Senior Regulatory Affairs Officer - Spanish speaking

Job Category:
Pharmaceuticals / Biotechnology / Forensics / Medical Devices
Job Type:
Permanent
Region:
South East
Town:
South East England
Salary:
£30,000 to £40,000 per annum
Salary Description:
Circa £40,000 (depending on skills and experience)
Posted:
20/10/2017
Recruiter:
SCI Recruitment for Scientists
Job Ref:
19634

Senior Regulatory Affairs Officer - Spanish speaking 

Ref : 19634


Our SE based client are a pharmaceutical services company who supply medicinal products to hospitals, clinics and government organisations around the World, they are actively recruiting for a Spanish speaking Senior Regulatory Officer


Duties for this position will include :-


- Managing and implementing dossier validation and establishing subsequent registration and variations for specific countries

- Understanding a range of Regulatory requirements for different continents in the World

- Project managing cross functional teams (including legal, financial, 3rd parties / consultants) to ensure successful licencing and delivery of medicines

- Performing gap analysis of technical documentation, subsequently understanding steps necessary to support regulatory activities


This role will require the successful candidate to be fluent in spanish in order to translate and understand complex regulatory documentation 


Applications are invited from candidates with a BSC in Life Sciences (or related subject) together with previous skills and experience within Regulatory Affairs. He / she should also be fluent in spanish and have experience with CMC documentation.


This is a permanent position, offering a salary of circa £40,000 (depending on skills and experience) 


Role : Permanent 

Location : SE

Salary : Circa £40,000 (depending on skills and experience)


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