Regulatory Officer

Regulatory Officer
  • £20,000 - £25,000 per Annum
    ANNUM
  • Permanent
  • Chester, Cheshire, England, UK Chester Cheshire UK CH4 9QZ
Job Ref: J2163335
Sector: Engineering
Sub-sectors: Biotech/Life Sciences, Medical Devices
Date Added: 14 January 2022
We partner with a global medical technology company looking for a regulatory affairs administrator.

We partner with a global, established medical technology company with a wide-ranging product portfolio. They are currently looking for a recent graduate with an interested in a career in regulatory affairs to join their Chester team as a regulatory affairs administrator.

As a regulatory affairs administrator, you will be responsible for regulatory matters and requirements within the company to achieve agreed targets and schedules in order to maintain current/obtain new authorisations/registrations in RoW territories. Your aim objective will be to assist the RA team with all administrative matters. Some of your tasks and responsibilities are as follows:

  • Assisting with the day-to-day operations of the team, ensuring tasks are completed in a timely and effective manner.
  • Ensure purchase orders are raised as necessary and manage invoices for relevant projects
  • Communicate with partners, providing notifications and logging feedback
  • Ensuring maintenance of tracking spreadsheets of costs for budgeting purposes
  • Organise consular and translation services where applicable
  • Process CFS orders with the relevant bodies
  • Work with regulatory team and in-country distributors or contractors to facilitate the change notification process to determine regulatory requirements for product registrations
  • Prepare and process Letters of Authorisation according to market requirements, liaising with the Sinclair legal team as required
  • Work with in-country distributors or contractors to determine regulatory requirements for product registrations in responsible regions.
  • To ensure all authorisations / registrations related to established products are maintained
  • Monitor pending submissions to ensure timely approvals. Communicate to management any identified delays that may impact business expectations

As the ideal candidate, you will have been educated within a relevant scientific discipline and have an interested to go into a career involving medical devices, specifically regulatory affairs. You will have basic knowledge of the industry and a willingness to progress within the company. Efficient time management, communication and administrative skills are desired.

SRGTalent
13/02/2022 15:22:55
GBP 20000 25000 Annum

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