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Job Title: Regulatory Affairs Manager
Type: Permanent Full Time
Location: Watford
Competitive salary + Bonus + Benefits



Regulatory Affairs Manager: An experienced Regulatory Affairs Manager is required to manage the team in the Regulatory Affairs department, including the RA Executives and Administrators.

Supporting the Regulatory Affairs Director, the Regulatory Affairs Manager will create and manage technical files for Class I, IIA and IIB medical devices and assist with the ISO 13485 & ISO 9001 Quality Management System.

This is a varied, hands on role for a Regulatory Affairs Manager to oversee the regulatory requirements and develop regulatory strategies for this fast growing multi-million , global FMCG company, specialising in manufacturing and distributing unique, quality products within the healthcare industry.


Key responsibilities:

Create and manage Technical Files for Class I, IIA and IIB Medical Devices (including but not limited to)

  • Efficacy data
  • Stability data
  • Design history and design development
  • Manufacturing instructions and procedures
  • Risk Management
  • Clinical evaluation
  • ER checklist

    Regulatory requirements for:

  • Technical file data for BPR dossiers (Biocidal Product Regulations)
  • Technical file data for Cosmetics Regulations, i.e. PIFs
  • Technical file data for Detergent Regulations and additional EMC and LV data file
  • Export registrations around the world

    Assist the QA Manager in the ISO 13485 & ISO 9001 Quality Management System (including but not limited to)
  • Develop of new procedures as required
  • Internal audits
  • Second party supplier audits (overseas travel occasionally required)
  • Post market surveillance
  • Control of documents and changes
  • Handling of complaints (customer and supplier)
  • Management of approved suppliers file
  • Packaging and artwork version control
  • Traceability and batch numbers
  • Design history of all new products
  • Adverse event reporting
  • Liaise with China office on ‘joint procedure projects
  • Document control (standards, directives, regulations etc.)
  • Quality Management Representation
  • Ad hoc tasks as reasonably requested by the Regulatory Affairs Director

    Skills & Experience:
  • Degree educated in a scientific discipline
  • Experience in similar role
  • Able to understand relevant terminology
  • In depth knowledge of all application types
  • Knowledge of EU regulatory requirements and guidelines
  • Exceptional organisational skills
  • Disciplined
  • Hands on
  • Management level experience
  • Experience of US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and associated regulations (highly beneficial)

    This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced, organised and driven Regulatory Affairs Manager from a scientific discipline to join a leading, ambitious, multimillion healthcare products business established in 2004. Competitive salary, pension scheme, plus an unlimited supply of snacks, fruit, fresh coffee and company socials! Apply now for more details.


    Job Title: Business Administration Manager
    Type: Permanent Full Time
    Location: Watford

    Competitive salary + Bonus + Benefits

    Due to internal promotion, GAMA Healthcare is seeking a capable, driven and committed Business Administration Manager to join the leadership team of their highly successful business. GAMA Healthcare is a dynamic, innovative and successful international healthcare company specialising in the design, commercialisation, manufacture and distribution of innovative, quality infection control products. In less than 10 years annual turnover is in excess of 30million and double-digit growth is forecasted over the next 5 years.

    This fast-track opportunity will attract talented individuals who have the ambition and potential to develop into general management. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a commercially strategic, dynamic role.



    Reporting to the Joint Managing Directors, your brief will be:
  • To manage the submission of important private and public sector procurement tenders, ensuring their success.
  • To lead on a range of company-wide projects, on behalf of the Joint Managing Directors, ranging from policy research to commercialisation opportunities.
  • To take operational and cost management accountability for the conferencing team, including the management of a team of 5 executives.
  • To ensure the efficient operational success of 20-30 conferences per year.
  • To develop, implement and monitor a range of policies and procedures to ensure GAMA people operate in line with company and legal standards.
  • To mobilise the senior leadership team as necessary on a range of internally managed events.
  • Negotiate and manage service providers (e.g. facilities, telecoms, energy, IT, purchasing)
  • In addition to this broad and dynamic remit, you will commit to studying a fully expensed 3-year MBA, at the end of which you will have the knowledge and experience to be a strong candidate for the type of general management opportunities that we will need to drive our international growth strategies.


    We would be delighted to hear from individuals who:
  • Have gained a strong degree, and relish the prospect of MBA studies.
  • Have gained strong commercial acumen in their first few years of work experience, ideally within FMCG or healthcare environments.
  • Are self-aware and can demonstrate a commitment to learning and to be the best they can be.
  • Believe they can thrive in the GAMA culture which values respect, collaboration, excellence, shared vision, engagement, and capacity to inspire.

    This is a fantastic opportunity for a commercially minded Business Administration Manager to join a successful, ambitious company offering genuine career progression. Competitive salary, performance related annual bonus and a great benefits package. Apply now!


    Job Title: Business Development Manager – UK South East
    Division: Non-Acute
    Type: Permanent Full Time
    Location: Greater London



    Calling all science graduates with B2B sales experience! Want to be a part of an innovative, successful and growing company? Want to make a difference? Want to join a new and vibrant team? Want to hit sales targets and earn bonus? Then look no further and please read on!

    GAMA Healthcare is one of the largest suppliers of infection prevention products to the NHS, and selling to over 60 countries Worldwide. Our Clinell, Carell and Cleanall brands are amongst some of the most recognised and trusted brands in healthcare. See our corporate video here

    Due to market demand, we have launched a new sales division in the UK to better focus on healthcare related markets outside of the NHS hospitals. This includes a wide ranging and diverse array of different non-acute healthcare customer types; from wholesalers to end users, private healthcare to care at home, and even from human healthcare to animal healthcare. Example customers include dentists, GPs, hospices, care homes, pharmacies and veterinary practices.


    So what will you be doing?
  • Meeting with new customers in the South East of the UK, to present our innovative solutions and sell the benefits of these.
  • Working with key distributors and wholesalers to make our products widely available.
  • Targeting and winning new customer groups to help you achieve your sales targets.
  • Providing training and product support to customers.
  • Dealing with new customer enquiries into our office.
  • Attending regional and national events and shows to promote our brands.
  • Providing an input into future products and direction of the sales division.

    What are we looking for?
  • A science graduate who has a basic understanding of infection prevention.
  • At least 2 years of sales experience in a B2B market, ideally selling consumables in a non-acute healthcare related market – we want to know that you can sell and that you’re good at it!
  • A real team player who can demonstrate they regularly go above and beyond to reach their goals.
  • A positive attitude and ethical approach to business.
  • A full clean drivers license and eligibility to work in the UK.

    You will be provided with a full induction and product training before commencing the role full time. We will also provide you with a company car, phone, laptop along with many other company benefits and perks – such as fun company team builds and unlimited snacks or ice creams in our offices! This is in addition to a fully competitive salary with further opportunities for commission and bonus earnings.

    If you are interested to apply, then please respond by sending us a copy of your CV in confidence. Please include an up to date email address and contact number so we can contact you directly should we wish to take your application further. We look forward to hearing from you.