Manager, Regulatory Affairs (Submissions) (FT)

US-NJ-Jersey City
ID
2017-1065
# of Openings
1
Category
Regulatory Affairs

Overview

Entrepreneurial Spirit, Rooted in Tradition. At Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Development America, we can tout a storied reputation more than 300 years in the making. Our parent company, Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Corporation (MTPC), is a research-driven pharmaceutical company with global reach – and one of Japan’s oldest and most respected companies.

 

Relatively new to the U.S. market, the innovative compounds of the Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Group have already enjoyed commercial success under the brand labels of our U.S. partners. In this next phase of development, we plan to bring exciting new compounds to market under our own MT Pharma America label. We’re currently building a new commercial organization and expanding our other functions to support this strategy.

 

The Mgr, Regulatory Affairs (Submissions) contributes to the strategic planning and preparation of regulatory submissions and supports the formatting, organization, and structuring of major regulatory submissions for his/her assigned products and/or therapeutic area(s) in collaboration with other departmental representatives.

 

Reporting to the Manager of Regulatory Operations, the Mgr, RA (Submissions) is responsible for the scheduling, timelines, follow-up, and preparation of all IND/NDA Annual Reports, Amendments, Briefing Documents and other periodic submissions in support of regulatory filings to regulatory agencies. Working closely with intra-departmental and cross-functional teams, he/she serves as an internal project manager for the submissions process to ensure that submissions are prepared in a compliant, high-quality fashion and within assigned timelines. The incumbent also oversees the document acquisition process and storage/filing of draft and final documents.  

Responsibilities

§  Prepares (e.g.: compiles, organizes, assembles, and transcribes) applicable information and data for IND and/or NDA applications, Amendments, Supplements, Safety Reports, Annual Reports, Agency meeting/briefing documents and general correspondence for all assigned clinical development and/or marketed products for submission to regulatory agencies.

§  Provides guidance and support for organization, formatting, and structure of assigned regulatory submissions (IND, NDA) for assigned products and/or therapeutic area(s).

§  Manages the internal submissions process:

▬    Tracks and monitors all submissions in-progress

▬    Identifies/anticipates roadblocks and helps identify solutions to support the scheduling and timelines of major regulatory submissions.

▬    Acts as contact for collection of required documents from participating departments, and distribution of those documents for review and approval by Regulatory Affairs management.

▬    Provides regulatory support to other internal departments and multi-functional teams to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements for content and format of paper/electronic regulatory submissions and documentation.

▬    Ensures the accuracy and completeness of electronic and hard copy regulatory files.  

▬    Provides support during interactions with regulatory agencies reviewing submission content.  

▬    Coordinates and prepares SPL submissions as required.

§  Contributes to process improvement initiatives across the organization.

§  Assists with other regulatory activities and special projects as required.

Qualifications

  • Minimum BA/BS or equivalent work experience in life science or closely related field.

 

    • Minimum of five (5) years overall experience in the pharmaceutical industry.
  • Minimum of three (3) years direct experience with regulatory submissions.

 

    • Proven project management skills; ability to multi-task, meet deadlines as well as coach colleagues to meet deadlines
    • Working knowledge of computer software, including advanced MS Word features.
  • Experience with publishing tools and electronic document management systems as used within the pharmaceutical industry.
  • Strong problem solving skills. Ability to manage tasks with clear objectives/goals, measures, process, progress, and results with attention to detail.
  • Strong interpersonal, communication and influencing skills and ability to collaborate effectively with other groups in a matrix organization.

 

 

Our Value Proposition:

Enjoy the fast-moving, entrepreneurial spirit more typically found in a small biotech, complemented by the benefits of a global pharmaceutical/chemical conglomerate. At this time, Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Development America offers our employees unparalleled opportunities for career success coupled with a supportive level of employee benefits:

 

Medical/Dental | Life Insurance | Supplemental Life Insurance/Dependent Life Insurance | Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance | Business Travel Accident Insurance | Short-Term Disability | Long-Term Disability | Flexible Spending Accounts | Employee’s Savings Plan (401K Plan) | Competitive Paid Time Off

 

 

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