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LabTemps seeks a Regulatory Affairs Manager for a Permanent position for our client, a leading developer and manufacturer of innovative specialty chemicals located in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

The Regulatory Manager will lead and maintain the regulatory program and directly contribute to the company's success by ensuring product compliance to International, Federal, State, and Local regulations. Responsibilities include learning, accurately interpreting, and applying specialized knowledge in environmental, health, safety, labeling, government reporting, and transportation regulations. In addition, the Regulatory Manager will participate in new product development, improved product components, reduced costs, and improved quality to support the growth of the business.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Drive the integrity and quality of our client's regulatory program on a local, US, and global level
  • Create, interpret, and maintain product compositions, determine hazard classifications, validate substance registrations, and manage commercial and development products compliance documents.
  • Point of contact with agency officials on registrations, reporting, and audits
  • Create, implement, and maintain external & internal regulatory documentation and internal compliance processes
  • Operate in a cross-functional environment, providing support to R&D, sales, customer service, purchasing, QC, supply chain, and manufacturing teams to meet all regulatory requirements and guidelines.
  • Generate and maintain safety data sheets (SDS) for all formulas both sold and sampled, ensuring compliances with regulatory standards
  • Review, assess, and maintain the data integrity of formulas, hazard classifications, and other applicable information for Raw Materials, including CAS number and country registration management.
  • Learn, obtain and actively maintain expert knowledge of TSCA, FDA, GHS, NAFTA, EPA, and REACH programs and regulations
  • Provide regulatory advice to both internal and external customers
  • Provide support for special projects as needed
  • Other tasks as assigned by management
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Regulatory Affairs Manager | Direct Hire

Rock Hill, SC

LabTemps seeks a Regulatory Affairs Manager for a Permanent position for our client, a leading developer and manufacturer of innovative specialty chemicals located in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

The Regulatory Manager will lead and maintain the regulatory program and directly contribute to the company's success by ensuring product compliance to International, Federal, State, and Local regulations. Responsibilities include learning, accurately interpreting, and applying specialized knowledge in environmental, health, safety, labeling, government reporting, and transportation regulations. In addition, the Regulatory Manager will participate in new product development, improved product components, reduced costs, and improved quality to support the growth of the business.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Drive the integrity and quality of our client's regulatory program on a local, US, and global level
  • Create, interpret, and maintain product compositions, determine hazard classifications, validate substance registrations, and manage commercial and development products compliance documents.
  • Point of contact with agency officials on registrations, reporting, and audits
  • Create, implement, and maintain external & internal regulatory documentation and internal compliance processes
  • Operate in a cross-functional environment, providing support to R&D, sales, customer service, purchasing, QC, supply chain, and manufacturing teams to meet all regulatory requirements and guidelines.
  • Generate and maintain safety data sheets (SDS) for all formulas both sold and sampled, ensuring compliances with regulatory standards
  • Review, assess, and maintain the data integrity of formulas, hazard classifications, and other applicable information for Raw Materials, including CAS number and country registration management.
  • Learn, obtain and actively maintain expert knowledge of TSCA, FDA, GHS, NAFTA, EPA, and REACH programs and regulations
  • Provide regulatory advice to both internal and external customers
  • Provide support for special projects as needed
  • Other tasks as assigned by management

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Tracy Vistine

Vice President of Talent Acquisition

tvistine@messinagroupinc.com

847-993-5850

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