Principal Regulatory Writer

  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Salary: Competitive

At Kaizen we are working on an exciting new project with a growing and friendly integrated healthcare communications company. Due to their success, our client is looking to recruit talented Principal Regulatory Writers (office or remote-based). This is an opportunity to work for a truly unique organisation where your ideas are heard, and you will be valued for who you are as well as what you can do!

Job Overview

Principal Regulatory Writers will additionally lead the planning and delivery of regulatory submissions and support on other large regulatory projects across a range of therapeutic areas. They will have the opportunity to line manage teams and develop into leadership roles.

Key Requirements

Our client is looking for candidates with solid regulatory writing experience working with a wide range of document types across many different therapeutic areas. Having a robust scientific background in addition to excellent written and spoken English is essential for the role. Suitable candidates will be required to have a good understanding of clinical development and associated ICH guidelines, and to have written or co-written CTD modules, Briefing Books and Regulatory Response documents.

How our client can support you …

Our client prides itself on a culture where employees are at the heart of their business. As well as working hard to make a difference, it champions a healthy work-life balance and actively promotes employee wellbeing. In addition, our client firmly believes in career development and provides exceptional career development opportunities. You will be working with some amazing people who have a wealth of experience and routinely provide strong coaching and mentoring support.

If you are looking for a new opportunity to work for a business that focuses on best-in-class delivery for clients, invests in its employees, and believes in treating everyone as an individual, this is the organisation for you.

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