Permanent role –Full time 35 hours per week
Hybrid working – Onsite & Remote Working - Staffordshire
Our client is a leading manufacturer of a adhesives and primers for roofing applications. They are seeking an experienced Compliance & Regulatory Manager to support the Technical Manager and Managing Director with a range of tasks. This diverse and interesting role will be responsible for regulatory affairs, compliance, environmental, social & governance and supporting colleagues with changes in legislation. Flexible working is offered, with an expectation of being on site once a week or when required.
Ensuring that the company meets all compliance and regulatory legislation for the use of raw materials, manufacture of formulated products, labelling and supply of products to customers.
Assisting with the authoring of SDSs and keeping records up to date.
Advising on labelling for products for local and export markets, ensuring compliance with legislation for shipping and use.
Advising the Head of Technical on UK and EU Reach legislation for chemicals and formulated products
Monitor and ensure the safe handling of regulated substances (e.g. hazardous, biocides, acids, etc).
Preparing risk assessments and safe systems of work.
Completing CoSHH Risk Assessments and keeping them up to date.
ESG and regulatory liaison with suppliers and customers, providing information in a readily accessible form both written and via presentations.
Contribute to and drive implementation of the environmental plan.
Responding to legislative changes and suggest new product development ideas.
Provide technical sales and customer support on all regulatory aspects.
Provide in-house training
Participate in Trade Association committees as required.
Assist with the management and auditing of the QMS
Self-motivated with a drive to complete tasks in a manufacturing environment.
Several years’ experience in regulatory affairs and compliance within a chemical manufacturing environment.
Authoring of SDS and labelling of chemicals and formulated products is essential for UK and export.
Educated to a minimum of Degree level in Chemistry or Science or equivalent.
Good organisational skills are essential.
Excellent communication skills with ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Attention to detail with experience of using regulatory and labelling software would be advantageous and full training will be provided on current systems.
Right to work in the UK.
In return our client is offering a competitive salary and flexible working.