Regulatory Affairs Director - Small Biotech - Oncology

£50000 - £75000 per annum
Oct 07, 2020
Nov 06, 2020
Jonathan McNab
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Regulatory Affairs Directo r- Small Biotech - Oncology

A homebased position for a Regulatory Director is available at a company focusing on Oncology drug development. This is a global role, where you will be responsible for taking products through development (from preclinical, through early clinical development and beyond), while liaising with the EMA and FDA.

This is a role with flexibility on location, where you can be based anywhere in Europe with intermittent travel to the site (when permitted).

You should have experience ideally in a smaller company or broad role, within regulatory affairs related to R&D. Being responsible for regulatory strategy and taking products through development, this is an important role within a growing company, who have already partnered with large pharma companies.

If of interest, please click the apply button below. To view alternative positions or contact us directly, please visit the NonStop Consulting website for our contact details, and get in touch with Jonathan McNab on extension 3226.

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