The skill sets required for an occupation 10 years ago may not be the same today. Changes in regulations are one of the key factors that would trigger a change in skill sets so as to remain relevant and be in compliance with the regulations. In this article, we will be talking about the changes Regulatory Affairs candidates should take note of.
Critical Change of Regulatory Affairs Talent Market under China Regulation Revolution Environment
In 2014 and 2018, there are changes in regulations to how medical devices are to be registered in China. Medical devices are classified into 3 classes, depending on the risk presented to the users. With Class I being the lowest risk, and Class III being the highest.
Based on the change, new requirements are expected from regulatory affairs candidates
With Kingfisher’s experience on RA talent hiring and our Consultants’ engagement with many senior leaders in RA & QA fields, 5 key competencies that will be up and coming for RA talent development will be:
Article written by Ellen Lan, Branch Manager of Kingfisher Beijing Office. Ellen has over 10 years of executive search experiences focusing on Healthcare, Consumer, Industrial and ICT sectors across North China and APAC region.
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