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Sunday, May 10, 2015

F/T - Director, Regulatory Intel, Pfizer (NY)

Director, Regulatory Intelligence, Pfizer – NY

Director,  Regulatory Intelligence role’s primary responsibility is to build and maintain a global regulatory intelligence capability that provides information and insight to business decision-makers and the regulatory policy team.


•Responsibility for the publication of regulatory information channels, the Global Regulatory Daily News and Regulatory Cockpit. This includes oversight, maintenance and directing updates to these communication vehicles.

•Monitor the numerous Pfizer and publicly available information systems so as to collect and disseminate relevant, focused regulatory intelligence alerts on major news and analysis.

•Manage and archive intelligence using database system to ensure easy retrieval and access to regulatory intelligence and policy materials. Ability to perform basic system modifications and upgrades as required. Capacity to work with the BT group to accomplish major archive and website restructuring projects.

•Conduct routine evaluations of new information sources, looking for both content usefulness and toward automating the process of collecting regulatory intelligence.

•Establish networks to gather intelligence that is not available from published sources. Develop both internal and external sources for regulatory intelligence.

•Provide regulatory intelligence information to support responses to ad hoc queries.

•Prepare competitive regulatory intelligence reports for business units.

•Implement and maintain training modules for information users on the available regulatory information systems; those provided internally or available from external vendors.

•Provide support to health authority document review effort to ensure relevant documents (e.g., draft legislation, regulations guidance, and concept papers) are identified and provided to the appropriate group subject matter experts for response.

Education and Experience:

•Minimum BA / BS in a scientific discipline, or library science.

•Minimum of 10 years of experience in the business intelligence / regulatory field

•Demonstrable knowledge of the drug lifecycle (research, development and commercial) process, preferably with experience in regulatory affairs.

•Experience in an information/knowledge management role, an understanding of applied principles of information storage and management.

Technical Skills:

•Ability to effectively navigate external information databases and health authority websites to gather regulatory intelligence information.

•Ability to evaluate utility of external resources for collecting regulatory and safety intelligence.

•Ability to work effectively with Pfizer’s internal and external vendors of information; required competence with internal databases and with website maintenance.

•Demonstrated literacy in areas of web design and with archival information systems

•Strong writing and verbal communication skills.

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