Shire CMC Regulatory Affairs Manager in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pursuant to Section 20 C.F.R. 656.10, you are hereby notified that an application for Alien Employment Certification has been filed by Shire Human Genetic Therapies Inc.for the following job opportunity:

JOB LOCATION: Cambridge, MA

POSITION : CMC Regulatory Affairs Manager

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Shire Human Genetic Therapies Inc. is seeking a CMC Regulatory Affairs Manager with the following duties: Design and execute global Chemistry Manufacturing Control (CMC) regulatory strategies for investigational and marketed products; oversee preparation and filing of CMC sections for regulatory submissions to meet corporate objectives; supervise direct report; represent Shire in interactions with health authorities for CMC issues; provide regulatory guidance to internal groups such as Quality Assurance, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Clinical Operations; collaborate with U.S., Canadian and international regulatory colleagues to guide preparation of regulatory documentation; apply expert knowledge to facilitate global market expansion; coordinate and write CMC sections of IMPDs, INDs, NDAs and MAAs; design and execute strategy for the required data necessary for INDs, IMPDs, CTAs as well as NDA, BLA, MAA and life cycle management of all globally for small molecule and biologic drug products; manage health authority CMC related meetings including developing briefing documentation, written responses and team preparation, and participate in health authority inspections/audits as the Regulatory Affairs CMC representative; develop and execute the content plan for International Core Files (ICFs) to meet legal and regulatory requirements for the countries.

REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology, Organic Chemistry, PharmD or related degree plus 3 years related experience. Required skills: coordinate and write CMC sections of IMPDs, INDs, NDAs and MAAs (3 yrs); design and execute strategy for the required data necessary for INDs, IMPDs, CTAs as well as NDA, BLA, MAA and life cycle management of all globally for small molecule and biologic drug products (3 years); manage health authority CMC related meetings including developing briefing documentation, written responses and team preparation, and participate in health authority inspections/audits as the Regulatory Affairs CMC representative (1.5 years); develop and execute the content plan for International Core Files (ICFs) to meet legal and regulatory requirements for the countries (3 years).

Full time. $120,000 - 130,000/year. Competitive compensation and benefits.

Qualified applicants can apply directly to the Shire careers page at: https://jobs.shire.com. Please reference job #R0022050. EOE

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