Job Title:Country Regulatory Manager - United Kingdom Location:Cambridge, United Kingdom Company:Corteva Industry Sector:Agribusiness Industry Type:Chemical, Pesticide and Fertilizer Career Type:Legal/Policy Job Type:Full Time Minimum Years Experience Required:N/A Salary:0
Corteva Agriscience, is seeking an experienced professional as Country Regulatory Manager for the Crop Protection organization, in Cambridge. This opening arises following the internal career progression of a current Country Regulatory Manager
The Role As Country Regulatory Manager you will join a small team of colleagues dedicated to develop and register new and existing plant protection products. Strong interaction with external regulatory bodies and internally with colleagues from Regulatory & Product Stewardship and other functions of the organisation (i.e. Integrated Field Sciences, Customer Service, Marketing and Sales) both nationally and internationally are expected.
Depending of your qualifications and earlier experience key responsibilities will include:
Responsible manage all regulatory aspects, currently in accordance with Regulation EC 1107/2009, for a broad portfolio of products from development to commercial launch.
Liaise with internal and external specialists to ensure quality technical support for regulatory matters related to product development, approval and operational excellence.
Cooperate in European regulatory and technical networks, collecting and delivering all necessary national documentation for registrations according to local requirements.
Ensure successful product authorizations by preparation and on-time submission of high quality registration dossiers to the regulatory authorities in the United Kingdom.
Manage and track progress of national regulatory packages in accordance with work plans together with field scientists to ensure timely inclusion of biology package into the overall registration dossier.
Provide regular input into internal product approval database.
Support commercial success by coordinating and undertaking administrative tasks related to changes in formulation and origin of manufacture.
Ensure compliant labelling, in accordance with regulatory authorisations and local packaging and labelling legislation and manage all aspects of label creation and documentation in internal and external databases.
Participate to relevant local cross functional teams to ensure regulatory compliance and provide timely, succinct and accurate regulatory advice to commercial and other functions.
Provide targeted communication with commercial, food chain and supply chain departments.
Communicate regular updates of all changes concerning registration timelines to relevant regulatory colleagues, cross functional teams and the Regulatory Country Leader.
Maintain a strong knowledge of European and national legislation and activities which could impact national existing or future approvals of plant protection products / biocides.
Appropriate degree/diploma with specialization in agriculture, biology, chemistry or equivalent discipline with related experience in natural or agricultural sciences.
Experience in registration of plant protection products, equally important is an enthusiasm for regulatory policy and succeeding in a highly-regulated sector.
Strong teamwork and communication skills, efficient and well organized with excellent attention to detail and ability to manage multiple projects in parallel.
Empathetic listener with strong customer focus skills
Capability to formalize and manage transversal projects.
Self-motivation to identify and fulfill customer and stakeholder needs.
Agility, pro-activity and dynamism are essential in a growing international company.
IT literate including high proficiency in Microsoft Office suit and ability to quickly learn successful use of internal bespoke databases.
Fluency in English (spoken and written) is required.
Offer A competitive salary and benefits reflecting your experience and competences.
Location: Fulbourn, Cambridge, UK Organization: Crop Protection Platform
Reporting Line: The position reports to the Regulatory Leader for Nordic, BNL and UK/IE
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