Animas Corporation a member of Johnson & Johnson’s Family of Companies, is currently recruiting for a Medical Surveillance Specialist I, located in Chesterbrook, PA
Animas Corporation, a fully-integrated global company within the Johnson & Johnson family of companies, is an innovator in insulin pump technology, with products such as the ground-breaking OneTouch Ping. The company is experiencing an unprecedented period of strong growth, outpacing the rapid market growth in the insulin delivery category. As part of the Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Franchise, the company's mission is to create a world without limits for people with diabetes. Animas is dedicated to making diabetes management easier through product innovation, exceptional customer support and customized education programs. Our mission is to improve the lifestyle of our patients, reduce the long-term morbidity of the disease and lower healthcare costs.
The Medical Surveillance Specialist I works independently to prepare and submit Medical Device Reports (MDRs) to global Health Authorities. Works with minimal supervision to complete and submit reports that are accurate, thorough and completed on-time. Supports some additional functions within Medical Surveillance as cited below.
Using discretion and independent judgment; the Specialist I reviews, evaluates, and classifies potentially reportable complaints (adverse events, product malfunctions or rule-outs) for both U.S. and International reports. Additionally, the Specialist I ensures all documentation is accurate and complete and that all assigned regulatory reports are submitted on-time
The Specialist I works globally to complete MDR submissions and/or to provide support and direction to international representatives/responsible parties
The Specialist I will be proficient in use of the MDR case handling system and associated databases/tools
The Specialist I is a good communicator; able to work in a collaborative environment to resolve issues, answer questions from internal and external customers, and ensure sound decisions when classifying cases
Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Production and/or review and/or submission of Alternative Summary Reports or Periodic Summary Reports for Regulatory Authorities
Lead and/or support MDR system change activities (examples include: author test scripts, create test cases, and/or execute testing)
Participate or Lead Process improvement activities
Responsible for other duties assigned
Four Year College Degree (Bachelors) is required
BA/BS in health–related science or life science from an accredited school/university/ college. Alternatively, may be licensed, registered, or certified by a State, territory, or other governing body to administer health care with at least one to years’ experience in a medical field (RN, RD, CDE, RT, CNA, MA), or patient education would be preferred
1+ years’ experience in medical device or pharmaceutical product quality complaint and/or adverse event case handling is required
Experience working independently and accurately on multiple assigned projects is preferred