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Regulatory​ ​Compliance​ Analyst/Specialist (US) - Product Compliance

  • Job
    Full-time
    Mid & Senior Level
  • Legal
  • Raleigh
  • Quick Apply

Requirements

  • Degree in Law, Business, Library & Information studies or equivalent. Postgraduate or Masters in Law or equivalent desirable. Other degrees (such as Science / Chemistry / Electronic Engineering) may be considered if the candidate has industry regulatory experience and/or strong research, writing and language skills.
  • Experience in product regulatory compliance, industry (e.g. electronic appliances, industrial machinery, power tools, garden machinery, apparel/clothing/textiles) or related fields such as product design, labeling, restricted substances, safety and/ or testing desirable.
  • Experienced researcher;
  • Significant knowledge of US environmental, product compliance, ESG/sustainability or associated regulations including California Prop 65, Consumer Product Safety Act, Toxic Substances Control Act, Energy Conservation Program for Consumer Products etc
  • Excellent project and time management skills;
  • Language skills preferred (particularly Thai, Vietnamese or Korean) but not essential;
  • Proficient in the use of computers.
  • The successful candidate will be a hard working, self-motivated, strong communicator with good problem solving skills, initiative and attention to detail.

Responsibilities

  • KRA​ ​1:​ ​ ​Monitoring:
  • Monitor regulatory developments for the USA (federal and state) in addition to other specified countries if required;
  • Ensure a comprehensive & reliable bank of sources of regulatory information is built up & maintained to ensure effective and optimal monitoring;
  • Own and maintain ‘Country Monitoring SOPs’ for the USA (federal and state) and other countries that may be assigned and ensuring sources of regulatory information & any useful information to aid monitoring is recorded and current;
  • Utilise automatic monitoring tools to maximise the efficient and prompt capture of regulatory information.
  • KRA​ ​2:​ ​Entry​ ​of​ ​Regulatory​ ​Information​ ​into​ ​C2P:
  • Enter regulatory and supporting sources into C2P for the USA (federal and state) and other countries as required in line with established data entry conventions;
  • Ensure all information added to C2P is accurate & exhibits a keen attention to detail;
  • Extract key requirements and other relevant details (eg compliance deadlines, products and chemicals in scope, entry into fore dates etc) from sources to enable C2P users to assess relevance of the regulatory and supporting measures to their business;
  • Add regulatory updates on US federal and state regulatory developments of importance and interest to clients
  • KRA​ ​3:​ ​Research:
  • Conduct research in the field of US federal and state regulations and standards (and other countries as may be required) in response to client queries which come through our “Ask Our Experts” function or a part of a managed services project.
  • KRA​ ​4:​ ​Subject Matter Expertise:
  • Strong knowledge and understanding of all areas of coverage in C2P database;
  • Become the go-to person for a specific content area(s) in C2P;
  • Maintain the Content Boundary Document for your responsible area;
  • Provide guidance & answer queries on your specialised area both to within the team and externally e.g. the sales team & clients.
  • KRA​ ​5:​ ​Process​ ​Improvements:
  • Actively engaging in ongoing changes to GRCT processes in order to improve team efficiency as well as pro-actively contributing ideas and suggestions for improvement.

Unlocking Market Access

Consulting
Industry
51-200
Employees
2000
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

Compliance & Risks helps companies unlock market access by simplifying the world of product compliance. Our software, regulatory content and team of subject matter experts provide the most comprehensive market access solutions in the world.