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Global Process Management (GPM) provides global regulatory leadership, expertise, and execution for the information/dossier development, product registration, and lifecycle management of all SC Johnson products. The Product Management incumbent will oversee that GSARA evaluations are conducted and documented in the PLM system using current and developed GSARA processes. The GSARA evaluations will be coordinated by Product Management with considerable input from Functional Experts (product safety toxicologists, environmental toxicologist, regulatory compliance professional, etc.)
This individual will be responsible for ensuring that Environmental, Safety, Regulatory, Registration (ESR) and quality standards are set and met before projects advance through the stage gates. Product Management will work with local and global Functional Experts to define clear success criteria for each project up front. Global Regulatory and Systems Functional Experts will work closely with GSARA E2E Lead to ensure the appropriate ESR considerations are given to product design and that holistic ESR assessments are conducted on new product launches or product changes. This individual has a broader knowledge of regulatory/registration requirements, understands the impact of the requirements globally, and can make the connection to resolve issues.
Provide GSARA E2E Lead with timing for the completion of GSARA clearance for assigned projects. For more complex or novel projects, consult with GSARA Functional Experts to obtain this information. Track project related GSARA activities to ensure that GSARA Functional Expert outputs are completed on time and in a manner that meets the needs of the business.
Review PLM submissions for accuracy and completeness prior to initiation of the formula and/or finished good clearance process; work with requester to correct any deficiencies.
Provide country specific regulatory compliance review of raw materials, ensures PLM submissions for accuracy and completeness; work with requester to correct any deficiencies.
Manage the GSARA clearance processes for formulas, finished goods and human testing requirements according to established procedures. Ensure that the relevant GSARA Functional Expert and Local Compliance are assigned to the request. Proactively identify potential issues and proactively collaborate with GSARA E2E Lead to ensure timelines are met. Resolve any issues through collaborative problem solving with cross-functional stakeholders.
Identify gaps and inefficiencies to GSARA review processes and recommend opportunities for improvement.
Identify and interpret domestic and international applicable laws, regulations and related performance standards that apply to chemicals, their use in Company's products, and their distribution, and help develop, and implement processes and procedures to facilitate and promote global compliance.
Has a broader understanding of regulatory compliance.
Understands and applies relevant GSARA processes.
Continuously evaluates the regulatory climate of assigned countries, identifies potential issues which may arise, work to favorably impact the outcome of emerging or existing issues.
Align and action project priorities as described by the GSARA E2E Lead.
Coordinate documentation generation through GSARA i.e. R2D2
Verifies minimum requirements are captured in PLM for compliance review.
Provides proper classification of products per Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Goods Regulations
Required Skills and Education:
Three plus years work experience in compliance-related field with progressively broadening responsibilities
Strong technical background in chemistry, chemical engineering, life sciences or related discipline. A four-year scientific or engineering college degree is required
Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Goods Transportation Training (IMDG, ICAO, and DOT Regulations by air, vessel and ground)
Computer literate; effectively utilize web-based and internal databases and systems such as SAP PLM, third-party electronic regulatory data sources such as ChemAdvisor's LOLI, and Microsoft Office software
Transportation Classification Certification a plus.
Proven situational leadership skills and demonstrated experience in influencing internal stakeholders as well as forging strong relationships with colleagues
Demonstrated ability to participate in multi-functional teams, ability to summarize and communicate regulatory issues to colleagues outside of regulatory functions
Excellent listening, written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
Detail-orientation. Effective prioritization, project management, and critical thinking skills
Problem solving skills with the ability to bring project to final conclusion.
Self-directed with a "can do" attitude and willingness to drive change that may not be inspired by him/her and is being asked of him/her
S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, status as a qualified individual with a disability, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, ancestry, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.