Next-generation surgical instrument for gentle and modern gynecological procedures.
• A dynamic working environment as part of a start-up.
• Working in a MedTech startup which will make a difference in women’s health and with a true
mission; at ASPIVIX, we innovate women’s care because we believe that women deserve
gentler and more modern methods for procedures in gynecology.
• A possibility to form your own job and to contribute developing products with bigger potential.
Your imagination and willingness are the limits.
• Co-operation with a nimble multinational team of brilliant and passionate colleagues.
• A chance to influence from the early beginning the course of a growing company.
About the role:
This position will report directly to the CEO.
This role is a position creation. The Regulatory Affairs Manager, after joining the company, will work in
close collaboration with the QM Manager of the company.
Medical Specific duties will be determined and coordinated in conjunction with the corporate needs
and strategic plans and will be subject to change given ongoing business and clinical research needs.
o Core Responsibilities
Develops regulatory strategy for new products (Class I (s)(m)(r) and IIa) and
implements plans to obtain FDA clearance/approvals, CE Mark and other
foreign regulatory approvals.
Manages compliance to all relevant regulations, rules and standards for
products and taking part in the conformity assessment procedures with
coordination of all concerned departments.
Manages conformity assessment process and registration process for
products including dossier preparation, submission to Competent Authorities
or Notified Body, reviews of application and implementation.
Accompanying development projects, issuing development-accompanying
and technical documentation for medical devices, revising already existing
technical documentations. Maintains regulatory compliance of Technical Files.
Elaborates and reviews changes to existing Products, SOPs, Test Methods,
Process Changes, Design Changes, Labeling/Labels, and Field issues to
define the requirements for regulatory submissions and notifications.
Communication with responsible regulatory authorities (national/international)
as well as with notified bodies.
Lead regulatory assessment of marketing claims and external communication.
Performs staff training on the topic of regulatory affairs.
o Leadership Activities
Foster the cooperation between diverse disciplines and functions managing a
good balance between discussion, consensus, argumentation and
Lead others in the completion of project tasks and sub projects
Smooth & facilitate the decision-making process.
Create a work environment that supports team effectiveness.
Provide feedback to team members.
Assist with integration of common tools and techniques.
Present to internal and external audiences, including board or investors.
o Expertise and Problem-Solving Duties:
Identify resource requirements, cost, and time schedules. Develop an
implementation plan, conduct risk assessments and develop contingency
plans to accommodate unforeseen events.
As part of the management team, selects the specific action plans that will best
meet the identified business objectives.
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Be part of the vision and translate vision to project goals, roadmap and plans.
Analyze risks, suggest mitigation plans and develop alternatives to solutions.
Proactively anticipate and identify risk areas, alert stakeholders appropriately.
Able to identify and assess business risks for a given regulatory strategy.
• Soft skills:
o Is an Excellent team player in a multicultural environment.
o Shows a “Can-do-attitude” with agility.
o Has passion for medical device.
o Self-starter with ability to work independently under pressure and react quickly to
o Is comfortable with decision process and decision making.
• Experience & Education:
o Master’s degree in life science, engineering or related fields.
o Five (5) years minimum experience in regulatory affairs in MedTech.
o Five (3) years minimum experience in regulatory affairs Management in MedTech.
o Has proven track record in flawless registrations of medical devices in Europe and in
the US. Medical device registration in APAC area is a plus
o Current knowledge of FDA 21 CFR part 820, Medical Device Regulation (MDR 2017 /
745), ISO 13485, ISO 14971, IEC 60601-1, IEC 62366, ISO 62364
o Strong analytical, planning and organizational skills
o Strong interpersonal and communications skills (oral & written)
o Experience in Start-up is a strong and determinant plus.
o Fluency in English. German or French is a plus.