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Sanofi Group EuroAPI Regulatory Associate in Bridgewater, New Jersey


  • Coordinates & maintains registration dossiers required for the EuroAPI Sales activity in North America (US & Canada).

  • Manages Regulatory Affairs (RA) in accordance with local regulation and Sales strategy.

  • Contributes to EuroAPI Quality & Regulatory network with Global organization, manufacturing sites and Health Authorities.

  • Contributes the regulatory operations and business processes to support activities locally, acting as customer interface.

  • Records of key Regulatory processes and reports KPIs for Customer Excellence policy and regulatory compliance.

  • Participates to the Quality Management System of EuroAPI US legal Entity

  • Help manage QA aspects relative to distribution of products marketed in North America such as distribution deviation, complaint, 3PL management, etc.

  • Development of new registrations and maintenance of EuroAPI North America portfolio:

  • Manages Regulatory Policy of the zone in relation with Regulatory Global functions.

  • Reviewing CMC content as well as drug and drug substance manufacturing change controls to translate the knowledge into review and preparation of documents needed for submission.

  • Life-cycle management of around 65 DMFs by Reviewing submission documents and communicate outstanding requirements with the sites to ensure satisfaction of FDA electronic eDMF requirements and internal Sanofi processes.

  • Ensure the Regulatory compliance of the DMF registered in the region.

  • Review and submit submissions such as Annual reports, CBEs, CBE-30s and PAS’s.

  • Ensures annual reports are submitted at the due date.

  • Provides advice to the manufacturing sites when needed to answer to questions from Health Authorities (HA).

  • Actively contributes to the Change Control process as soon as North American Region is concerned.

  • Ensures adequate management of registration dossiers portfolio and dossier submission according agreed planning (Regulatory LRP).

  • Participates to the Quality Management System of EuroAPI US legal Entity

  • Applies global SOP dealing with distribution activity in EuroAPI US Legal Entity:

  • Writes and approve local SOP/instruction relative to distribution activity of euroAPI US

  • Trains newcomers in EuroAPI US legal entity about GDP rules, IT tools and global SOP for distribution

  • Support QA aspects relative to relative to distribution of products marketed in North America such as distribution deviation, complaint, 3PL management (transportation and warehousing), …

  • Manage requests relative to distribution failure (on out-bound materials shipped either by indent or ext-stock flow and on in-bound materials) raised in US market.

  • Manages the 3PL relationship as Quality first contact for any quality request, warehouse deviation and capa, QAA revisions, product list revisions and customer request to audit 3PL warehouse


Education / Experience:

  • Education: University degree in Pharmacy, Chemistry/ Biochemistry, regulatory affairs.

  • Experience: Minimum of 5 years in the pharmaceutical industry with knowledge in Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance.

  • Knowledge of North America Regulations: US FDA, Health Canada.

Technical Kkills & Competencies / Language

  • Background in regulatory activities

  • English Speaking

  • GMP expertise

Soft Skills & Required Behaviors:

  • Ability to work and manage tasks in a cross-functional way

  • Good problem-solving skills, analytical thinking

  • Constructive and effective communication skills

  • Flexible / Entrepreneurial mindset

Sanofi Inc. and its U.S. affiliates are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; age; ancestry; nationality; marital, domestic partnership or civil union status; sex, gender, gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; disability; veteran or military status or liability for military status; domestic violence victim status; atypical cellular or blood trait; genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing) or any other characteristic protected by law.




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