Regulatory Affairs Manager

Average Salary
Degree Requirements
Bachelor's Degree

Detailed organizers and communicators, line up! A career as a regulatory affairs manager might be the right fit to you. With an ongoing pulse on policy and industry trends, they are in frequent communication with regulatory agencies to ensure new and existing products are in compliance.

Also known as: Global Regulatory Affairs Manager, Regulatory Affairs Director, Regulatory Affairs Vice President, Regulatory Science Director
Active Learning
Active Listening
Complex Problem Solving
Critical Thinking
Decision Making
Learning Strategies
Personnel Management
Operations Analysis
Reading Comprehension
Social Perceptiveness
Systems Analysis
Systems Evaluation
Time Management
Keep in contact with regulatory agencies
Handle regulatory reports and applications
Prepare for the submission of new products
Communicate the regulatory information to necessary departments
Monitor industry trends
Train staff on regulatory policies
Coordinate internal discoveries with legal staff
Keep track of new software systems

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