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Vacancy: Regulatory Affairs Advisor

Location: Remote (UK), Full-time

Start date: Position vacant and available now

Founded in 2019, Bloom Regulatory is a London based consultancy that provides commercially aware regulatory support to businesses offering beauty and wellbeing consumer goods.

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.

The Regulatory Affairs Advisor is 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 Director, you will assist in all aspects of the regulatory support the company provides to its customers as well as helping to expand the portfolio of services on offer.

As a bespoke consultancy, our services cover a wide range of areas. The Regulatory Affairs Advisor will be expected to work independently to manage projects from start to finish and be responsible for the day-to-day liaison and management of key customer accounts.

Working in the areas of cosmetics, food supplements and wellbeing (training will be provided in new areas as needed) the Regulatory Affairs Advisor will manage and work on a wide variety of projects, including new and ongoing product compliance, environmental and REACH compliance, development and implementation of operating procedures and strategies, compliance of brand materials (website, advertising etc) as well as provide internal and expert support and advice on an ad hoc basis, especially within our key focus areas of borderline and environmental claims.

Bloom Regulatory is recognised for its high-level expertise on claim substantiation, global compliance and pragmatic regulatory advice based on risk assessment. We are often committed to provide to in-depth regulatory reports/advice on novel and challenging topics. The Advisor will have the opportunity to gain a broad knowledge of the regulatory landscape and provide input to these projects.

Working as part of the Regulatory department, the Advisor will provide direction to the Regulatory Affairs Administrator in the areas of label review, formulation checking, Product Information File compilation and product notifications.

The Regulatory Affairs Advisor is integral in ensuring internal databases are maintained with up-to-date legislative information and is a key contributor to the company website as an author and researcher for regular blog articles.

About You

You’ll have:

  • Undergraduate Degree or higher (Degrees and courses associated with cosmetics or food will be welcomed)

  • Regulatory experience within a cosmetics company (desirable but not essential)

  • Top organisational skills, so you can keep projects on track in line with relevant deadlines and priorities

  • Attention to detail

  • Analytical and problem-solving skills

  • Solid risk assessment skills paired with flexible and creative thinking

  • The ability to interpret complex information into a simple message, with just the right amount of detail appropriate for stakeholder understanding

  • Strong communications skills (in at least English)

  • Ability to build and maintain stakeholder relationships

  • Tact and diplomacy

  • Willingness to share ideas and accept the views of others

  • Ability to work and collaborate on tasks as part of a team but also to work remotely and independently

  • IT competency

You'll get:

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 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.

How to apply

Please send a cover letter and CV for the attention of Amanda Isom, Regulatory Affairs Director, The closing date for applications is Friday 30 September 2022.

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