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Abbott Associate Manager Regulatory Affairs in Maidenhead, United Kingdom
Abbott is a global healthcare leader that helps people live more fully at all stages of life. Our portfolio of life-changing technologies spans the spectrum of healthcare, with leading businesses and products in diagnostics, medical devices, nutritionals and branded generic medicines. Our 103,000 colleagues serve people in more than 160 countries.
Abbott Diagnostics' broad range of innovative instruments and tests meets the needs of blood banks and laboratories of all specialties and sizes around the world. These products have helped transform the practice of medical diagnosis from an art to a science by greatly contributing to the modern diagnostics industry through our commitment to improving patient care.
Abbott Diagnostics (ADD) will be recruiting for an Associate Manager, Regulatory Affairs to support UK medical device product registrations.
Primary Objective of Position
· Serves as UK Authorized Representative (AR)
Responsible for UK product registrations
Identifies and reports new or changed regulations
Supports commercial organization with the required Regulatory Documentation
Supports product notification in EU countries
Acts as EU Regulatory backup
Responsible for vigilance reporting of medical device incidents (MDI) and Field Safety Corrective Actions (FSCA) and related correspondence to UK competent authorities
Serves as the main contact between the UK authorities and country affiliate
Performs product registrations, following the UK requirements, processes and timings
Reviews UK laws & regulations and elevates according to ADD elevation process
Supports locally developed Ad Promo material review and approval
Ensures performance evaluations requirements are met: guidance, notifications, submissions, follow-up with authorities and ethic committees
Supports customers and tender with RA documentation:
Generates and maintains RA documents
Coordinate its availability with QA organisation
Represents RA in the key country trade associations
Supports RA activities in the EU/EFTA countries, as needed
Vigilance Reports to be reviewed and sent to UK Competent Authority for Abbott Diagnostics (ADD) and Abbott Molecular (AMD) products (In Vitro Diagnostics & Molecular Diagnostics) according to shared service agreements.
Requests from UK Competent Authority to be reviewed and responses to be collected, consolidated and submitted according expected time line
Follow-up reports to be sent to UK Competent Authority as requested or committed
Stay up to date on vigilance related regulation and guidelines applicable for UK, and EEA countries & Switzerland.
Support of EU Vigilance team as Vigilance contact back-up for EEA countries & Switzerland
- Solid scientific background (Degree in Medicine, Biology, Chemistry or Similar)
Demonstrated experience in regulatory affairs in the diagnostic/medical device industry, ideally with experience of In Vitro Diagnostics
Experience to work in an international work environment or on international projects is required
Project management and negotiation skills
Ability to work independently
Proficient in English
Knowledge of PC- and internet based applications
Impact of position
Operates under Quality and Regulatory directives
Follows local regulations and European guidelines for vigilance
As you’d expect from a global healthcare company, we offer a fantastic range of benefits including competitive salaries, a superb defined contribution pension scheme, private healthcare, life assurance and a flexible benefits scheme.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Abbot welcomes and encourages diversity in our workforce.
We provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities.
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