Jobs in Regulatory Affairs

Solid rules, excellent pharma, medical devices, ATMPs and cosmetics! QbD’s regulatory experts monitor everything, from strategy to approval and aftercare.

Looking for interesting jobs in Regulatory Affairs (RA)? Explore your career options below and apply!

What is Regulatory Affairs?

Regulatory Affairs acts as a liaison between the government, industry, and consumers to ensure products are safe and effective when used as intended.

Regulatory Affairs experts follow medical devices and pharmaceutical regulations worldwide – and all relevant standards – in order to support Research & Development teams in their work.

Moreover, Regulatory Affairs defines the optimal strategy to put a product on the market by collecting data and forming a dossier to be submitted for review.

Regulatory Affairs Jobs - Life Sciences - QbD
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Importance of Regulatory Affairs

Regulatory Affairs negotiates the interaction between all parties involved to get good products to the market quickly and prevent bad products from being sold.

On the one hand, Regulatory Affairs looks after the interests of life science companies, on the other, they protect public health.

Your career in Regulatory Affairs

Regulatory Affairs Specialist is a multidisciplinary, cross-functional position, in which you define the manufacturer’s Regulatory Affairs strategy, link all departments, and follow the full lifecycle of the product, from idea to end. So good networking skills and curiosity are crucial!

Do you have a Master’s or a PhD in Sciences, Engineering, Pharmaceuticals, or Biomedical Sciences? An interest in regulation, good practices, and quality? And do you want to support the launch of new medical devices or pharmaceutical products? Then Regulatory Affairs is the perfect career path for you.

Regulatory Affairs Jobs - Life Sciences - QbD (1)

Regulatory Affairs is a crucial department for pharmaceutical and/or medical device companies to align the approach to both clinical and commercial products, ensuring products are safe and effective.

Working in a Regulatory Affairs team puts you in touch with all the different steps of pharmaceutical development and commercialization, such as quality, supply chain, product development, business strategy, and more.

Koen Laenen, Head of Regulatory Affairs for Pharma at QbD