Sr. Regulatory Affairs Specialist
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Provide U.S. Regulatory direction and support for brands from concept to launch. Act as liaison between company and domestic regulatory authorities (e.g. FDA, EPA, CPSC), and provide regulatory feedback on potential new products. Lead in the development of any regulatory training required for on-boarding activities for new employees. Analyze emerging technologies with R&D and support the consumer research group with study design in all brand areas.
Role Accountabilities and Responsibilities
- Represents regulatory affairs in project team meetings and provides regulatory guidance and perspective to team members in determining appropriate actions to meet scheduling timelines and/or in resolving technical issues.
- Support product development initiatives from conception, through development, evaluation, pre-launch, launch, and post-launch.
- Collect and analyze data in support of regulatory submissions to health agencies.
- Support various product studies and consumer/clinical studies to gain critical consumer insights for product development and/or to gather/evaluate data in submission activities.
- Support departments such as sales and marketing, customer service, logistics, legal, IP, pipeline teams with requested information/queries.
- Support state manufacture/distribution licenses activities.
- Assist in the development of departmental SOPs as required.
- Act as liaison between Regulatory Affairs and other departments within the Company in support of brands, concept to launch.
- Act as liaison with government agencies and trade associations on assigned projects in support of brands.
Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree in scientific discipline from an accredited institution.
- Prior experience in preparing and submitting Regulatory submissions (e.g. PMA, 510(k), ANDA, NDA etc.) and renewals.
- Ability to consistently deliver quality work in a high-pressure environment.
- Knowledge of submission processes and product life cycle management activities for various consumer product categories.
- Understanding of global product development practice, regulations and guidelines.
- Seasoned regulatory professional with 5-7 years’ experience in a regulatory affairs function with preferably, 3 to 5 years’ experience related to products similar to those of the Company.
Skills and Competencies
- Excellence in solving complex problems, project strategy, execution, and collaboration skills
- Comfort and skill to work in fast-paced environment, independently and without much assistance from management team
- Excellent communication skills for presenting to regulatory agencies and management team
- Well organized, articulate, self-starter, responsive and team player
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