Trainee Regulatory Affairs Coordinator - chemicals
Cheshire, North West
Graduate starting salary + excellent training
An opportunity to join the regulatory department of a successful and expanding global chemicals business. This role could suit a recent chemistry graduate or a laboratory analyst who is interested in developing a career in regulatory affairs. The role will be desk based, working with chemical data and preparing regulatory documentation to ensure the compliance of all products.
Duties will involve working with suppliers, compliance checking supply product data, arranging testing with 3rd party laboratories, inputting test data and certificate of analyses (CoA) and document control. You will be given full training with realistic progression scope for development into a full regulatory role in which you will approve and notify products, work with REACH, CLP and author safety data sheets.
Suitable candidates could be recent chemistry graduates who are interested in a desk-based career using chemistry knowledge; you may be a laboratory analyst who is interested in moving out of the lab and into a desk based regulatory / quality role. You must have excellent attention for detail, be able to work accurately, you must enjoy working with chemical data and have an interest in developing a career in regulatory affairs. Good Excel skills are essential; you must be a personable communicator able to work well in a fast-paced commercial team environment.
For an immediate confidential discussion, please contact John Sherratt at VRS Regulatory
Regulatory Affairs, regulatory compliance, chemistry, chemical data, analytical data, attention to detail, accuracy, communication skills, strong Excel.
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.