We believe that jobs in quality & regulatory should be collaborative, not confrontational. Operating within a multidisciplinary team at the front end of the design process, you will take end-to-end responsibility throughout the design and development process, and in doing so help transform innovative ideas into new products and services.
Special responsibility in healthcare
The highly-regulated medical industry brings special challenges. Within our Healthcare division, the additional responsibility of dealing successfully with approval agencies such as the US Federal Drug Administration (FDA) will give you special responsibility, and the opportunity to develop and showcase your skills in demanding situations.
Exciting new challenges
Our focus on cross-functional collaboration drives a culture of continuous learning and career growth. We are one of the world’s most prolific innovators, so you will constantly be facing new challenges that ensure exciting work for you at the leading edge of innovation.
Typical positions in quality at Philips
Quality engineer (product development & systems)
You will be managing compliance within supplier, product and design quality domains, as well as maintaining quality system regulations throughout the product innovation cycle, from concept to commercialization.
Quality engineer (post-market surveillance)
You are overseeing customer-centric complaint handling, product recall & reporting and corrective & preventive actions (CAPA) management, as well as working with cross-functional teams to implement continuous design improvements.
Regulatory affairs professional
Collaborating with engineering, R&D, marketing and quality teams you write successful 510k submissions that enable our product innovations to be introduced into the market once regulatory approval is received.
Quality and regulatory director
In this role you are managing a team of quality and/or regulatory engineers responsible for product quality and/or strategic regulatory activities, within one of our sectors or functional business areas