Regulatory Affairs Specialists
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Employers usually seek college graduates to fill entry-level jobs in regulatory affairs. Many employers prefer applicants who have majored in biology, chemistry, or another related degree. Many employers prefer graduates who have work experience in research laboratories. Other employers outside the medical field seek applicants with a background in business, manufacturing, or engineering. Applicants who have experience from an internship are also attractive.
Employers especially seek regulatory affairs specialists who can speak and write effectively. Employers look for a combination of education and organizational skills. They seek specialists who can work independently and under deadline.
At large companies, new graduates usually work under the supervision of experienced regulatory affairs managers. Certification in regulatory affairs in addition to work experience will often make specialists eligible for managerial positions.
In general, as regulatory affairs specialists gain experience, they are given more difficult projects and the independence to lead parts of a larger product submission. They may begin by reviewing existing, approved products and move into helping new products gain FDA or other agency approval.
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