Associate, Registration & Regulatory ComplianceRacine, Wisconsin Job ID 23851 Apply
SC JOHNSON IS A FIFTH-GENERATION FAMILY COMPANY BUILT ON THE SPIRIT OF OUR PEOPLE. We have been leading with purpose for over 130 years, building iconic brands that win the hearts and minds of consumers – such as Raid®, Glade®, Ziploc® and more, in virtually every country around the world. Together, we are creating a better future – for the planet, for future generations and for every SCJ team member. Join our winning team of Wave Makers and Go Getters and help us write the next chapter in the SCJ story.
As the Associate, Registration & Regulatory Compliance for global projects, you will be responsible for working with battlegrounds and project teams to achieve success through development and execution of regulatory/registration plans for big bet biocidal products which meet country level requirements. You will be the main interface with our business partners and monitor internal end-to-end GSARA activities, such as raw material, formula reviews, finish goods, to insure they are completed on time, escalating issues when necessary. Further, for complex biocidal products, you will be a core member of project teams to vet regulatory requirements ensuring the product meets all requirements at the local level to ensure market viability. For complex biocidal products requiring registration, you will be a core member and determine and communicate appropriate registration strategies and global dossier development to ensure data encompasses as many countries as possible. You will guide RD&E Project Managers to self-service materials to understand RACA (Regulatory As a Competitive Advantage) as well as registration timing and regulatory information, and connect them to relevant functional experts and local registration specialists for each project. You will also lead development of self-service materials and train relevant battlegrounds. You will be the subject matter expert for regulations for Biocidal products. You will maintain trackers for overall GSARA project health and encourage teams to submit reviews to allow for full service level agreement timings within a project’s overall timeline.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Develop subject matter expertise for biocidal products in strategic markets to guide teams and identify potential roadblocks
- Ensure project teams are following principles of speed to registration using RACA
- Educate business on relevant registration requirements by maintaining and providing access to GSARA materials, including project tables and country one pagers
- For biocidal products, lead discussion on Registration Test Requirements to ensure robust data is generated to secure global registrations for countries in scope, and others that may be able to use global data following the Never Be Beat! mindset
- Monitor raw material, formula reviews, finish goods, to ensure proper service level agreement deliverables
- Ensure functional experts within GSARA (e.g., toxicology, physical safety, regulatory) are brought into the project at the right time to maximize efficiency while meeting project related requirements, including formula and finished good reviews. Track activities to ensure timely execution and escalate as necessary
- Develop subject matter expertise in the global regulatory landscape for relevant products to guide teams where possible, reaching out to global/regional partners as necessary
- Escalate timing or scope related issues that impact project timing and commitments, such as changes in regulations
- Make recommendations to management on improvements to processes, policies, and practices to continually refine and streamline dossier preparation
Advanced Level Duties and Responsibilities
- Due to different regulatory frameworks between SC Johnson’s businesses, the E2E Lead will have the opportunity to focus on one area and over time transition to other areas of focus depending on areas of interest
- Develop an understanding of battleground strategy and the specific objectives of all projects. Work with the battleground to ensure that a Never Be Beat! Strategy is considered for each project, to ensure a strong position with registrations in key countries
- Collaborate with GSARA functional experts/regional team members to summarize and analyze new regulations and emerging regulatory trends. Inform battleground of these updates
- Lead/manage strategic regulatory initiatives that require knowledge of applicable regulations and requirements
Required Skills / Experience / Competencies:
- A bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biology, biochemistry or other related science
- Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States
Preferred Skills / Experience / Competencies:
- Knowledge of US EPA and other regulatory agency requirements for Biocides
- Ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced environment
- Strong organizational and communication skills, ability to digest and summarize data, and communicate regulatory issues to colleagues outside of regulatory functions
- Ability to participate in globally dispersed multi-functional teams
- Ability to understand and work with the complex regulations governing pesticide sales, distribution, and use
- Effective prioritization, project management and critical thinking skills, with the ability to bring project to conclusion
- Ability to present and discuss alternate registration strategies
- Ability to summarize and communicate complex issues to business partners
- A second language is not required but is a plus
- Full time
- Core business hours
- 0 - 5% travel
- Office environment
- Ability to lift 10 – 40 pounds
- Remote work is available once a week for eligible employees
SC Johnson’s total compensation packages are at or above industry levels. In addition to salary, total packages may include bonuses, long-term incentives, matching 401(k) contributions and profit sharing based on company profitability, job level and years of service. As a family company, we’re committed to providing benefits such as subsidized health care plans, maternity/paternity/adoption leave, flexible work arrangements, vacation purchase options, recreation and fitness centers, childcare, counseling services and more.
At SC Johnson, we strive to create a positive, inclusive and unique workplace. We strongly believe SCJ people are able to achieve their best when they can collaborate and work together in person.
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The policy of the Company is to ensure equal opportunity for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, gender identity, gender expression, disability, citizenship, pregnancy, veteran status, membership in any active or reserve component of the U.S. or state military forces, genetic history or information or any other category protected by law.
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