Amgen Senior Manager, Global Regulatory Affairs Biosimilars in Thousand Oaks, California
Title (Role): Regulatory Affairs Sr Mgr (Biosimilars)
Organization: Global CMC, Device, & Biosimilar Regulatory Affairs, and Business Operations
To support the regulatory, safety and product development needs of the Amgen Biosimilars Operating Unit through detailed development and implementation of global regulatory strategies, submissions, and plans.
Accountable for the development and execution of regulatory strategies, plans, and marketing applications for biosimilar products.
•Development and Implementation of regulatory strategies in support of global registrations for products within the biosimilars portfolio
•Coordination of activities and deliverables provided by other GRAAS and Amgen functions to support the development, approval, and long-term planning of biosimilar products
•Collaboration with Amgen partners to develop and execute regional regulatory activities
Regulatory Strategy and Execution
•Plan and manage development of high quality regulatory documents, including briefing documents, CTAs, MAs, and Responses to Questions for products within the biosimilars portfolio in compliance with approved filing plans, timelines, and regulatory requirements
•Provide regulatory direction on regional regulatory requirements to optimize product development timelines
•Ensure all filings are maintained per regulatory requirements and consistent with biosimilar strategy throughout product development and long-term planning
•Support development and execution of clinical/ non-clinical strategies
•Provide review, input, and regulatory advice into study concept documents, study protocols, informed consent forms, statistical analysis plans, clinical study reports and related regulatory documents used to support product development and registration
•Manage the development of global product labels and core data sheets to align commercial objectives with expected regulatory guidance and precedent
•Collaborate with partners and Amgen affiliates as required to ensure effective implementation of approved global regulatory strategies and plans
•With minimal supervision, participate in development of risk management and contingency planning
•Ensure and lead regulatory compliance for biosimilar products (eg, PMCs and other agency commitments)
•Participation in regulatory meetings with Health Authorities
•Monitor, assess and implement regional regulatory requirements, guidelines, and policies relating to biosimilar products
•Review and assess impact of regulatory decisions for competitive products
•Generate and communicate biosimilar intelligence
•Partner with regulatory team members to research and communicate relevant regulatory information regarding biosimilar products
•Contribute to appropriate, and participate in, partner and vendor oversight and management for regulatory and safety operations
•Identify process needs to meet internal challenges
•Escalate regulatory issues, progress, and metrics to the GRAAS Biosimilars function
•Represent Biosimilars Regulatory Affairs on committees, as necessary
Knowledge and Skills
•Comprehensive understanding of Regulatory and Safety functional activities and how they affect projects and processes
•Regulatory experience with product filings
•Team skills, especially in working with internal and external regulatory teams
•Strong familiarity with project management requirements
•Ability to understand and communicate scientific and clinical information
•Ability to anticipate and prevent potential issues
•Ability to communicate regulatory strategies and requirements to ensure expectations are understood
•Cultural awareness and sensitivity to achieve results across different regions
•Planning and organizing abilities
•Managing multiple activities
•Problem solving abilities
•Dealing with ambiguity
•Strong oral and written communication skills
•Negotiation, collaboration and leadership skills
•Excellent interpersonal, organizational, supervisory skills
•Ability to provide direction and support for team members
Education & Experience (Basic)
Doctorate degree and 2 years of directly related experience
Master’s degree and 6 years of directly related experience
Bachelor’s degree and 8 years of directly related experience
Associate’s degree and 10 years of directly related experience
High school diploma / GED and 12 years of directly related experience
Education & Experience (Preferred):
•Regulatory knowledge of global regulations
•Regulatory submissions experience
•Understanding of drug development
•Previous interaction with regulatory agency representatives
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