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    • maidenhead, south east
    • temporary
    • randstad business support
    JOB TITLE:Regulatory Affairs Specialist DURATION: 12 Month contract LOCATION: Maidenhead (Can consider WFH flexibility) PAY: £40K-£45K (Dependent on experience)The ClientOn behalf of our client , who is a Global Healthcare provider , Randstad is recruiting for an individual who has a strong background in Regulatory Affairs, to sit in the role as 'Regulatory Affairs Specialist'. There are various divisions within our client- nutrition, diabetes, diagnostics- this sits within nutrition departmentThe Role Support regulatory strategy for registration and reimbursement of new products, taking into account business strategy and regulatory requirements.Ensure maintenance of in-line products.Monitor and implement new regulations to support business maintenance and growth. Support assessment of impact of upcoming regulations in the clients products to use for external engagement through Trade Associations.ResponsibilitiesProduct registration, and reimbursement, launch and maintenance. Support product registration and approval (assessment of formulas, advice on product category, handling tactics and submission timing, verification of label claims, setting mitigation plans, etc.) Negotiate with regulatory authorities during the review process to ensure registration and reimbursement approval. Effectively participate in project teams and ensure timely completion of tasks and clear communication of regulatory risks and opportunities. Ensure implementation of new regulations/guidance within legal deadlines. Approval of labels, datasheets, advertising and promo materials ensuring alignment with local regulations, Codes of Conduct, SOPs,etc. Provides technical and regulatory support to internal stakeholders. Assess and communicate impact of relevant regional regulations/standards in the local market. Administer /meet regulatory requirements to achieve excellent compliance status with no enforcement actions. Must assure that all deadlines are met. The CandidateIndividuals are able to work independently. Completed work is reviewed from a relatively long- term perspective for desired results. Individual is recognized as an industry expert and resource in regulatory affairs. Provides technical leadership to relevant departments. Desired to have a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in science (biology, chemistry, microbiology, medical technology, pharmacy, pharmacology, etc.) Regulatory preferred but may consider quality assurance, research and development/support, scientific affairs, operations, or related areas. Excellent written English and communication skills. Highly developed project management skills.Excellent problem solving skills. Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
    JOB TITLE:Regulatory Affairs Specialist DURATION: 12 Month contract LOCATION: Maidenhead (Can consider WFH flexibility) PAY: £40K-£45K (Dependent on experience)The ClientOn behalf of our client , who is a Global Healthcare provider , Randstad is recruiting for an individual who has a strong background in Regulatory Affairs, to sit in the role as 'Regulatory Affairs Specialist'. There are various divisions within our client- nutrition, diabetes, diagnostics- this sits within nutrition departmentThe Role Support regulatory strategy for registration and reimbursement of new products, taking into account business strategy and regulatory requirements.Ensure maintenance of in-line products.Monitor and implement new regulations to support business maintenance and growth. Support assessment of impact of upcoming regulations in the clients products to use for external engagement through Trade Associations.ResponsibilitiesProduct registration, and reimbursement, launch and maintenance. Support product registration and approval (assessment of formulas, advice on product category, handling tactics and submission timing, verification of label claims, setting mitigation plans, etc.) Negotiate with regulatory authorities during the review process to ensure registration and reimbursement approval. Effectively participate in project teams and ensure timely completion of tasks and clear communication of regulatory risks and opportunities. Ensure implementation of new regulations/guidance within legal deadlines. Approval of labels, datasheets, advertising and promo materials ensuring alignment with local regulations, Codes of Conduct, SOPs,etc. Provides technical and regulatory support to internal stakeholders. Assess and communicate impact of relevant regional regulations/standards in the local market. Administer /meet regulatory requirements to achieve excellent compliance status with no enforcement actions. Must assure that all deadlines are met. The CandidateIndividuals are able to work independently. Completed work is reviewed from a relatively long- term perspective for desired results. Individual is recognized as an industry expert and resource in regulatory affairs. Provides technical leadership to relevant departments. Desired to have a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in science (biology, chemistry, microbiology, medical technology, pharmacy, pharmacology, etc.) Regulatory preferred but may consider quality assurance, research and development/support, scientific affairs, operations, or related areas. Excellent written English and communication skills. Highly developed project management skills.Excellent problem solving skills. Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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