Careers at Omega Diagnostics

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Make a difference to people’s lives by improving their health.

Based in Ely, Cambridgeshire, Omega Diagnostics promotes a personalised approach to health, specialising in a range of tests associated with food sensitivity and gut health. Using advanced diagnostic technology, we enable healthcare professionals and their patients to identify lifestyle and dietary changes that can significantly improve their long-term health and well-being.

Our purpose is to improve lives around the world by placing personalised nutrition at the heart of global healthcare, and offering pioneering diagnostic testing in the functional medicine sector - empowering healthcare practitioners and patients to make informed health decisions.

Join us on our journey as we build on our success as a global leader in personalised nutrition diagnostics. 

With over 30 years’ experience in development and manufacture of diagnostic tests associated with food sensitivity and gut health, we have business relationships in over 80 countries supporting healthcare professionals and end users in the health and wellness, functional medicine, naturopathic medicine, and sports medicine sectors.

To apply for any of the positions below, please send a copy of your CV and a cover letter explaining how you meet the essential requirements for the role to and indicate which of the role(s) you would like to be considered for.

  • Regulatory Affairs Specialist

    Full time/Permanent. Competitive Salary plus benefits  

    We are looking for a Regulatory Affairs Specialist to join our team and provide guidance and support to the Regulatory Affairs department. This will involve planning, coordinating and managing regulatory documents, reviewing and compiling medical device files and liaising with regulatory authorities to support regulatory submissions and vigilance activities.

    Essential requirements include:

    • Life Science degree
    • Minimum 1 year of Regulatory Affairs experience in medical devices
    • Working knowledge of applicable domestic and international guidelines, policies, and regulation
    • Knowledge and experience with pre- and post-market medical device regulations, requirements

    This role is based in Littleport, near Ely, England, but for an exceptional candidate hybrid working would be considered.

    Please email to request a full copy of the job description.