Regulatory Affairs Associate- Work From Home
Regulatory Affairs Specialists assist in obtaining and maintaining government approval for drugs, medical devices, nutritional products, and related materials.
They are often employed by pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies. They may also work in government or law.
The duties and responsibilities of Regulatory Affairs Specialists have expanded in recent years as a result of company acquisitions and restructuring, worldwide globalization of markets, and constantly evolving regulations.
Typically, individuals in these positions work within an office of regulatory affairs where they work on document preparation, information management, file maintenance, and coordination of tasks across multiple departments.
Part of their strategic directive is to achieve a balance between regulatory concerns, technology, marketing objectives, compliance, time to market, and costs.
The office of regulatory affairs is a dynamic work environment where communication with employees at all levels within the organization is extremely important.