Risk & Policy Analysts
|Job title||REACH Authorisation Specialist|
|Location||Norwich or London|
|Salary range||Competitive & reflective of experience|
Tel: 01508 528465
Risk & Policy Analysts (RPA) is an independent consultancy with a strong reputation and proven expertise in the field of the REACH Regulation and particularly in the area of REACH Authorisation; RPA has prepared and submitted numerous Applications for Authorisation and our Authorisation services are in increasing demand – an RPA-led consortium of consultants was recently awarded the contract for the preparation of several Applications for Authorisation on behalf of the Aerospace & Defence Chromates Re-Authorisation Consortium (ADCR) while RPA is currently defending numerous Applications that were submitted earlier in 2019.
To support our increasing workload, we are now seeking a REACH Authorisation Specialist to join our international Chemicals Team.
Description of tasks
The successful applicant will contribute or (depending on past experience) lead the generation of Applications for Authorisation for a range of private clients. More specifically, we are looking for an experienced chemical management / regulatory affairs professional to work as a member of a multidisciplinary team on:
The ideal candidate
The work requires people who are not only methodical and analytical but also fast-learning, flexible and prepared to tackle unfamiliar subjects with enthusiasm. Key competencies would include:
Key Skills: REACH, authorisation, AoA, analysis of alternatives, SEA, socio-economic analysis, data collection/ gathering, technical summaries, downstream uses, chemicals, regulatory affairs, reg affairs.
Salary is competitive and reflective of experience and expected contribution. The position can be either full time or part time and flexible working arrangements can be negotiated, including the location for the right candidate.
RPA is a growing company with ambitious plans, including relocation to a new larger central office by mid-2020. Since 3 April 2019, RPA has transitioned to become an employee-owned business run through an employee ownership trust (EOT) where staff own 75% of the business through the trust, with future profits being shared equally. For UK-based members of staff, after 6 months you will join the EOT and become a co-owner of the business, with the benefits that this brings such as a voice in the future of the company, tax-free bonuses and participation in dividends.
For further information and an immediate confidential discussion, contact Panos Zarogiannis, Director at email@example.com
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