Amgen Senior Regulatory Labelling Associate in Cambridge, United Kingdom
Senior Regulatory Labelling Associate
Amgen Regulatory Labelling team are looking for an enthusiastic team player who is detail-oriented and has excellent verbal and written communication skills. Your key role will be to support the EU Labelling managers in executing Labelling tasks.
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Our Regulatory Labelling Team:
Labelling Process Management in Europe (LPM-EU) support the European Regional Regulatory Leads, Local Regulatory Representatives, Operations and Artwork in implementing product labelling into the European market. We are a small, friendly team committed to providing timely, high quality and compliant product information.
Sr Regulatory Labelling Associate role overview:
The Sr Regulatory Labelling Associate will report to the European Labelling Senior Manager. In this role, you will support all commercial products from a regional (European Union and extended Europe) labelling perspective.
As a Senior Regulatory Labelling Associate, you will provide product support to corporate Global Labelling and Regulatory staff (both regional and local) in implementing and maintaining processes for drug product information and product component labelling. The role is varied and requires high attention to detail and the ability to work on multiple tasks in parallel.
EU centralised procedure submissions:
Initiate linguistic review with vendor
At CHMP opinion, provide linguistic review timetable to vendor, EURL and LRRs
Monitor Linguistic Review trackers
End of member state review deadline follow up with EMA for any missing comments
Finalise translations and submit to agency
EU artwork projects:
Finalise translations for artwork, initiate approval dating, PV and contact details in leaflet, source text provision in LEXA - Amgen's end to end labelling tracking tool.
Approve English master artwork (ensure alignment between approved source and text mapping) for cartons, labels, leaflets etc.
Triage requests for label change
Complete LEXA-IMR linkage
Initiate and complete detailed artwork project tasks
Link source text to Artwork Projects
Complete 'Approve Internally' action for Submission Packs
Initiate Artwork Projects in LEXA for launches as requested by ROLs
Complete post health authority approval tasks, initiate global labelling notifications (GLN) at procedure approval, distribute notification and complete 'GLN Sent Date'
Complete public domain tasks
Initiate translations using the translation management tool
Inform LRRs of translation timelines
Interactions with vendors and Local Regulatory Representatives (LRR):
Other responsibilities will include:
Support local regulatory by providing guidance in maintaining data in LEXA and documents in the document management system (EPIC), including clarification of processes
As requested, support the development and maintenance of business process documentation and guidance; SOPs, manuals, forms, and eManual
Support initiatives which involve labelling
Qualifications and required experience:
Previous experience within pharmaceutical industry within, Labelling, Regulatory, Quality Management / Quality Engineering is required
Proven experience using document management tools
Proven experience and skills needed :
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal, collaborative, problem solving and conflict resolution skills
Ability to work well with others in demanding situations with a positive attitude
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment while retaining a high attention to detail
Excellent organizational and project management skills
Strong computer skills, including word processing, database document repository and project management software
Location: Cambridge or Uxbridge
Remuneration: Competitive salary & comprehensive benefits package including bonus scheme
About our company:
Amgen is one of the world's largest independent biotechnology companies, with global revenue of $23 billion and nearly 20,000 employees globally. For more than 35 years, Amgen has pioneered biotechnology breakthroughs, to bring state-of-the-art medicines from laboratory to the patient. Amgen has not only discovered and developed innovative human therapeutics, but has invested in cutting edge manufacturing capability and support services to deliver these exciting therapies to medical teams around the world.