Regulatory Affairs

Regulatory affairs is the crucial link between us, our products and external regulatory authorities such as the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) in the UK.

What will I gain?

You’ll play a key role in managing many of our trusted global brands such as Panadol, Sensodyne, Aquafresh and Beechams. The role will give you great responsibility and involvement in a wide range of projects relating to marketed and development products.

Key responsibilities include:

  • progressing the regulatory status of our products in such a manner as not to interfere with the marketing and development activities of the business
  • preparing accurate, high-quality submissions and ensuring all files and databases are effectively managed
  • maintaining relationships with external regulatory authorities/bodies to ensure the smooth and timely assessment of all applications
  • providing advice to marketing and supply chain on the regulatory implications of technical changes
  • responding to queries/complaints raised by consumers and healthcare professionals, and documenting reported adverse events

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What skills do I need?

You should be studying for an business-related, IT, science or engineering degree be on track for a 2:1 (or equivalent) or above.  Your industrial placement must be recognised or supported by your university.

We need self-starters who are keen to learn and develop. With the ability to build good working relationships within and outside the IT community, you'll be a multi-tasker who is resilient, analytical and influential.

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Where will I be based?

You will be based at our headquarters GSK House in Brentford.

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When can I start?

Placements start any time between June and September 2019 (start and end dates are flexible for the outgoing and incoming needs of the students and the business). Placements run for twelve months.

 

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How can I apply?

Applications are now closed for 2018

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