Direct support for the Sr. Director of Regulatory Affairs.
Maintain the calendar/schedule/meetings for Sr. Director.
Collaborate with RA Leadership on effectively managing the department budget and processing expenses appropriately.
Responsible for coordination of regular department meetings, including collection of content and identifiying presenters.
Responsible for keeping departmental information current, including the department calendar, organizational chart, contact list, etc.
Responsible for gathering, analyzing, and verifying information from key stakeholders for use in the preparation of department and business updates.
Responsible for compiling information from multiple sources, preparing PowerPoint presentations, and distributing updates to stakeholders on a regular basis.
Responsible for organizing and managing department documentation, ensuring that it remains updated and stored appropriately.
Secure meeting room(s), equipment, materials, technology support, and advanced setup for key departmental meetings both on and offsite.
Assist with travel and logisitics for Leadership and Team Building meeting attendees that are not local,
Owner of process improvement projects that will improve departmental efficiencies.
Present general departmental information at meetings where applicable.
Provide additional administrative support to RA team members where needed and priorities allow.
Proactively contribute ideas to maintain and improve the department.
High school diploma. Associate or Bachelor's degree preferred.
Demonstrated knowledge of MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access).
Proficient in English. Additional proficiency in German is desirable.
Typically a minimum of 3 to 5 yrs. of administrative experience.
Experience in the medical device industry within a regulatory and/or quality department is desirable.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team based environment.
Demonstrated organizational skills and attention to detail.
Demonstrated excellent interpersonal, written, oral, communication, organizational and planning skills.
Demonstrated ability to prioritize, multitask, track a variety of projects, and follow through with excellent execution.
Connects and relates well with people who think and act differently than oneself.
Embraces scrutiny and accepts feedback as an opportunity to learn and improve.
Willingly accepts challenging assignments and new career opportunities that stretch and build capabilities.
Customer service-oriented mindset and can-do attitude.
Embraces discretion and confidentiality.
Work From Home: Occasional
Travel Percentage: 10%
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