Junior Regulatory Specialist

We are seeking UK-based applicants for a full-time position in our core team

Full-time/ Permanent
Competitive/ negotiable + bonus + 3% employer pension contribution
Annual Leave
28 days + bank holidays
Rotherham/ Sheffield, UK + remote working
Application closing date
13th July 2023
Job start date
Casual office environment + Cycle2Work Scheme

We are not currently recruiting for this role

Job description

The successful applicant will be part of a dynamic, growing and innovative regulatory consulting company.

You must have a Bachelor's degree in a life science field, medical devices or a biomedical field with 2:1 or above. Our Junior Regulatory Specialist role does not require prior regulatory experience, but it is demanding and we need an exceptional person with appropriate qualifications who wants a stimulating career in the medical device regulatory field.

Essential requirements

  • A degree in a relevant life sciences subject, medical devices, or a biomedical field with 2:1 or above
  • Excellent English verbal & written communication skills with a keen eye for detail
  • At least one year's working industry experience
  • An understanding of international regulatory affairs including EU MDD/ MDR, FDA, and other regulations
  • Ability to grasp new concepts quickly and to understand/ evaluate scientific data
  • Ability to work under strict deadlines
  • Can work independently and as a part of the team
  • Legally allowed to work in the UK and can travel to company HQ weekly
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Office

The role is flexible for both on-site and remote working, but because travel to company HQ near Sheffield will be required on a weekly basis, we are only offering the role to UK-based applicants.

Full training will be provided and the successful applicant will work under the direct supervision of the Senior Regulatory Specialist.

Key tasks

  • Supporting any medical writing tasks, such as literature search, reviews and clinical data analysis
  • Working in a dynamic team creating documents such as regulatory submissions and Technical Files for new and current medical devices
  • Assisting in reviewing new and existing internal regulations and ensuring they're up to date based on product/ service and business changes
  • Assisting in compiling regulatory affairs policies, changes, etc. and developing training for any new procedures when required
  • Learning various regulatory frameworks and ongoing regulatory guidance, as well as applying them in creating new products and services
  • Writing articles and creating content for the company website

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