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Global Regulatory Associate

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Want to see your expertise recognised? As a Global Regulatory Associate you’ll have the freedom to influence decisions that shape our next generation of leading brands.


Global Regulatory Associate

Montvale, New Jersey

Competitive Salary & excellent benefits package 


Critical for driving innovation and optimising our product portfolio strategy, you’ll help us navigate a complex regulatory environment. Globally. You’ll ensure we remain compliant and continue to deliver the highest quality products. You’ll act as a steward for our brands. You’ll track, interpret and anticipate legislation and ensure we make smart decisions for the future. Your ideas will ensure our new products continue to make people’s lives better.


You’ll succeed because… 

…you’re degree qualified in a scientific discipline. You excel in a fast-paced environment. You’ve an understanding of the new product development cycle, technical documentation or global product registrations. You’re a relationship-builder who thrives in an international environment. You’ve close attention to detail and are comfortable reviewing and documenting technical information. You maintain high standards, are results-orientated and highly entrepreneurial. Like us.


You’ll love it because… 

…you’ll have the freedom to make a difference. You’ll put your own ideas into practice. The products you get out there will allow people to live healthier lives and have happier homes. And our dynamic, ownership-driven culture will bring the very best out of you, every day.

RB is the world's leading consumer health and hygiene company.

Every day, across 60 countries, we work with the best people to challenge conventional thinking and strive to find even better ways to give people innovative solutions for healthier lives and happier homes. We trust people in what they do and we give full accountability and autonomy to make things happen. That’s how we generate the game-changing ideas that built 19 iconic Powerbrands around the world, such as Lysol, Harpic, Finish and Airwick.

High impact, consumer-led research is the heart of the company's success. Ranked in the TOP 20 on the London Stock Exchange, our relentless drive to outperform has tripled our revenue since 2000 and quadrupled our market cap.


Provide Regulatory Support for Global Development Projects

Execute strategy and provide regulatory support and input for the development of new Lysol and Harpic formulations in various countries around the world, with a focus on North America, Europe and India.  Deliver projects and other initiatives to progress current product portfolio by providing regulatory direction and support to stakeholders:

  • Collaborate with Global Marketing and R&D teams to scope and define project objectives
  • Collaborate with the various Local Regulatory groups to define the regulatory requirements and timings for each country.
  • Collect and collate required regulatory data and documents of the product core dossier/technical file relating to project.  Working with the dossier/technical file authors to ensure consistency and ‘right first time’ approach.
  • Review product labeling and supporting materials.


Assess Impact of New Regulations and Guidances 

Keep current with the key relevant guidances and regulations in the priority markets.  Work with stakeholders to implement requirements of new regulations and guidances within specified timelines. Assess and communicate all requirements to stakeholders in order to maintain compliance without delay to business due to regulatory issues.  Adjust and monitor timelines to support the business.


Support Infrastructure and Systems Integration

Contribute to supporting a high quality and effective infrastructure to meet the regulatory requirements which support the launch of associated products.  Execute systems integration for optimal functionality and use. Contribution to infrastructure (processes, procedures, systems etc.) to be made within agreed upon timelines.  Deliver project and brand specific activities assuring they are correct, complete and on-time.


Gain Understanding of Legislative and Regulatory Climate

Understand how governments operate in key RB markets and key touch points RB can access to influence policy development. Monitor and gain an understanding of new policies and their impact on existing products and project objectives. Review trade association materials, news articles, government publications, etc. to gain an understanding of trends and opportunities. Contribute to the Regulatory Intelligence system.

  • BA/BS degree required in the natural sciences.
  • A minimum of 0-5 years of relevant work experience required.
  • Experience with consumer cleaning products and/or biocides preferred.  Experience from related product groups (e.g. Cosmetics, Ag-Chem, Pharma) will also considered.
  • Experience in consumer products industry is highly preferred.
  • High attention to detail and good organization skills
  • Ability to build and maintain effective networks and working relationships with cross functional teams to meet business objectives
  • Ability to work with uncertainties and effect innovative solutions to diverse regulatory requirements
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong negotiating, influencing and interpersonal skills
  • Results oriented, entrepreneurial and self-motivated
  • Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office suite)

In Return RB offer very competitive salaries with excellent benefits and the chance to progress your career within a truly global organisation.
RB is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by appropriate law. All hiring decisions are made based on merit, competence and business need.

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