£20000 - £22000 per annum + pension, etc.
Opportunity for a science graduate to join a global medical device manufacturer who have a presence in 100+ countries. The company are committed to the development of new products to provide innovation to the healthcare industry and have a wide range of products that they supply into the NHS.
The company are looking for a graduate of a discipline such as medical engineering, biotechnology, biomedical engineering, biochemistry, chemistry, biology, etc. to join them to work in their regulatory department as a regulatory compliance technician. You will work closely with their regulatory compliance manager and will involve providing support for the maintenance of all technical files and the assistance in achieving compliance for all products.
Science graduate duties will include:
- Assisting in the maintenance of technical files and all relevant documentation
- Supporting the department in global registration activities
- Controlling and revising documents utilising electronic document control systems
- Implementing actions as directed by the department managers
- Liaising with other departments to support regulatory activities
To apply for the science graduate role, you will need:
- A degree level qualification in a relevant discipline such as medical engineering, biotechnology, biomedical engineering, biochemistry, chemistry, biology, etc.
- Relevant industry experience gained post-graduation or via a placement year/year in industry is desirable
- Excellent communication skills in both written and verbal formats
- Proficiency in the use of all Microsoft Office applications
In return, the science graduate will receive a salary of £20,000-£22,000 (dependent on experience) + pension, etc.
The role would suit graduates in the field of medical engineering, biotechnology, biomedical engineering, medical sciences, biomedical sciences, biochemistry, chemistry, biology, etc.
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