Open Position

Senior Regulatory Specialist

  • Burnsville, MN

Basic Function

The Senior Regulatory Specialist is responsible for planning, managing, and implementing regulatory submissions to the EU notified body, the US FDA, and other country specific regulatory bodies. The position is also responsible for ensuring continued compliance with regulatory agency approvals including change impact reviews. This position is responsible for complying with the Imricor Quality Management System requirements and carrying out responsibilities as outlined in the environmental, health, and safety policies.

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    • Develops domestic and international strategies for regulatory approval of company products.

    • Coordinates, compiles, and submits U.S. and international regulatory filings for new and modified products, including PMAs, 510(k)s, IDEs, CE Marking submissions, and other country specific product registrations.

    • Develops and maintains positive relationships with regulatory body reviewers through oral and written communications regarding clarification and follow-up of submissions under review.

    • Review of product and manufacturing changes for compliance with applicable regulations and impact to regulatory filings.

    • Represents RA on cross functional product development, manufacturing, and clinical support teams and provide regulatory leadership and feedback throughout the product development cycle. Provide recommendations for how to overcome regulatory barriers.

    • Provide technical reviews of supporting documentation for inclusion in regulatory filings.

    • Support Medical Device Reporting (MDRs) and Medical Device Vigilance Reporting.

    • Represents RA on other cross functional projects which may include process changes and continuous improvement efforts.

    • Meet defined goals and objectives through own initiatives, activities, and available resources with minimal supervision.

    • Performs other related duties and responsibilities, as assigned.


    • Bachelor of Science in a scientific discipline or equivalent education/ training.

    • 5+ years’ regulatory/compliance related experience in a regulated industry.

    • Previous experience with US and EU medical device regulatory requirements including Quality Systems and clinical investigations standards.

    • Australian regulations experience preferred.

    • EU MDR transition experience preferred.

    • Experience with preparation, submission, and approval for medical devices is required.

    • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.

    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as a good background in the medical device development process.

    • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage multiple projects and priorities.

    • Skills in multiple computer-based tools and software such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Adobe Acrobat.

Imricor is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diverse candidates to apply.