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Der Chief Information Officer, kurz auch CIO genannt, ist als Leiter der IT-Abteilung verantwortlich für die gesamt IT-Architektur eines Unternehmens. Er stellt der reibungslosen Betrieb der IT-Infrastruktur im Betrieb sicher, koordiniert der Einsatz der IT-Ressourcen, übernimmt Aufgaben des Datenschutzes und berät die Geschäftsführung in IT-Fragen. Der CIO ist über neue technischen Entwicklungen informiert und versucht mithilfe neuer Technik, die Verbesserungspotentiale im Unternehmen auszuschöpfen. Der Beruf des Chief Information Officer ist kein Ausbildungsberuf. Voraussetzung für diese Position ist in der Regel ein Studium der Informatik, mehrerer Jahre Berufserfahrung im IT-Bereich und Kenntnisse über aktuellen Markttrends und betriebswirtschaftlichen Grundlagen.

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Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist - (f/m/d) - 2206037303W - Location Zuchwil, Switzerland

Johnson & Johnson

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Johnson & Johnson

Caring for the world, one person at a time... inspires and unites the people of Johnson & Johnson. We embrace research and science - bringing innovative ideas, products and services to advance the health and well-being of people. Employees of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies work with partners in health care to touch the lives of over a billion people every day, throughout the world.

Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist - (f/m/d) - 2206037303W - Location Zuchwil, Switzerland

Overall responsibilities:

Prepare regulatory documentation to support the market distribution of new and modified medical devices (510(k)/NTF) in US, Canada, and EU. Support global registrations in rest of world. Review device labeling, including all graphic material. Prepare export certificates, medical device listings, annual establishment registrations for submission to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Assist group in maintaining regulatory database for all products. Provide support to Regulatory Manager for special projects as needed.

Position duties and responsibilities:

• Compile, prepare, review and submit regulatory submission to regulatory authorities

• Monitor and submit applicable reports and ensure appropriate responses are submitted to regulatory authorities for division orthopedic devices

• Interface with Product Development to obtain necessary information for regulatory submissions.

• Review/approve Custom Device Requests

• Review/approve Engineering Change Requests/Notices

• Review/approve labeling: device labels, brochures, technique guides, bulletins, updates, etc.

• Review trade publications for Regulatory news (Gray Sheet, GMP Letter, etc.)

• Prepare export certificates, medical device listings, and annual establishment registrations

• Respond to requests for information on import detentions

• Maintain regulatory database - ongoing update of database with regulatory information

• Assist in the development and implementation of SOPs and systems to track and manage product-associated events

• Assist in the development of regulatory strategy and update strategy based upon regulatory changes

• Provide regulatory input to product lifecycle planning

• Evaluate regulatory impact on proposed products

• Understand, investigate and evaluate regulatory history/background of class, disease/ therapeutic/diagnostic context in order to assess regulatory implications for approval

• Determine and communicate submission and approval requirements

• Begin to participate in risk-benefit analysis for regulatory compliance

• Submit and review change controls to determine the level of change and consequent submission requirements

• Continue to revisit and compare regulatory outcomes with initial product concepts to make recommendations on future actions.

• Provide training for staff on current and new regulatory requirements

• Communicate regulatory agency/industry positions within the regulatory department

• Problem-solve with and advise internal stakeholders on regulatory issues

• Identify standards for the organization’s products

• Participate in professional associations, industry/trade groups (local/regional/ international) and appropriate standards organizations

• Know and follow all laws and policies that apply to one's job, and maintain the highest levels of professionalism, ethics and compliance at all times.

• Diligently participate in our compliance program-related activities as denoted by your supervisor or our Chief Compliance Officer.

Job profile

Education Requirements:

• BS Degree in Science or Engineering required


• Four to six years related regulatory experience in medical devices or relevant medical device industry experience

Interpersonal skills / characteristics (if applicable):

• Excellent written and oral communication skills

• Excellent organizational skills preferred

• Ability to handle multiple tasks and be detail oriented

• Ability to apply risk-benefit analysis techniques

Other requirements (if applicable):

• General knowledge of Submission types and requirements

• Knowledge of clinical research, clinical operations, and nonclinical, quality, and regulatory requirements and GxPs (GCPs, GLPs, GMPs)

Minimum Language required:

German: Business fluent for German speaking sites

English: Business fluent

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