Senior Associate, Regulatory Affairs
Senior Associate - Life Sciences, Regulatory Affairs
Requisition #: 45998
Practice Area: Advisory
Location: Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Short Hills, NJ; New York, NY; Dallas, TX
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KPMG is currently seeking a Senior Associate in Life Sciences for our practice.
- Support Regulatory Affairs Transformation projects for Life Sciences clients
- Drive progress against project milestones to help ensure timely delivery of project deliverables and review the work product of associates, and provide direction and training as necessary
- Provide input into engagement decisions, including work plan and timeline, project management resource allocation, and career development of team members
- Perform analysis on regulatory-related data, processes, business requirements, operating models, etc.
- Support projects related to process transformation, technology-enabled transformation, measureable improved operational performance, preparation for regulatory mandates and organizational redesign
- Identify and communicate performance improvement opportunities for clients
- A minimum of two years of work experience related to the Regulatory Affairs function within the pharmaceutical and/or medical device industry
- Bachelor's degree in an appropriate field from an accredited college/university required; Master's degree preferred
- Experience with operational process improvement initiatives in a pharmaceutical and/or medical device industry; prior professional services or consulting experience preferred
- Experience with Regulatory Information Management (RIM) or Document Management systems preferred. Must have strong understanding of Regulatory Affairs related processes, data and documents
- Excellent foundation skills including strong analytical, written and verbal communication skills, Must have MS Office expertise, impactful client presence, compelling facilitation and presentation skills
- Travel may be up to 80%. Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future
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