Regulatory Affairs Analyst Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Regulatory Affairs Analyst in United States

The average salary of a(n) Regulatory Affairs Analyst in United States is $59,563.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Regulatory Affairs Analyst in United States is $28.64.

The average bonus of a(n) Regulatory Affairs Analyst in United States is $1,930.00.

Job Description:

Monitors and analyze issues in various phases of government regulatory procedures to identify trends important to the organization for use by management in decision making. Provides analysis and background material in responses to regulations, policies, and legislation. Participates in the development of organizational strategy to address regulatory affairs. Reviews and edits materials to meet regulatory requirements and organization policy. Reviews newsletters, articles, government publications, and other reports for background information on relevant topics. Develops and prepares data required for submission to regulatory bodies. Serves as liaison to task forces, committees, and work groups as assigned. Interfaces with key staff members in Strategic Planning Department, Product Development, Operations, Legal, and Customer Service Departments to meet scheduled submission dates. Communicates with representatives of Federal and State agencies and other outside organizations on issues related to the organization. Establishes and maintains relationships with appropriate organizations in the private sector to obtain information on subject areas of interest, and attends selected meetings on relevant topics. Participates in development, analysis, and report writing for the organization. Advises on the organization's position on proposals and assists in implementing the internal communications program regarding government legislation that affects the organization's operations. Monitors proposed legislation and regulations for possible impact and effect on the organization. Advises department manager when significant deviations occur from planned submission schedule or when product, testing, labeling, or service will be unlikely to meet regulatory requirements. May meet with government officials and other external parties to resolve grievances and/or advance positions. May represent the Regulatory Affairs Department in monthly legal process review. Less

Monitors and analyze issues in various phases of government regulatory procedures to identify trends important to the organization for use by management in decision making. Provides analysis and background material in responses to regulations, policies, and legislation. Participates in the... More

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