Biotechnology is a constantly evolving field that helps to create solutions in countless industries such as agriculture, genetics, engineering, immunology and more. It involves using biological processes and materials for industrial purposes, combining biology and technology.
Biotechnology jobs tend to be satisfying and lucrative, which is no doubt why they are so highly sought-after.
Here at Hyper Recruitment Solutions, we aim to pair qualified, passionate and dedicated applicants with their perfect jobs. That's why we are constantly updating our systems with the latest jobs available in the biotechnology industry.
To see our current list of available jobs in biotechnology, please click here.
Similar to the pharmaceutical industry, the biotechnology sector is incredibly complex, with a diverse range of jobs and skill sets needed to help it operate. The products created within the biotechnology industry are used in wide range of applications from food to medicine, so there are plenty of directions to choose from within this industry.
We support a range of key skill sets and constantly recruit for a wide variety of biotechnology jobs, including the following:
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From bandages to breast implants, all medical devices are classified according to the risks they potentially pose to patients (as well as the level of regulation involved in their manufacturing, marketing and usage).
Under EU law, medical devices are sorted into the following categories:
- Class I
- Class IIa
- Class IIb
- Class III
About Class I Medical Devices
Class I medical devices are low-risk products that are subject to relatively little regulation. Examples of Class I medical devices include stethoscopes, bandages, and surgical masks.
The defining characteristic of any Class I medical device is that is poses little or no risk to patients. The greater the risk posed, the more regulation is required, the higher the medical device's classification.
In the UK, medical devices are subject to the Medical Devices Regulations 2002.
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