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Medical Devices Regulatory Affairs Leadership Development Program

Want to use your unique combination of expertise, dedication and drive to spark bold innovation while tackling some of the world's most pressing health challenges? With the power of the world's largest broadly-based healthcare company behind you, you'll amplify your impact—and find that you can touch the lives of people everywhere.

The Program
The Medical Devices Regulatory Affairs Leadership Development Program “acceleRAte” (MD RALDP) is a comprehensive 28-month regulatory affairs career development program designed to help master’s degree and Ph.D. graduates gain regulatory expertise while acquiring leadership experience and boosting their business acumen.

The Opportunity
Our robust, integrated training curriculum allows you to develop strong relationships with our team members and demonstrate your potential to excel as a regulatory affairs business leader. You'll participate in three rotations, with the first two lasting eight months and the final one lasting a year. You'll also have three MD RALDP leadership residencies. Upon successfully completing the program, you'll be eligible for full-time employment opportunities.

Are You Ready to Make a Difference?
As part of the MD RALDP, you'll gain broad-based enterprise medical devices experience through:

  • On-the-job and formal classroom training in leadership development, regulatory affairs technical applications, business acumen and more
  • One-on-one leadership coaching sessions
  • Monthly cohort team leadership meetings
  • An assigned leadership mentor for the duration of the program

Who We're Looking For

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Our ideal candidates have a passion for regulatory affairs. We look for high-performing, driven individuals who can influence and lead others in team-oriented and ever-changing environments. You must possess a strategic mindset, as well as exceptional leadership, communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. You should also have the ability to thrive in a highly complex, global work environment, and take the initiative to set priorities and exceed goals.

  • Recent graduates (within two years of program start) with a master’s degree or Ph.D. in regulatory affairs or a related field
  • Internal and external candidates are eligible
  • Strong record of academic and professional performance
  • Preferably one to three years of relevant regulatory affairs industry experience
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