Senior Manager/Associate Director, Global Regulatory Sciences - CMC Devices and Combination Products
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Functional Area Description
The GRS-CMC organization provides regulatory expertise related to CMC activities through all stages of product lifecycle. Members of the organization develop global regulatory CMC strategies and collaborate with key stakeholders to execute the strategies in alignment with business priorities. The team also performs regulatory assessments for manufacturing changes, provides guidance on regulatory expectations for combination products, medical, and digital devices, oversees the TSE/BSE program and provides compliance documents to support Health Authority submissions. The team also supports Medical Information to build/maintain database to address external questions regarding drug products.
Position Summary / Objective
The GRS-CMC Global Senior Manager/Associate Director will act as subject matter expert (SME) focused on Regulatory-CMC medical device, digital, software, and combination product guidelines and regulations, providing strategy and support to project teams. The position may include developing and coordinating relationships with Notified Bodies in Europe.
The Senior Manager/Associate Director will provide guidance to teams for the medical device/digital/combination product related content of regulatory submissions including clinical trial applications, new marketing applications, HA responses, background packages and/or post-approval submissions, and will review relevant Quality Module sections of submissions.
The Senior Manager/Associate Director will collaborate with stakeholders across functional areas to develop/enhance business processes with an overall goal of ensuring regulatory compliance and efficient processes. The position may also include participation on due diligence/in-licensing projects.
The CMC Senior Manager/Associate Director will serve as the primary interface between the broader Global Regulatory organization and Global Product Supply (GPS) with regard to device/combination product aspects.
In addition to information in the position summary, the GRS-CMC Senior Manager/Associate Director is responsible for the following:
Coordinate and/or develop and maintain relevant procedural documents, white papers and guidelines within GRS-CMC.
Support and communicate with project teams (e.g. CMC Team, Device/Combination Product Teams, GRS Team) with regard to technical issues that may affect regulatory submissions, strategy, or success.
Provide strategic CMC regulatory expertise for project teams.
Interpret global regulations and guidance and identify regulatory opportunities and risks.
Identify, communicate and propose resolution to routine/complex issues.
Provide technical teams insight into regulatory health authority expectations.
Identify potential risks and help technical teams to formulate mitigation strategies to ensure regulatory success.
Minimum BA/BS Degree
Senior Manager - 4-6+ years medical device, pharmaceutical or related experience (min BA/BS in Engineering, Pharmacy or related discipline). 4+ years CMC regulatory or related experience. Associate Director - 7-10+ years medical device, pharmaceutical or related experience (min BA/BS in Engineering, Pharmacy or related discipline). 6+ years CMC regulatory or related experience.
Medical device/software/digital and related combination product development experience preferred.
Knowledge of CMC regulatory requirements during development and post-approval phases, with emphasis on Medical device/software/digital devices
Demonstrated ability to develop/maintain strong working relationships, participate on and/or lead cross-functional teams, handle and prioritize multiple projects and work independently.
Ability to identify, communicate and resolve routine/complex issues.
Ability to interpret global regulations and guidance documents.
Key Competency Requirements
Strong oral and written skills
Proficient with electronic systems
Some travel required
The starting compensation for this job is a range from $143,874.00 - $169,263.00, plus incentive cash and stock opportunities (based on eligibility).
The starting pay rate takes into account characteristics of the job, such as required skills and the where the job is performed.
Final individual compensation will be decided based on demonstrated experience.
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