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Senior Manager of Regulatory Affairs,CMC
Ref No.: 18-11513
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Position Type:Contract
Start Date / End Date: 10/02/2018 to 12/31/2018
Responsible for preparation of high quality regulatory submission content focusing on chemistry, manufacturing, and control (CMC) to support global clinical development, registration, and product life cycle management
Prepare regulatory submissions that involve CMC components including pipeline programs (IMPD/CTA/IND), Marketing Applications (NDA, MAA, JNDA) and Agency request for information, Briefing Books, Post- Approval changes or compliance updates.
Work cooperatively with colleagues in applicable expertise areas (Process Development, Analytical Development, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Validation, Quality Control and Quality Assurance) and external organizations (e.g., CMO) to ensure achievement of company's objectives relating to the preparation of CMC regulatory submissions and associated activities
Actively participate in RA CMC infrastructure and capability building. Assists in the development and implementations of departmental processes, procedures and policies

Minimum 5 years (with BS) of technical writing experience in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology/life science industry.
Detail oriented and articulate with ability to write in a precise, clear style.
Sound understanding of chemistry and basic knowledge of molecular biology. Experience in oligonucleotide is a plus.
Direct experience in preparation of original NDA/BLA, response to regulatory agency queries, and/or other complex submissions
Expertise in CMC with an understanding of phase-related expectations throughout the lifecycle of drug development.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to collaborate effectively with various technical area experts within the company and with alliance partners.
Excellent written and communication skills.
Drive and energy to work on multiple projects in a fast-paced environment, with flexibility and strength to navigate through high stress situations.
Demonstrated strong organizational skills including ability to prioritize tasks and adhere to agreed timelines.
Knowledge and understanding of US, EU, Canada, and ICH guidelines and understanding of international CMC requirements.
Highly computer literate (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
Facility and familiarity with constructing, compiling, reviewing and maintaining regulatory submissions in accordance with eCTD requirements.