Mid-level regulatory professionals typically represent individuals with regulatory and other related technical functions as well as some level of oversight or management responsibility in their organization. Job titles may include managers, associate directors and some director level positions. In some organizations specialists and associates may also be considered mid level title.
Mid-level professionals integrate regulatory knowledge throughout the product lifecycle with aspects of effective management and strategy development. At this level professionals transition from the technical and tactical dimensions of the regulatory professional scope of practice to more comprehensive lifecycle management and a more strategic role.
In this section:
Overview by Typical Position Titles for the Mid-level Regulatory Professional (Level II, III)
Overview of manager and director level positions and background.
Knowledge and Skills of a Mid-level Regulatory Professional (Level II, III)
Information on the Professional Development Framework for the healthcare product regulatory profession, and how it applies to Level II and Level III professionals.
Recommended Reading (Level II, III)
Articles and books to help you succeed and advance at this level in your career.
Professional Development (Level II, III)
Continue your learning and plan your professional development. A wide variety of education and training opportunities are available.
Job Search Resources
Job search resources available from RAPS.
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