Regulatory Affairs Consultant
As part of our ongoing expansion to meet growing client demand, we have an exciting opportunity for a regulatory affairs consultant to join our existing team on a permanent basis. We are happy to accept applications for this position on a full or part time basis.
This scientifically challenging role will allow you to develop an excellent knowledge of the regulation of a wide range of product types in Europe while assisting clients from all over the world in achieving their registration targets.
You will be involved in the preparation of regulatory applications, risk assessment, dossier preparation and liaison with the EU regulatory authorities for plant protection products, biocides, biopesticides, fertilisers and chemicals in all EU Member States.
Main Responsibilities include but not limited to:
- Ongoing liaison with clients, regulatory authorities, consultants and test facilities with respect to regulatory queries
- Preparation and submission of regulatory documentation to European regulatory authorities, follow-up after submission to monitor progress, response to queries to ensure that regulatory approvals are granted without undue delay
- Commissioning of testing for regulatory purposes, liaising with test facilities/consultants
- Preparation of risk assessments to support product registrations
- Review of upcoming industry guidance documents, providing recommendations or conclusions as appropriate
- Ownership of your projects and assisting on other project teams
You will have a strong scientific aptitude, excellent organisational and interpersonal skills, a desire to learn and be capable of working independently as well as part of a team in a fast-paced working environment.
Other standard requirements are:
- Recognized 3rd level scientific qualification in chemistry, agricultural science, biochemistry, toxicology, environmental chemistry, ecotoxicology, botany (MSc or PhD an advantage)
- Previous experience in a regulatory role a distinct advantage
- Excellent attention to detail
- Good time management
- Fluency in a second European language is desirable
- Excellent organisational skills with the ability to multi-task and prioritise
- Ability to work on your own initiative
We would be very interested to hear from any applicants who fluently speak both English and either French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Latvian, Romanian, Czech or Slovak who have a recognised 3rd level scientific qualification in any of the scientific areas mentioned above (minimum MSc or PhD an advantage).
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