Regulatory Associate, Report Publishing

Salary & Benefits
Competitive
Employment Type
Full Time, Permanent
Department
Global Regulatory Operations
Report to Position
Manager, Report Publishing
Location
EMEA Knowledge Centre, Hatfield, Hertfordshire
Business Area
Application Deadline
16 November 2018

Full Job Description

Your new role

As an Associate within Eisai’s Regulatory Report Publishing Team, you will be responsible for report and document Level publishing preparation for regulatory stakeholders in accordance with electronic requirements of regulatory bodies worldwide.

 

This role will also involve recording of metrics & running process improvement projects to improve report publishing processes within Eisai.

 

What are we looking for?

You will have demonstrated experience in a regulatory report publishing role gained within a Pharmaceutical industry including knowledge of publishing tools, document management systems & report publishing processes & requirements across regions (EU required & Japan beneficial) for different types (e.g. CSR, DSUR, PSUR, IMPD etc.).

 

What we offer in return

Eisai offers a competitive salary and excellent wider benefits package.

 

You will also be based from our excellent Knowledge Centre facility, which provides a great, collaborative working environment coupled with a campus feel including facilities such as restaurant, coffee shop and dry cleaning services.

 

What you need to do next

If you are interested in this position, please click the ‘click here to apply’ at the bottom or top of this advert. On submitting an application please include a copy of your CV for review. On applying, you will be asked for your current salary / package details, your notice period and your current location - applications without this information may not be considered.

 

If you have any questions, please contact us on recruitment@eisai.net.

 

We aim to respond to all successful applications as soon as possible. However please note unfortunately due to the volume of applications received we are unable to respond to unsuccessful applications.