Danaher Corporation Staff Regulatory Affairs in Co. Clare, Ireland
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The Staff Regulatory Affairs, New Product Development for Beckman Diagnostics is a high-level strategist, individual contributor and subject-matter-expert responsible for creating and executing regulatory strategies for pre-market activities and managing complex issues that may have significant impact on the business.
This position is in the Hematology and Urinalysis business unit based in Miami, part of the Regulatory Affairs team, reporting to the Senior Manager of Regulatory Affairs. The role will be fully remote (CST/EST time zones) or may work hybrid in Miami, FL (Relocation eligible).
This individual is accountable for leading global regulatory initiatives, working with third parties as appropriate. They will build consensus while championing global regulatory initiatives for projects and drive pre-market regulatory initiatives to ensure the development and implementation of sophisticated and aggressive regulatory strategies to give Beckman Coulter a driven competitive edge.
If you thrive in a fast-paced role and want to contribute to a world-class Regulatory Affairs organization—read on!
In this role, you will have the opportunity to:
Author global pre-market submissions, including 510(k)s and PMA supplements to the U.S. FDA in alignment with pre-market and post-market strategies.
Collaborate with Program Managers and technical staff, cross functional project teams to provide regulatory strategy for devices and resolve action items and deliverables needed for market clearance.
Apply AI and ML in the development of next generation technology.
Establish the need for and prepare regulatory submissions, negotiate the resolution of agency questions, and secure market clearance and/or approval for new products and/or changes to existing products.
Create and manage Technical Files in compliance with IVDR and work with international colleagues on establishing design dossiers for their intended market for new product development and design changes.
Secure necessary country licenses (country approvals), certificates (e.g. CFGs, COE), and renewals (e.g. CE renewals) required to market company’s products in that geography.
Prepare the vital documentation and secure approvals and respond to regulatory agency inquiries.
Apply and/or write complete the following certificates: FDA Certificates to Government and Export Certificates, Certificates of Free Sales, and Declaration of Conformity.
Lead legalization, Apostille, and notarization process.
Support the manufacturing lines when nonconformance exists to ensure appropriate regulatory assessments and requirements and provide regulatory oversight in support of design changes.
Advise business teams to consider the impact of current or emerging regulatory issues, works with colleagues globally to facilitate.
Ensure company practices are consistent with the corporate regulatory risk posture.
Assure sound post-market product regulatory strategies including minimizing the risk of negative post-market submissions needed for design changes, such as agency review delays.
The essential requirements of the job include:
Bachelor's Degree with 9+ years of experience in life sciences, or a Master’s degree with 7+ Years of experience in life sciences, or Doctorate with 4 years of experience in life sciences
Subject matter expertise in registration and commercialization of medical devices, including 510(k) to the FDA
Demonstrated experience developing effective pre-market regulatory strategies
Experience with medical device development process, design changes and design controls; establishing and implementing premarket regulatory strategy; writing and submitting premarket submissions to regulatory agencies; preparing submissions for FDA establishment registrations, Canadian site license renewals, US State licenses and USDA licenses.
Experience communicating with regulatory agencies including FDA, Health Canada and EU regulatory agencies.
FDA audits in multiple roles (regulatory representative, back-room lead, scribe, etc.) and capability to pull data and provide supporting documentation in a timely manner when faced with limited time and resources.
Works well independently, and is pragmatic with strong problem-solving skills.
Experience working with cross-functional product development teams to ensure regulatory compliance.
It would be a plus if you also possess previous experience in:
Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of regulations and guidelines governing in-vitro diagnostics.
Knowledge of EU IVDR regulations is a plus, not required.
International experience with products in China or Europe
Danaher is committed to a diverse and inclusive culture where everyone feels they belong, and all voices are heard. We believe in our associates and the unique perspectives they bring to every challenge, which is why we’ll empower you to push the boundaries of what’s possible.
When you join us, you’ll also be joining Danaher’s global organization, where 80,000 people wake up every day determined to help our customers win. As an associate, you’ll try new things, work hard, and advance your skills with guidance from dedicated leaders, all with the support of powerful Danaher Business System (https://www.danaher.com/how-we-work/danaher-business-system) tools and the stability of a tested organization.
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