New Laboratory Diagnostics Job in Newark, DE!
Position Title: Laboratory Diagnostics

Position Number: 340337

Location: Newark, DE 19702

Position Type: Long Term Contract

Required Skill Set:

Documentation, Laboratory, Marketing, Quality Control, Technical

Position Description:

**C2C is not available**
**Only U.S. Citizens and those authorized to work in the U.S. can be considered as W2 candidates.**
Job Title: Laboratory Quality Diagnostics
Location: Newark, DE 19702
Duration: 12+ Months
Schedule: Shift 1; M-F (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Specific Responsibilities:
• Primarily responsible for contributing to the implementation and execution of In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Device Regulation (IVDR) activities through medical assessments of Client Laboratory Diagnostics (LD) products.
• Serve as a medical consultant to project teams for preparation of IVDR performance evaluation reports.
• Advise on medical risks and benefits to evaluate product safety and effectiveness in laboratory medicine in support of functional group activities for commercialized/marketed products as well as for product development activities.
• Contribute to post-market surveillance activities in alignment with LD policies and procedures and applicable standards/regulations.
• Reports directly to Client LD Medical Affairs.

Within specific job description:
• Works independently or as part of a larger team in the execution of assigned projects.
• Maintains accurate documentation and files related to medical risk-benefit analyses and/or post-market surveillance activities.
• Interacts directly with regulatory, clinical, marketing, and R&D as needed during the course of risk-benefit analyses and/or post-market surveillance activities and builds productive cross-functional working relationships.
• Critically reviews analytical and clinical performance data and reports and provides assessment of overall scientific and clinical/medical validity.

Critical Problem Thinking:
• Demonstrates understanding of functionality/intended use of complex in vitro diagnostic laboratory medical devices and the application of medical laboratory results (e.g. biomarkers) in clinical practice.
• Displays an expert level of critical thinking in applying principles of clinical laboratory medicine, including analytical laboratory practice (e.g. assay validation, quality control), regulations and clinical applications.
• Proactive attitude with logical, data driven approach to problem solving.
• Performs special assignments and provides technical and clinical advice in area of expertise.

Education:
• M.D., Ph.D. or M.D. /Ph.D. in related areas with practical experience in clinical pathology preferred.
• Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience, such as Masters in medical technology, laboratory science, chemical, physical, or biological science AND a minimum of 3 years of medical laboratory experience in clinical consultancy and technical and regulatory oversight, as outlined above, may be substituted as appropriate.
• Board certification and ongoing accreditation by nationally and internationally known professional clinical and academic bodies such as ABCC, NRCC, CACB, RCP, and ABP preferred.

Experience:
• Typically 3 to 5 years of successful experience in a clinical laboratory diagnostics position.
• Experience with ISO13485/2016 and/or IVDR EU 2017/746 is highly desirable.

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