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Philips Regulatory Affairs Specialist in Zaventem, Belgium


In this role, you have the opportunity to

Be part of the Regulatory Affairs team in the Zaventem office. You will work in an international setting with global stakeholders.

Candidates coming from R&D or Quality within Image Guided Therapy (IGT) who are interested to work in Regulatory Affairs are also welcome to apply.

You are responsible for

  • Setting up and maintaining all regulatory files

-Verifying overview of regulatory status in all countries of EMEAI, LATAM & APAC

-Set up action plan of registration – re registration

  • Verification with Sales and Marketing team

-Action plan for new products to be registered

  • Verification and close interactions with Sale and Marketing

  • Preparing and submitting product registration files to obtain or to keep marketing approval and import licenses per local Regulatory requirements for CE marked/FDA cleared devices in the countries of IGT-D’s distribution (EMEAI,LATAM & APAC) in order to ensure that IGT_D’s products comply with the regulations

  • Coordinating documents (CE certifications, Declaration of Conformities, IFU’s) to obtain requested licenses, notarizations, apostille, foreign embassy authentications

  • Following up on registration process in all regions and filing of all registration documents

  • Informing dedicated groups of interest and the approval process in QMS and ERP systems

You are a part of

You are part of a motivated team, which enables the commercialization of IGT-D medical devices in compliance with international regulations. We team up to win and we strive to deliver fast and compliant business solutions.

The team consists of 7 people, of which 2 are working in Zaventem, 1 in Costa Rica and 4 in the US.

To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience

  • Sciences degree – (biomedical, medical of similar degree)

  • A minimum of 5 years in the Regulatory Affairs in a medical device company is required

  • Languages: English (written and spoken), knowledge of other languages is a plus point

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word and Excel

  • Software medical devices experience is a plus

  • Experience working with RA in EMEAI, LATAM & APAC

  • Experience in a corporate environment and effectively work across departments

  • APAC/Latin America experience is a plus

  • Excellent researching skills.

  • Proven organization skills and multi-tasking abilities.

  • Open mindedness to new techniques or approaches.

  • Excellent communication skills and able to speak in public

In return, we offer you

We welcome you to a challenging, innovative environment with great opportunities for you to explore. Our benefits are very competitive and designed around your preferences.

Why should you join Philips?

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