Regulatory Affairs Systems Manager – London
Are you currently working in regulatory affairs within the pharmaceutical industry? Have you implemented a regulatory affairs Electronic Document Management System? Want to be part of a growing pharmaceutical company? Yes then this is the role for you.
Your role as a Regulatory Affairs Systems Manager based in Central London will involve implementing a new Electronic Document Management System (EDMS) for the company.
Key duties include:
Creating project plans using MS Project for the implementation of the Electronic Document Management System.
Working directly with the 3rd party vendor on delivering the EDM System.
Maintaining project management documentation such as RAID, PID, plans etc.
Leading and accountable for the design of the regulatory documents architecture, approval workflows and access rights for the new EDMS.
Designing, developing and delivering the training program for the Regulatory department including the setting of system ownership and super user training.
This is a full time 12 months contract with a great salary of £35,000 – £40,000 per annum and benefits such as holidays, pension, bonus, healthcare and much more.
To apply for the role of Regulatory Affairs Systems Manager you will have the following:
A life science degree.
Significant Regulatory Affairs management experience within the Pharmaceutical Industry
Experience of managing/controlling an EDMS for regulatory functions.
How to Apply:
To apply for this one off opportunity, please send a word copy of your CV to me now by clicking on the Apply button or call me for a confidential chat.
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