GlaxoSmithKline is one of the leading global healthcare companies, driven by innovation and scientific developments. Our mission is to improve the quality of life, enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer.
We conduct research aimed at improving the quality of life in three basic areas : Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines and Consumer Healthcare.
In our activities, we strive to be a responsible partner, building trust-based relations with healthcare system participants, focusing on dialogue and transparent cooperation.
At GSK, we’re constantly developing new products and improving our established medicines to improve the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer.
Ensuring these products are correctly prescribed and used is essential, and that’s where our labelling team is key. The Labelling team supports our portfolio of medicines by ensuring that the information relating to the safety and efficacy of our products reaches patients and prescribers.
This is done through the creation and management of our Company Core Datasheet, which contains information for prescribers and patients.
GSK currently has opportunities in its Global Regulatory Affairs (GRA) - Labelling department, within research and development.
These roles are perfectly suited for enthusiastic regulatory professionals with experience or an interest in developing patient and prescriber information and who would like to pursue a career in a global pharmaceutical company.
Our Labelling team supports a product during development and throughout its lifecycle, and we are the coordinating authors of Company Core Datasheets, country and regional prescribing / patient information for GSK pharmaceutical products.
The Regulatory Specialist, Country Labelling is responsible for effective coordination, communication and maintenance of regional / country labelling documents and data in regulatory systems in accordance with defined standards and processes.
You will provide support to GRA Labelling colleagues, Regulatory Matrix Teams and Local operating companies to ensure timely update, management and communication of quality regional and local labelling / Product Information (PI) and supporting documentation required for local submissions .
In your new role as the Regulatory Specialist, Country Labelling you will be responsible for :
Authoring and compiling Regional / Country PI as per regulatory authority labelling requirements and GSK process and standards.
Authoring and compiling market-specific supporting documentation for labelling submissions in accordance with regulatory authority requirements and GSK process and standards.
Providing support to global and local GRA team members through preparation of other labelling documents as required
Complete quality and consistency checks of labelling document content.
Effective coordination and management of labelling documentation and data in regulatory systems.
Providing advice regarding regulatory authority labelling requirements and GSK labelling process and standards to GRA global / local roles and via Regulatory Matrix Teams.
Effective communication with GSK staff (including GRA, Global safety and medical, and Local Operating Companies) to author, compile and deliver quality labelling documents.
Supporting other regulatory functions and participating in other projects and activities as needed, such as leading the design and implementation of changes to labelling processes and evaluation of new agency labelling requirements.
Basic requirements :
Relevant experience (in pharmaceutical industry, life sciences research or regulatory).
Successfully performed within a regulated or quality-critical environment such as pharmaceutical industry research, pharmacy, safety or regulatory.
Attention to detail, significant experience of document and database management, excellent organization and time management skills to handle multiple tasks.
Excellent written and verbal English language communication skills and ability to present information to diverse colleagues in global locations in a clear and concise manner.
Ability to think flexibly in order to meet constantly shifting priorities and timelines.
Broad understanding of the pharmaceutical industry, drug development environment, and regulatory processes.
An understanding of labelling (e.g. through direct or indirect exposure to the management of labelling documents / submissions / data).
Experience in updating and managing Regional / Country Labeling documents.
Proficient with computer software applications
Familiar with medical terminology
Ability to negotiate solutions to moderate labeling issues and proactively identify improvements for labelling processes
Knowledge of labelling regulations / requirements in 1 or more regions.
Additional requirements :
Regulatory document management experience (particularly experience of working with and amending Product Information / Labelling Documents).
Experience and familiarity of working within regulatory systems and communication tools.
Some experience of managing local and global labelling documents and submissions.
Experience of communicating with regulatory agencies.
Experience of EU (including Linguistic review) and US label content and requirements.
Experience of XML Labelling.
We offer :
We offer the opportunity to gain experience in well-known company, to cooperate with international environment where you can have an access to cutting-edge technology and work in friendly atmosphere.
We provide an attractive remuneration package and benefits (e.g. private medical healthcare, life insurance, sports card, pension plan, flexible working hours, home office), as well as the prospects of a comprehensive professional development.
Access to newest technologies and solutions.
Possibilities of development within the role and company’s structure.
Corporate culture based on our values : patient focus, integrity, respect and transparency.
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