Scientific Officer, Dublin, Real Staffing

Published 2022-09-24
Expires 2022-10-24
ID #1181967564
Scientific Officer, Dublin, Real Staffing
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Scientific officer
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Is Medical Device regulation in Ireland a particular area of interest? Are you passionate about patient safety, and looking to develop your career within an organisation where this is absolute priority?

I am currently working with the HPRA, Ireland's regulatory body for medicines and devices for the benefit of humans and animals, to recruit for a Scientific Officer to join their Medical Devices team in their Assessment and Surveillance section.

The HPRA are committed to excellence in health product regulation through science, collaboration and innovation.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone early in their career, who would like to gain experience in Medical Device regulation. The HPRA is an excellent starting point for a successful career in the Medical Device industry, where you will have the opportunity to gain much sought after experience.

The Role

The Scientific Officer in this role will work collaboratively with management, team members and other stakeholders to ensure that medical device and IVD issues requiring cross-functional input are effectively investigated and followed up on.

You will undertake a variety of regulatory activities in device assessment throughout the product lifecycle, including the implementation of new medical device regulation and new IVD regulation at national and European levels.

This is a three year fixed term contract, with a strong possibility of that being extended depending on performance.

The Package:

The starting salary for this role is €35,359. You will also be able to avail of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme.

This role is based in the HPRA offices in Dublin 2, but you can avail of up to 2 days per week remote working. They also have the advantage of offering a 35 hour work week.

A relevant bachelors degree in Science, Engineering or a related discipline.
Previous experience working with implants (orthopaedic
and/or cardiovascular), infusion technologies, emergency care, and respiratory device, and good understanding of the medical device and IVD technologies regulated by the HPRA is a distinct advantage.
If you are interested in this role, or would like some more information, please apply here or contact me on.

To find out more about Real please visit www.realstaffing.com

Real Staffing, a trading division of SThree Partnership LLP is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy| Registered office | 1st Floor, 75 King William Street, London, EC4N 7BE, United Kingdom | Partnership Number | OC387148 England and Wales

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