Updated: Jul 9, 2021
Job Title: Regulatory Affairs Advisor
Location: Remote (UK), Full-time.
Founded in 2019, Bloom Regulatory offers regulatory and strategic support to companies offering cosmetics in a variety of markets. The Regulatory Affairs Advisor role is a unique new position in this expanding company, ideal for those either at an early stage within their regulatory career in the cosmetic or food sectors or those with a formulation or NPD background within cosmetics / or consumer goods and a keen interest to move into regulatory affairs.
About the Role:
Reporting to the Regulatory Affairs Associate Director, you will assist in all aspects of the regulatory support the company provides to its clients as well as helping to expand the portfolio of services on offer. This exciting position offers opportunity to progress into a higher role.
As a Regulatory Affairs Advisor, you’ll be involved every step of the way to ensure our customers' goods are compliant in the UK, EU but also in other markets. You’ll be heavily involved in new concept developments and supporting our customers’ plans to ensure any new products they bring to market are legal. You will need to ensure that we keep up with any changes in relevant regulations, conduct data management and risk assessments. You’ll need to ensure you maintain clear communication with stakeholders internally as well as with external partners. Your expertise will help to form some of our regulatory strategies for the future too.
Solid risk assessment skills paired with flexible and creative thinking
Top organisational skills, so you can keep projects on track in line with relevant deadlines and priorities
The ability to translate complex information into a simple message, with just the right amount of detail appropriate for stakeholders understanding
Attention to detail
Analytical and problem-solving skills
Undergraduate Degree (Degrees and courses associated with cosmetics will be welcomed)
1 year regulatory experience within a cosmetics company (desirable but not essential)
Strong communications skills (in English - bonus point if you also have another language)
Tact and diplomacy
Ability to work and interact as part of a team but also remotely and independently
IT competency (Excel spreadsheet programming skills is not required but definitely a plus)
A great opportunity to help shape the Bloom Regulatory Ltd expansion agenda. 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 as needed by experts in this area. You’ll also get to work with a nice small team internally and externally too.
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.
You’ll be responsible for:
The role primarily focuses on the cosmetics regulatory landscape but duties will also require the candidate to carry out similar work in relation to food supplements (especially ‘beauty from within’ products):
review artwork and labelling
research upcoming changes in legislation and update internal systems
maintain internal filing systems of regulatory resources
support client meetings
liaise with clients and provide support
submit CPNP notifications
compile Product Information Files from customer documentation
research background information for presentations and articles
provide cosmetovigilance advice
review product claims
This role definitely has potential to grow as our company is expanding.
If you think you have everything we're looking for and more, then we'd love to hear from you.
About Bloom Regulatory Ltd
Founded in 2019, Bloom Regulatory offers regulatory and strategic support to companies offering cosmetics via a new global approach to regulatory consultancy.
We look beyond regulatory affairs and consider other key challenges and opportunities to provide bespoke solutions to companies in a world of increasing commercial pressures. Bloom Regulatory Ltd helps and supports our customers to address regulatory challenges and find practical solutions based on our high level of expertise. We are very transparent and the way we communicate advice to our customers is crucial. Bespoke high quality advice and a risk assessment approach is at the heart of our business.
Our approach has been designed with a view to optimise cost and speed up time-to-market by anticipating regulatory and trade barriers. The Regulatory Affairs Advisor will be key to delivering these services to customers.
We also specialise in advising and assisting cosmetic and personal care companies looking to complement their ranges with food/beauty supplements.
Seniority Level: Junior level
Food & Beverages
Employment Type: Full-time
Job Functions: Regulatory Affairs
Location: UK Based
Home based working. Travel to London upon need. Occasional travel at customer offices or to conferences / training in the UK / EU.
How to apply: Send your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com before Tuesday 18 August 2020.