An exciting opportunity for a German Speaking candidate with a background in Regulatory Affairs to join this highly successful business that provide labelling, consumer information and regulatory advice.
OUR CLIENT is an expanding company who provide retailers, manufacturers and brands with accurate labelling, consumer information and regulatory advice. They have approved thousands of specifications, pack copies and artwork in multiple languages in all corners of the world.
THE REGULATORY ADVISOR is responsible for providing high quality food regulatory advice to clients, translators and internal teams. Key responsibilities will include:Answering clients' queries, participating and contributing in leading projects to ensure a high level of customer service. Having an input on artwork from pack copy to approval, adhering not only to regulatory requirements, but also corporate policies.Carrying out research on regulatory developments in the countries/regions they cover and other markets which may be of interest to the business.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE must have experience working in a regulatory affairs role, or in a related field. We are also ideally looking for a Native German Speaker who understand food industry challenges and consumer trends in Germany. Other key attributes will include:Bilingual - Fluent in English and German.Degree or equivalent in Food Science/Food Law or in a related field.Keen to learn and continuously expand own knowledge.Stress-resilient and able to work against tight deadlines.Self-disciplined, with ability to work on their own and as part of a team.
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