Regulatory Officer

Medicines for Europe

Regulatory Officer

Medicines for Europe

Brussels, Belgium

Our client, Medicines for Europe seeks a Regulatory Officer.

Your role in Medicines for Europe

Medicines for Europe represents pharmaceutical companies supplying prescription medicines and aims to increase Europeans’ health through better access to quality medicines. You will work within the Regulatory and Scientific Affairs Team and be responsible for essential European regulatory and policy initiatives.

Offer

Competitive Salary + LV, 8€, Phone Subscription, Hospitalisation and Public Transport reimbursed at 100%.

The possibility to represent an innovative European industry and interact with diverse stakeholders.

The opportunity to take ownership and be part of a motivated and multicultural team.

Key Responsibilities

  • Monitor, analyse, advise on regulatory and policy areas related to (off-patent) medicines: telematic tools, digital regulatory infrastructure and systems, electronic Product Information (e-leaflet) and digital health strategy;
  • Research and monitor policy developments in support of the broader regulatory and scientific strategy of Medicines for Europe;
  • Coordinate the corresponding internal committee, working groups and task forces, including drafting of agendas, minutes, reports and briefing notes, as well as data collection;
  • Represent Medicines for Europe and advocate on its behalf to the European Commission, National Competent Authorities, EMA etc.;
  • Liaise and collaborate with European industry trade associations etc. on common policy issues;
  • Inform and support other Medicines for Europe Sector Groups, Committees and Working Groups on horizontal issues;
  • Provide feedback to the Executive and Board;
  • Support the organisation and programme development of diverse events on key advocacy topics;
  • Develop the response to external public consultations (e.g. draft guidelines), draft position papers, develop and conduct surveys amongst different working groups and keep members informed;
  • Contribute to the development of communication and educational materials.

Your Profile

  • Master’s Degree in a Scientific domain OR in Regulatory Affairs;
  • Fluency in English;
  • Knowledge of marketing authorisation regulatory processes and the supporting IT tools;
  • Effective communication (written and spoken) with diverse multicultural stakeholders, ability to simplify complex or technical matters;
  • Strong project management skills;
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office;
  • Proactive team player who takes ownership and has a “can-do” mentality.

If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to call Emma Waites on 02:738 02 63 OR 0475:61 49 67.

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