understanding and project management skills,
Sound knowledge of regulatory environment and requirements in EU Emerging markets of EMEA (Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS),
Demonstrated interpersonal skills including strong negotiation skills,
Ability to multitask and manage multiple and changing priorities,
Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills,
Ability to manage complex projects and timelines in a matrix team environment,
Highly self-motivated individual and self-starter, independent worker,
Ability to work under pressure and adhere to deadlines,
Ability to work effectively in multinational/multicultural environment,
Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office required, including: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Outlook and Visio,
Experience in electronic document management/publishing systems is desired,
Fluent command of spoken and written English.
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