Director, Global Regulatory Affairs Boostrix and Pediarix
Site Name: Collegeville TSA, USA - Pennsylvania - King of Prussia, USA - Pennsylvania - Upper Providence, USA - Maryland - Rockville Posted Date: Sep 7 2021 Are you interested in a highly-visible Global Regulatory Affairs role driving the regulatory strategy for the vaccine at the cornerstone of GSK's pediatric offer and an exciting growth asset in the healthy ageing segment? If so this opportunity might be for you ! This role will provide YOU the opportunity to lead key activities to progress YOUR career, these responsibilities include some of the following: Provide input to/manage regulatory activities in order to obtain US licensure for commercial products as rapidly as possible, with the best possible label, and to maintain these authorizations. Determine from a strategic and scientific perspective the content of relevant sections (technical/non-clinical (NC), clinical/labelling and/or procedural) of project/product specific documents submitted to FDA (e.g. BLA, sBLA, Q&A, scientific consultations, PSPs, INDs, etc.) and ensure that these documents meet high scientific standards and regulatory requirements. Responsible for one or more specific (clinical/labelling, CMC/NC and/or procedural) section(s). Provide support in compiling/writing US relevant sections of briefing documents for internal governing bodies and other relevant internal documents (e.g. Global Regulatory Plan, Key Message Summary (KMS), etc.). Responsible for one or more US specific sections (clinical/labelling, CMC/NC and/or procedural). Provide US strategic regulatory input for all development stages of the project/product within a given product portfolio to key stakeholders (e.g., provide advertising and promotional expertise to US commercial team). Cover project-specific responsibilities within a given portfolio, and serve as line reviewer for US submissions to ensure adequacy and optimization where possible of US specific aspects Participate in project/product-related discussions and provide strategic, scientific and regulatory input, for FDA specific aspects of given project topline and in depth on clinical/labeling, CMC/NC, advertising and promotion and/or procedural aspects. Provide input into the asset specific regulatory strategy for US Serve as the point of contact for FDA for specific products and development programs. Ensure professional and collegial relationship, applying best practices for each program assigned. Provide input into the Global Regulatory Plan (GRP) for US specific aspects of (clinical/labeling, technical/NC and/or procedural) sections. Compile/write/review high quality project/product specific regulatory documents to be submitted to FDA (for clinical/labeling, CMC/NC and/or procedural) and ensure that those documents meet regulatory requirements. • Provide input to Vaccines Development Plans in order to optimize the US label and secure proper alignment of CMC/NC and/or clinical/labelling. Assure use of appropriate regulatory procedures to secure the optimum submission strategy and achievement of US commercial promotional goals. Facilitate and deliver the regulatory strategy to support the lifecycle of the asset; accountable for execution for US clinical/labelling, CMC/NC and/or procedural RA aspects. Stay current with changes in regulatory guidelines and rules, understand and communicate their impact on regulatory strategy for the particular asset(s); advise project teams on how best to address changes. Develop and motivate collaborators (within RA team and in multidisciplinary teams) to achieve quality output, accountability and recognition across the organization and towards the FDA. Ensure planning and proper organization of US activities in line with the overall project plan and RA milestones; Raising risks (such as gaps in resource) for resolution within global teams and to NARA leaders. General information: Primary scope: US Growth opportunity: depending on performance and interest : US and other regions People management: no Why you? Basic Qualifications: We are looking for professionals with these required skills to achieve our goals: Bachelor's degree in Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry or similarly applicable discipline Minimum 10 years of tangible experience in Regulatory Affairs i.e. Clinical Development, Regulatory at all stages of product development and CMC Proven experience in liaising with FDA Experience in Clinical Regulatory Affairs and CMC regulatory affairs for licensed biologic product or vaccine Experience in IND and BLA regulations and US regulations pertinent to product development and licensure Preferred Qualifications: If you have the following characteristics, it would be a plus: Ability to work in a matrix environment Leadership Strategic thinking Problem-solving Communicate Negotiate Proactive Flexible Team work Engage and network *LI-GSK Why GSK? Our values and expectations are at the heart of everything we do and form an important part of our culture. 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