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We are a leading international healthcare business of inter-connected people and brands with a global range of products delivering outstanding value.  From its origins in the UK 20 years ago, Alliance has grown to become a significant international healthcare group.

We employ over 200 people, located in ten offices around the globe. Our international presence is further enhanced by an extensive network of distributors enabling us to serve customers in more than 100 countries worldwide. We have a successful business with a strong collaborative culture, and we recognise that our relevance and value is in how we work together.  Our UK business has been recognised as a Great Place To Work® two years consecutively.

We are now recruiting for a Regulatory Affairs Associate, to join our Healthcare team, to provide support for regulatory activities related to our Medical Device products in the EMEA territories. Your role will help us maintain compliance to achieve more for patients, healthcare providers, business partners and investors.

As our new Regulatory Affairs Associate, some of your key contributions to the team will include:

  • Administrative support to the department
  • Updating and maintenance of databases
  • Preparation of, submission and tracking of documents (such as Dossiers, Product Information Files,
  • Technical Files and artworks) for regulatory submissions.
  • Product information repositories (such as the Product Directory).
  • Support for the management of systems and processes.
  • Maintenance and QC of product information (such as preparation of Dossiers, Product Information Files, Technical Files and artworks).
  • Involvement with key projects (such as integration of acquisition projects).
  • Input into, but may also support, the QMS.
  • Assist with, and may input, into ongoing training and professional development activities in order to fulfil departmental goals and objectives. Support, and may be responsible for, the training of others.
  • Understanding of issues and propose solutions.
  • Building relationships with internal and external stakeholders (including Notified Bodies) using best practice
  • Time management, work prioritisation, and the ability to make recommendations based on technical knowledge and understanding of the regulatory environments

You will have the following skills to thrive at Alliance:

  • Ability to plan and prioritise workload
  • Adaptability to be able to thrive in continually evolving environment
  • Team player, working with cross functional departments
  • Adaptable and willing to expand knowledge across other product areas within Healthcare, cosmetics, food supplements and chemicals
  • Ability to multitask and adhere to internal and external deadlines
  • Work in a pressurised, fast-moving environment
  • Clear communicator, both written and oral
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain attention to detail
  • Good interpersonal skills with initiative to understand problems and propose solutions

If you want the opportunity to join a progressive, people centred, global organisation where real values are at the heart of everything we do, then submit your CV via the application button. In return we offer a competitive salary and benefits package, a superb office environment and fantastic team to work with.

Genuine candidates only, NO AGENCIES please. We will be processing all applications as quickly as possible, If you have not received a response by [date] you have not been progressed to the first stage of interviews. Unfortunately, due to high response rates we are unable to respond directly to each candidate, however, we would like to thank you for your interest in working with Alliance.

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