A chemical and consumer products company based in Manchester is currently looking to recruit a Cosmetic Regulatory Specialist to their team, following the retirement of a long serving member of staff.
With cosmetic and chemical regulatory knowledge, you will take over the regulatory aspects of the cosmetic and personal portfolio.
Heading the company's cosmetics and personal care products portfolio. Developing strategy for product launch and submitting new registrations, back-back and amendment request in a timely manner. Reviewing and assessing initial product samples from buyers and making recommendations for modifications to products if deemed necessary. Compiling and maintaining 'Product Technical Files' in accordance with the relevant SOP Preparing product labels in line with latest Cosmetic Regulation and working with other departments to obtain information to include on the product label related to relevant regulation Being cognisant of the latest developments in the relevant regulations such and interpreting and advising the consequences to other stakeholder in order to be compliant. Working with external agencies and testing houses to perform data gap analysis on missing reports/data to compile and prepare a Product Information Pack and registering cosmetic products in CPNP. Issuing Labelling Sec for Cosmetic and Personal care Products to the Marketing and Buying Departments. Advising on any specific markings that are required on product packaging. Reviewing product packaging and artwork to ensure it meets our quality standards and is suitable for placing on the market. Ability to generate analysis and review the Safety Data Sheet. Reviewing product Test Reports e.g. Stability, challenge test reports, SDSs, REACH & SVHC Commissioning product test reports with Test Houses where necessary -liaising with SGS, MSL etc. Liaising with suppliers and other members of the team to ensure suppliers are fully briefed with our requirements. Provide technical advice for given product areas internally and to external customers/clients Keep up to date with current Detergent, Cosmetic, REACH, Aerosols, Air Fresheners, CLP regulations, legislation and standards Monitoring samples and testing approval dates against the critical path. The role will require working in conjunction with the buying/Marketing, Purchasing and Transport Department Artwork reviews Liaising with customers where queries and complaints have been reported directly or via authorities.
Knowledge, skills and experience:
Graduate in Chemistry or relevant science Minimum 3 years work experience in Cosmetic Products compliance/Regulatory Previous commercial experience in consumer product QA and product safety