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Regulatory Role

Updated: Jul 14

Founded by Olivia Santoni in 2019, Bloom Regulatory is a London based consultancy that was formed to bring a new approach to regulatory support. Working with businesses who offer beauty and wellbeing consumer goods, we have a particular focus on cosmetics and food supplements.

At Bloom our mission is to enhance business visions by offering commercially aware regulatory solutions. We strongly believe that the regulatory environment should not be a burden to commercial success. With a deep knowledge of regulations, market trends and consumer behaviours we provide our customers with regulatory solutions that support their brand and help their products to stand out in the marketplace. Today, we support many premium and niche brands in a variety of different ways.

About the role

Location: Remote (UK), Full-time

As a result of our continued accelerated growth, we are looking for a passionate individual, with an eye for detail, to join us in a regulatory affairs role. The main purpose of this role is to provide support to the Regulatory Affairs Team, including:

- Monitoring and communicating changes in regulations affecting cosmetics, food and consumer products in GB, EU, US and Canada.

- Monitoring and reporting advertising adjudications from the ASA - Monitoring and communicating product recalls and enforcement action from key markets - Reviewing cosmetic formulations for GB, EU, US and Canadian market compliance - Compiling and reviewing INCI lists for cosmetic product labelling

- Assisting in the timely preparation and submission of cosmetic notifications for GB, EU and Canada - Updating our internal cosmetic ingredient monitoring database - Updating our internal food ingredient compliance lists - Carrying out label/artwork review for cosmetic and food products - Writing blog posts for the company website on a variety of topics

- Compiling and auditing Product Information Files

-Providing support at client meetings, presentations, training, and industry events/conferences as required - Attending internal or external training as required The role will be reporting to the Regulatory Affairs Director.

Requirements - Strong level of communication skills and a keen eye for detail - Strong people skills, motivated and able to use initiative - Intermediate MS Office skills (Excel, Word, Power Point, and Outlook) and video calling platforms - The ability to prioritise, organise and complete a variety of simultaneous tasks - Be able to work independently - Degree in Life Sciences or Cosmetic Science, or equivalent

Why work with us This is a chance to build on your regulatory and technical knowledge with a variety of projects as we continue to grow. Full training for the role and on cosmetic and food supplement regulations will be provided. You’ll also get to work with a friendly small team and customers.

Our company encourages colleagues to learn new skills, think in a holistic approach and work in an open way – staff are encouraged to propose new ideas, suggestions and new ways of working. The wellbeing of our staff is very important and we want to provide all the necessary support to our staff for growth. Bloom Regulatory offers a competitive employee package including working from home, flexibility, pension, health insurance and generous holiday entitlement. We encourage new graduates to consider the role.

How to apply

Please send your CV and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role to (for the attention of Amanda Isom, Regulatory Affairs Director) or submit via this website. The closing date for applications is Friday 11 August 2023.

Please note, job applications are at the discretion of the hiring company. Deadline dates may close earlier than originally advertised in exceptional circumstances.

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