Summary of Job

The Regulatory Affairs (RA) Specialist contributes to all regulatory functions for Moleac products such as obtaining marketing authorisations and product life-cycle management for the global market, and assigned projects.

The candidate demonstrates consistent and excellent interpersonal and communication skills along with ability to thinking critically, problem-solve and collaborate effectively with internal stakeholders.

Key Responsibilities

–  Prepare and review registration/ variations dossiers for submission to regulatory authorities, ensuring scientific rigour, consistency and accuracy of product information, alongside good documentation practice.
– Coordinate with partners and regulatory consultants abroad to support overseas registration, in accordance to company strategy and timeline.
– Collaborate with stakeholders and contribute actively to all aspects of product life cycle management, ensuring compliance to applicable regulatory and quality requirements and continuity in commercialisation.
– Maintain and build on existing database of applicable health product regulations, standards, and guidance documents, interpreting emerging regulations and developments to assess impact on products.
– Review promotional material developed for commercial activities to ensure compliance to applicable regulatory guidelines.
– Participate in local and overseas regulatory inspections and internal audits when applicable.
– Develop and maintain effective relations with local authorities and industry associations Provide regulatory inputs and support to clinical trials and ethics committee submission.
– Assist in GDP and relevant quality assurance matters.

Personal Attributes/ Core Competencies

– Highly-organised and self-disciplined.
– Resourceful, with analytical and problem-solving skills.
– Able to prioritize and work well in fast-paced environment.
– A team player with excellent interpersonal skills.
– Proficiency in English (both written and spoken). Additional language such as Mandarin is a strong plus to liaise with external CMOs and partners.


– Degree in life sciences, with min. 1 – 5 years of relevant work experience.
– Knowledge in international regulatory guidelines such as ICH, ASEAN, USFDA, EU etc. Regulatory experience with food supplement/ herbal medicine in Europe, North America or Asia Pacific would be advantageous.
– Good understanding in GMP, GDP and relevant quality management systems desirable.

If you believe you are a suitable candidate for this position, please send your CV and a cover letter (detailing your interest for the position, availabilities and expectations) to [email protected].