Director, Regulatory Policy, Aspac, Perth, Johnson & Johnson

Published 2022-09-24
Expires 2022-10-24
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Director, Regulatory Policy, Aspac, Perth, Johnson & Johnson
Australia, Perth, Perth,
Published September 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Director, regulatory policy, aspac

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Johnson & Johnson is recruiting for a Director, Regulatory Affairs Policy, located in Singapore.

Serves as the Johnson & Johnson MedTech Regulatory Affairs policy leader monitoring the Asia-Pacific regulatory landscape to craft regulatory requirements and opportunities. Communicates multifaceted regulatory information to and collaborates with the Global Regulatory Affairs Policy team.

Key Responsibilities:

Serves as primary ASPAC regulatory affairs policy authority and the principal MedTech RA policy leader shaping and implementing the fast paced and changing regulatory landscape in Asia Pacific including two of the most meaningful markets, China and Japan, to Johnson & Johnson

Proactively monitors ASPAC regulatory authorities’ activity through detailed review of emerging regulatory requirements.

Identifies, cultivates, and nurtures relationships with ASPAC regulatory authorities vital to proactively monitor regulatory changes and trends.

Assesses changes in ASPAC regulatory policy and analyzes impact on MedTech RA and business units

Provides timely information to Global Regulatory Policy teams on emerging requirements

Lead Johnson & Johnson and trade associations responses to proposed ASPAC regulatory changes.

The point of contact for emerging environmental, health and safety requirements in ASPAC



BA/BS required, Master's degree preferred.

Experience and Skills:


8+ years of progressive experience in regulatory affairs, regulatory policy, public policy, or government relations within the medical devices or related (healthcare, pharmaceutical) industry.

Sophisticated communication and influencing skills including the ability to interact optimally with Senior Executives, all levels of government, global teams and internal and external policy collaborators

In-depth knowledge of regional regulatory requirements, processes, and Health Authorities across is required

In-depth understanding and experience on China and Asia Pacific regional regulatory issues

Experience in crafting healthcare policy in China and other Asia Pacific countries

Understanding Asia Pacific and country environment and culture

Good network and reputation within J&J organization and with regulator, industry associations and industry authorities

Critical thinker with a global perspective

Leadership, collaboration, and teammate.

Capable of influencing external industry peers in building consensus for regulatory policy.

A person with high ethical standards and integrity.


Experience collaborating with and influencing regional collaborators is preferred


International travel is required at least 10% of the time

At Johnson & Johnson, we’re on a mission to change the trajectory of health for humanity. That starts by creating the world’s healthiest workforce. Through cutting-edge programs and policies, we empower the physical, mental, emotional and financial health of our employees and the ones they love. As such, depending on location and subject to local legislation, candidates offered employment may be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or, in certain countries, secure an approved accommodation prior to the commencement of employment to support the well-being of our employees, their families and the communities in which we live and work. If you are invited to interview for the position, your recruiter will advise on the vaccine requirement status in your geographic location.

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Other Locations
Asia Pacific-New Zealand, Asia Pacific-Taiwan, Asia Pacific-South Korea, Asia Pacific-China, Asia Pacific-Malaysia, Asia Pacific-Vietnam, Asia Pacific-China-Hong Kong S.A.R., Asia Pacific-Philippines, Asia Pacific-Japan, Asia Pacific-Australia, Asia Pacific-Indonesia, Asia Pacific-India, Asia Pacific-Thailand
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