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At Abbott, we are enthusiastic, energetic and committed to doing great work every day. Our employees are passionate about helping to translate science into lasting contributions to health care and the health of people worldwide. At the heart of our organization is our “Promise for Life”—a statement that embodies our company's commitment to employees, shareholders, local communities and the people who depend on our company and products to live healthier lives. Vital to our promise is the speed in which we act, respond and deliver. As Abbott employees, we are ready to meet change and challenges head-on. As a result, we are a company that adapts quickly, and through our passion for innovation we are able to continually create a pipeline of products that help improve the length and quality of life around the world. We are proud of our rich, more than 125-year history. We continue to be driven to advance leading-edge science and technologies, support diversity, focus on exceptional performance and earn the trust of those we serve

Post : Associate Director-Regulatory Affairs


Primary Job Function 

Responsible for regulatory function related to keeping existing licenses active and closely working with Clinical, Medical and Marketing to successfully grow the business in a compliant manner with all applicable National Regulations, Guidelines, Codes and with Abbott policies related to Pharmaceutical, Ayurvedic, OTC, and Neutraceutical products in partnership based on cross-functional shared goals. 

Job Responsibilities 
List the primary tasks and/or activities this job performs on an ongoing basis. 
- To ensure timely approvals and renewals of licences to maintain business continuity 
- To build systems and processes as per the changing regulatory environment and support business needs 
- To ensure compliance by adhering to Regulatory Guidelines and Abbott internal SOPs


Candidate Profile :
Minimum Education 

Bachelors in Life Sciences/Pharmacy.  A post graduate degree or any additional formal training in Regulatory Affairs such as a Certification program or a degree preferred.

Minimum Experience/Training Required 
At least 15 years on the Job for Associate Director (19 grade) in AIL grading system.  Of the 15 years at least half of the tenure should have been in a supervisory role since the position will be managing level 16s and 15s.  Should be familiar with how organizations function in a matrix and have sufficient global exposure as well.

Additional Information:
Experience :  15 years
Qualification : Bachelors in Life Sciences/Pharmacy
Location : Mumbai
Industry Type :  Pharma / Biotech / Clinical Research
Functional Area : Regulatory Affairs
Last date :  10th August, 2016


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