Contract Associate Regulatory Publisher Job in Cambridgeshire UK

Shreeya Patel at CK Clinical is currently recruiting for an Associate Regulatory Publisher to join a globally successful biopharmaceutical company at their site in Cambridgeshire, UK. This Associate Regulatory Publisher role in a short-term contract position.

As Associate Regulatory Publisher, you will:

  • Facilitate product development and global registration through the efficient preparation, management and tracking of regulatory documentation and systems.
  • Format and publish regulatory documentation for submission, QC of regulatory dossiers, preparation and despatch of media for regulatory submissions and/or management of regulatory documentation and information.
  • Regulatory submission source document review, formatting and troubleshooting, including but not limited to, MS Office, Adobe Acrobat PDF and XML ensuring documents conform to style guide and internal/external regulations
  • Prepare submission ready components from source documents according to regional regulatory agency guidance
  • Compile and publish submission dossiers for internal review and submission
  • Document management of on-going submissions e.g. building dossier structure, sourcing documents
  • Quality control of submission ready components and submission dossiers
  • Prepare, dispatch and track electronic and paper media
  • Maintain submission information in Regulatory Registration Tracking system

How to apply:

Shreeya Patel - Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs Recruitment UK

Please contact Shreeya for more details.

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For more information regarding this Contract Associate Regulatory Publisher position, please contact Shreeya Patel at CK Clinical on +44 (0)1438 743 047 or email spatel@ckclinical.co.uk. Please quote reference CL24346 in all correspondence.

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