Regulatory Affairs Specialist (12 month fixed term contract)
Luxfer MEL Technologies is a global leader in the development, manufacture and supply of Magnesium and Zirconium based products and services to technology industries worldwide.
Zirconium chemicals are produced at the site from a range of raw materials. Our lightweight magnesium alloys are machined or extruded to custom shapes and specifications to meet our customer requirements, and are used in high performance, safety critical aerospace, defence, healthcare, oil and gas and Formula 1.
We are a forward-thinking business with approximately 300 employees across the UK & US and are seeking to appoint a Regulatory Affairs Specialist to join our Quality Assurance and Compliance team, based in Swinton, Greater Manchester.
What will I receive in return?
As a Regulatory Affairs Specialist, you will receive a salary in the region of £30,000 to £40,000 with the level dependent on experience and qualifications. You will also benefit from:
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
- Company pension scheme
You will be employed on a 12 month fixed term contract, working predominantly Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Flexibility with working hours will be required due to the nature of the role.
What will this role of Regulatory Affairs Specialist entail?
As the Regulatory Affairs Specialist, you will be part of the Quality Assurance and Compliance Department as part of the team monitoring compliance activities under the guidance of the Head of Quality and Compliance. You'll be responsible for compiling data and implementing strategic direction to ensure all compliance is maintained in all importation and manufacturing transactions, auditing business processes to evidence compliance. Your duties will include, although not be limited to:
- Managing / completing the global reporting, notification and registrations required for commercial and strategic direction / growth projects
- Monitoring and tracking budgetary requirements to achieve compliance activities
- Carrying out internal audits and audits of external suppliers and subcontracted processes
- Monitoring developments in and assessing compliance and risk with company, state, federal and other laws and guidelines
- Contributing to the ERP system to provide reporting mechanisms for compliance activities
This role is an ideal opportunity for someone looking for personal growth in a fast paced and dynamic environment, who is keen to gain experience of working across a wide range of projects involving internal and external stakeholders.
What will I need to be considered for this Regulatory Affairs Specialist vacancy?
- Proven experience gained within a regulatory role dealing with EU REACH registrations, ideally gained within an industrial or manufacturing environment
- Excellent knowledge of Global Regulatory Schemes
- Experience of using software packages for reporting / registrations (such as IUCLID, CDX)
- Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Excel to intermediate level
Although not essential, a degree level qualification in Engineering, Material Science, Chemistry or related Environmental Science or Toxicological subject would be highly advantageous.
More about us:
We are an innovative technology driven business where Customer First, Integrity, Accountability, Innovation, Personal Development and Teamwork are our core values. At Luxfer we are passionate about what we do; the products we develop and manufacture and our long-term partnership with our customers.