Why Patients Need You
The ever-changing regulatory environment makes it necessary that Pfizer has a knowledgeable and skilled Regulatory Affairs team. You will be part of a dynamic team that reviews and interprets the increasing regulatory requirements and their associated commercial pressures to facilitate the best patient care. Our patients need dedicated colleagues like you who are experts in their field and can keep their well-being as their topmost priority.
What You Will Achieve
You will represent Pfizer as an approval liaison in the regulatory affairs team. You will play the critical role of providing strategic product direction to teams while interacting with regulatory agencies and negotiating with them to expedite approval of pending registrations. Due to your expertise, you will be the regulatory liaison on the project team throughout the product lifecycle and a regulatory representative to marketing or research project teams and government regulatory agencies. Your understanding of regulatory procedures will help in development of submission of product registration, progress reports, supplements, amendments and periodic experience reports.
As a Manager, you provide guidance to operational teams for managing projects. Your planning skills will help in preparing forecasts for resource requirements, and providing areas of improvement for products, processes or services. Through your comprehensive knowledge of principles, concepts and theories of the discipline, you will also work towards advancing new concepts and methodologies. You will be able to take a leadership role to facilitate agreements between different teams.
It is your dedication and focus that will help in making Pfizer ready to achieve new milestones and help patients across the globe.
How You Will Achieve It
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Pfizer Inc. is an American multinational pharmaceutical and biotechnology corporation headquartered on 42nd Street in Manhattan, New York City. The company was established in 1849 in New York by two German immigrants, Charles Pfizer (1824&#8211;1906) and his cousin Charles F. Erhart (1821&#8211;1891).
Pfizer develops and produces medicines and vaccines for immunology, oncology, cardiology, endocrinology, and neurology. The company has several blockbuster drugs or products that each generate more than US$1 billion in annual revenues.In 2020, 52% of the company's revenues came from the United States, 6% came from each of China and Japan, and 36% came from other countries