Expiry Date: 27-11-2022
Categories Biotech, Regulatory Affairs
Job Type: Full Time
We recently placed the team leader in this well-known global Biotech & R&D Pharma Company, which has many firsts to their name, in terms of licensing first in class NMEs incl. nibs, mAbs and Cell & Gene therapies.
This role is one which will interest you if you want to work on a complex program, with a fast potential for an IMA, and where you will lead regulatory input into 1bs, 3a/b’s and take it into filing (rapidly) with follow-up studies. This role is not for the feint hearted, it is for someone who knows that BLA and MAA approvals is most expeditious pathway for growing your career!
The line manager we are hiring for, is very engaging, has the human touch, is a dedicated manager and previously as a Senior GRL led many well-known molecules to approval, the individual has a lot of experience to pass on to you!
The individual is now building up the team of GRLs, both in Switzerland and the USA, to lead NMEs in development and support new lifecycle.
Their pipeline is expanding, and this is without a doubt one of the main three companies in oncology, but in Haemo, they are marching forward. As part of this expansion, we are hiring for a Global Regulatory Leader who wants to lead the regulatory strategy and RA sub-team, in a company where GRLs are Directors, and Directors are rewarded and incentivised well.
To apply for this role, you will have direct US development experience, and have expertise in leading faster development pathways, and know your haemo or solid tumor inside out. You will be a positive person, who is proactive, enjoys working with people and is willing to go above and beyond!
You can reach me, Theo Moore, to make an application on my US direct dial 908 348 6714 or 587 216 9302 or alternatively, why not email your CV to me at Theo@Advtalent.com and my team and I will help you every step of the way.
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