The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) Is Inviting qualified, honest, self motivated and experienced applicants for the following post:.
JOB VACANCY: Chief Regulatory Officer, Grade D2 ( 1 Post)
Repotting to the Head, licensing and Enforcement (110), the incumbent will be responsible for the following among other duties:
Duties And Responsibilities
• Man., and lead team members in the execution of all aspects of the MCA/ Strategic plan of the Licensing Unit,
• Verify completeness of applications for promises and person licenses accepted by Regulatory Officers;
• Lead in processing and issuing of person and premises permits, conducting forensic lectures and professing Section 75 applications;
• Approve Section 75 authorization letters for individuals and institutions:
• Approve application for donations;
• Approve narcotic, psychotropic and precursor substances application
• Conduct forensic lectures for Pharmacy Technicians and Pharmacists;
• Accept and review advertisements of medicines submitted for approval
• Carry out cGMP inspections;
• Lead Licensing team in ensuring adherence to ISO 17020 AND 9001 requirements;
• Participate in the implementation of performance management system.
Qualifications And Experience
• Bachelor of Pharmacy Honors Degree or equivalent.
• Relevant Post Graduate Degree is an add. advantage.
• At least free (5) years working experience in the Licensing and Enforcement Division or relevant regulatory experience
• Sound knowledge of GMP principles and competence in inspections.
• Ability to motivate inculcate
• Effective interpersonal skills, public communication skills and proficiency in English.
How To Apply
Applicants should send their curriculum vitae, certified copies of qualifications, experience and expected salary and benefits to:
Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe
106 Baines Avenue/ Comer Thin! Street
P.O Box 10559 HARARE
Closing Date:4th February 2022
Disclaimer. The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe does not charge any fees to respondents to this advertisement nor to those who become successful. Applicants are advised to deal with caution if approached in regard to any offer to facilitate the applications process.