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Breckenridge Pharmaceutical, Inc. considers all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or status as a protected veteran or any other characteristic protected by law.

All positions are in the Berlin, CT office unless otherwise noted in the job description

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[Mar 03, 2020]





The Regulatory Affairs Specialist is responsible for compiling and maintaining compliant FDA drug product drug applications throughout product lifecycle from initial development to product termination and managing projects for on-time completion of milestone activities in support of project timelines and commercial business needs.    The Regulatory Affairs Specialist is a self-motivated, detail oriented, flexible team player who is able to multi-task, and work independently with minimal supervision.




  • Manage, prepare and publish using eCTD software well-organized, scientifically sound CMC-related regulatory submissions which include ANDAs, INDs, 505(b)(2) NDAs, DMFs, Amendments, and Supplements that comply with applicable regulatory requirements in eCTD format.


  • Provide project management related to activities required for FDA submissions for internal and external projects; informing other departments and management of impacts to critical path deliverables, timelines, and budgets.


  • Review technical reports, summary documents and change controls (chemistry, manufacturing and analytical controls) for appropriate content and justifications as well as for adherence to regulatory guidelines, strategies, and commitments.


  • Work with partners to create product labeling compliant with BPI, FDA, and compendial requirements for drug products, dietary supplements, medical foods, and foods for special dietary use. 


  • Educate partners regarding U.S. regulatory requirements including, but not limited to cGMPs, CMC requirements, and GDUFA requirements. 


  • Resolve project related issues through application of critical thinking, research of regulations and technology, and coordination with partners/BPI Quality.


  • Act as a US Agent for foreign and domestic partners. Able to provide expert Regulatory guidance with respect to original ANDA applications, deficiency responses and represent the partner in all aspects of the application.


  • Primary point-of-contact with FDA and international governmental agencies for exchange of information regarding pending and approved projects.


  • Launch new drug products, which includes filing PLAIR, performing product inspections, assisting with completion of vendor files, compiling of required launch documents, and drug listing. 


  • Train junior department members in above areas, as required.





  • Bachelor’s degree required in a scientific disciple such as Chemistry, Biology, or Pharmacy. Graduate degree preferred.


  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry.  A minimum of 2 years’ previous experience in drug regulatory affairs required; prior managerial experience is a plus.


  • Experienced in collaborating with multiple inter-disciplinary project teams.


  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.


  • Familiar with cGMP requirements.


  • Knowledge/experience with complex dosage forms; steriles, parenterals, transdermals is a plus.


  • Computer skills required:  Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office Suite, and eCTD publishing software.


  • Sometimes required to attend off-hours teleconferences with overseas partners as well as on-site meetings with domestic and overseas partners.



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