Drug Regulatory Affairs Manager vacancy for a globally operating company based in the pharmaceutical sector(Zug region)

Your experience/skills:

  • Education: Pharmacist or natural scientist preferably with medical background
  • Languages: German (fluent), English (intermediate to advanced) and French (desirable)
  • Regulatory Competencies: Organisation of new submissions and product maintenance in due time. Experience and know-how in Drug Regulatory Affairs and project management. Knowledge of Swiss regulations and guidelines. Know how on Quality Assurance and Pharmaceutical Technology.

Your tasks:

  • Preparation of the regulatory strategy for new submissions
  • Timely submission of new products to Swissmedic in agreement with the yearly target
  • Obtain a number of marketing authorizations in accordance with the yearly target
  • Drive product maintenance to ensure regulatory compliance.
  • Provide close regulatory support to the product launch work stream

Start: ASAP
Duration: 7MM+
Location: Zug region, Switzerland
Ref.Nr.: BH14921

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