Regulatory Affairs Specialist

Posted on Apr 13, 2019 by EPM Scientific

Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein Germany
Engineering
Immediate Start
Annual Salary
Full-Time

Regulatory Affairs Specialist (Permanent position)

Job type: Permanent

Location: Schleswig - Holstein

Salary: Competitive

A leading reputable Medical Device company is currently seeking to hire a Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist to join their growing team in Schleswig-Holstein. Employees will add value to the ever-growing Medical Device industry by contributing towards developing and improving regulatory affairs in the Medical Device industry.

Key responsibilities of the Regulatory Affairs Specialist include:

  • Ensure EU and international regulations by collaborating with other departments such as product development, quality management, marketing and customers.
  • Writing and improving technical documentation, which includes clinical evaluation.
  • Encourage and innovate the development of regulatory affairs.
  • Analyse documentation and providing feedback to other departments and regulatory staff.
  • Carry out risk assessment on the documentation.

Key requirements of the Regulatory Affairs Specialist include:

  • The ideal candidate should have an engineering or science background.
  • 4+ years of experience in Medical Devices.
  • A consolidated understanding and knowledge in regulatory affairs in the Medical Device industry e.g. MDD, MDR, Risk Management, Clinical Evaluation.
  • A bachelor's degree.

Benefits:

  • Great bonuses available depending on performance.
  • A great allowance on a company's car.
  • Health-care and pension schemes available.
  • Potential relocation package.

If you are interested in the manager position, apply online today or contact Melissa Wong at for more information.

Regulatory Affairs Specialist (Permanent position) Job type: Permanent Location: Schleswig - Holstein Salary: Competitive A leading reputable Medical Device company is currently seeking to hire a Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist to join their growing team in Schleswig-Holstein. Employees will add value to the ever-growing Medical Device industry by contributing towards developing and improving regulatory affairs in the Medical Device industry. Key responsibilities of the Regulatory Affairs Specialist include: •Ensure EU and international regulations by collaborating with other departments such as product development, quality management, marketing and customers. •Writing and improving technical documentation, which includes clinical evaluation. •Encourage and innovate the development of regulatory affairs. •Analyse documentation and providing feedback to other departments and regulatory staff. •Carry out risk assessment on the documentation. Key requirements of the Regulatory Affairs Specialist include: •The ideal candidate should have an engineering or science background. •4+ years of experience in Medical Devices. •A consolidated understanding and knowledge in regulatory affairs in the Medical Device industry e.g. MDD, MDR, Risk Management, Clinical Evaluation. •A bachelor's degree. Benefits: •Great bonuses available depending on performance. •A great allowance on a company's car. •Health-care and pension schemes available. •Potential relocation package. If you are interested in the manager position, apply online today or contact Melissa Wong at for more information.

Reference: 693015134

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