Regulatory Affairs Leader

Location Cumbria
Discipline: Polymers
Job type: Permanent
Salary: ££35000 - £45000 per annum
Contact name: Darren Hawley

Contact email: darren.hawley@sciencesr.com
Job ref: BBBH3207_1637591004
Published: 9 days ago
Startdate: ASAP

An exciting new role has arisen for a Regulatory Affairs Leader for an industry leading films manufacturer to be based at their state-of-the art facility in Cumbria. As Regulatory Affairs Leader you will be responsible for supporting R&D, Manufacturing and Commercial teams to ensure products are compliant with regulatory and legal requirements, as well as writing and preparing regulatory documents for a range of polymeric and chemical products across a range of regulatory standards including REACH and EU/FDA.

This position will be based fully on-site, based in the heart of Cumbria on the door step of the Lake District, so will be a great move for those who enjoy the great outdoors and scenic views.

To be considered for this Regulatory Affairs Leader, you will be degree educated in Chemistry, Toxicology or closely related subject. You will also either have previous regulatory affairs experience in a similar position with previous knowledge of EU/FDA food contact legislation and REACh regulations, or you will be a Chemist within the polymers or films sector looking to move into Regulatory Affairs. You will also possess an analytical mindset with high attention to detail, who is looking for a career outside of the laboratory.

Key Responsibilities

  • Supporting the R&D, Manufacturing and Commercial teams to ensure products comply with legal obligations and related requirements.
  • Using legislation, technical reports and other information sources to prepare clear and accurate regulatory documents.
  • Developing the department's systems to ensure colleagues have access to up-to date information about the regulatory status of raw materials and products.
  • Assisting with the implementation of continuous improvements to ensure the most efficient use of resources

Knowledge and Experience

  • Degree educated in Chemistry, Toxicology or closely related subject.
  • You will also either have previous regulatory affairs experience in a similar position with previous knowledge of EU/FDA food contact legislation and REACh regulations,
  • OR Strong technical knowledge of the development of films and packaging with a desire to move into Regulatory Affairs
  • Possess an analytical mindset with high attention to detail, who is looking for a career outside of the laboratory.
  • Good communication skills with the ability to develop and maintain relationships internally and externally with customers and suppliers.