Position

Regulatory Affairs Specialist (Tarrytown, NY)


Department:

Regulatory

The Regulatory Specialist will assist the company to meet its regulatory responsibilities associated with the marketing of its medical device and medicinal products in Europe, Canada, Australia and other International markets. These responsibilities include requirements to:

Assess compliance of various medical devices with the “Essential Requirements”.

  • Review and approve device IFUs and product labels.
  • Classify devices under the appropriate rules for classification.
  • Generate and sign Declarations of Conformity.
  • Generate product Technical Files.
  • Compile CTD documentation
     

Major Responsibilities/Activities:

  • Assess products for any risks to patients from a toxicological, clinical. microbiological or manufacturing perspective and completing Risk Analyses to meet the requirements of ISO14971. (20%)
  • To assess biocompatibility and compliance with ISO10993 (10%)
  • -Critically evaluate clinical data by literature review and update the evaluation as appropriate with the PMCF (post market clinical follow up) report. (10%)
  • Review and approve device IFUs and product labels. (20%)
  • Keep abreast of regulatory developments, guidelines and regulations, including MEDDEV, GHTF and IMDRF guidelines, and proactively generate Gap Analyses to determine how the changes affect the Company (10%)
  • Ensure all components of the Technical files are maintained up to date and reviewed on a regular basis. (5%)
  • Review all changes for their impact on the Risk Analysis (5%)
  • Liaise with the European Authorised Representative and the European in-country marketing staff as appropriate (5%)
  • Compile CTD documentation or assemble in formats dictated by the market (15%)

Minimum Requirements

EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION: 

  • Bachelor's Degree in Scientific or health related field.         

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: 

  • Knowledge of medical device regulatory requirements        
  • A degree of clinical knowledge (particularly dental)
  • To have toxicological understanding, particularly of polymers
  • Relevant microbiological knowledge including disinfection and preservative efficacy

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: 

  •  Experience and ability to undertake the main responsibilities of the job
  • 2+ years of experience in medical device Regulatory Affairs

 

Prestige-Tarrytown enjoys a HYBRID work week. In this role, you will work in the Tarrytown Office on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and on Mondays and Fridays you may work from home for a total of 40+ hour work week.

SPONSORSHIP: NOT AVAILABLE for this role.

RELOCATION: NOT AVAILABLE for this role.


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