Senior Regulatory Publishing Specialist
- Experience Level
- Experienced (non-manager)
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The Senior Regulatory Publishing Specialist will be accountable for providing publishing and submission support in the development of global regulatory submissions.
What You Will Be Doing
- Participates in submission/project and provides publishing solutions.
- Directly communicates project specifics to internal and external clients.
- Organizes, compiles and publishes documents and submissions for regulatory deliverables.
- Acts as primary publisher of all worldwide regulatory submission types, e.g., electronic, paper according to SOPs and within established timeframes requiring no technical direction.
- Sets submission strategy for submissions complex solutions.
- Provides oversight to strategic planning and publishing timeframes required for a specific submission.
- Promotes submission publishing efficiencies by promoting re-use of documents, adopting global dossier principles and standardizing processes to enable simultaneous compilation and publication of submissions.
- Collaborates with other submission publishers to assure standard practices and quality submission outcomes
- Participates in multi-discipline work streams as publishing subject matter expert.
- Provides report- or document-level publishing as needed.
- Educates document authors on technical submission formats and lifecycle management and regional submission requirements.
- Acts as submission coordinator on project teams for functional or cross functional submissions of high complexity that do not have a leader assigned
- Performs quality control review of submission component documents to client and regulatory agency specifications.
- Proactively identifies and escalates publishing issues as necessary.
- Mentors less experienced team members.
- Leads discussions or work stream to develop process efficiencies.
- Actively participates in global publishing meetings to ensure publishing processes are consistent among regions.
- Performs quality control review of published and printed documents to client and regulatory agency specifications prior to client delivery.
- Proactively escalates publishing concerns, risks and issues that may delay/impact the submission and presents risk mitigation for publishing strategy.
- May obtain certificates and coordination of relevant legalization of documents.
What do you need to have?
Typical Minimum Education/Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in relevant field of study preferred or equivalent work experience
- Extensive background in global publishing, including eCTD, NeeS and paper submissions
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- In-depth knowledge of regulations governing pharmaceutical document submissions
- Excellent skills in use of electronic submission publishing tools and/or document management systems
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and time management skills
- Ability to work autonomously under limited direction