Sint-Lambrechts-WoluweIPharmaceutical Sector

Job description

For a pharmaceutical company in Sint-Lambrechts-Woluwe (Woluwe-Saint-Lambert) we're looking for a REGULATORY AFFAIRS ASSOCIATE.

Your tasks consist of:

  • Providing strategic and operational regulatory support in preparation of the submission and during the review of new Marketing Authorisation Applications, variations and all other regulatory activities in order to secure Agency submissions and approvals in compliance with applicable regulatory requirements.
  • Liaising with Regional Submission Planner (accountable for planning in Regulatory Operations) to provide input and ensure alignment on submission plans. Collaborating closely with Regulatory Operations to establish submission timelines of Module 1 components.
  • Drafting and organizing the gathering of the module 1 components.
  • Collaborating closely with country Regulatory Affairs staff in order to ensure timely submission to national Agencies.
  • Preparing the English Product Information (Summary of Product Characteristics, label and leaflet) in collaboration with Worldwide Product Labelling.
  • For the centralized procedure, supervising and coordinating the local translation process to ensure timely submission to EMA.
  • Ensuring updates to regulatory databases.
  • Keep up to date with EU procedural requirements and legislation. 

As REGULATORY AFFAIRS ASSOCIATE your profile matches the following description:

  • You have a degree in life sciences
  • You have a minimum of 2 years' experience in the pharmaceutical industry
  • You have good knowledge of EU regulatory procedures and development of medicinal products in general is preferred
  • You possess good organizational skills, proven ability to multitask
  • You have excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
  • You can work across boundaries: demonstrate the ability to act as intermediary across boundaries
  • You have demonstrated the ability to evaluate new ideas and proposed methods for practicality and ease of implementation
  • You are able to coordinate tasks with others for timely completion and to avoid setbacks
  • You can review regulatory documents for accuracy
  • You understand the end-to-end pharmaceutical lifecycle
  • You consider the recent innovations when formulating recommendations
  • You evaluate activities and business processes across functions, identifies areas in need for improvement and leads efforts for solution design and implementation
Organisation and department description

Select Projects is part of the Select group, a collection of HR companies that put people first because Quality is Performance by Genuine People. Select Projects provides technical support to clients on a project basis.

Our 220 employees in Belgium and the Netherlands support companies with their projects in various domains: Life Sciences, (petro) chemical, Construction and Rail. From our offices in Antwerp and Rotterdam we optimally support our experienced specialists so that they can deliver high quality to our customers at all times.


You get an attractive salary package with interesting fringe benefits. A company car, meal vouchers, group insurance and mobile phone subscription are possible.

We ensure that you end up in a pleasant working environment with nice colleagues and opportunities to develop and further develop. Together with you, we map out a training course tailored to your future plans and needs.

Any questions?
Sakina El Kasmioui Sourcer Select Projects +323 600 08 60
Life Science
Project Sourcing
What is my travel time?

Applying at Select Projects

Applying for a job on our website?

  • You apply for a job at Select Projects
  • You will usually receive a message within one workday
  • We get acquainted with you in a (phone) discussion
  • If it is a good fit all around then we will make a proposal
  • We're going to work. together. Welcome to Select Projects
  • Your coach provides personal career guidance
  • New projects and experiences keep you on your toes
More information on our application procedure