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Beaufort, LLC, a leading provider of regulatory, quality and clinical solutions for in vitro diagnostic companies is seeking an energetic, self-motivated individual who can fill the role of Regulatory Affairs Manager. This is a remote position. This position will support Beaufort’s Senior Vice President Regulatory & Quality and Beaufort’s clients in the development and implementation of global regulatory strategies and deliverables for marketed and developing IVD and medical device products. This role acts as a regulatory IVD/medical device Subject Matter Expert providing clients with consulting support for their needs related to compliance with the applicable regulations and standards. The successful candidate will perform work independently as a client
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