Regulatory Affairs Specialist – US Lead – Chemistry / Biochemistry – Analytical Science – Dublin – Competitive salary (dependent on experience)
We have a fabulous opportunity for a Regulatory Affairs Specialist, with a strong educational background in chemistry, biochemistry or similar and at least 2 years experience in analytical science or regulatory affairs, to join a fast-growing, international company as their US Lead.
Due to ongoing growth, our client is looking for a regulatory affairs professional to join their R&D team. This role is a fundamental part of the team and you would be responsible for key deliverables which are key to the company’s long-term strategies in the US market.
You, in a nutshell: Suitable candidates will need to have an excellent academic record in a relevant scientific subject (chemistry, biochemistry or related discipline) – a degree is essential with a masters or PhD being a distinct advantage. You will have 2+ years experience in regulatory affairs / analytical science and if you have previously worked with the US that would be even better.
Opportunity: This is a fast-paced and busy role for someone who is looking for the perfect opportunity to utilise their academics and experience in a growing, cutting-edge environment.
Key responsibilities as the Regulatory Affairs Specialist – US Lead will include:
- Leading on the regulatory affairs activities to achieve product authorisations for the US market
- Liaising with various internal technical departments, external consultants and contract laboratories to collate information and prepare submissions to the US EPA to obtain product authorisations
- Provision of updates on regulatory guidelines and legislation
- Maintaining regulatory compliance
- Developing project plans and budgets
- And more!
What we’re looking for:
- Previous experience in regulatory affairs / analytical science, ideally within the crop protection industry or in food science
- Excellent academic record in a relevant scientific subject (chemistry, biochemistry or related) – degree is essential
- Ability to present clear and concise written arguments to support a specific regulatory or scientific position on a topic
- Strong analytical skills – ability to evaluate a wide variety of data/information and make recommendations
- Impeccable attention to detail
- Highly organised with the ability to multi-task and prioritise
- IT literate with proficiency in MS Office
- Proactive and flexible self starter
- Ability to hit the ground running
Our client is offering a competitive salary and benefits package.
If this role is of interest to you, please ensure your CV showcases you in full and submit it ASAP, quoting ‘LO-Regulatory Affairs Specialist – US Lead’
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