Our client is a successful and well established pet food manufacturing business. The company has developed a solid reputation of providing uncompromised, award winning pet food products. The company’s products are sold in more than seventy five countries worldwide.
We are currently recruiting a Regulatory Affairs Analyst to be our client’s lead on their regulatory research to support ingredient innovation claims. This position is also responsible for continually researching regulatory changes, building the regulatory library, and monitoring new regulations that drive compliance and leadership in pet food regulation. The Regulatory Affairs Analyst works out of our client’s Edmonton office and reports to the Regulatory Specialist.
Job Duties • Lead the regulatory dossier for new product registration. • Continually research regulatory changes, build the regulatory library, and monitor new regulations (AAFCO, FDA, USDA, FEDIAF, CFIA and Act 36 regulations and guidelines). • Communicate and mitigate any worldwide regulatory violations. • This role is tasked with archiving and storing all historical regulatory records. • Prepare and renewal of required permits and tonnage reports. • Support our client’s value of teamwork by actively interacting with other departments to ensure successful product launches. • Maintain global product information and registration files. • Perform special projects as assigned and is responsible for general administrative duties as needed. • Liaise with regulators and distributors. • Represent the organization to help influence policies and legislation. • Perform other duties, as required. Requirements • Bachelor’s degree in a food science, nutrition, medical sciences or biological sciences. • A minimum of five years’ experience working in a regulated environment (Food, Feed, Pharmaceutical or Chemical). • Able to read and understand complex regulatory articles and documents. • Self-motivated and ability to work well in a team with problems solving skills. • Strong attention to detail. • Ability to work on and coordinate multiple projects. • Ability to lead and coordinate meetings using visual meeting tools. • Able to effectively use Microsoft Office, particularly Microsoft Excel and Power Point. • Good interpersonal skills and effective communication skills, both verbal and written. • Fluent in English, both written and spoken. • Ability to speak and understand other foreign languages will be an asset. Should you be interested in this opportunity please email your resume to email@example.com
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