Director* Global Regulatory Affairs CMC Authoring

Open for hire at one of the following locations –  Mainz Goldgrube, Cambridge Erie Street, Gaithersburg, London. - Job ID: 6013 


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Director* Global Regulatory Affairs CMC Authoring 


Your main responsibilities are:


  • Author global quality regulatory documentation for multiple medium-complexity project(s) in a timely manner and according to the relevant procedures
  • Define and establish platform approaches to preparation of quality regulatory documentation used in development, registration and post-approval stages
  • Support alignment of structure and contents of quality regulatory documentation across company platforms
  • Significantly contribute to development of regulatory CMC strategy for the assigned project(s)
  • Liaise with relevant stakeholders to facilitate preparation of quality regulatory documentation of the highest quality and strive to optimize/simplify the authoring processes and shorten the authoring times


What you have to offer:


  • Degree in biochemistry, biology, chemistry, pharmacy or equivalent
  • 9+ years of professional experience in global regulatory affairs CMC focusing on Biologics, Vaccines
  • Extensive experience in authoring of regulatory CMC documents for clinical trial applications (e.g., quality parts of INDs/IMPDs) and/or marketing authorisations (e.g., quality parts of variations, BLAs, MAAs)
  • Solid knowledge of product life cycle management and understanding of scientific principles and regulatory CMC requirements relevant to global drug development
  • Very good knowledge of the relevant laws and guidelines
  • Organisational talent, analytical and conceptual skills as well as excellent communication skills in English (written and spoken)


Benefits for you

BioNTech is committed to the wellbeing of our team members and offers a variety of benefits in support of our diverse employee base. We offer competitive remuneration packages which is determined by the specific role, location of employment and also the selected candidate’s qualifications and experience.

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Note: The availability, eligibility and design of the listed benefits may vary depending on the location. The final requirements for the individual use of our benefits are based on the company's internal policies and applicable law.


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This vacancy is to be hired at one of the following locations – Mainz Goldgrube, Cambridge Erie Street, Gaithersburg, LondonApply now for your preferred job and location through our careers site.

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