Chemical Regulatory Consultant
Hamilton , ON
Yordas Group is a leading international provider of scientific and consultancy services, regulatory advice and training to industry in sustainability, chemicals management and risk assessment. We help ensure companies are compliant and up-to-date with the regulations affecting their supply chains and product portfolios. Yordas is headquartered in the UK, with offices and representation across the globe.
Grade Dependent on experience
Location US, Canada
Salary range Dependent on experience, full-time position
Owing to the continued expansion of the business and greater demands for services, Yordas Group is looking to recruit a Regulatory Consultant to support our business in North America.
The successful candidate will provide expert advice to industry on a range of chemical compliance based legislation such as TSCA, CEPA, Prop 65, EU/UK REACH, etc. to support companies to comply with regulatory requirements.
You will deliver and expand our services in a customer-facing role and be able to communicate effectively and efficiently with colleagues, clients, international partners and authorities.
Role and Responsibilities
- Provide expert regulatory and technical advice to clients with regard to TSCA, CEPA, EU/UK-REACH, Prop65 and other state-based legislation, PFAS and other substances of concern requirements, and global chemicals legislation
- In collaboration with your colleagues, drive the management and expansion of Yordas’ client portfolio in North America
- Attend and present at industry trade shows, seminars and conferences, and build a thought leadership profile through social media to enhance the Yordas brand in the region
Profile and Qualifications
For a Regulatory Consultant position, the candidate is expected to have the following skills and qualifications.
- Fluent English (spoken and written), additional languages would be an advantage
- Develop and maintain a comprehensive understanding of the current and future regulatory requirements, attending conferences to keep up to date with developments in the appropriate laws and guidance documents
- Knowledge and understanding of regulatory affairs, with demonstrable experience as a regulatory specialist in industry or consultancy for at least 5-10 years (essential)
- Good working knowledge of Product Stewardship and the current and future legislative landscape
- University degree in a natural science such as (eco)toxicology, chemistry or environmental sciences
Dependent on location, we offer an excellent range of staff benefits, including:
- Pension Scheme and Medical Benefits
- Generous holidays
- Professional Development
- Social Culture
- Flexible working