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Associate Director Regulatory Affairs (Labeling/Ad Promo)
About The RoleThe Associate Director Regulatory Affairs (Labeling/Ad Promo)will be responsible for developing, implementing, and advising on labeling strategies for Pharming products in development as well as marketed products. This individual will manage regulatory labeling through all phases of development, and post-approval. The incumbent will provide leadership and strategic regulatory oversight for designated projects ensuring that the latest requirements and standards are met. The Associate Director, Labeling/Ad Promo Regulatory Affairs will also be responsible for overseeing the regulatory assessment and research on regulatory precedence, to evaluate advertising/promotional activities and materials.Areas Of Responsibilities
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