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Global Director of Regulatory Affairs & Product Stewardship EWE021213

JOB DESCRIPTION/RESPONSIBILITIES: My global client in the chemical industry is experiencing exceptional growth, with a long term strategy in place to grow internationally, both organically and through acquisitions. I am recruiting a talented Regulatory leader in the chemical industry to oversee all aspects of Regulatory Affairs and Product Stewardship for my client. You will assure that globally, all regulatory requirements for company products (by geography and industry) are identified, and that registrations are achieved and maintained that are consistent with the company marketing plans. You will lead the company Product Stewardship and Product Safety programs and maintain the hazard communication systems such as Safety Data Sheets and labels ensuring that SDSs and labels are developed, meet requirements, are maintained and accessible. You will ensure that regulatory reporting requirements are met, and lead the global regulatory team. The position interacts with external agencies, trade associations, customers, consulting vendors, toll producers, R&D, production, supply chain, business management and the company Board.
This is an attractive opportunity for a number of reasons:

-as the company has moved from a regional to global business the company rate of growth year after year has been phenomenal
-this is the top person globally in the regulatory affairs/product stewardship area reporting to the President/CEO
-person gets to build a regulatory culture, not just maintain a current one- will have the ability to shape it into a world class organization

More Specific Duties and Responsibilities include:
Develop strategies with business management to meet global product regulatory requirements. This includes China REACH, TSCA, REACH, DSL and similar global regulations.
Work with corporate personnel regarding the development and implementation of regulatory strategy, potential areas of regulatory concern, and new government/regulatory developments.
Take the lead when necessary of discussions and negotiation directly with regulatory authorities regarding company's filings.
Ensure that product technical data is developed and reviewed to support applications to regulatory authorities, while protecting confidential business information.
Lead the development, implementation, and review of current regulatory and product safety policies and practices issued by global regulatory agencies.
Ensure that regulatory input is provided to new product and new market applications and to ensure that report systems are maintained.
Maintain a system to keep apprised of global regulatory developments that could potentially impact the company and ensure global management is aware of these developments and that response plans are implemented.
Ensure that product declarations/statements regarding product regulatory issues are developed and communicated for all company products in all global markets and for all company product groups.
Ensure that the regulatory team is actively involved and meets its QHSSE obligations. Also ensure that the regulatory team is empowered, recognized, effectively trained and continually developing appropriate competencies.
Lead crisis communication regarding product safety issues.
Assess eco-toxicological data particularly in relation to product classification.
Represent company via the appropriate Industry councils and trade associations.

Salary is $140-160k and full benefits are included. Please refer to EWE when responding to this position.

JOB REQUIREMENTS: Minimum of 10 years in regulatory experience in the following industries (listed most relevant to least): Chemicals, Petrochemicals, Agrochemicals or Pharmaceuticals. At least 5 years global experience in a regulatory leadership role. Specific knowledge and experience in the registration and introduction of products globally, especially Asia, the Americas, and Europe. Must be knowledgeable of the following processes in global product safety: Risk assessment, Hazard assessment, HAZCOM requirements, and future global product strategy. Experience in effectively interfacing with external bodies such as ACC, REACH, TSCA, EMEA, and other regulatory govt agencies. Proven ability in working with regulatory agencies in meeting compliance with good liberal interpretations, and in sensitivity to the nuances in sharing confidential business information with regulatory agencies. Earlier experience in a toxicology lab would be a plus. A degree in chemistry, toxicology, biochemistry or chemical engineering is required with a Masters degree at minimum in one of these areas, and a PhD preferred. Strong communication skills with a demonstrated ability to influence at all levels in an organization.

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Woodmoor Group, Inc.
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Company Profile
Woodmoor Group was established in 1994. Ray Bedingfield, an executive recruiter with a national reputation and then with more than 30 years experience at varying levels, started the company with Elizabeth Murdaugh, MD. Since then, Woodmoor Group has grown from a one-person operation to thirty-five people. We have offices in Colorado, Illinois and Wisconsin. Our professionals have in-depth search experience and are engaged by Fortune 500 as well as smaller businesses in the practice of executive search. (We take great pride in Woodmoor Group’s record of success with more than 560 client/partners.)