Junior Regulatory Affairs Officer
Are you interested in building your career in a growing global organisation? If so, we’d love to hear from you!
Our client is currently looking to recruit a Junior Regulatory Affairs Officer.
You will work with the regulatory and quality affairs functions to ensure their product range is compliant with local regulatory milestones.
This is an ideal role for anyone looking to embark on a career within the regulatory profession.
What will you do?
As a Junior Regulatory Affairs Officer, you will support the development, implementation, maintenance of registrations, reimbursement and activities across the France, Belgium and The Netherlands region.
Your responsibilities will consist in
Supporting registration and writing/compiling reimbursement dossiers in the three different countries: gathering, evaluating, organising, managing and collating information, write reimbursement dossiers, ensure compliance with regulations and demands of the different authorities, answering additional questions from the government, ..
Support of the daily operations: maintain familiarity with the product range, ensure compliance with quality system (procedures, training …), advise healthcare professionals on reimbursement/technical information
Who are we looking for?
We are looking for a keen and enthusiastic graduate who is looking to pursue their career within the regulatory field. You will have completed your degree (or equivalent) in a Science or Nutrition related discipline and have an understanding of scientific matters in order to evaluate data. Some regulatory experience would be an advantage, but if you can show your passion and enthusiasm towards nutritional science, experience is not essential.
We are also looking for the successful candidate to have a critical thinking mindset in order to evaluate information from different sources and make decisions based on your findings. Having strong data analysis skills is also key within the role. We expect you to go beyond just reading and understand information to make sense of it by highlighting your findings to the wider team.
It is important that you have great interpersonal skills as a big part of the role involves building relationships with colleagues across the global organisation, as well as our consumers and patients. Having strong team working skills is a must, however being able to work independently will also be equally as important. Our ideal candidate will also have excellent organisational skills, as well as having a strong eye for detail.
As the role will involve translating documents into different languages, you must be able to competently speak and write in Dutch, English and French. Finally, having excellent IT skills, particularly with Microsoft Word and Excel would help you succeed in the role.
Do you think your skills match what we are looking for? Then get applying!