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Permanent

Lead Regulatory Affairs Specialist

  • Location

    Irvine

  • Salary

    US$110000.00 - US$130000.00 per year

  • Sector

    Compliance

  • Job Ref

    29695

  • Contact

    Dustin Graham

  • Published

    17 days ago

Overview

The primary responsibility of the lead regulatory affairs specialist is to manage and perform regulatory submissions for local and worldwide regulatory agencies. The incombant is also responsible for ensuring products and procedures comply with regulatory agency specifications. Supports necessary regulatory activities required for product market entry and maintenance. The position requires a high level of innovative thought and problem-solving skills. Multiple tasks will need to be prioritized and responsibilities delegated to ensure department success. In addition to the above responsibilities, the regulatory specialist is required to interact with multiple departments within the organization as well as regulatory bodies.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develops strategies and implements plans to obtain FDA Approvals, CE Mark and other foreign regulatory approvals.
  • Manage and prepare regulatory submissions and registrations (FDA and EU regulatory entities)
  • Oversee IDE, PMA, 510(k), Design Dossiers, Technical Files, and other regulatory filings.
  • Maintain regulatory Technical Files, Device Master Records, Essential Requirements Checklist, Risk Analysis, and Design History Files.
  • Review changes to Existing Products, SOPs, DOPs, Test Methods, Process Changes, Design Changes, Labeling/Labels, and Field issues to define the requirements for regulatory submissions and notifications.
  • Support communication with FDA and Notified Body representative while preparing responses to deficiency letters and/or questions from regulatory agencies.
  • Represent Regulatory Affairs on Engineering & R&D product development project teams to ensure all regulatory requirements are met throughout the development process.


JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor's degree (B.S.) from four-year College or University.
  • Three (3) years minimum experience in regulatory affairs.
  • Current knowledge of FDA Guidelines, Medical Device Directives, and ISO 13485.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Quality and Regulatory concepts and application
  • Strong analytical, planning and organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal and communications skills (oral & written)
  • Self-starter with ability to work independently
  • Proficient in MS Office products.

Austin Vita is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Austin Vita is committed to being an equal opportunities employer, and encourages applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity status.

Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide individual feedback to unsuccessful applicants.