Title:  Coordinator, MLR

Date:  Jul 21, 2022
Location:  Sun - Princeton - Corporate Office
Company:  Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, Inc (USA)

Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Inc. is the fifth largest generic pharmaceutical company in the world, and rapidly building brand presence. We manufacture, market and distribute pharmaceuticals to the nation’s largest wholesalers, distributors, warehousing and non-warehousing chain drugstores as well as managed care providers. Our goal is to continue to develop and market quality products that bring value to our customers and ultimately the patient. Current manufacturing capabilities allow Sun Pharma to develop products across most therapeutic categories.


At Sun Pharma we believe our people are an invaluable asset. Our culturally diverse workforce is one of our biggest strengths, along with the rich experience they bring across varied skill-sets. We are proud that our global workforce is bound by our common values:


                                              Humility. Integrity. Passion. Innovation.




Job Summary:

MLR Coordinator will report to the Head of Healthcare Compliance North America (HCNA) and work with members of Sun’s promotional review committee, referred to as the HCNA Medical Legal Regulatory (MLR) Committee, to ensure completion of reviews and approvals of commercial and medical submissions to the MLR Committee.

The Medical Legal Regulatory Review (MLR) Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating all relevant material for specified brands and routing this material through an approval process.


Essential Job Functions:

  • Coordinate the development and distribution of MLR agendas
  • Submit all materials being reviewed into electronic routing system
  • Coordinate and facilitate the MLR meeting flow as it relates to the distributed agenda
  • Accurately document any requested changes and/or edits to relevant materials by the MLR and distribute to the originators for verification
  • Work with the relevant brand and/or functional team and agency of record (AOR) to ensure changes requested by the MLR are completed
  • Initiate timely submission of approved pieces to Regulatory
  • Oversee, track and ensure annual re-review of all relevant material

Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Minimum 2 years of related office experience with an in-depth knowledge of general office practices and management of electronic document control system; related experience in the pharmaceutical industry is preferred
  • Knowledge of general office practices, procedures and equipment
  • Proven track record of managing multiple projects simultaneously
  • Excellent keyboard skills, with experience using Microsoft Office
  • Skilled in real time editing of documents and materials within Adobe Acrobat
  • Experience with electronic document control/management system; Veeva PromoMats preferred
  • Exceptional communication, problem solving, attention to detail
  • Strong interpersonal, teamwork, organizational and workload planning skills

Ability to act independently and take initiative

Nearest Major Market: Miami