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|Job title||Global Regulatory Manager – speciality chemicals|
Tel: +44 207 940 2105
|Summary||In a Global Regulatory positon working with regulatory strategy and compliance for the business, this is an opportunity working with speciality chemicals in a niche field.|
Global Regulatory Manager – SVHC, Polymers and REACh.
In a Global Regulatory positon working with regulatory strategy and compliance for the business, this is an opportunity working with speciality chemicals in a niche field. Our client is a growing organisation within it’s field and providing a platform to get your name on the map within a niche field of composites and adhesives.
As a Global Regulatory Manager you will be responsible for the strategic direction the regulatory department takes and acting as the group expert globally.
This involves working with product development teams and other stakeholders to warn against up coming legislation and lead the management of new supplier and raw material information.
Working with global SDS and Hazard Labelling as well a representation of the company at trade meetings, regulatory meetings and seminars.
Qualifications and Experience
Educated to degree level in a science related subjected such as Chemistry, Toxicology etc.
A proven regulatory background at Strategic and operation level as well as a technical hands on background within regulatory.
Knowledge of REACh, CLP and other regulatory guidelines as well as SVHC.
Experience working with regulations and applying to different chemical substances, polymers and mixtures.
Regulatory / Registrations / REACh / GHS / CLP / Biocide / Cosmetic / Flavour / Modelling / Modeller / Fragrance / Personal Care / Food / FMCG / Chemicals / Environmental Fate / Toxicology / Toxicologist / Ecotoxicologist / Fate / Human Health / Risk Assessment / Household / Safety Data Sheets / SDS / Product Safety / Product Stewardship / Hazardous Substances / Toy / SVHC / Substances of Very High Concern
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