Quality and Regulatory Specialist

Company Name:
The Suburban Group, Inc.
This client is a very well established, highly respected, internationally recognized medical device organization in the dental market with a strong product line and equally impressive pipeline. They are committed to their employees and show this by offering a solid compensation and benefits package along with bonus structure and opportunities for advancement.

This client has engaged us to find a Quality and Regulatory Engineer to join their team. You will work with the Director of the group and with your colleagues to ensure safe, effective products come to market by maintaining regulatory and quality compliance.
You will show your expertise in effectively managing and administering internal audits, maintaining supplier quality and manufacturing support/transfers
Demonstrate your high levels of proficiency in the area of regulatory affairs by assisting with the submission of 510k's, Design Dossiers, DLA's, IDE's and PMA's.
Flex your 'quality muscles' in managing QS and QE initiatives as well as internal audits, supplier quality initiatives, and manufacturing support/transfers
You will stand out above your peers as you demonstrate solid understanding of continuing Quality and EHS systems improvements

You will have 2+ years experience in Quality and/or Regulatory in a medical device environment. The ideal background will have dental medical device experience (this will set you above all others)
You will be able to demonstrate your solid grasp of regulatory, quality and EHS principles
You have mastered effective communication techniques as well as standard office tools such as Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.
Demonstrated mastery of FDA, ISO, MDD, CMDCAS and OSHA standards

This client will offer relocation assistance for the right candidate and will consider strong candidates who may require sponsorship (must be in the US). They are looking to move quickly for the right person. Candidates should submit their CV along with salary requirements ASAP!

Mark Carlson
Sr. Vice President &
(774) 551-5900

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