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Regulatory Affairs Life Cycle Management - Associate Scientist


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Internships at P&G UK

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P&G is a leading global consumer goods company whose winning brands are built around the model of innovation. Whatever your passion is, we want to ignite your potential to become your very best self! We hold true to our purpose, values, and principles as we seek to make a difference in the world around us. You will engage in meaningful work that will touch the lives of others and have a real impact.

For our Personal Healthcare business, our Regulatory Affairs team is seeking a Regulatory Affairs Manager for Life Cycle Management to build Regulatory capability for Medicine in Europe, lead & project-manage expansion of existing dossiers to new markets, regulatory innovation based on current products, and day to day changes to our products keeping them on the market.

Regulatory Affairs encompasses a wide range of subjects, including not only disciplines traditionally associated with regulation, but communication with the goal of also ensuring the compliance of all in the market portfolio as well as the upcoming registrations. P&G Personal Healthcare business markets medicinal products, medical devices, food supplements, cosmetics and biocides in more than 100 countries worldwide interacting with various partners and service providers. 

In this role you will:

  • Build medicine capability within Regulatory Affairs Life Cycle Management and ensure medicine supplement-specific aspects are well reflected in projects, work processes, and in our systems
  • Coordinate Regulatory Life Cycle Management activities for a Medicine, across multiple countries within and outside Europe.
  • Coordinate with Local Regulatory Affairs for roll outs (expansions to new markets), variations, renewals and answering health authority requests.
  • Advise organization of potential regulatory risks in normal day to day activities and recommend compliant actions.
  • Provide strategic input into Regional Product labelling and approval to enable commercial activation of product launches.

What we are looking for:

  • Fresh graduate or professional with initial regulatory affairs experience (0-2 years), preferably in consumer health and preferably across multiple regulatory classification areas
  • Masters’ degree in Life-Science (food chemistry, food technology, pharmacy, medicine, nutrition, etc.)
  • Languages: Proficiency in English.
  • Geography: Ability to work permanently in country of residence (UK)

What we offer:

  • Meaningful and exciting work from Day 1 in international and multi-functional teams with a large portfolio of personal development opportunities and career perspectives
  • Dynamic and respectful work environment – employees are at the core, we value every individual and encourage initiatives, promoting agility and work-life balance.
  • Benefits - this includes pension, private healthcare, life insurance, a stock ownership scheme and other benefits. Regular salary revisions and possible promotions – all in line with your results, performance and potential.

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  • Deadline: Ongoing
  • Competitive salary + benefits
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  • Environmental Science
  • Pharmacology

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