Job description Posted 18 February 2022

Regulatory Affairs Associate

12 Month initial contract - view to extend

Weybridge, Surrey - Hybrid working from home

Pay rate up to £41 per hour via Umbrella inside IR35

Job Description

• As Regulatory Affairs Associate you will be responsible for the execution of regulatory activities related to development and life-cycle maintenance (including dossier management) for a defined portfolio of consumer products

• Manage updates and coordination of product dossiers, including cosmetic PIFs, medical device technical files, and TMACs

• Interacts with colleagues in other global functions (e.g. Global Development Operations, Supply Chain, Toxicology) and Regulatory Affairs sub-functions to deliver high quality dossiers, documents & materials to local Regulatory Affairs in accordance with business priorities. Ensures close partnership with authors, assuring technical congruence and regulatory compliance.

• Applies processes and procedures to maintain up-to-date technical product records/information and support adequate controls.

• Provides evaluations for potential changes as requested and follows up to ensure regulatory compliance including completion of appropriate internal compliance records e.g. change controls

• Effectively communicates regulatory technical requirements and guidelines, facilitating timely and complete submissions. Develops up-to-date knowledge with regard to technical guidelines and regulatory requirements, as well as technical trends.

Why you?

We are looking for professionals with these required skills to achieve our goals:


• Degree in a life science or equivalent regulatory experience

• At least 1 year regulatory experience of Cosmetics and/or Medical Devices

• Good communication Skills – Oral and Written

• Good organisational Skills

• Self-motivated


• Masters or Doctorate level education

• Preferably 2-3 years regulatory affairs experience, including experience of the Oral Care sector

• Experience of working on regulatory information in a database / vault format

• Some knowledge of the Medical Device Regulation (MDR)

• Be able to provide an assessment of the regulatory impact of potentially complex / multiple changes impacting a portfolio of products in parallel