This is a remote position: Open to candidates anywhere in the greater United States
SUMMARY: Under the supervision of departmental management, the Associate Director, Advertising and Promotion, Strategy and Compliance (US RA): provides regulatory advertising and promotional direction for the successful launch and lifecycle management (LCM) of Lundbeck US drug products; helps ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and corporate standards; and maintains positive communications with internal commercial partners and FDA contacts. More specifically, this position provides regulatory label strategic direction and promotional guidance to internal business partners in order to facilitate the commercial brand plan, including executing the regulatory review, approval, and submission of advertising and promotional materials to ensure consistency with product labeling, current FDA regulations, guidance documents and internal SOPs. This role is responsible to lead and/or help to facilitate departmental regulatory training initiatives both internal and external, and provide research and communication concerning advertising and promotion regulations.
Provides regulatory review of product labeling, advertising and promotional materials for accuracy and compliance with FDA regulations. Manages, reviews and represents regulatory perspective at PARC meetings to negotiate accurate, compliant and competitive final materials. Identifies risk, problem-solves, offers solutions. Manages/supports related FDA submission activities in compliance with current FDA regulations.
In close cooperation with regulatory agents, coordinates regulatory promotional submissions; prepares submissions in compliance with regulatory requirements and guidance documents; ensures that appropriate review and approval is obtained.
Provides Regulatory strategic guidance on new concepts, DTC advisory processes, Consistent with FDA Label tactics, and Payor Communications in order to identify and mitigate risk.
Provides Regulatory leadership on brand and life cycle management teams, process optimization efforts, development and collection of metrics, and further enhancement of cross functional interactions.
Provides internal and external training on departmental initiatives and for compliance purposes.
Monitors the external regulatory climate to inform internal customers of potential impact on long-term objectives; Represents RA at cross-functional team meetings to represent agreed-upon RA positions.
Develops and facilitates improvement efforts for internal promotional material review processes, through cross functional collaboration and leadership through influence, in order to support necessary compliance enhancements and departmental efficiencies.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE and SKILLS:
Accredited BS Degree
8+ years of experience in Regulatory, R&D or related area within the pharmaceutical, medical device or biotech industry with at least 4 of those years within either advertising/promotion or Regulatory experience specific to neurology, migraine, or biologics
Experience and understanding of FDA Promotional Regulations, specifically of Direct to Consumer (DTC) regulations and Consistent with FDA Label guidance
Expertise in navigating FDA interactions, including experience with FDA negotiations and/or OPDP communications.
Experience in creation and launch of DTC campaign materials, including television commercials, social media, and patient and advocacy materials.
Demonstrated proficiency in following scientific arguments, well-established understanding of scientific data and promotional regulations as they relate to drugs and/or biologics
Proficiency in identifying regulatory risk and negotiating/resolving differences
Demonstrated leadership capabilities, both with direct reports, as well as leading by influence
Attention to detail and strong organizational skills with the ability to meet multiple deadlines
Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team
Excellent oral and written communication skills, including ability to articulate regulatory positions
High proficiency in MS Word, MS Excel and Adobe Acrobat
Proficient in Veeva or comparable document management system
High Proficiency in time management and demonstrated ability to work independently
PREFERRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:
Accredited BS Degree in Science, Chemistry, Pharmacy or related subject study/experience
Knowledge in the Regulatory support of both biologics and small molecules
Terminal Degree in a Science Field (Ph.D., PharmD)
Proficiency in FDA Promotional Regulations, specifically of Direct to Consumer (DTC) regulations and Consistent with FDA Label guidance
Willingness/Ability to travel ~10%+ domestically to business meetings and learning experiences.
The range displayed is specifically for those potential hires who will work or reside in the state of Colorado, if selected for this role, and may vary based on various factors such as the candidate’s qualifications, skills, competencies and proficiency for the role. Salary Pay Range: $140,000 - $160,000 and eligibility for a 20% bonus target based on company and individual performance, and eligibility to participate in the company’s long-term incentive plan. Benefits for this position include flexible paid time off (PTO), health benefits to include Medical, Dental and Vision, and company match 401k. Additional benefits information can be found on our site.
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