Sr. Feasibility Lead (CP11HM715)

Core Accountabilities:The role of the Regulatory Lead is to provide input and coordinate the input of others, e.g., country/local regulatory specialists into study start-up/regulatory strategy/feasibility for regions on a per-project basis, and also to direct and oversee the work of the country/local regulatory specialists on a per-project basis. The Regulatory Lead is a contact point for the client for matters related to study start-up/product approval requirements and must be able to communicate issues effectively to the client, clinical team and Project Leader. The Regulatory Lead is accountable for ensuring that all project regulatory activities follow the relevant Cmed and regulatory guidelines and procedures and that start­up/regulatory tracking systems are updated on time and correctly reflect the status of assigned projects/deliverables. The Regulatory Lead must be able to manage multiple start-up/regulatory projects globally.This role is to be homebased anywhere in the UK/EU.Principal Responsibilities:Regulatory Project ManagementUnderstands contractual obligations and the scope of work. Proactively recognises any changes in scope and ensures timely completion of change orders.Secures global regulatory resource as required per project. Communicates effectively with, sets expectations, directs, and oversees the work of these regulatory resources. Manages utilisation and productivity and proactively resolves any issues. Manages projects in adherence with Cmed SOPs, ICH-GCP, ISO, and other applicable guidelines and regulations. Communicates progress, challenges, risks, issues, actions and decisions in the manner and timings agreed in the applicable Operational Plan(s). Attends client and team meetings, including kick-off, as directed; develops and presents start-up/regulatory slide content.Regulatory AffairsDevelops and executes regulatory strategy per project. Contributes to regulatory operational plan and timeline development; proactively drives the achievement or betterment of the standards and timelines therein.Provides regulatory review and/or input into essential documents, including but not limited to: protocol, investigator’s brochure, and participant informed consent documents. Overall accountable for core application packet development and review/approval of country/site level submission packets. Coordinates regulatory/start up activities as required, including RA/EC query resolution, management of document translations, and quality review of site document packets. Maintains accurate metrics of planned and completed regulatory deliverables.Responsible for leading interactions with the concerned Regulatory Agencies, and where appropriate, concerned ethics committees, globally. Non-billable ActivitiesParticipates in business development including consulting, sales and marketing support, and proposal and budget development. Supports bid defense meetings as required.Engages with and leads initiatives to drive process improvement. Prepares and delivers departmental trainings, as required.AdditionalThe above job description in no way states or implies these duties are the only duties performed by this employee.  The incumbent is expected to perform other related duties necessary for the effective operation of the department and company.The Company reserves the right to change or alter any of the above duties and responsibilities according to the operational needs of the department and Company.Essential Work Experience, Qualifications and Knowledge:Background in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, life science or other relevant discipline with appropriate experienceMeets all proficiency requirements for Regulatory Lead and exceeds those for Regulatory Specialist/Associate levelsFluent in written and spoken English.  Additional language skills desirableComputer literate Desirable Work Experience, Qualifications and Knowledge:Thorough understanding of regulatory agency and ethics committee requirements in at least one region/marketUnderstanding of ICH, ISO, GCP, GMP and other relevant regulations and guidelines for the conduct of clinical trials and maintenance of marketing authorisations related to pharmaceuticals, biologics, advanced therapies, medical devices, and combination products

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ID:

648939

Date Posted:

Posted 3 weeks ago

Expiration Date:

25/08/2022

Location:

Ashington

Salary:

Competitive

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