SC Johnson Ltd
|Job title||Product Registration Specialist|
Tel: +1 262 260 2809
SC Johnson has opportunities for a Product Registration Specialist – (Frimley, UK)
Our internal job title at SC Johnson is Associate Manager - Registration & Regulatory Compliance – UK
The Global Registration and Regulatory Compliance (GRRC) team provide regulatory leadership, expertise and execution for the information/dossier development, product registration and lifecycle management of all SC Johnson products.
You will be expected to interact with the European business and global teams as appropriate to secure and maintain biocide product authorisations and registrations in Europe. As well as this you'll be required to interact effectively with key personnel in regulatory agencies to ensure the timely resolution of issues and the approval of registration actions and compliance with other regulatory demands.
Based in Frimley, Surrey, we can offer you a competitive salary and profit share. We care about the well-being of our people and other benefits include free onsite gym with free classes, a 9-hole golf course, tennis courts, subsidised canteen and much more. Your convenience is important to us and if you're travelling on public transport we have a free shuttle bus service running from Farnborough Station – with direct services to London Waterloo – and our local station in Frimley, as well as free parking on-site.
As a member of the GRRC team, this position will interact with the European business and global teams as appropriate to secure and maintain biocide product authorisations and registrations in Europe.
Key responsibilities include:
•Acting as a regional expert on Biocidal consumer products (Pest Control or Home Cleaning) registered or to be registered in Europe; securing and maintaining company biocide registrations according to the regional business plan and in compliance with regional and local regulations
•Providing advice, analysis and expertise in EU Biocidal Products regulation (BPR) and current existing national schemes to internal SCJ stakeholders (RD&E, Marketing, others).
•Determining, negotiating and communicating registration requirements regarding data, documentation and other supporting information (& their format) to internal stakeholders as appropriate.
•Working with internal and external stakeholders to create new and update existing product registration dossiers, assessing adequacy of data (working with other internal staff at SCJ and external consultants) to bring them into line with the BPR.
•Communicating with regulatory authorities as and when necessary throughout the submission and review process.
•Developing and finalising product label(s) in accordance with current regulations and individual country requirements; co-ordinate the compilation of registration dossiers for new products (NPDs).
•Providing technical support and advice where appropriate to SC Johnson local Compliance Experts in support of their registration activities and providing assistance for resolution of any other local issues raised by their Authorities.
•Participation in Trade Association meetings in support of SCJ activity according to business need.
•Knowledge of PLM (SAP), IUCLID and R4BP3.
•BSc or MSc degree (or equivalent) preferably in a related Science field (Chemistry, Biology) is strongly preferred
•Strong work experience in Regulatory / Registration field / Compliance-related field with with ideally good experience in Biocides
•Demonstrated ability to work with different cultures
•Strong knowledge of compliance requirements across EU region
•Demonstrated communication skills, must be able to summarise and articulate technical information to diverse audiences both verbally and in writing
•Problem solving skills with the ability to bring projects to a final conclusion
•Self-directed with a “can do” attitude and willingness to drive change
•Ability to successfully navigate in a complex, evolving, global environment.
•Clear and concise communication skills with the ability to orchestrate effective meetings and written materials prompting the appropriate discussions and accountability.
You need to be legally eligible to work in country of application.