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Regulatory Affairs Associate

Become a vital part of the Nordic Regulatory Affairs function, which counts two people in Norway.

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GSK is a British multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in London. It is among the world's sixth largest pharmaceutical companies. Globally GSK employs 100.000 people and operates in 115 countries. GSK Norway includes approximately 90 employees. The company operates out of modern offices in Oslo.

Your new role

On behalf of GSK, Hays is offering a key position that presents the suitable candidate with a unique opportunity to have an impact on Regulatory Affairs by contributing with one’s scientific expertise. One will become a part of the Nordic Regulatory Affairs function, which counts between two to three employees within each Nordic country. The Norwegian team consists of two persons, respectively a Regulatory Affairs Manager and a Regulatory Affairs Associate. The position entails broad internal collaboration within the Nordics, especially with the commercial functions such as Sales and Marketing. External collaborators will include industry associations as well as the national health authorities.

The role offers broad responsibility for a defined portfolio of products, which enables the right candidate to perform diversified tasks and drive various activity streams within the Regulatory Affairs function in Norway. One will manage the preparation of new regulatory documents and applications, with the aim of enabling new products to be launched and maintained in the market – pointing out the correct alignment and compliance to regulations. The position also entails analysis of regulatory issues and working towards developing plans to mitigate these, in order to deliver science that is robust and aligned with business needs. Moreover, the Regulatory Affairs Associate must be able to effectively communicate with key stakeholders and hence build strong relationships with them. One is expected to contribute to the activity of a high performing local team and constantly reflect upon ways to improve the overall performance.

The candidate is expected to work towards the maintenance of regulatory compliance databases, systems and processes, as well as maintain a high level of knowledge on the science of products within the defined portfolio. Lastly, one should be able to support the development of the strongest promotion and advertising possible within the regulations, and ensure that risks are appropriately addressed and communicated.

What is needed to succeed

The successful candidate possesses a relevant university degree, preferable within a Life Sciences or Pharmaceutical related field. One can either be newly educated, or preferable possess a couple of years professional experience within Regulatory Affairs from the industry. Fluency in English and one of the Scandinavian languages is a must.

It is crucial to have the right mind-set in order to be successful in the job. One must be persistent, self-driven and solution-oriented. In order to manage oneself, one must keep an open mind and possess a curiosity towards learning new things. Excellent communication skills combined with an ease to interact with various stakeholders should secure the desired personal impact, which is expected in order to succeed in the role.

Unique opportunity within a dynamic organization

Here is the chance to comprise a crucial function within Regulatory Affairs and join an international organization. The candidate will be provided with significant impact on GSK´s business locally and in a Nordic context. The suitable profile is offered a unique opportunity to interact with key stakeholders, in a broad and diversified role, with the possibility of gaining greater project responsibilities over time.

We will be conducting ongoing interviews so please apply now, or contact us for further information. To apply, please click on the tab below and attach your CV and a brief application in ONE document.

To discuss this in more detail, please contact Business Director Morten Andersen at +45 2238 883 or Senior Recruitment Consultant Mikkel Kristiansen at +45 2936 8824.

Hays Denmark is part of Hays Plc, which is listed on London Stock Exchange (FTSE 250). Hays Plc is the world's leading recruiting experts in qualified, professional and skilled work.

We operate across the private and public sectors, dealing in permanent positions, contract roles and temporary assignments. We are market leaders in the UK and Australia, and one of the market leaders in Continental Europe. As of September 2011, the Group employed 7,600 staff operating from 255 offices in 31 countries across 20 specialisms.

Our combination of deep expertise across a wide spectrum of specialised industries and professions makes us unparalleled recruiters in the world of work.

Hays Specialist Recruitment A/S has operated in Denmark since 2008. We specialise in following areas of specialism: Accountancy & Finance, Banking, Construction & Property, Engineering, HR, Insurance, IT, Legal, Logistics, Life Sciences and Sales & Marketing. For more information see

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