Manager, CMC Regional Regulatory Lead (CMC RRL)

Job Description

About This Role

This role is responsible for regional regulatory expertise into the development and implementation of the global regulatory strategy, operations and planning for the CMC aspects of assigned projects/products. Responsibilities include preparation and compilation of submission/documentation for specific small molecule, oligonucleotide, biologics projects and/or devices, working with CMC Global Regulatory Lead and key stakeholders, primary contact for affiliates on regulatory CMC activities in the assigned regions and managing of routine and non-routine regional Health Authority interactions as delegated by the CMC global regulatory lead. The CMC RRL is primary contact for affiliates on regulatory CMC activities in the assigned region (i.e., United States, Canada, Latin and South America were located in United States).

  • Providing regional strategic and operational regulatory CMC expertise and support in cross-functional teams, as required, and working flexibly within and across regions to provide broad operational support to ensure the delivery of project/products and business objectives.
  • Preparation and delivery of CMC regulatory operational plans for products in the assigned regions and supporting the preparation and delivery of regulatory submissions.
  • Responsible for regional submission from defining and agreeing content with CMC global regulatory lead to leading reviews as required to ensure complete, concise and accurate submissions to Health Authorities in assigned regions.
  • Writing and / or Review of regional and global CMC submission documents and responses to Health Authority questions
  • Managing CMC aspects of routine and non-routine regional Health Authority interactions including issue resolution and negotiation of approvals, as delegated.
  • Monitoring changes in the regulatory CMC environment in assigned regions to support and advise CMC global lead and teams.
  • Providing input into regulatory CMC risks assessment and mitigation plans from a regional perspective for assigned regions and ensuring that it remains in line with the overall global regulatory CMC strategy.
  • Coordinating and completing regulatory assessments of CMC changes in the designated systems
  • Responsible for maintaining open lines of communication with the lead on assigned projects/products to ensure awareness on status and issues relating to regional submissions.
  • Responsible for assisting in delivery of project assignments supporting business needs e.g., representation of RegCMC on cross functional work streams
  • Responsible for assisting in delivery of RegCMC initiatives and the development of RegCMC standards and SOPs, as assigned.
  • Ensure that appropriate records are maintained in the designated system for submission in assigned regions

Who YouAre

You are a highly motivated and creative individual withproven abilities to work cross-functionally and across cultures. You have strong communication, regulatory CMC knowledge and interpersonal skills. You have an enthusiastic orientation to teamwork, workinclusively and collaboratively and have strong conflict resolution skills.


Required Qualification:
  • BS University degree in Life Sciences, Engineering, Biotechnology, or relevant Pharmaceutical Science.
  • 3+ years of experience in global Regulatory CMC.
  • Experience authoring and contribution to delivering CMC submission documents of development and marketed products (biological, oligonucleotide, and/or chemical entities).
  • Broad background of registration experience gained from working in the pharmaceutical industry or a regulatory authority in one of the ICH regions on development and post-approval products.
  • Experience of GMP requirements and standard systems (e.g. change management systems).
  • Experience with operating within a matrix organizational structure.

Preferred Qualifications:
  • Graduate degree
  • Experience in project and timeline management.

Leadership/Management Skills
  • Ability to work, with responsibility, within project teams or committees to attain group goals and key project milestones.
  • Demonstrated inclusive leadership and emotional intelligence, along with verbal and written remote working communication abilities.

Additional Information

Biogen’s US Alzheimer’s Franchise is looking to recruit proven and ambitious sales achievers with at least five years of experience in pharma, specialty, hospital, med device/capital equipment, and/or biotech sales.
In this field-based, specialty sales representative position you will be called upon to sell our products with key stakeholders in the Alzheimer’s Disease community: including Neurologists and allied health professionals.