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        • maidenhead, south east
        • temporary
        • £50,000 per year
        • randstad business support
        JOB TITLE- Regulatory Affairs Officer LOCATION- Remote,UK BasedDURATION- 6 Months (Opportunities for the right candidate)PAY- £28.20 Per hour (£55K)Hours: 37.5 Per weekThe ClientOur client is the number one global provider for rapid point of care tests, the constant performance improvements, and diagnostic tests have become increasingly valuable in enabling healthcare professionals to quickly and accurately screen for dangerous illnesses and administer the best care possible.More demand for Point Of Care testing means and increase and demand for faster treatment to patients around the world. Diagnostic laboratories are centralised, specialised facilities, with expensive equipment that needs regular maintenance and highly trained staff.The World Health Organisation has called for new diagnostic tests that can function in areas with little access to a central laboratory.Making diagnostic tests for the likes of HIV, Hepatitis, Malaria and the Flu The DepartmentAlthough this role is a remote position , the team do often operate out of the Maiden head office. Working closely with a number of authorities, this team works on ensuring all medical devices are approved and meet the regulatory UK standard. The candidate would check the legal requirements needed with the MHRA to meet this standard before you can place a medical device on the market. The RoleWorking across various business services this role is for a candidate experienced in In vitro Diagnostics. With Brexit having an effect on the Regulatory Affairs around Medicine and Medical Devices , the candidate will work in a team ensuring all of our clients products meet the MHRA and Regulatory expectations. The candidate will ensure that appropriate oversight of activities is maintained and any updates required are actioned, gathering and verifying documentation ahead of its registration with the MHRA. Essentially making sure all is up to the regulatory standard to be approved by the MHRA. The CandidateThe successful candidate will have experience or practice with in vitro diagnostics, this is a must for the role. The candidate will be able to pull together data and confidently liaise with other colleagues or professional authorities when required. We are looking for a productive , hands-on person who has their own initiative to teach and guide others in relation to the Regulatory Affairs at hand, and how they need to be registered. A supportive individual who pays close attention to detail and always acts in a professional manner would excel in this role. BackgroundAs previously mentioned we are looking for a candidate who has a large range of experience and skills within an In vitro diagnostic background. However a science background will be considered for the role, if the candidate holds other skills and passion. No official degree is needed as the client is eager to get an experienced candidate into the position, to hit the ground running. The candidate will have the success measured by the achievement of the regulatory project for MHRA being completed before the end of the year, as this is the department's aim. If this sounds like a role for you, then please attach an up to date CV and candidates deemed suitable will be contacted by a consultant. Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        JOB TITLE- Regulatory Affairs Officer LOCATION- Remote,UK BasedDURATION- 6 Months (Opportunities for the right candidate)PAY- £28.20 Per hour (£55K)Hours: 37.5 Per weekThe ClientOur client is the number one global provider for rapid point of care tests, the constant performance improvements, and diagnostic tests have become increasingly valuable in enabling healthcare professionals to quickly and accurately screen for dangerous illnesses and administer the best care possible.More demand for Point Of Care testing means and increase and demand for faster treatment to patients around the world. Diagnostic laboratories are centralised, specialised facilities, with expensive equipment that needs regular maintenance and highly trained staff.The World Health Organisation has called for new diagnostic tests that can function in areas with little access to a central laboratory.Making diagnostic tests for the likes of HIV, Hepatitis, Malaria and the Flu The DepartmentAlthough this role is a remote position , the team do often operate out of the Maiden head office. Working closely with a number of authorities, this team works on ensuring all medical devices are approved and meet the regulatory UK standard. The candidate would check the legal requirements needed with the MHRA to meet this standard before you can place a medical device on the market. The RoleWorking across various business services this role is for a candidate experienced in In vitro Diagnostics. With Brexit having an effect on the Regulatory Affairs around Medicine and Medical Devices , the candidate will work in a team ensuring all of our clients products meet the MHRA and Regulatory expectations. The candidate will ensure that appropriate oversight of activities is maintained and any updates required are actioned, gathering and verifying documentation ahead of its registration with the MHRA. Essentially making sure all is up to the regulatory standard to be approved by the MHRA. The CandidateThe successful candidate will have experience or practice with in vitro diagnostics, this is a must for the role. The candidate will be able to pull together data and confidently liaise with other colleagues or professional authorities when required. We are looking for a productive , hands-on person who has their own initiative to teach and guide others in relation to the Regulatory Affairs at hand, and how they need to be registered. A supportive individual who pays close attention to detail and always acts in a professional manner would excel in this role. BackgroundAs previously mentioned we are looking for a candidate who has a large range of experience and skills within an In vitro diagnostic background. However a science background will be considered for the role, if the candidate holds other skills and passion. No official degree is needed as the client is eager to get an experienced candidate into the position, to hit the ground running. The candidate will have the success measured by the achievement of the regulatory project for MHRA being completed before the end of the year, as this is the department's aim. If this sounds like a role for you, then please attach an up to date CV and candidates deemed suitable will be contacted by a consultant. Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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