Regulatory Affairs Technical Lead/Project Manager

Summary/Objective

The Regulatory Affairs Technical Lead/Project Manager has responsibility for:

  • Providing technical leadership in the areas of Canadian and Mexican crop protection and chemical regulations
  • Acting as project manager for North American and global regulatory affairs projects.
  • The Regulatory Affairs Technical Lead/Project Manager is responsible for fostering a high level of quality and performance and will support the Group Leader of Product Stewardship and Regulatory Affairs as well as other knoell USA and global knoell businesses. The Regulatory Affairs Technical Lead/Project Manager will report to the Group Leader of Product Stewardship and Regulatory Affairs.

Essential Functions

  1. Serve as the technical expert on assigned projects concerning primarily Canadian and Mexican crops and chemicals regulations. This will require staying abreast of regulatory changes in both countries and keeping the Group Leader of Product Stewardship and Regulatory Affairs informed of such changes.
  2. Act as a project manager overseeing the preparation, implementation, communication, and coordination of regulatory projects, primarily concerning Canadian and Mexican regulations and secondarily concerning global registrations.
  3. Manage submissions to authorities in Canada and Mexico and liaising with cooperation partners in those countries as applicable.
  4. Maintain relationships with existing cooperation partners in Canada and Mexico and develop additional partnerships in Latin America as needed and under the direction and supervision of knoell USA senior leadership.
  5. Serve as the go-to source of information regarding Canadian and Mexican regulations and guidelines for clients, knoell USA staff and knoell global companies staff.
  6. Stay abreast of regulatory developments in the Middle East and collaborate with members of the knoell Global Regulatory Affairs team to support requests for services in this region.
  7. Provide technical presentations at business development events to advertise knoell's expertise in Canadian and Mexican chemical and crop protection regulations.
  8. Provide excellent and timely communication with knoell team members, clients and regulatory authorities while maintaining a sense of urgency around projects and deliverables.
  9. Identify project problems and corrective solutions.
  10. Other related work as requested.

Qualifications

  • Degree in biology, natural resources, chemistry, or related discipline.
  • At least 10 years professional experience in the registration of chemicals and/or crop protection products in the national or international regulatory context.
  • Extensive project management experience.
  • In-depth knowledge of Canadian and Mexican Federal and state regulations.
  • Demonstrated excellent attention to detail, organizational skills and ability to prioritize work.
  • Excellent communication, organization and presentation skills.
  • Ability to work as a key member of a cohesive team.

Contact

Tim Hendricks, PHR

Human Resources Representative

Office: +1-610-558-3001 ext. 113

3070 McCann Farm Drive
Suite 112
Garnet Valley, PA 19060

Company: 
knoell USA, LLC