If you bring solid RA experience, and you are looking for a job where you are the one to make things happen according to a very ambitious strategy, this job is your perfect match. As part of LEO Pharma’s goal of becoming the world’s preferred dermatology care partner we will further develop and bring our portfolio of well established and approved products to new markets around the globe – and you will be overall regulatory responsible for making this come true. You will do it surrounded by highly skilled and dedicated RA Professionals that is looking forward to share knowledge with you.
We have the products. The market is there on a global scale. Now the task is to bring our high quality products to new markets and at the same time ensure we utilise all development and optimisation opportunities in the portfolio. You will be the regulatory anchorperson in this exciting journey and as such responsible for regulatory strategies and deliverables across Life Cycle Management (LCM) activities. You will:
As Regulatory Lead you will initiate, project manage and evaluate – not handle hands-on regulatory work yourself. That part is handled by our three regulatory teams meaning you will have a close and constructive collaboration with especially the Project Managers of the teams.
You have a natural science degree and minimum 10 years’ experience within Regulatory Affairs. As such, you bring comprehensive knowledge of related theories and principles as well as solid hands-on experience within regulatory submissions. Your project management experience has taught you how to lead, motivate and develop team members, and you have the open-minded approach it takes to build relations and create results across cultural and professional borders.
You will need all of your drive for results including your optimistic can-do approach that enables you to make people believe in your ideas and support your agenda. As part of this, you meet people with curiosity and a genuine interest in understanding their goals, agendas and prioritisations. Additionally, you have the communication skills to bridge different areas of expertise including the ability to bring in new ideas when it makes sense.
You will be part of Global Regulatory Affairs Projects based at the LEO Pharma headquarters in Ballerup, Greater Copenhagen. Our environment is characterised by a true passion for bringing products to patients, and we are highly motivated by being the ones that can show the way through the complex regulatory landscape. We work in an international setting comprising people from all over the world, and we like to share ideas with respect for personal, cultural and professional differences.
We look forward to receiving your application.