Regulatory Affairs Specialist - Biocides


Widnes, NW, Hybrid




Excellent opportunity to join a successful and fast expanding biocidal products company and take responsibility for their regulatory affairs. Duties will include SDS authoring, product classifications, labelling and biocidal products registrations and authorisations in EU and global regions.

You will join a dynamic technical team and be responsible for all regulatory matters. This will include hazard communication (SDSs, labels, hazard classifications, packaging etc), product registrations (dossier preparation and submission) and product risk assessments. You will work with external technical experts who will conduct the risk assessments. You will also provide regulatory advice to the management, commercial team, formulations team and product developers.

We are looking for someone interested in joining a fast paced and expanding company; you are likely to be a chemist and you must have existing regulatory affairs / registrations experience. Knowledge of biocide products would be ideal; agchem/PPP products would also be relevant or any other complex / hazardous chemical based products. You must also be familiar with SDS authoring, product classifications (mixtures) and labelling requirements. You must be a confident communicator who is comfortable providing advice to senior management; you must be flexible and versatile and committed to the success of your product registrations.

Key Skills

SDS authoring, classifications, labelling biocide product registrations, biocidal product registration, regulatory support, regulatory research / horizon scanning, chemistry, formulated products, regulatory data.

VRS Regulatory is the Regulatory Affairs and Risk Assessment division of specialist scientific recruiter VRS. We focus on recruitment in Regulatory Affairs, Registrations, REACH, CLP, SDS Authoring, Product Safety, Compliance, Risk Assessment, Regulatory Toxicology, Regulatory Ecotoxicology and Environmental Fate in the chemicals, agrochemicals and biocides sectors.