Job Title: Regulatory Affairs Specialist

Location: Wokingham, Berkshire

If you’re a life science graduate with strong admin experience including the use of complex databases in medical device context and you’d like to hear about a fantastic contract opportunity with a major global medical device and healthcare company it would be great to hear from you.

Our client is a well know, global healthcare group with businesses spanning the entire range of medical needs. We are looking for someone to support part of their medical device portfolio in the role of regulatory affairs database administrator

Responsibilities

  • Ensure that the company products comply with relevant legislation and standards
  • Keeping ahead of international legislation, guidelines and customer practices
  • Keep up to date with a company’s product range
  • Knowledge of Medical Devices regulatory documentation
  • Develop and write clear strategies and arguments and explanations for a new product licenses, modifications and license renewals
  • Preparing submissions of license variations and renewals
  • Advise internally on regulatory requirements

What we are looking for

  • Life science degree or higher
  • Expertise of Medical Device Regulatory Affairs on a European Basis
  • Ability to interpreting legislation and impact to meet commercial needs
  • Capability of successful working relationships with regulatory bodies
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

**Must have the necessary visas to live and work in the UK**

TO APPLY

For further information please email your Word formatted CV in application to:

Jack Relfe

Resourcer – Blue Pelican Pharma

01892 507 134

Jack.relfe@bluepelican.com

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If this position is of interest please send us your CV here, or you can call Jack Relfe direct on 01892 507 134 to discuss this and other vacancies that may suit.

Jack Relfe

Associate Consultant - Pharma
Email: jack.relfe@bluepelican.com
Prior to joining Blue Pelican I worked within insurance, where I felt like I was not utilising my skills and it was just...