Since 1992, Device Technologies has been dedicated to improving patients lives through leading-edge technology and services, supplying hospitals and healthcare professionals with the finest medical solutions for their patients. Device Technologies continues to grow with HQ based in Sydney representing over 200 trusted brands, along with over 1000 highly skilled staff located across ANZ and South East Asia.
Our high-performance culture focuses on empowerment, goal attainment, productivity, continuous improvement, developing leadership capability, and a superior workforce.
A great opportunity to join our large and progressive Regulatory team based in Sydney headquarters. You will be able to specialise whilst having a work life balance in a specialty position, collaborating with the Regulatory team and broader stakeholders. This role is an initial 12 month contract. Part time and Full time roles are available.
In this role, you will be responsible for compliance and permits of ANZ chemicals products, including AICIS, EPA, HSNO, GHS, and provide training and support internally in these specialised areas. You will be responsible for Annual AICIS reporting and improvement initiatives, with a solutions mindset for compliance challenges. Direct liaison and strong relationships with internal and external customers, vendors, and regulators are key. Accurate and timely record-keeping and reporting are critical to your success in this role.
At Device Technologies, our values are linked to four key areas of our business: Innovation, Collaboration, Ownership, and Good Business. Resonating with our values and the care we have for our people. The ideal candidate is a keen problem solver, driven by getting fast results for customers, with a passion for compliance of chemistry-based products, and interested in continuous improvement of systems, record keeping, and reporting.
This is your opportunity to pair your knowledge of ANZ chemicals compliance with medical devices and other therapeutic goods in a single role where you will have a direct impact on patient outcomes, customers, and business success. You are a highly skilled technical and people person, with strong attention to detail.
- 3+ years experience in Chemicals Compliance in the Australian, New Zealand, or equivalent overseas jurisdiction, including working within GHS and SDS
- Tertiary qualification in a relevant field, e.g. Chemistry, Science or Engineering
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At Device Technologies we are motivated by the opportunity our equipment provides to change people’s lives. We have a clear vision to ensure all our people feel valued and respected, can be themselves and can flourish as contributors to the success of our business.
Our promise is all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, disability, age and all the other wonderful characteristics that make us different.
Please note: Device Technologies will undertake pre-employment checks via Sterling RISQ for the successful candidate to ensure that Device Technologies is meeting legislative obligations and the information a candidate provides is accurate. For all roles, an offer of employment will be subject to the following pre-employment checks: identity check, reference checks, right to work in location (checks for visa holders), police integrity. By proceeding and applying for the role, you acknowledge our hiring process and agree to undertake the required pre-employment checks if successful.
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