This Regulatory Labeling department, within Regulatory Affairs Function at Roche, leads and supports product teams on the overall development, optimization and implementation of regulatory labeling strategies and activities for the entire product life-cycle. The Regulatory Labeling department is responsible for developing and maintaining company Core Data Sheet (CDS) for medicinal products, and for guiding and supporting the implementation of CDS at country level. As a Global Labeling Strategist (Regulatory Labelling Manager), you will:
· Drive and optimize the strategy for the creation and maintenance of Core Data Sheet (CDS). Provide guidance and expertise to product teams on CDS supporting documents
· Author and maintain CDS, as well as manage the CDS processes in collaboration with regulatory product responsible and product team.
· Guide and support the implementation of CDS into the Local Product Labels and manage local label deviations.
· Lead or contribute to company response to Health Authority requests pertaining to product labeling.
· Lead or contribute to establishment or improvement of working processes and standards
Who we are
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Manufacturing, Manufacturing > Packaging & Labelling
· Who we are
Our UK Pharmaceutical head office is situated in Welwyn garden City, Hertfordshire, with beautiful country side surrounding the area. Supported by major motorways & airports as well as being a 30 minute train ride to London, access is easy. With over 1400 people occupying our site in Welwyn, you can expect opportunities in Early Development (pRED), Product Development (PD), Commercial (Rx) and of course our corporate function.
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