The Product Stewardship Chemist is responsible for ensuring regulatory compliance for raw materials and finished goods in the US & Canada.
- Ensure regulatory compliance for raw materials and finished goods in the US & Canada.
- Plan, organize, prepare and submit new chemical inventory registrations for US & Canada
- Manage product database files (including product compositions, process information and test data).
- Ensures business leaders are abreast of existing, modified and new chemical risk management regulations and product stewardship emerging issues
- Assist in new product introductions and registrations, tariff classifications, transportation classifications and labeling
- Manages existing systems and processes and also designs new systems to maintain regulatory compliance throughout the business process (e.g., approving workflow requests, releasing sentinel notifications, etc.)
- Lead or support data acquisition projects for various regulatory reporting requirements
- Direct customer support & regulatory communication to both internal & external customers
- Write GHS compliant SDSs.
- Ensure labels are in compliance in with regulator and customer standards.
Desired Skills and Experience:
- BS Degree in Chemistry, Toxicology OR related science degree, with a solid knowledge of chemical properties and nomenclature; A MS in chemistry is preferred.
- Minimum 3-5 years of experience in chemical product stewardship related work or a combination of similar experience and training
- Knowledge of TSCA, OSHA, HAZCOM , SARA, DOT, CERCLA, FIFRA regulations
- FDA experience preferred
- Analytical ability to interpret fine line meanings of government regulations
- SAP experience is a plus
- Access experience is a plus
- Good interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills for interface with management, customers, and federal and state regulatory authorities
- Ability to work in a fast pace environment and multi-tasking work demands.
- Travel - infrequent
Critical Success Factors:
- Alignment with Archroma’s ACTS pillars
- Ability to grow business and substantially improve revenue
- Self-Directed work ethic
- Strong communication skills internally as well as externally
- Strong entrepreneurial thinking
- A creative, yet pragmatic problem solver; Methodical and hands-on as well as detail-oriented.