Associate Director, Regulatory Affairs, ATMP’s/Cell Therapy/CAR-T, Clinical/Development & Strategy / Rare Diseases

Associate Director, Regulatory Affairs, ATMP’s/Cell Therapy/CAR-T, Clinical/Development & Strategy. Rare Diseases

Regulatory Development, New Drug Applications/MAA’s in European Markets, Based in Central London but with flexible working.

Clinical/Development, Strategy, CTA’s, PIP’s Orphan Drugs, Scientific Advice Meetings.

Superb and fast-growing organisation – a top employer with outstanding products and very desirable to have on your CV. An extremely competitive salary package is on offer for the right candidate. Central London with flexible working. ATMP working knowledge a strong preference, but strong Biologics may be acceptable.

Candidates from a Biotech or Biopharma background, in European Regulatory Affairs Development & Strategy and Project Management with ideally 7+ years solid experience, should be suitable for this position. General Biologic experience is required and Gene or Cell Therapy/Advanced Therapy experience highly desirable. Rare Diseases & Orphan Drugs.

Regulatory Strategy and ‘Hands-on,’ Project Managing across Europe. Are you a Senior Regulatory Project Manager or Top-end Manager with approximately 7+ years’ experience, adept in European Regulatory Strategy and ‘hands-on’ Regulatory Development activity? If so, this is the opportunity you have been waiting for.

This Associate Director Regulatory Affairs role is for a fast-growing and highly successful organisation dealing with ‘cutting-edge’ products; this role focuses primarily on Gene Therapy Products in early and late development. The position is focused on a variety of Regulatory Development activity, including Strategy and Development leading to New Product Registrations.

Project Lead, be Proactive & Advise on European & International Regulatory Affairs. Technically, you will have good working knowledge and experience of: Development and New Registrations: CTA’s, IND’s, VHP, IMPD’s, IB’s, Protocols, up-dates/amendments, End of Trial Notifications, and other Regulatory Development activity; Scientific Advice meetings, PIP’s & Orphan Drugs.

You will be adept in Regulatory Strategy & Tactics; Ideally, you will have experience of taking Products from Early & Late Phase, through to successful New Registration.

You will collaborate closely with all other key Global Regulatory Affairs stakeholders, in the USA and elsewhere to ensure that all aspects of the Regulatory Development Strategy are observed and implemented.

You may be required to interface with Commercial Teams and possess good commercial awareness and an excellent eye for detail.

If you are interested in this, or any other Regulatory Affairs roles, please contact Julian Turner, at Turner Regulatory Recruitment, on +44 203 695 9477/+44 1582 290 636; +44 7447 977 330, or, or apply by clicking Apply Now.

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