CurveBeam Career Opportunity: Bringing Critical Thinking as a Regulatory Affairs Associate

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On this Jobcast episode CurveBeam Connect, we sat down with Pennsylvania-based Ryan Conlon who is looking for a self-motivated, detail-oriented candidate for the position of Regulatory Affairs Associate.

“The most important trait is someone with a little bit of creativity,” Conlon said. “This role is going to require the associate to read and interpret the regulations or standards, and then use your critical thinking to determine how we’re going to be in compliance with these regulations in a fashion that is minimally impactful to our product performance, company goals, and our timelines without ever compromising product or patient safety.”

CurveBeam was founded in 2009 by a group of individuals with a proven track record in the advanced and compact 3D imaging device domain. They’re an energetic company that is innovating and leading the way in orthopedic 3D imaging on a worldwide scale.

Conlon shared insight into the company’s culture, and answered our signature question — If CurveBeam was a band, what band would it be — with a timely reference to one of many hip-hop kings, Travis Scott.

Job basics:

  • Location: Hatfield, Pennsylvania
  • Days of the week: Monday – Friday
  • Travel involved: Minimal, if any
  • Educational requirement: Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering, Science, Regulatory, or a related discipline

If you’re looking for a place where you can work hard and better yourself in an energetic environment, check out Curvebeam job openings, podcasts, and education at CurveBeam.com.

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