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A regulatory affairs officer is someone who works with pharmaceutical companies and those who produce medical products, to ensure that licensing, marketing and legal compliance is met, to ensure that products are safe and effective.

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Quality Auditor

Belfast, County Antrim 
  £35,000 - £35,000  
 Permanent

Quality/Regulatory Affairs

Longfield, Kent 
  £34,000 - £36,000  
 Permanent

Pharmaceutical Consultant -Aseptic...

Dublin, City of Dublin 
  £43,900 - £79,100  
 Permanent

Regulatory Affairs Manager

Watford, Hertfordshire 
  £60,000 - £70,000  
 Permanent

Global Regulatory Affairs Officer

Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire 
  £30,000 - £50,000  
 Permanent

Regulatory Specialist

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire 
  £45,000 - £50,000  
 Permanent

European Regulatory Affairs Manager...

West Sussex, West Sussex 
  £50,000 - £100,000  
 Permanent

European Regulatory Affairs Manager...

Crawley, Hampshire 
  £50,000 - £70,000  
 Permanent

URGENT: Qualified Person (QP)

Dublin, City of Dublin 
  £25,900 - £34,500  
 Permanent

Regulatory Affairs Professional | D...

Dublin, City of Dublin 
  £30 - £150  
 Permanent

Head of Regulatory Affairs | Edinbu...

Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh 
  £60,000 - £70,000  
 Permanent

Regulatory Manager | Huddersfield |...

Huddersfield, West Yorkshire 
  £55,000 - £70,000  
 Permanent

Head of Regulatory Affairs

Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh 
  £60,000 - £70,000  
 Permanent

Regulatory Manager

Huddersfield, West Yorkshire 
  £55,000 - £70,000  
 Permanent

Regulatory Affairs Professional

Dublin, City of Dublin 
  £30 - £150  
 Permanent

What’s Involved?

Regulatory jobs are ideal for those who are analytical, have scientific knowledge and are also business minded to make sure that new pharmaceutical and medical products meet with the most recent laws and legislation.

Some of the products include:

  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Complimentary medicines
  • Pesticides
  • Cosmetics
  • Veterinary medicine
  • Agrochemicals
  • Therapeutic devices

Responsibilities

The main responsibilities of a regulatory affairs officer, include:

  • Ensuring that products comply with regulations set by the MHRA
  • Keeping updated on legislation, laws and rules of each country that a product is being sent to
  • Collecting and analysing scientific data
  • Developing and giving details for new product licences as well as renewals
  • Dealing with licence variations and renewals
  • Writing clear product labels and understandable patient information leaflets
  • Advising manufacturers and scientists on regulatory issues
  • Negotiating with regulatory authorities regarding authorisation for marketing
  • Managing regulatory inspections

Whilst the job of a regulatory affairs officer is generally a 9-5 desk job, you might find that that overtime is required as deadlines loom. A high attention to detail is important for those who want to work in a regulatory job, as well as being a good negotiator.

Qualifications

A good honours degree is usually needed to be accepted into a regulatory job. If possible, it should be in a relevant subject, such as biochemistry, biology, biotechnology, chemical and physical sciences, life sciences, pharmacology, biomedical science, chemistry, or medicine.

You should be analytical and be good at grasping new concept, a good communicator, have a good understanding of science and legal matters, be used to working under pressure and with good negotiation skills, and be diplomatic and tactful.

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