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Director, Regulatory Affairs

Regulatory Affairs

Reporting To: VP, Regulatory Affairs

Responsibilities

  • Assist VP with responsibilities relating to FDA and other regulatory agencies worldwide
  • Oversees quality audits with FDA, CPC customers and third party auditors
  • Co-ordinate regulatory filings with FDA and other regulatory agencies worldwide
  • Oversees Regulatory department to ensure compliance with government regulations, FDA and ICH guidance’s, drug listing program
  • Review regulatory applications and submissions such as ANDAs, amendments, supplements, Annual Reports, additional documents, as needed, in accordance with FDA guidelines and to review specific changes.
  • Ability to read and interpret regulatory guidelines as they apply to submission documents
  • Review product dossiers and various regulatory documents
  • Manage customers’ registration process
  • Support various departments’ compliance and regulatory issues as necessary
Experience must include knowledge of: • cGMPs related to US FDA and EU EMEA • Quality System requirements • ICH, USP, and EP requirements • Analytical principles and manufacturing processes • Product registration requirements via NDA/ANDA pathways • Validation study designs (e.g. method, cleaning, process) • ICH CTD format

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Legal, Compliance, Business or related
  • Ten years work experience in regulatory affairs or quality assurance
  • Strong ability to compile, manage, and interpret data
  • Knowledge of analytical principles and manufacturing processes
  • Ability to compile and evaluate data from various departments
  • Ability to communicate effectively, make presentations and write concise reports
  • Ability to manage changing priorities
  • Advance knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, graph/charts, and databases
  • Excellent technical/medical writing skills

CPC is offering a professional, stable work environment with excellent opportunity for career growth in a dynamic company, a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package, which includes medical, dental, life insurance, paid time-off, and 401(k) plan.

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