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Regulatory Affairs Specialist // North Carolina // Medical Device // 6 Months Initial Contract

Company: Barrington James Scientific
Location:
Reference: ME-REGS-NC
Closing Date: 17 Feb 17
Type: Contract
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits:

Job Summary:

The role will primarily involve aiding the development and execution of various FDA and internal submissions including PMAs, 510(k)s, IDEs and various lifecycle management submissions.

Requirements:

My client, a global medical device company, is looking for a motivated regulatory affairs specialist to join their team on an initial six month contract starting in the new year.

The role will primarily involve aiding the development and execution of various FDA and internal submissions including PMAs, 510(k)s, IDEs and various lifecycle management submissions.

Other duties will include; - Document review - Strategy development - Information compilation

Due to the nature of the role and the amount of responsibility given to the applicant, a bachelor’s degree with at least 5 years of experience in regulatory affairs is needed.

If you’re interested and want to find out more, either send me an email at mevans@barringtonjames.com or give me a call at 646-415-8221!  

Apply for this job: Regulatory Affairs Specialist // North Carolina // Medical Device // 6 Months Initial Contract

Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Rowan House
Smallfield Road
Horley
Surrey
RH6 9AU
England
Tel:  01293 776644

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