Director of Regulatory Affairs

Recursion Pharmaceuticals
Job Location
630 S Komas Dr Ste 300
Salt Lake City, UT 84108-1262
Job Description

The Regulatory Affairs Professional (Director) will be responsible for the comprehensive management of regulatory aspects of the company’s development projects while actively contributing as a member of the project team(s).  This position will also require key contributions to department and company initiatives related to regulatory affairs operations and strategy.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for working with the project team to identify an optimum regulatory strategy for assigned projects. Able to lead teams in examining regulatory strategy options.
  • Expected to independently interact with regulatory authorities, and outside consultants when needed. Able to independently prepare and lead a team through a regulatory meeting exercise.
  • Able to write, review and edit regulatory documentation, ensuring it is fit for purpose, and to serve as a resource for regulatory document authors regarding the appropriate content of submissions.
  • Supervises and provides guidance to other regulatory personnel as assigned. 


  • Education: Minimum Bachelor’s degree; studies in science and advanced degree desirable
  • Specialized knowledge that would be desirable and supportive of success in this position includes:
    • Experience in rare/ultra rare drug development and understanding of US and EU regulations related to pediatric requirements
    • Experience in pediatric drug development and understanding of US and EU regulations related to pediatric requirements
    • Experience in the management of core labeling and/or US labeling
    • Understanding of regulatory requirements for and experience with submission of applications (IND / NDA) in eCTD format
    • Ability to create and manage detailed timelines and/or experience with tracking regulatory activities across disciplines and territories
    • Experience in other key functional areas, (e.g., toxicology, pharmacology, chemistry/manufacturing, clinical research and/or biometrics) appreciated
  • Experience: Minimum 10+ years progressive Regulatory Affairs or relevant experience

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