Summary of The Position:
The Regulatory Affairs Associate will support the Regulatory Affairs leaders in the execution and coordination of all tasks associated with the regulatory aspects of clinical projects undertaken by the Company, in accordance with the relevant trial protocol and other trial-related documentation, ICH GCP, SA GCP (if applicable to geographical area), local regulatory and IEC requirements, local legal requirements and relevant international guidelines in other African countries, the USA (FDA), Europe (EMA), including applicable procedural documents.
Planning and execution of regulatory matters pertaining to clinical trials.
Act as the primary contact with the regulatory authority in South Africa (SAHPRA), Ethics Committees and any other authorities with jurisdiction over clinical trial authorisations, including the Trial Registries, NHREC, Provincial Authorities, Biosafety Directorate, Atomic Energy Board, etc., as applicable to specific trials.
Similar functions apply to Regulatory Authorities in other countries, as applicable to specific trials.
Collecting and collating of all documentation required for regulatory applications to conduct clinical trials.
Providing training and support to staff on all regulatory matters.
Perform a documented review of the applicable websites of all relevant Health Authorities and Ethics Committees and other applicable websites for relevant revisions of requirements, including but not limited to guidelines and forms, safety information and other aspects, related to clinical trials
Review and preparation of documents for regulatory completeness, consistency, and accuracy, and interact with project team members to assure completeness, as necessary.
Understand the Scope of Work and deliverables for any assigned project.
Identify project needs, track timelines, and manage day-to-day workload in collaboration with the Regulatory Affairs Manager and/or Head of Regulatory Affairs.
Provide administrative support and assistance to the Safety Team, the Regulatory Affairs leaders in the performance of duties as the primary point of contact for Pharmacovigilance for sponsors.
Assist in ensuring serious adverse events and safety reports are submitted according to Company SOPs and sponsor specifications
Perform other tasks or assignments, as delegated by the Regulatory Affairs leaders
Follow Procedural Documents consistently; provide independent thought to assist in process improvements
Education: Bachelor’s or higher graduate degree in a science-related field, licensed or certified health care training or equivalent experience.
Preferred Job-related Experience: A minimum of three years of experience in a clinical research setting is preferred. Experience in the collection and collation of required documentation in support of regulatory and other applications would be a recommendation.
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