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Regulatory affairs jobs at Teva

An eye for detail is crucial in a regulatory job, where you work at the heart of our product licencing process.

Our regulatory affairs jobs in Essex are located in our Harlow office.

As a member of our regulatory affairs team, you will be responsible for the preparation, compilation, review and submission of high quality regulatory documentation. These submissions are made to Health Authorities in support of new marketing authorisation applications and the maintenance of existing licences.

To fulfill the requirements of this role, you will combine your knowledge of regulatory, scientific, legal and commercial issues to ensure medicines, which are developed, manufactured or distributed by the company, comply with the required regulatory legislation.

You will combine your knowledge of regulatory, scientific, legal and commercial issues to ensure medicines comply with the required regulatory legislation.

For senior regulatory officer positions, ideal candidates will have at least 3 years' experience in regulatory affairs and a working knowledge of European procedures. Regulatory officers should have at least 1 years' experience in regulatory affairs or within the pharmaceutical industry.

As well as a good current knowledge of regulatory matters, candidates should have excellent communication skills, be able to work under pressure to tight timelines and to demonstrate resourcefulness. We’re looking for candidates who show an ability to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the technical and legal options open to Teva, someone who has a solid understanding of both legal and scientific matters, and the impact of those issues.

Attention to detail is a pre-requisite, an analytical mindset is important, too. The ability to tackle data in a wide range of scientific areas and to quickly grasp new concepts and complex technical information is vital.

The ideal candidate will have a life sciences or pharmacy related degree with some experience within regulatory affairs or Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls (CMC).

Candidates should also be capable of working within a multi-disciplinary team and have a good appreciation of commercial requirements.

As Teva is one of the UK's biggest pharmaceutical companies, with a large team of regulatory affairs professionals, you’d be working in a key hub of Teva’s regulatory function, and you’d be joining a company where you can truly develop your career.

Our regulatory affairs jobs are based in Harlow, Essex. With our office right by Harlow Town station, we've got great transport links into London and beyond, and there's parking on site which is a definite bonus. Plus we have got great facilities on site for our employees.