Do you have experience in medical devices and regulations? Are you solutions focused? If so, read on!
Working for Philips RDT, a global leader in healthcare technology, you will have the opportunity to grow and develop within the role. This is a temporary role for 3-6 months.
Benefits:Free on site car parkWeekly payAccess to Randstad benefits including high street discounts and wellbeing servicesClean office environmentGreat transport links33 days holiday per year
Hours of work and Salary:Monday - Friday37.5 hours PER WEEK08:45AM to 17:00PMCapacity to work from home
The role of the Regulatory specialist is to provide the input and delivery for Remote Diagnostics Technologies (RDT) Sustainability Program, with the primary responsibility in producing the required documentary review and evidence for compliance to product sustainability standards (global/national/regional) throughout the business.
You are a part of a global company within a business providing remote monitoring and resuscitation solutions for pre-hospital and critical care services that are truly lifesaving. A highly focused project team charged with the delivery of a business-critical program, within an ever-changing environment, located initially in Basingstoke, and from 2021 in Farnborough UK. The sustainability project team is tasked to deliver regulatory compliance for the range of products in a rapidly and continually changing environment.
Responsibilities:Review of all RDT products for compliance to global and national sustainability standardsEstablishing documentation plans with the sustainability program manager in accordance with Philips internal requirementsProducing the documented evidence to support the compliance to all program sustainability requirementsLiaising with all relevant contributors to deliver timely and accurate completion of documentationEstablishing the documentation delivery plan with the Sustainability Program Manager with targets and milestonesEngaging and contributing to program team meetingsProviding where required routine activity and progress status updatesCommunication of identified risks to program timelines to the Sustainability Program Manager
Requirements :A Bachelor's Degree, preferably in a technical discipline is require5 + years of related experience working in Medical Device and/or other regulated industry (e.g., Pharma, IVD) requiredWorking knowledge of appropriate global medical device requirements, regulations, and standards such as ISO 13485, ISO 14971, EU MDD/MDR, FDA QSR, WEEE, RoHS, REACh, Biocidal Products Regulations, etc…Attention to detail and accuracy, good organizational and planning skillsSolutions focused and strong team player but also able to work reliably as an individual contributorDemonstrated ability to meet deadlinesSolid oral and written communication skills
If this role is of interest, please apply today and a member of the team will make contact with you to discuss your application.