Role filled in December 2012 - Pharma Regulatory Affairs Officer - Compliance & Regulatory Affairs Jobs

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Regulatory Affairs Officer

Role:Regulatory Affairs Officer
Location: Hampshire


Gain marketing authorisations for new pharmaceutical products in the UK
Maintain marketing authorisations as required.
Liaise with European Regulatory Affairs and Corporate groups on regulatory issues.
Liaise with external regulatory authorities as required.

Draft of packaging texts, SmPCs, PILs and Prescribing Information. Review of promotional material in accordance with The Prescription Medicines Code of Practice Authority (PMCPA)/ABPI Code
Liaise and attend meetings with other company functions to provide regulatory advice for new products.
Maintain awareness of current and new legislation/guidance and ensure that work is in compliance with the statutory requirements.


Any other reasonable duties as required by the business.

To comply with the company’s policies and procedures to meet statutory, quality and business requirements within the overall strategy and objectives of Abbott Healthcare Products Limited.

Responsible for presentation and accuracy of all prepared documentation.

A moderate level of supervision is required for the Senior Officer role. The position demands that the person is able to recognise the potential impact of emerging issues and highlight these to their line manager.

Accountable to Regulatory Affairs Manager.

Job Package

Competitive basic salary and benefits package

Person Profile

• Extensive experience of working in a regulatory environment
• Good communication skills, both verbal and written
• The ability to thrive in a changing environment and to re-prioritise workload to meet business needs.
• Good project management skills
• Life Sciences Degree or equivalent experience

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