Regulatory Affairs Executive - Cambridgeshire

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  • Competitive salary
  • Leading Regulatory Consultancy
  • Permanent opportunity

Are you a Regulatory professional within the pharmaceutical, clinical research or biotechnology sectors?  We are looking to identify a Regulatory Affairs Executive/Regulatory Affairs Associate with a number of years experience who is looking to develop their career with a leading organisation in the Cambridgeshire area.  This is a permanent role - Please contact Zest Scientific today to discuss the role in greater detail

The Regulatory Affairs Executive will provide regulatory consultancy services to a wide variety of internal and external customers, including preparation, review, submission and project management of regulatory applications. 

Please note:  this role requires an experienced regulatory professional, and as such, we cannot accept applications from candidates without the required experience. 

 The role:


  • Provide up to date regulatory advice to internal and external clients
  • Prepare, review, submit and project manage regulatory submissions in compliance with the applicable SOPs, regulatory guidelines and legislation
  • Attend client project meetings (face to face and via teleconference)
  • Participate in business development activities
  • Participate in/present at internal and external training courses and conferences


The person:


  • Experience in regulatory affairs across CMC/biotech, clinical or pharmaceutical with experience in UK, EU and US and possibly other regions
  • A sound technical and scientific understanding of one or more of manufacturing, non-clinical or clinical development of pharmaceutical/healthcare products
  • Project experience from early stage to post marketing support
  • Competent IT skills including the use of MS Office applications Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook
  • Degree or equivalent qualification in a Science subject


Company and culture


My client is a world renowned drug development organisation.  The role of Regulatory Affairs Executive is offered on a permanent basis with a competitive salary and benefits package.