R&D Project Manager

Organisation

The Surgical Company Patient Temperature Management is a leading European company acting on a global level in the field of hypothermia and offering a complete range of innovative solutions for Patient Temperature Management. The core business is all about 37°C, about keeping patients at a constant healthy body temperature. 

Our products

  • Forced Air Warming product group with the Mistral-Air® and Thermoflect® Heat Reflective Technology products 
  • Blood and Fluid Warming product group with the Fluido® and Fluido Compact products
  • Virtual37 our Online Temperature Management Tool

Your responsibilities

  • Manage multi-disciplinary R&D projects
  • Manage upkeep of appointed products
  • Lead product meetings
  • Lead Risk Management sessions
  • Interface with cross-functional groups such as Quality, Operations, Marketing and Regulatory Affairs as needed for new product development and sustaining projects;
  • Work with external parties on compliance testing for new products and sustaining engineering activities;
  • Coordinate with suppliers regarding product and component manufacturing;

Your profile

  • Academic level with relevant specialization
  • At least two years experience
  • Experience with EU-MDR and/or FDA medical device regulations
  • Good command of the English language both spoken and written
  • Must be able to travel, both domestically and internationally

We offer

  • A challenging full-time position (regular), headquartered in Amersfoort.
  • We welcome you to a dynamic, ambitious and innovative working place with great opportunities for you to explore.
  • Our benefits are: a competitive salary including a variable bonus based on both company and personal performance and a company pension scheme (4,5% employee contribution)

Are you interested?

  • Please send your resume and motivation letter to hr.nl@tsc-group.com
  • After a pre-selection process, you can receive an invite for (face-to-face) business interviews.

* Please note that acquisition is not appreciated*