Manager, Quality Systems - Medical Device
Cardiocom - Chanhassen, MN

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The Manager, Quality Systems is responsible for US and international quality systems compliance and regulatory review. Reporting to the CEO, this is a core management team member working with manufacturing and development teams. This role also manages quality assurance/engineering and document control functions.

  • Act as Company Management Representative for the company’s quality systems
  • Ensure compliance with ISO 13485, FDA QSR, MDD, IVDD, CMDR, and other worldwide medical device standards/regulations
  • Act as core team member on manufacturing and development teams
  • Perform quality management system duties such as review of internal and external audits, CAPA's, complaints, non-conforming material, metrics, supplier quality reviews, risk management, etc.
  • Supervise Document Control and Quality Assurance/Engineering
  • Provide Quality Systems training for all personnel
  • Complete gap analysis of current products intended for new markets
  • Complete annual FDA Establishment Registration and Device Listings updates as needed
  • Prepare appropriate documentation to maintain CE Mark certification with Notified Body, including annual renewal
  • Review FDA guidance documents and international standards to determine applicability to products on the market and under development
  • Gain regulatory approvals by preparing and submitting US and international regulatory applications including FDA 510(k)s, EU Technical Files, and Canadian licenses
  • Document regulatory assessment of product and manufacturing changes, including 510(k) letter-to-file
  • Create and implement regulatory strategies for new and modified medical devices

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