Regulatory Administrator, Planning & Authorisations – Veterinary Sciences Department

Closing date for applications: 15/08/2022

Role Summary

Reporting to the Case Administrator(s), the role of the Administrator is to assist the Case Administrator & Planning & Authorisations Manager in processing work through the Veterinary Sciences department with a high standard of efficiency and accuracy. The Administrator will assist with the increased activities and processes arising from the implementation of the new veterinary regulation (NVR) project.

Key Responsibilities

Operational Activities:

  • Providing support to internal project-related tasks including clearing backlogs and processing requests for product data updates in databases.

  • Provision of support to Case administrators and NVR project team.

  • Administrative support in the processing of assigned applications - national and European new procedures, renewals, variations, classification enquiries and scientific animal health applications.

  • Ensure effective co-ordination of all assigned cases from point of allocation through to issue.

  • Monitoring progress and status of cases to agreed timelines.

  • Ensuring adherence to strict European timelines.

  • Updating and utilising all relevant systems and databases in a timely manner, including internal workflow system and external European databases, to assist in the efficient processing of assigned applications.

  • Liaising with external customers including pharmaceutical companies and other European regulatory bodies.

  • Non-project specific administration work including typing, post, telephone queries, photocopying, scanning where required.

  • Ensuring that efficient administrative support is provided to the Veterinary Sciences department.

  • Providing support to cover reception.


For more information please refer to the role profile below. Applications should be submitted via the HPRA Recruitment Portal.

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