Regulatory Affairs Specialist


This position is responsible for providing product regulatory support. Primary responsibilities include authoring SDS, developing labels, classifying products for transportation, developing and managing documented processes and projects designed to ensure compliance, and providing consultative regulatory support for internal and external customers.
Primary Responsibilities:

Develop and maintain knowledge of US, Canadian, and EU hazard communication requirements.
Maintain the SDS authoring system, coordinating with IT when necessary.
Classify products to determine SDS and labeling requirements in the US, Canada, and EU.
Review and approve product labeling for compliance with applicable local, national and international regulations; analyze and recommend appropriate changes.
Provide internal and external customer support related to hazard communication and product compliance.
Actively participate in workflow and system development projects to maintain compliance with hazard communication requirements.
Classify products for transportation, including air, ground and ocean transport; communicates associated packaging and labeling requirements to appropriate parties.
Issue NAFTA and COO certificates.
Participate in trade and other industry and government association activities as assigned.
Maintain current qualifications, education and training (e.g. DOT / IATA / IMDG certification)
Perform other duties as assigned.

Bachelor's degree in scientific field.
3+ years of experience regulatory compliance supporting the chemical industry.
Experience with EPA FIFRA registrations a plus.
Ability to take direction and make independent decisions in a fast-paced environment.
Detailed-oriented with strong technical and customer service skills.
Ability to demonstrate analytical skills and independent problem solving with a variety of variables.
Ability to handle multiple task, manage priorities and work independently as well as on a team.
Commitment and willingness to strive toward achieving Divisional goals and business objectives.
Must be able to collect and interpret scientific data for the purposes of authoring hazard communication documents and responding to customer requests.
Must be able to locate and use appropriate technical resources, including the ability to read and understand complicated regulatory information.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Strong organizational skills.
Ability to provide top tier reliable customer service to ensure customer satisfaction and sustain competitive advantage.
Ability to adapt to a changing work environment in a positive manner.
Strong understanding of chemicals and related hazards.
Strong computer literacy (MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and SDS authoring database with high degree of accuracy and productivity standards.

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