Regulatory Advisor

PUB374678

About this job

  • Industry: Oil & Gas
  • Area of expertise: Project Management & Services
  • Location: Mississauga

What is required?

  • Hours per week: 40
  • Education level: Academic Bachelor

About this role: Regulatory Advisor

We are currently hiring a Regulatory Advisor for our oil and gas client. The Regulatory Advisor will be responsible for monitoring and maintaining knowledge of the legislation associated with lubricants, base, process oils and specialty products. As well, providing expert advice and services in order to ensure products are in compliance in the region that they are sold. This is a full-time permanent opportunity.

Responsibilities

  • Co-ordinate R&D activities for various REACH programs (EU, UK, Korea, Turkey, China) and USA TSCA Inventory updates including all required reporting to various registration bodies
  • Co-ordinate R&D activities for specific country regulatory approvals on products and ensure legislated approvals are met
  • Work with Marketing, Research and Development (R&D) staff and Additive Suppliers to acquire information required for chemical inventory reporting
  • Conduct a regulatory review of new components proposed for formulations to ensure suitability for the regions required
  • Research and advise on new requirements for entering new markets or changing regulations
  • Interpret technical issues into clear and concise concepts
  • Provide input into regulatory strategic planning, meet timelines for new product launches, and ensure that regulatory requirements are met in support of existing commercial products
  • Be viewed as the internal subject matter expert on emerging regulatory issues
  • Respond to questions from customers and regulatory authorities including regulatory information required on customer questionnaires
  • Collaborate with the business teams on the identification and resolution of regulatory issues
  • Serve on appropriate industry task forces primarily through the industry associations
  • Adhere to all safety, quality (ISO 9001, IATF 16949) and environmental (ISO 14001) standards, procedures and initiatives. Ensure compliance and document and maintain records

Requirements

Requirements

  • Regulatory experience in a chemical or related industry is preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Science or related field of study
  • Thorough understanding of government practices and workings, as well as related regulatory and legislative processes
  • Competent in interpreting and advising on regulatory legislation
  • Knowledge and experience in global chemical control laws, hazard communication requirements including US TSCA and REACH
  • Ability to work with a variety of stakeholders whose needs, demands and expectations may be difficult to determine, and may change frequently, without notice
  • Good problem solving skills and ability to represent complex technical and business issues and interact both internally and externally (regulators and legislators, industry peers, industry associations, and subject matter experts)
  • Strong communications skills (written and oral) are required to effectively position complex industry issues with external stakeholders as well as internal departments and facilities
  • Effective listening skills are a necessary complement to communications skills
  • Strong project management skills
  • Familiar with ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and IATF 16949.
  • Knowledge of registrations and approvals for pesticides (US EPA, Canadian PMRA)
  • Knowledge of International Committee on Harmonization published guidelines and other regulations pertaining to labelling in various jurisdictions where our client transacts
  • Knowledge of SAP EH&S module considered an asset

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Your consultant, Gultchan Chevket is happy to clarify anything about this vacancy. When reaching out, use the pub number:
PUB374678

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Gultchan Chevket
Brunel Canada - Toronto
g.chevket@brunel.net

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