Are you ready to go further?

At HARTMANN you get to make a difference. Our healthcare products and solutions make an impact in millions of people’s lives around the world on a daily basis – in hospitals, in clinics, and at home. We believe that health can empower people to make a positive difference in the world, and this is something worth going further for.

Join our team as a

Manager (f/m/d) Regulatory Affairs Operation - Temporary for 18 months -



As part of the Regulatory Affairs team, we offer you an exciting and responsible role in a globally operating area. We enable our employees to get involved in interesting tasks in a modern working environment and to grow with them – personally and professionally. If you are as enthusiastic about our meaningful product portfolio as we are, we should get to know each other.
Your area of responsibility:    


  • In this role you act as a regulatory competent contact person for Business Divisions, Regions and international distribution partners with regard to global submission management of our product portfolio
  • Together with your team you are responsible for the management of the required submission documentation with focus on countries outside European Union / EFTA 
  • Coordination of submission activities with your global colleagues and distribution partners
  • Accompany and monitor the submission process from request till received approval
  • Working in a global RA Team and sharing your best practices 

What we look for:


  • Bachelor or master’s degree in life-, natural or technical-sciences or equivalent education
  • Ideally first experience in the field of Regulatory Affairs in the health care industry in a global setting
  • Experience in active and non-active medical devices, Technical Documentation, regulatory product documentation, conformity assessments
  • Deep Understanding in global regulatory requirements for medical devices, and personal protective equipment with regards to marketability 
  • Profound knowledge in European and Germany regulatory requirements for drugs, biozid products and chemicals
  • Knowledge of business processes and global quality management systems in medical device industry e.g. ISO 13485, 21 CHR 820 and more 
  • Fluent in English; good knowledge of German is a must have




  • Various health and fitness offers, e.g. yoga during lunch break, cooperation with fitness studios, company doctor, massage offers
  • Well-developed infrastructure e.g. parking bays, canteen, well-equipped workspaces
  • Furnished apartment for the first six months, if distance to place of residence > 60 km
  • Attractive ways of combining work and family life, e.g. parent-child workroom
  • Flexible working conditions, e.g. flexitime or mobile working on a daily basis
  • Feedback conversations and resulting training opportunities
  • Diverse development opportunities - national and international


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If you are interested in the position, please contact Adele Frommholz.