Regulatory Affairs Associate - Medical Devices

Research Instruments
Scientific Services & Pharmaceuticals
Falmouth, Cornwall
Salary Details
£25,000 - £30,000 per annum
Job Type
Closing Date
The Regulatory Affairs Associate role presents an exceptional opportunity for a graduate looking to become part of an expanding team.

Job Description

You will be responsible for compiling and maintaining technical files, the preparation and submission of global regulatory documents and providing regulatory compliance guidance.

This role will require working with internal functional teams, competent authorities, and international regulatory agencies.

What are my responsibilities?

  • Manage the creation, development and maintenance of Technical Files
  • Management of product and process risk analysis.
  • Plan and co-ordinate product verification and validation activities/programs.
  • Provide regulatory guidance to internal teams in the planning of new product development and changes to existing products and processes
  • Work with your line manager to maintain device licences and authorisations for existing products.
  • Review labelling, marketing and training materials for regulatory compliance.
  • Provide regulatory support during internal and external audits.

What you'll need to succeed

  • Degree in scientific or engineering discipline preferred. It will be highly advantageous if a candidate has previously worked within the biomedical industry.
  • Quality assurance and regulatory affairs experience ideally gained within the medical device, pharmaceutical or electrical/electronic product industry
  • Familiar with ISO 13485, FDA 21 CFR 820, ISO 14971 and MDR 2017/745 requirements
  • Good level of IT literacy, including MS Word and Excel
  • Good verbal and written communication skills and attention to detail
  • Self-motivated, results-oriented with an ability to resolve problems effectively and efficiently.
  • Willingness to learn and get involved in a variety of tasks

Company Description

Join an ambitious and exciting biomedical company at the forefront of technological advances within the fertility field. Based in the stunning coastal setting of Falmouth, Cornwall, RI’s reach extends to all four corners of the globe selling its products in over 100 countries. We offer a stimulating, collaborative and innovative working environment and also the peace of mind that the job you will do can make a difference in helping couples to fulfil their dreams of starting a family.

RI is a leading developer and manufacturer of single use and active class II medical devices for use in the assisted reproduction industry. We are part of the Cooper Surgical group, a prominent provider of women’s healthcare solutions and reach a global market.

Other Application Details

Salary: £25,000 - £30,000 (Plus Pension contribution)
Duration: Permanent (3 months' probation period)

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