Global Program Regulatory Manager - Divestment

Vertragsart:
Vor Ort
Start:
01/2020
Dauer:
10 Months
Ort:
Basel
Eingestellt:
09.01.2020
Land:
flag_no Schweiz
Projekt-ID:
1871662


Global Program Regulatory Manager - Divestment vacancy for a globally operating Basel based pharmaceutical company.

Your experience/skills:
  • Regulatory Affairs and NTO Supply Chain experience
  • Good understanding of pharmaceutical technology and product life cycle management and drug development process.
  • Proven project Management experience
  • Experience leading cross-functional projects
  • Proven track record of early recognition of potential regulatory issues, distilling complex situations, sound risk assessment and overcoming hurdles.
  • High level of organizational awareness.


Your tasks:
  • Project/ regulatory manager
  • Interact cross-functionally (NTO, BD&L, Finance)
  • Collect regulatory data from the countries and support the evaluation and implementation of divestments/ portfolio changes.


Start:
Duration: 10MM+
Location: Basel, Switzerland
Ref.Nr.: BH15196

Does this spark your interest? Then take the next step by sending us your CV as a Word document and a contact telephone number on which you are reachable during working hours.

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