Sr Regulatory Manager


Bridgewater, New Jersey, United States Apply Now Apply until: Open until further notice



  • Maintain chemical regulatory compliance in Canada, USA, Mexico & Central American countries.
  • Complete regulatory reporting requirements in designated Americas countries such as US TSCA CDR, Canadian Environmental Protection Act Section 71 Notifications, and emerging schemes in Central America
  • Track regulatory changes, conduct impact analyses and develop compliance strategies.
  • Manage substance/product registration and compliance for new product development activities, including country-specific substance notifications.
  • Provide strategic regulatory expertise and registration support to gain market access.
  • Monitor and interpret (existing and developing) chemical regulations and assess impact on business to provide advice in a proactive and timely manner and facilitate substance registrations
  • Proactively monitor relevant regulatory developments/trends and communicate their implications and evaluate business impact
  • Coordinate or lead registration / notification processes on a regional (global) level in a timely and cost-efficient way.
  • Respond to strategic customer’s enquires related to regulatory information (not already provided in SDS/PRID/other statements).
  • Develop and maintain regulatory statements.
  • Perform regulatory reviews and provide regulatory documentation and advice  to support R&D projects and business needs.
  • Prepare all necessary PSRA information/documentation for the launch of a new or changed product or import of new product to the region and sign off in Material Lifecycle Management (MLM) process.
  • Lead or participate in projects within the PSRA area, like global launching of new product.
  • Strives to identify improvements and implement them.
  • Maintain / archive product data, documents, decisions and assessments in accordance with legislation and other internal requirements



  • Bachelor’s Degree in Organic Chemistry or Chemistry or related science field, PhD in Organic Chemistry preferred, complimented by 5+ years of experience preferred.
  • Desired experience with requests to CAS IES, PMNs, LVEs, and other regulatory submissions to EPA via CDX.
  • Direct experience with LVE, CDR. FIFRA
  • Expert in TSCA Regulations and knowledgeable in TSCA nomenclature rules
  • Demonstrated technical knowledge of products and processes as it relates to regulatory compliance.
  • Excellent communication and networking skills. Ability to build relationships with internal functions and external bodies.
  • Ability to receive and interpret complex information and data and communicate solutions to the business.
  • Travel: up to 15%


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Open until further notice
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North America
United States
New Jersey
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Job area
R&D / Product Development
Hierarchy level
Full time/part time
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