Duration: 6 months contract
Prepares technical documentation for in-vitro diagnostic products to support global registrations. Communicates with regional units to ensure understanding of registration requirements. Works with different organizations to assemble technical documentation required. Updates information of submission tracking for registration projects.
Shift hours – 8am – 4:30pm
The position requires a degree in Science (med tech, biology or chemistry), regulatory affairs experience preferably with In Vitro Diagnostics, use of computers (MS office applications) and certainly good communication skills, both written and verbally.