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Japanese Research Assistant/ Consultant (Science) - Gardena, CA

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Research Assistant/ Consultant (Science)

A global venture FDA consulting firm in Torrance CA is  searching for a self-motivated and dedicated employee to assist in conducting intense, accurate research on various industries and regulations (FDA, EPA, USDA, state, city, food, medical, etc.). 
FDA regulations experience is helpful, but a background in biochemistry, pharmaceutical or medical background is more important. 
Candidate must be able to work quickly, under strict deadlines and multi-task assignments for multiple projects. 
This position requires the ability to take instructions well, work independently and report progress regularly, to the project manager. If you have knowledge of the Japanese language, it is a plus, but not required. 
This opening is for a full-time position at the headquarter with an opportunity for growth and benefits. 

Essential Duties (Not Official: Please ask the interviewer for more details)
Responsible for assisting Japanese companies to establish, run, and improve their US business
Consult companies to market their products in the US for FDA-regulated products including medical device, OTC drugs, food/dietary supplement and cosmetics 
Assist to obtain premarket clearance for devices, to comply with the registration requirements and to support clients to meet post market requirements by FDA, EPA, USDA and other regulations.
Act as a liaison between Japanese corporations and U.S. government for compliance.

Working Hours
9-6 (Flextime) 

Working Location
Torrance, CA

Four-year college degree, BS with biochemistry or medical background 
Excellent typing and writing skills
Excellent communication and presentation skills
PC & internet proficient and excellent knowledge of MS Office Professional software. 
Ability to read, write & speak Japanese.
Relocation Assistance and working visa support available

Experience working in a Medical, Bio or Pharmaceutical business. 
Ph.D. Or Master’s Degree
Experience with FDA, EPA, USDA, and other regulatory groups.
Japanese/ English Bilingual skills

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Gardena, CA
United States of America

Japanese / Japanese

Job Type:
Direct Hire Position
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Posted Date:11/16/2018



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Job Title: Japanese Research Assistant/ Consultant (Science)

Location: Gardena, CA

Job Type: Direct Hire Position

Reference ID: 347500

Posted Date: 11/16/2018

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