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Science Talents consultant Kefajet: Regulatory Affairs Administrator

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Science Talents consultant Kefajet: Regulatory Affairs Administrator

Can you describe your job as a Regulatory Affairs Administrator? 

My main responsibility is the maintenance of the electronic archive system in Veeva Vault, but I also have lots of other administrative responsibilities assigned by my superiors, such as:

  • Update and upload in Veeva Vault.
  • Facilitate the approval and maintenance of new and in-line veterinary products in EUAfME by providing administrative support to all VMRA teams.
  • Act as a contact person for external regulatory agencies in order to facilitate effective business processes (eg. Support submission regulatory application dossiers to the European Medicines Agency [EMA] as well as the national medicines agencies).
  • Provide day to day support to the administration and VMRA regulatory teams by taking responsibility for the execution of key activities such as: meeting organization (internal and external), visitor arrangements, travel booking, distribution of incoming mail, dispatch of outgoing mail and courier packages, including preparation of cover letters, compilation and/or copying of small regulatory dossiers, conversion of files to pdf format and document management and status reports associated with acquisitions and divestments.

What do you like the most of working as a consultant at ScienceTalents?

What I like the most being a consultant at Science Talents is the professionalism & kindness of the team.

What is the biggest challenge in your job?

The biggest challenge in my job is that I take care of several people in several European countries at the same time.

What's on your bucketlist?

Everyone who is waiting for my help is on my bucketlist.

You always can wake me up for this ...

If anyone needs my help for something, they can always wake me up.

Which element of Mendeliev's table are you and why

All the elements because I like having several elements, color & diversity in my job.

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