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- Regulatory Affairs Coordinator
- Regulatory Affairs Specialist
Regulatory Affairs Coordinator
About the job
This team member will obtain government approvals for Modere nutritional, personal care and other consumer products for importation and sale in foreign markets.
What you will be doing
- Research foods/drugs regulations and government guidelines to determine product licensing procedures and obtain government approvals.
- Interface with various corporate divisions, government agencies, Modere international offices and regulatory/scientific experts.
- Prepare recommendations on legal, regulatory and scientific issues impacting ingredients, product formulation, development, marketing and advertising of products and prepare scientific and technical documents for government submissions.
- Responsible for development/review of product labeling/packaging and promotional literature, ensuring compliance with government requirements and regulations, company policies and industry standards.
- Other related duties as assigned.
Skills and experience we would like to see
Bachelor’s degree preferred, preferably in life sciences area or combination of education/certification and related work experience in a food/nutrition industry or international business environment.
- Excellent research, analytical and communication skills with ability to interpret legal and technical specifications.
- Project management skills.
- Multi-tasking skills.
- Ability to meet demanding deadlines in a fast-paced corporate environment.
- Proficient in MS Office programs.
After you have taken the time to review our open positions, you may be curious to discover how your talents align with shaping the future of Modere. You are more than just your resume. We understand. The resume is only the introduction to your story. A platform to begin a conversation.
So, are you ready to introduce yourself? Let's begin. Send us your resume and any additional links you would like for us to review. Feel free to begin with a brief intro. A standard cover letter just won’t do. We invite you to let us know what you are thinking at this very moment.
After you submit your information, time will elapse as we review responses. As we learn about you, we may discover that our paths intersect and we will want to meet you. It may be over the phone or in person. Be prepared. It is critical that you understand that we are selective. (We expect you are as well.)
This is an excellent time for you to reflect. Know who you are. Be comfortable being you. Know what drives you to be your best. Know what kind of people motivate you to be your best. Why are you considering a change of employment? What would a Modere employment opportunity mean for you?