Responsible Pharmacist - Pretoria

Only SA Citizens need apply.

Strict screening in terms of requirements will be adhered to. Only applications with the below experience and skills will be considered.

Our market leading pharmaceutical client is looking for a Responsible Pharmacist to occupy the above mentioned vacancy.  Reports to dynamic, fast paced CEO and will be responsible for ensuring registration of products and the achievement of regulatory and quality compliance within SA and cross border.

Please make sure that you have all the MINIMUM requirements before applying for the position. 


B. Pharm Degree

Qualified Pharmacist registered with the SA Pharmacy Council

7-10 years regulatory Pharmacist experience

Business qualification or training

Financial acumen

Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills

Valid driver’s license and own car

Computer literacy particularly MS Office
Excellent communication skills – written and verbal Must be presentable

Sound planning and organizational ability Energetic and capable of working independently

Must be willing to work under pressure

Must be hard working and self-motivated

Proven self-starter and motivator

Strong numerical ability and interpersonal skills


The responsibilities of this job involves liaising with manufacturers, Medicines Control Council during the regulatory process, handling of complex quality issues in order to satisfy Sales and Marketing, Health Care Practitioners (HCP) and other customers within the market.

Liaise and advise regulatory and packaging development personnel at the various locations on issues arising or any amendments required for labelling of products.

Regulate release of finished product

Ensuring the registration of products and maintenance of dossiers

Functional reporting to Head of company Regulatory executive

The main responsibility is that of Responsible Pharmacist in terms of the South African Pharmacy Council.

Monitor, report and analyse variance between actual performance and budgets and implement corrective measures.

Monthly Sales & marketing analysis in order to assess past and future campaigns

Compiling and submission of Sales & Marketing plans

To ensure understanding of the Medicines Control Council guidelines and pass assessments

Handle (PVG) complaints and refer to the relevant responsible person ie. PVG Manager

Ensure that complaints are addressed and handled within the required timelines to comply with the SOPs.

Package: R480k p.a TCTC

Should you not have received a response to your application within two weeks of submitting your CV, please consider your application unsuccessful. Your CV will be kept on file for any further suitable positions.

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