(SDS Author)


London, South East




We are looking for a chemical regulatory professional / SDS Author to join a blue chip global chemical business. You will join a large product stewardship team and focus on providing SDSs, labels, transport classifications and other regulatory documents to a global customer base for one of the extensive product families.

This role comes with an outstanding training programme; you will be trained in CLP/GHS and other relevant chemical regulations, receive extensive product training and learn how to use SAP-EHS. You will play a key role is a busy regulatory team supporting a global product range – products are highly complex mixtures with multiple components.

We would like to hear from London/south-east based candidates with chemical regulatory experience – this may be in product stewardship, notifications or hazard communication. Ideally you will have knowledge of CLP and GHS, have SDS authoring experience and understand hazard classifications. We are also interested to hear from chemists who would like to move into regulatory affairs and who have some relevant experience (eg SDS authoring) as part of their current role. Experience of SAP-EHS would be an advantage along with good organic chemistry experience. This is a prestigious company providing excellent training and development – an ideal addition to your CV.

For further information and an immediate confidential discussion, contact John Sherratt at VRS Regulatory quoting job reference VRSREG1734.

Key Skills

Regulatory Affairs, Product Stewardship, Safety data sheets, hazard communication, SDS, SDS authoring, classification, GHS, CLP, CHIP, REACH, regulatory assessment, raw material assessment, mixtures, complex chemistries.

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.