Would you like to work at Anika? Our current open positions are listed below. In addition, we are always accepting resumes from candidates of all types with expertise in a variety of areas. Submit your resume to our active database today.
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- Achieving results and sharing success – teamwork.
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Senior Clinical Project Manager
The Senior Clinical Project Manager is responsible for the design, execution, and results of clinical studies including complex, multi-center pivotal trials. This includes developing strategic approach, building the project plan, developing the protocol, initiating and executing the clinical study, and working with Regulatory to use study results for product approvals. Studies must be conducted meeting enrollment timelines and budgets. The position ensures all studies are conducted in compliance with GCP and all applicable standards and regulations.
Regulatory Affairs Specialist II
The Regulatory Affairs Specialist II is responsible for filing necessary submissions and handling all regulatory authority interactions pertaining to the regulation process for product submissions. Supports necessary regulatory activities required for product market approval, and post-approval requirements.
Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist
The role of the Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist is to execute on the global regulatory programs in accordance with current global regulations. The individual will coordinate the collection of information and documentation and compile into submissions, license renewals, periodic updates and registrations to regulatory agencies and partners worldwide. The individual will be responsible for the review of labeling, protocols, product development and manufacturing documents for compliance with regulatory requirements.
Director of Regulatory Affairs
The Director of Regulatory Affairs is responsible for defining and implementing regulatory strategies to obtain global approvals of new/modified devices and combination products to support meeting Anika’s business objectives. This role requires the ability to analyze complex technical and medical information and formulate strong regulatory arguments that can be defended with regulatory agencies such as the FDA and international Health Authorities. The Director of Regulatory Affairs must also ensure compliance with global regulations for design controls, cGMP, facility registration, device listing, licenses, safety reporting, complaints, clinical trial requirements, post-market surveillance, labeling, and permissible marketing communication. This position reports to the VP of Regulatory/ Clinical Affairs. The Director of Regulatory Affairs manages a staff of Regulatory Affairs professionals in the U.S and Europe. The Director of Regulatory Affairs provides the Regulatory Affairs department interface to executive management and is one of the top leaders in Anika.
Clinical Research Associate II
The Clinical Research Associate (CRA) II will assist the Clinical Project Manager in the conduct of clinical trials.
QC Incoming Inspector II
The QC Incoming Inspector II completes all activities required to approve raw materials for use in product manufacture. The position also performs inspection activities during in-process manufacturing performs inspection and testing of components. The position revises and updates standard operating procedures as needed.
Process Engineer III
Leads diverse process improvement and new process development projects. Acts as technical lead in multi-disciplined project teams. Works on problems of diverse scope where analysis of data is utilized to make timely and effective decisions. Performs design, purchase, validation and implementation of equipment and system used in manufacturing and packaging of medical devices and drug products.
The Accounting Manager is primarily responsible for various aspects of the monthly financial close including close management, consolidations, and review of journal entries prepared by Staff and Senior Accountants. In addition, the Accounting Manager will work closely with the Finance Director to prepare various financial schedules for quarterly SEC reporting purposes including Form 10-Q and 10-K based on understanding of US GAAP.
Senior QA Compliance Specialist
The Senior Quality Specialist works with a high degree of independence and is adept at troubleshooting problems to create and execute improved internal procedures, and to ensure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements. This position is a subject matter expert for cGMP documentation and policies, batch records, validation protocols and resolving non-conformances.
Principal Design Engineer
Under the supervision of the Vice President, R&D, is responsible for developing and commercializing new products to support Anika’s commercial growth. The Principal Engineer leads the design activities associated with new product and technology development projects. The ideal candidate will be a hands-on technical leader, considered a device subject matter expert (SME), and will provide project and engineering leadership in device and/or system identification, feasibility, development, qualification and launch readiness for sports medicine/orthopedic devices and instruments.
Quality Control Analyst II
The Quality Control Analyst II is primarily responsible for the activities and procedures which are required to sample and test raw materials, work-in-process samples, finished goods, and stability samples under cGMP conditions. The position follows established procedures in the execution of daily activities and completes required documentation.
Senior Manager, Planning & Distribution
The Senior Manager is responsible for ensuring continuous supply of product in a compliant and cost-efficient manner. The Senior Manager ensures effective planning and storage of raw materials, APIs, components, intermediates and finished goods. This position is responsible for overseeing master planning for the entire company finished-goods inventory encompassing internal manufacturing and external third-party services. The senior manager is responsible for leading S&OP with commercial counterparts, analyzing variability in demand and leadtime, working with relevant stakeholders to determine the optimal stocking policy and level using statistical techniques.
QA Compliance Specialist II
The Quality Assurance Compliance Specialist II performs compliance activities in support of production, engineering and Research & Development ensuring all activities are performed according to internal Quality System requirements, cGMP, FDA and ISO 13485 standards. Areas of responsibilities include review of documents such as batch records, charts and logs review and approval of incoming materials for release. The position will provide floor support to production departments to include line clearances, in-process checks and assistance with investigations. The Compliance Specialist II also performs audits as assigned, and participates in customer and regulatory audits as part of the Audit Team.