Submissions Delivery Specialist / Junior Specialist
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Global Regulatory Platform and Delivery (GRPD) in GlaxoSmithKline is a regulatory affairs function which brings together the operation and execution aspects for key regulatory deliverables such as new chemical entity and product expansion dossiers, labelling outputs, license maintenance and lifecycle management dossiers and regulatory information management. GRPD provides regulatory support across the product lifecycle for pharmaceutical products (clinical development to market maturity).
Submissions Delivery Specialist / Junior Submissions Delivery Specialist will be responsible for producing submissions delivered to Regulatory Authorities worldwide in support of the entire product lifecycle, ensuring that all submissions are produced as specified by GSK delivery teams (time and content) and are compliant with appropriate Regulator's electronic submission standards.
• Assemble, link and publish submission packages that meet Regulatory Authority technical standards and GSK requirements and schedules
• Advising and assisting authors with the preparation of submission content and use of GSK document management systems and procedures
• Check compliance of others' work with requirements and standards
• Maintaining knowledge of relevant Regulatory Authority rules and GSK standards associated with submission format
• Lead the creation and implementation of publishing working practices and procedures aimed at simplifying processes and increasing quality
• Interpreting and correcting technical validation errors, identifying and resolving issues with source documents, working with authors and requestors as necessary to rectify any problems that prevent completion of the publishing job
• Regular interactions with publishing staff globally
• University Student or Graduate (preferable in scientific field or English philology)
• Computer knowledge (e.g. MS Office, Adobe Reader, SharePoint, etc.) and preferably experience with the use of complex IT tools in a large organization
• Fluent Polish and English (both written and spoken)
• Paying attention to detail and ability to follow detailed procedures consistently
• Ability to work carefully under time constraints
• Excellent interpersonal, communication, customer service skills
• Demonstrate a versatile, flexible approach by adapting to challenging and changing demands
• Ability to function as a team player within a matrixed organization
• Work experience with tools (e.g. Adobe Acrobat, SharePoint, Documentum, Citrix, Remote desktop)
• Experience in document management
• Experience in fields related to Regulatory Affairs
• Experience in publishing electronic submissions for a Regulatory Authority
• Career at one of the leading global healthcare companies
• Supportive & friendly working environment
• Possibilities of development within the role and company's structure
• Non-wage benefits (medical care, life insurance, pension scheme, sports card, recreation allowance, social fund, preventive healthcare services)
• Attractive remuneration system
• Flexible working hours
Thank you very much for your interest in development opportunities with GlaxoSmithKline.
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