Regulatory Affairs

$80000 - $88000 per annum, Benefits: $80k plus superannuation
May 2nd, 2024
East Ryde, New South Wales, Australia
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About the Company:
Based at Macquarie Park, this global chemicals manufacturing company has a range of water, hygiene products created for the foodservice, food processing, hospitality, healthcare, industrial businesses. Our client ensures that the products they create are truly effective, innovative, sustainable and of premium quality.
Our client operates a fast paced, professional and collaborative environment to produce an extensive range of products for both Australia and international markets.

About the Role:
The Regulatory Affairs Associate role is a maternity leave contract for a min 12 months. As a large company however, there could be future opportunities within the organisation long term.
This a perfect opportunity to start your career in reg affairs, if you are wanting to branch out of working in the laboratory/Quality space or if you are already working in this space, extend yourself by learning a diverse and broad range of standards.
As a chemical company they work across abroad number of authorities including the APVMA, AICIS, TGA, Medsafe NZ and MPI NZ.
This position requires a keen eye for detail, outgoing personality, excellent communication skills and the passion for networking within a team to really drive the business forward.
Working as part of a larger reg team across ANZ, you will assist in ensuring compliance with key regulatory standards including:
  • Documentation - submissions, filings, and approvals.
  • Liaising internally with R&D, Marketing, Quality Assurance, as well as external stakeholders as a point of contact providing guidance on regulatory/ compliance matters.
  • Adapting to the constant change in the regulatory environment
Skills & Experience:
  • Mon- Fri – option to WFH Mondays and Fridays
  • Tertiary qualifications – chemistry essential
  • Some regulatory knowledge - APVMA, TGA , AICIS, Medsafe, EPA etc desirable.
  • Experience in chemistry and/or reg affairs.
  • Knowledge of regulatory processes and willingness to learn about new guidelines, procedures and requirements desirable.
  • Knowledge of SAP desirable.
  • Ability to work proficiently in Excel, Office
  • Good communicator, excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to multitask essential.

  • This is a tight knit team within a leading global company.
  • $80k plus superannuation 
  • Easy access train station/metro, well established facilities.
  • Well supported management team.
  • Attractive staff product discounts
How to Apply:

If you think this could be the role for you then please apply now! Please send us a cover letter AND a detailed resume in WORD format (PDFs can be corrupted / not processed).  
Or, if you have any questions, please contact Susan on
Note: Applications only accepted from Australian / NZ residents with valid Australian work rights or temporary residents on work visas e.g. Working Holiday Visa.

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