Founded in 1963, Cook Medical pioneered many of the medical devices now commonly used to perform minimally invasive medical procedures throughout the body. Cook Medical in Limerick was established in 1997 to design, manufacture and distribute medical devices to customers throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The products manufactured in Limerick are primarily for use by medical professionals in the fields of gastroenterology, urology, obstetrics and gynecology The Irish plant has grown to become an integral part of Cook Medical’s global operations. Today, the company integrates medical devices, drugs and biologics to enhance patient safety and improve clinical outcomes.
Over the decades, Cook Medical products have improved the health of millions of patients worldwide. In many areas, the company pioneered breakthrough medical techniques that help patients avoid traumatic surgery, reducing healthcare costs and producing better medical outcomes. Cook Medical continue to search for innovative medical solutions to help the physicians we serve better treat the patients they serve
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Provide a professional, friendly and efficient service to customers and Cook Medical Sales teams throughout Europe. Input customer orders to the Cook European order-entry system and provide timely and accurate responses to customer queries.
Work as part of the Quality Engineering to provide an efficient service to our customers internally and externally in dealing with product complaints issues and other relevant quality assurance projects as they arise.
To submit Tenders to supply Cook's products to the European Market. To work with the Strategic Business Units (SBUs) & other departments within Cook, to ensure the Tenders are submitted in a timely manner.
The regulatory affairs associate assists in the implementation of regulatory strategies, performs activities associated with obtaining and maintaining regulatory approval to commercialise medical devices in selected target markets.
The primary function of this role is to provide Quality Engineering support to Production, Quality Control, Purchasing, Facilities, IT, Regulatory, Analytical Lab, Research and Development and Engineering Sustaining teams
The Regulatory Affairs Specialist helps develop regulatory strategies, performs activities associated with obtaining and maintaining regulatory approval to commercialise medical devices in selected target markets.