Our client, MedTech Europe is seeking an Industrial Policies Manager for its Medical Devices Team

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Your Role in MedTech Europe

MedTech Europe, the European Trade Association representing the medical technologies industries is seeking a highly motivated professional who has a passion for healthcare and medical technologies.

You will be responsible (under strategic direction of the Medical Devices Senior Manager, Merlin Rietschel) for taking a lead role in contributing to the organisation’s goals in the Medical Devices’ Regulation area. This team’s work focuses on the implementation of EU Regulation 2017/745 (MDR) meaning this is a primarily member interfacing role with a strong regulatory focus.


Your Key Responsibilities

  • Key Projects
    • Provide direction and support the functioning of certain industrial policies working groups, e.g. post market surveillance and vigilance, device-drug combination products etc.
    • Assist with analysing impacts of future legislations on the sector, and more long term the revision of the MDR
    • Develop and coordinate MedTech Europe responses to public consultations, position papers and presentations as identified by the working groups and contribute to advocacy efforts
    • Develop industry guidance for members on various topics related to the implementation of the MDR
  • Members Management
    • Lead working groups to meet the objectives including coordination of the debate, building consensus and advise on possible successful political and legal strategies
    • Liaise and coordinate with other industry associations and stakeholders in Brussels
  • Representation
    • Represent the association at external meetings involving EU institutions, stakeholders and policy makers.


The ideal candidate

  • Has a genuine passion for healthcare and use of (medical technology) innovation in healthcare legislation
  • Holds a university degree or other relevant qualifications in Biomedical Engineering (or other relevant scientific discipline), European Studies, Law, Political Science
  • Has minimum 5 years’ experience of working in medical technology industry (technical or regulatory position), for instance from having worked for a Notified Body, a medical device manufacturer, or EU institution
  • Has a strong understanding of EU policies and the functioning of the EU (a must)
  • Is fluent in both written and spoken English, other EU languages are an advantage
  • Has the ability to communicate effectively with multicultural stakeholders
  • Is well-organised with sound project management skills and always strives for operational excellence
  • Analytical skills: has the proven ability to analyse, summarise and communicate on complex legal and technical issues.
  • Is a team player who can work proactively and independently within complex teams and is open to learn and receive constructive criticism
  • Has excellent command of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook


  • Competitive Salary + Performance Bonus, Lunch Vouchers, Pension Plan, Medical Plan (+ Family), Mobile Phone Subscription, Laptop and Transport Reimbursement
  • Be a representative of a well-established and innovative European industry
  • Opportunity to be a member of a motivated, dynamic and international team (regular team events)
  • Opportunity for trainings and personal development

Placed on:Wed 10 August 2022
Location: 1000 Brussels


For more information:
at the number: 02 738 02 63 GSM 0475 614967
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