Lilly Advisor / Director, Global Regulatory Affairs, North America – Oncology in St. Paul, Minnesota
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At Eli Lilly, we create medicines that give people new hope – to get better, feel better, live better. It’s our purpose to create medicines that make life better for people around the world. Lilly is looking for regulatory leaders to join us in developing and bringing life-changing new medicines to patients who need them all over the world. To learn more about Lilly and our strong foundation in oncology, please visit us at lilly.com and lilly.com/newsroom .
The Advisor / Director of Global Regulatory Affairs, North America – Oncology serves as the regulatory regional lead for assigned oncology product(s). As the regulatory lead you will be responsible for driving the regulatory strategy for development, registration, and lifecycle management in the US and Canada. He/she may also serve as the global regulatory coordinator. You will to take calculated risks and leverage innovative regulatory strategies that can accelerate the development of assigned product(s). You will identify and delegate tasks to others on the regulatory team, and this role may involve line management of more junior regulatory scientists.
Drivessolutions.Accountablefor the regulatorysuccess of highpriority or complex oncology molecules in development
Provides leadership by defining and executing innovative regulatory and labeling strategies for assigned product(s) across the product lifecycle
Works independently in a role that demonstrates organizational influence within and across functions
Acts as direct liaison with FDA and Health Canada
Executes high quality communications with regulators and internal customers to articulate and ensure understanding of the regulatory strategy and complex issues
Readily shares information and regulatory knowledge with others
Engages in, influences, and shapes external environment initiatives related to portfolio assets
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
- Bachelors degree in a scientific area with at least 5 years of industry-related experience in regulatory affairs and/or drug development
Additional Skills and Preferences:
Advanced scientific degree (i.e. PhD, MD, PharmD) preferred
Knowledge of FDA and Health Canada procedures and practices and awareness of evolving regulatory initiatives desirable
Demonstrated deep knowledge of the drug development process; oncology experience preferred
Demonstrated ability to assess and manage risk in a highly regulated environment
Demonstrated strong written, spoken and presentation communication
Demonstrated negotiation and influence skills
Demonstrated attention to detail
Demonstrated effective teamwork skills; able to adapt to diverse interpersonal styles
Location-Indianapolis IN OR remote
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