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Chemical Regulatory Expert

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Do you have a Masters or higher degree (or equivalent) in a scientific discipline related to chemistry?

Do you want to be part of a fast-growing, dynamic, successful team as part of a FTSE 100 company?

If you answered yes to all of the above, we want to hear from you as we have an exciting opportunity for a Chemical Regulatory Expert to join our dynamic team in the UK.

CHEMICAL REGULATORY EXPERT, HOME BASED

ABOUT THE ROLE:

Our successful Toxicology and Regulatory team has a great opportunity a Chemical Regulatory Expert to join their team. You will be supporting clients with regulatory and chemical support according to the European and Global legislation, which means that you will work with UK, European and international clients. You will strategically plan and implement the requirements and support with sustainable solutions and registrations of substances/biocides. Apart from supporting clients you will also be working on actively expanding our consulting services with our existing clients. In addition, you will also get the opportunity to hold training sessions within the chemical field.

Key Activities:

  • Work in a structured, business-like way with the customer in focus
  • A good communicator who enjoys meeting people and understands the value of good relationships
  • Comfortable in different environments and at the same time, good at collaborations
  • Supporting clients with regulatory and chemical support according to the European and Global legislation

The role will be based in Leicester where the site is accessible by regular bus service from the city, easy access from M1 and a local shopping retail park.

The Chemical Regulatory Expert is a permanent, full time role that requires the role holder to work 37.5 hours per week Monday to Friday. The role is home based but linked to our Leicester site so you will be required to attend site on a regular basis as the business requires.

ABOUT YOU:

  • Good IT literacy skills (MS Office)
  • A masters or higher degree (or equivalent) in a scientific discipline related to toxicology
  • Previous experience in regulatory toxicology and/ or conducting risk assessment of consumer products (an advantage)
  • Work is undertaken for customers across the globe, so an appreciation of cultural differences and an awareness of differing regulatory requirements is essential

Intertek’s passionate and entrepreneurial culture inspires employees to be Ever Better, to own and shape their future, whilst giving them the freedom, power and tools to develop a learning and development pathway that is unique to them. From their unique Skills for Success management and leadership development programme, which enables employees to gain skills and recognised qualifications to deliver 10X Performance, to Learning Leadership Labs that allow a learning experience for new and future leaders to support innovation and engage their people through collaborative quality conversations, Intertek has amazing opportunities waiting just for you!

ABOUT INTERTEK:

  • Global pioneers in the Quality Assurance industry, they are the only company in the world that delivers – on a truly global scale – a fully integrated portfolio of Assurance, Testing, Inspection and Certification services.
  • Located in 1,000+ laboratories and offices across the world.
  • Our innovation-led, end-to-end Total Quality Assurance (‘TQA’) proposition helps organisations operate safely, effectively and with complete peace of mind in an increasingly complex, fast-changing world across all industries.
  • A focused strategy and culture that gives employees the right platform to grow and develop their careers


    To Apply

    Apply at www.intertek.com/careers


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