A global leader in the polymer composite market is looking to appoint a Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs Manager into its diverse team in south Cambridgeshire.
The selected Individual will be responsible for but not limited to the following obligations:
- Recognising and anticipating global product regulatory trends, emerging issues, and customer expectations to ensure effective management of our client's portfolio, and for the timely management of regulatory requirements for EAA jurisdiction chemical notification and registration processes.
- Serve as the program manager for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals Regulation (REACH). Work with commercial and operational leadership to ensure regulatory changes and trends are strategically integrated and communicated.
- Serving as the technical expert and leader for EU Conflict Minerals legislation, establishing and maintaining a management system, responding to customer enquiries, and fulfilling information flow and annual reporting.
- Serving as the functional owner and steward for systems established to manage Banned, Restricted and Targeted substance lists for raw materials used in clients' products and distributed within the EAA. Work with Research and Technology, operational and commercial teams to ensure information is disseminated.
- Working collaboratively with global Product Stewardship counterparts, commercial leadership, and operations to ensure chemical notification, registration, and import/export requirements are harmonised across the global business. In addition, ensure the transit of raw materials and products across jurisdiction and borders does not result in business disruption.
- Facilitate and manage chemical, physical, toxicological and ecotoxicological studies for fulfilment of regulatory, NGO, and customer requirements.
- A relevant degree (Chemistry, Toxicology, Environmental Science, Health and Safety or equivalent), with experience in a product regulatory affairs/stewardship.
- A post graduate degree or certification in Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Studies or Toxicology is preferred.
- Proficient expert of Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals Regulation.
- Good working knowledge of toxicology and ecotoxicology.
- Working knowledge of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
- Excellent written and verbal communication, with a demonstrated ability to develop strong working relationships with employees at all levels of the organisation.
- Strong organisation skills, ability to design and deploy detailed plans, be a confident communicator and an experienced trainer and coach.
Salary: £. Competitive
Benefits: Company pension (Up-to 20% Combined) - 25 Days Holiday + Banks - Bonus (Up-to 10%) - Flexible working - Hybrid Working
Location: Duxford, CAMBS
Role: Permanent, Full time
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- Agency: Cranleigh Scientific
- Reference: 7847
- Posted: 26th April 2022
- Expires: 24th May 2022