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IVD Regulatory Affairs Consultant

Netherlands, Gelderland, ArnhemIn-Vitro Diagnostics

Job description

What you'll do

As a Regulatory Affairs Consultant at our company, you provide specialist consulting services directly to customers. This could involve supporting customers' transition from the IVDD to the IVDR or gaining CE marking, FDA clearance or approval, or approvals in China for the first time.

As a consultant, no two days or customers are the same. You may be required to build a technical file to support CE marking or 510(k) submission or similar global approvals; however, it could also include strategy planning, in-depth reviews of performance evaluation or risk management data, creating and reviewing quality management system policies and procedures, performing gap analyses, internal or supplier audits to support and improve customers quality systems or perhaps delivering customer training.

You will be part of a team, no one is an expert on everything, so we support each other to play to our strengths so that we provide the best service to customers. This position is a great opportunity to apply your expertise and continue to build your experience. We know how important it is for our customers that we maintain our experience to be state of the art and we, therefore, hold monthly Qserve training days to ensure we provide consistent advice to customers as well as to continue to learn from each other.

Job requirements

What you’ll bring to the team

  • You have a technical or scientific degree (BSc, MSc, or Ph.D.) in (bio)chemistry, toxicology, (medical) biology, biomedical technology, or similar. Preferably a qualified toxicologist Familiar with ISO 10993 series;
  • At least 7 years of working experience in the field of medical devices (EU-MDD and EU-MDR) through positions in industry, consultancy or Notified Body, FDA in regulatory roles (e.g. Manager Regulatory Affairs);
  • Knowledge of Medical Device Regulations (EU MDR, FDA, PAL, TGA, etc.);
  • Familiar with medical device quality assurance;
  • Familiar with writing technical documentation and regulatory documents;
  • Pragmatic, enjoying a mix of activities in regulatory affairs or quality assurance;
  • Communicative and service-oriented, supporting a wide variety of clients from small start-ups to large multinationals, able to adapt to different company cultures and situations;
  • Strong organizational skills, detail-oriented to deal with various projects at the same time;
  • Competent in communication, analysis, and advice and taking ownership of your work and personal development;
  • Fluent in English.


Getting excited about a career in the dynamic and innovating world of medical devices? Then please submit your resume and motivation!


How we hire

We have a thorough and flexible hiring process, to ensure we make the right decision and to help you to decide if we're the right fit for you.


First of all, thank you for your interest in a career at Qserve. All applications are reviewed by our HR department in close cooperation with the respective hiring manager. If we see a potential match, you will be invited for a first interview.


At this stage, we would like to take a deeper dive into your experience and what you could bring to the team. Besides that, we would love to tell you more about our company and people. You can expect several interviews with different relevant stakeholders.

Employment conditions

Are you ready to sign your contract? Our HR colleague is looking forward to informing you about the employment conditions at Qserve, both primary and secondary. Your adventure at Qserve Group officially starts here!


We know how important it is to provide new hires with an engaging onboarding and warm welcome. As part of the structured program, you will be introduced to representatives of all our global teams and departments.