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Location: Marcy l'Etoile, France
Position Type: Unfixed Term
Job Function: Regulatory Affairs
A family-owned company, bioMérieux has grown to become a world leader in the field of in vitro diagnostics. For almost 60 years and across the world, we have imagined and developed innovative diagnostics solutions to improve public health. Today, our teams are spread across 45 countries and serve 160 countries with the support of a large distribution network.
Come and join a family-owned global company with a long-term vision, and a human-centered culture.
What will be your activites at bioMérieux?
The Regulatory Affairs Market team is looking for a Regulatory Affairs Manager for supporting all business regions (EME-AFRICA-ASPAC-LATAM-NORAM) in the frame of new RA organization.
The RA Market Dev & Support team composed of 9 people based in France and in United States.
The activities performed by the team are :
Reporting to the RA Market Director, your main responsibilities will be:
Who are you ?
With a scientific background (master degree) and specialized in regulatory affairs, you have at least 5 years of professional experience in regulatory affairs, either in medical devices or in a "Region" position. You have a previous experience in team management and your leadership is recognized.
You have good communication skills, you know how to interact in an international environment and your English level allows you to influence, challenge and negotiate. Speaking Spanish would be an advantage.
Finally your strong coordination and prioritization capacities along with your solution oriented mindset will be success factors.
bioMérieux welcomes applications from all individuals, regardless of race, national origin, gender, age, physical characteristics, social origin, disability, union membership, religion, family status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or any unlawful criterion under applicable law. We are committed to treating all applicants fairly and avoiding discrimination.