Careers

Medovate is a dynamic and growing company. As we grow, we look for high caliber candidates for arising vacancies to support our revolutionary product portfolio and work with partners.

We have the following opportunities to join the Medovate team.

  • Quality Assurance (QA) Controller
  • Project Manager

More details for each role are detailed below.

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as initial interviews will commence immediately.

To arrange for an informal chat with Alan Finnerty, Technology Development Manager about these roles, please contact enquiries@medovate.co.uk to schedule a call.

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JOB TITLE: Quality Assurance (QA) Controller

One year fixed term contract

Download the job description here (pdf document)

Applications for this vacancy are currently being accepted.


Brief Description:

The QA Controller will be responsible for ensuring documents and records are created, approved and maintained in accordance with company procedures and available at point of use. The role will also play a key role in establishing an electronic document management system as well as maintaining and refining the quality system in line with business needs.


Knowledge & Experience:

  • Minimum two years Document Control experience in pharmaceutical, medical device or other related industries.
  • Working within an ISO 13485 Quality Management System under the Medical Devices Directive (MDD)/Medical Devices Regulation (MDR) for product development and/or manufacturing in the UK/EU is desirable.
  • An HNC or degree in a related subject, or equivalent level of experience.
  • Competent in MS Office Suite and Windows applications e.g. Word, Outlook, SharePoint, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio etc.
  • Proficient in document formatting
  • Experience of implementing an electronic documentation management system is desirable
  • Excellent oral, written communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Attention to detail, commitment to Quality, accuracy, efficiency, and consistency.
  • Some exposure to regulatory agency inspections (e.g. FDA, notified bodies, etc.) is desirable.
    Ability to work under limited supervision, manage multiple tasks and prioritise assignments within established time constraints
  • A strong team player who is motivated by the success of the business.
  • A self-starter committed to making things happen.


Responsibilities:

  • Ensure documents are reviewed and approved for adequacy prior to use in accordance with defined processes.
  • Support in maintaining and continuously improving the quality management system in compliance with regulatory requirements.
  • Ensure that the current revision status of any changes to documents are identified.
  • Ensure that relevant versions of applicable documents are available at points of use.
  • Ensure documents remain legible and readily identifiable.
  • Prevent deterioration or loss of documents.
  • Prevent the unintended use of obsolete documents.
  • Support systems integration and deployment of electronic document management system
  • Manage training records.
  • Support Audits, CAPA’s, Change Control, Deviations/Concessions, Root-Cause Analysis, and Complaint handling.
  • Maintain design change and equipment logs.
  • Monitor quality related KPI’s.
  • Ensure documents are periodically reviewed in accordance with defined requirements.
  • Monitor and control documents of external origin e.g. industry standards.
  • Ensure proper organisation, retention, preservation and security of documents (paper and electronic).
  • Make available, notify and distribute documents to relevant recipients.
  • Keep abreast of new developments in QA/RA e.g. standards and regulations.
  • Work closely with internal and external multi-disciplinary product development teams to ensure project success.
  • Deliver relevant training on the QMS to existing and new staff within remit of responsibilities.
  • Support the management team understand the QA/RA framework in which the business is expected to operate.


How to Apply:

If you believe you have what it takes to excel in this role, tell us why in a covering letter and send it along with your CV and any supporting information to enquiries@medovate.co.uk


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JOB TITLE: Project Manager

Download a full Job Description pdf here

Applications for this vacancy are currently being accepted.


Brief Description:

Owing to significant growth of the Medovate organisation and product development portfolio we have a new opportunity for a Project Manager. We are looking for someone with a solid technical background plus project management experience who wants to further their career in medical device product development. The successful candidate will lead new product development projects with a multidisciplinary team for launch into global markets.


Responsibilities:

You will be responsible for leading the successful delivery of product development projects to targets including scope, cost, schedule and quality. This involves both internal stakeholder management, including reporting within Medovate, in addition to close collaboration with external parties such as NHS clinicians, academics, CROs, CDMOs, CMOs and suppliers.


Person Specification:

Proven track record of leading and managing full-lifecycle medical device product development projects e.g. from concept, through design and development, clinical trial, regulatory approval, stable manufacture and market launch.

Knowledge of the quality and regulatory framework within which medical device product development and manufacture is performed.

A keen interest in healthcare, technology and project management and a desire to grow.

A team player with excellent organisational and communication skills.

A higher degree in engineering or other relevant life-science field is essential (or equivalent experience)

A minimum of 5 years’ experience in medical device development, including a minimum of 2 years’ project management experience.


How to Apply:

If you believe you have what it takes to excel in this role, tell us why in a covering letter and send it along with your CV and any supporting information to enquiries@medovate.co.uk