Job description Posted 30 June 2022

Position: Regulatory Associate

Location: GSK Weybridge

LOA: 1 Year

Pay Rate: £41.78 Per Hour / Via Umbrella / Inside IR35 / PAYE option is available


Job Purpose:

The purpose of this role is to provide regulatory support to assigned products/projects or parts of projects to enable our products to be successfully introduced or maintained Globally. The individual is likely to support other members of the functional team but may also work in Project Teams and build trusting relationships with multi-functional teams within the sub-category and with LOC/Region to ensure all regulatory requirements are met for both innovation and existing products according to GSK Values.  


Key Responsibilities:

  • Acts as a Business Partner and provides regulatory advice to a project on aspects of drug / cosmetic / devices / foods and supplements (dependent on category) development as appropriate. 
  • Develops regulatory strategies under supervision working within Project Teams in order to secure competitive approvals and speed to market in conjunction with LOC/region regulatory teams. 
  • Communicates effectively with the immediate functional team and within cross-functional Project Teams. 
  • Delivery of high-quality regulatory files to agreed timelines 
  • Inputs to non-product related activities both within the function in order to direct new policy or pioneer new processes or improvements to GSK's competitive advantage. 
  • In conjunction with the category regulatory CMC lead, ensure support for the full life cycle of products, including: maintenance activities; Design to Value, complexity reduction, value engineering initiatives; change controls, etc. with supply chain and technical excellence Ensures compliance of their actions by adhering to global, regional and local processes, policies, SOPs and working instructions. 


Minimum Level of Education:


BA or BSc

Area of Specialization:


Life science/Pharmaceutically-related science (Chemistry, Pharmacy, Biochemistry, Biology, Medical Engineering)