Executive Officer (EO) - Central Government
Type: Long-term temporary Salary: £13.22 / hour
Location: Canary Wharf
Register online at www.brookstreet.co.uk/gov-apply
We are currently recruiting on behalf of a local government department for an Information Processing Classifier in Canary Wharf. This is an ongoing, long-term temporary assignment, working Monday to Friday.
Information Processing Classifiers have an important role in using their specialist knowledge to interpreting and validate regulatory submission received from pharmaceutical industry applicants. In carrying out this role, they will establish a good working knowledge of medicines legislation, regulations and guidelines as applied to their area and apply these requirements in a consistent manner. In some areas, they will make the final decision on the validity of an application; in others they will be preparing a high quality case folder for subsequent professional assessment. It is a target driven environment where speed is important and quality and consistency are also vital. Information Processing Classifiers also need to be able to interact confidently and clearly with professional colleagues and with external applicants.
Providing junior management support and moderately complex admin tasks, your duties will include:
" Validate and process regulatory submissions and reference supporting documentation for medical product licensing applications.
" Apply regulatory guidelines to ensure check the validity of the applications received.
" Prepare high quality case folders ready for professional assessment and allocate these to the relevant Agency function within required timescales and targets
" Liaise with applicants and assessor colleagues to address and resolve validation issues or inadequate documentation
" Establish a thorough knowledge of regulatory procedures, both National and European, and utilise this knowledge to validate product licence applications.
" For specific regulatory submission, to perform final scientific validation and determination activities, communicating your decision to the applicant
" Participate in quality audit procedures
Essential criteria to apply: (shortlist and interview criteria)
1. Graduate in life sciences or other relevant scientific discipline
2. Demonstrate knowledge and interpretation of the regulatory procedures surrounding the licensing of medicinal products in the UK and Europe.
3. Demonstrate excellent attention to detail when reviewing complex scientific and regulatory documentation and dealing with databases, to ensure high standards of data
To apply for this role, or other central government positions, please complete the online registration at www.brookstreet.co.uk/gov-apply