Altria Group is a FORTUNE 200 company that owns the premier tobacco companies in the United States including Philip Morris USA, U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company, John Middleton and Nu Mark. The companies’ brands include Marlboro, Copenhagen, Skoal, Black & Mild, MarkTen and VERVE. Altria also owns Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, one of the country’s top premium wine producers, and Philip Morris Capital Corporation, an investment company. Altria’s mission is to own and develop financially disciplined businesses that are leaders in responsibly providing adult tobacco and wine consumers with superior branded products. Altria Client Services’ role is to help Altria Group and its operating companies responsibly meet their business goals by providing the high quality services they require in a financially disciplined way. The role of Regulatory Affairs is to lead, organize and coordinate the execution of FDA-related tobacco compliance, regulatory reporting, health sciences and engagement activities for Altria's family of companies. We are currently seeking a highly qualified Temporary Professional to join our Regulatory Affairs department in Richmond, Virginia. This is a temporary one-year opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a fast-paced regulatory environment. The selected individual will assist in activities to develop and enhance Food and Drug Administration (FDA) related regulatory submissions planning and research infrastructure for Altria’s tobacco companies. Specific Duties May Include: * Analyzing and summarizing FDA actions related to product regulatory submissions, including FDA marketing orders and decision summaries, to inform product submission strategies. * Working with internal teams to develop product regulatory submission related communications, dashboards, and metrics for internal stakeholder audiences. * Conducting product regulatory submissions research and data analysis to inform Operating Company strategies. * Assisting with other submission related projects as needed.
Qualifications Include: * Bachelor’s degree, with a technical degree (e.g., engineering or science) preferred * A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher is preferred * Interest in/familiarity with FDA regulations * Superior analytical, written, and presentation skills * Ability to conduct research, and assess and apply information in a strategic fashion * Ability to assimilate and integrate large amounts of information to help find creative solutions to complex problems * Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office tools. Candidates must pass a drug-screen and background check prior to employment. Pay for a temporary professional position is commensurate based on education and experience.
Each Altria company is an equal opportunity employer. We consider qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other protected class.