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Head of Regulatory Affairs

KSQ Therapeutics has pioneered CRISPR-based cancer drug discovery and is now poised to enter the clinic with highly novel small and large molecule-based medicines and cellular therapies. We seek a dynamic, experienced and visionary professional to establish and lead a regulatory affairs and operations group, that will report to the Chief Medical Officer. The individual must have capacity to progress multiple KSQ medicines into the clinic and to work in a hands-on manner as s/he establishes the regulatory affairs/operations group.


  • Design global regulatory strategy from pre-IND to approval for all KSQ medicines
  • Establish and lead regulatory affairs/operations group
  • Lead preparation, submission and approval of all regulatory dossiers for clinical trials including timelines
    • Pre-INDs, INDs, briefing packages, annual reports, safety reports, clinical protocols, investigator brochures, amendments, supplements, BLAs, NDAs, MAAs et al.
  • Lead transparent and proactive communications with global regulatory authorities
  • Build effective working relationships with the regulatory agency and follow-up closely on approvals of product registration and variations
  • Develop Regulatory Affairs and Operations SOPs
  • Ensure compliance with existing regulatory applications (e.g., IND maintenance including submission of Safety Reports, investigator documentation and Annual Reports)
  • Drive adherence to regulatory guidelines by monitoring changes in key global guidance documents, regulations, and directives; effectively communicate any impact of these changes on KSQ's development programs
  • Manage labelling changes, safety updates, artwork development and artwork approval of packaging material components


  • Minimum BA/BS, preferably in a scientific discipline
  • Minimum 10+ years of regulatory affairs experience
  • Experience and knowledge in the preparation of global regulatory submissions (e.g., original IND/IND amendments, CTAs, NDA/BLA/MAA)
  • Knowledge and understanding of applicable global regulations, guidance documents and regulatory pathways
  • Knowledge of eCTD content/format requirements.
  • Ability to generate development options and present risk/benefit analyses to collaborate and influence cross functional teams
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work effectively in a team environment via influence, collaboration and consideration of multiple view points
  • Highly motivated, independent thinker with good problem-solving ability, attention to detail and capacity to multi-task
  • Must be highly skilled in the use of MS Word, MS Project and spreadsheet programs to prepare outlines, summaries, status reports, templates and slides for distribution and communication.

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