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Regulatory Submissions Manager

As Regulatory Submissions Manager at the Dublin site you will be responsible for coordinating the submission process for a range of innovative products in a company that is patient-focused and driven to improve the quality of life for those they treat.

The Role:

Are you a Regulatory Submissions Manager interested in working on the Regulatory Affairs team of a leading pharmaceutical company based in South Dublin? This global foundation is incredibly patient-focused and is passionate and enthusiastic about the work they do every day. Due to expansion, they are in need of a Regulatory Submissions Manager to join their dynamic team at their Dublin site to plan, manage and facilitate the delivery of submissions within their own product portfolio. This is a project management role and will not have any direct reports.

Day to Day:

As Regulatory Submissions Manager, you will:

  • Plan and prepare the regulatory submissions pipeline for life-cycle maintenance activities.
  • Author and review Module 1 documentation.
  • Coordinate the review of published outputs.
  • Coordinate responses to health authority questions and commitments.

Skills/Requirements:

  • BSc in a Life Science or Pharmacy.
  • 3 years of experience working within Regulatory Affairs.

Company Culture:

As Regulatory Submissions Manager based in South Dublin you will be a part of a global team and will work closely with colleagues around the world. You will join a friendly and welcoming team that have very much a family feel. You will be a part of a company that truly value their employees and offer continued professional development.

Not sure yet? No CV ready? Give me a call to find out more!

To find out more about Real please visit www.realstaffing.com

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