Johnson & Johnson
BE - Senior RA Program Lead
Based in the European HQ in Belgium, as Senior RA Program, you will lead, develop and implements regulatory strategies and processes to assure timely global commercialization of CSS products in compliance with applicable European regulations and international standards.
Your responsibilities and your Impact:
Provides strategic guidance to CSS related to regulatory requirements and develops recommendations pertinent to the Franchise in accordance with regulations and relevant guidelines
Serves as an EU regulatory SME for the portfolio under his/ her responsibility, supporting daily RA activities
Provides advice, counsel and expertise on RA issues, both proactively and reactively, to project teams
Partners closely with internal partners across Johnson & Johnson (including Legal Manufacturers, Importers, Distributors, Marketing, R&D, Regional Regulatory Affairs, Quality Clinical and Medical Affairs) to ensure that the stakeholders' voices are evaluated within strategies for product launches and product modifications
Develops and sustains relationships with RA affiliates as their primary point of contact, contributing to the development and execution of local registration strategy. This includes planning, prioritization and preparation of responses to regulatory agencies' questions and other correspondence for new registrations, product modifications and renewals
Liaises with the manufacturer to obtain all necessary documents and prepares international documentation to support product registration internationally
Facilitates discussions between EU based external manufacturers and CSS franchises to support projects in addition to obtaining regulatory documents to support global product registrations
Provides regulatory support for Supply Chain initiatives for CSS
Drive CSS input for enterprise regulatory projects
Develops solutions to a variety of problems of extreme complexity in which data analysis requires an evaluation of intangible variables
Writes, reviews and revises company SOPs as required, recommending adjustments to processes to improve efficiency or align with compliance requirements
Creates and approves Engineering Change Orders pertaining to the Senior RA Program Lead’s projects and duties (including but not limited to SOPs, EU labeling approval)
Reviews EMEA internal and external communications that reference products and/or disease state information in accordance with applicable regulations (Copy Review Process)
Primary Point of Contact for the distribution controls of medical devices in accordance their regulatory requirements and registration status & support associated processes and system development
Primary Point of Contact for customization activities in the European Distribution Center assuring compliance to global market requirements & support associated processes and system development
Supports announced and unannounced inspections by Competent Authorities and internal functions
Represents CSS in various internal and external forums for the Franchise
Responsible for communicating business related issues or opportunities to next management level
For those who supervise or manage a staff, responsible for ensuring that subordinates follow all Company guidelines related to Health, Safety and Environmental practices and that all resources needed to do so are available and in good condition, if applicable
Responsible for ensuring personal and Company compliance with all Federal, State, local and Company regulations, policies, and procedures
Is a critical partner for the CSS International Execution team in the EMEA region
Experience Required for Role
University degree in Science, Engineering, Technical or Biomedical field or Law (or equivalent degree with adequate experience)
6-8 years’ experience in Regulatory Affairs or other related discipline in the medical device or pharmaceutical industries
Good knowledge of medical device regulatory requirements in the EU
Ability to work effectively in a highly matrixed organization
Project Management Skills
Ability to proactively identify new ideas and solutions
Strong communication, influencing and presentation skills
A strong results-orientation and sense of urgency
Skilled in establishing partnerships with regional and Franchise colleagues
Excellent written and verbal communications skills in English (required)
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