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Regulatory Affairs Specialist
Position ID: # EB-2037622981
Date Posted: 7/19/2022 11:36:19 AM
Location: Fredericksburg, VA
Min Years Experience: 2
Degree is Required

Job Description

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For 20 years, our client has been designing and manufacturing innovative products and technologies for first responders and the military. Their lab-developed and tested disaster preparedness and emergency response equipment makes these difficult jobs easier and protects lives. Their products that are proven comfortable, effective and safe for use in the most hazardous environments.

Position: Regulatory Affairs Specialist

This is an exciting, high-visibility opportunity for a dynamic, growth-minded individual with at least 2 years of regulatory/compliance experience with EPA pesticide regulations (FIFRA / PRIA), FDA, DOT chemical transport, and OSHA workplace safety. In this role, you will be the organizational subject matter expert on applicable regulatory matters impacting the company’s innovative products, production processes, and operations.

Location: Fredericksburg, VA
Compensation and Benefits: Base Salary depends on experience (Associate or Specialist) plus comprehensive benefits.

Responsibilities Include:
- Request, develop, and prepare required data and reports to be submitted to regulatory bodies and agencies.
- Ensure compliance with applicable government regulatory standards and apply for licenses, when needed.
- Maintain required documentation and electronic document management systems.
- Collaborate with and train key staff from Operations/Production, Finance, and Sales departments.
- Ensure staff are aware of the legal standards that apply to their work.
- Notify leadership when compliance issues arise or are identified, when regulatory reports are delayed, and when other immediate action is required.
- Assess potential solutions and make recommendations about how to change the processes to solve problems.
- Establish and maintain business relationships with officials in federal and state government regulatory agencies.
- Manage on-site inspections by regulatory agencies, including providing documents or data as part of that process.

- Bachelors Degree
- At least 2 years of applicable regulatory compliance experience.
- Excellent communication skills, organization skills and attention to detail.
- Enthusiastic and proactive self-starter, with a forward-thinking approach and problem-solving skills.

While the work and the mission are intense...the work environment is fun and relaxed. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is looking for a high-energy, high-performance team environment where they can make an immediate impact and secure room to grow!

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