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Regulatory & Scientific Affairs Specialist

Regulatory & Scientific Affairs Specialist

Bryanston, ZA

Bryanston, ZA

Position Summary

RSA Specialist contributes to compliant labelling and product related communications, gives input to business & technical in local I&R projects and builds relations with authorities and associations.

A day in the life of a Regulatory & Scientific Affairs Specialist

  • Keep abreast of local and international (e.g. Codex) regulatory knowledge and share regulatory knowledge with RSA staff and various functions. 
  • Propose & Implement validated action plans in response to regulatory changes in the market. 
  • Contribute as key member to local I&R projects. Be assigned as regulatory collaborator and/or leader in I2L.
  • Ensure regulatory compliance of recipes, raw materials and products, labelling and any kind of product communication by working in close collaboration with marketing, nutritionists, quality department and application groups for product compliance and contribution to relevant networks.
  • Participate in industry working groups. Participate in discussion with local authorities on specific issues.

What will make you successful

  • Minimum 3 years experience in a regulatory team or in close contact with regulatory environment ( food association, industry or governmental authorities)
  • Applied knowledge in at least one of the regulatory related topics such as food safety, consumer information, nutrition & health, additives, or quality.
  • Knowledge and experience in nutrition, science, raw material and finished products applied to regulatory environment.
  • Successful completion of the functional RSA curriculum up to the specialist level and proven implementation of learning through on-the-job  application.

Position Summary

RSA Specialist contributes to compliant labelling and product related communications, gives input to business & technical in local I&R projects and builds relations with authorities and associations.

A day in the life of a Regulatory & Scientific Affairs Specialist

  • Keep abreast of local and international (e.g. Codex) regulatory knowledge and share regulatory knowledge with RSA staff and various functions. 
  • Propose & Implement validated action plans in response to regulatory changes in the market. 
  • Contribute as key member to local I&R projects. Be assigned as regulatory collaborator and/or leader in I2L.
  • Ensure regulatory compliance of recipes, raw materials and products, labelling and any kind of product communication by working in close collaboration with marketing, nutritionists, quality department and application groups for product compliance and contribution to relevant networks.
  • Participate in industry working groups. Participate in discussion with local authorities on specific issues.

What will make you successful

  • Minimum 3 years experience in a regulatory team or in close contact with regulatory environment ( food association, industry or governmental authorities)
  • Applied knowledge in at least one of the regulatory related topics such as food safety, consumer information, nutrition & health, additives, or quality.
  • Knowledge and experience in nutrition, science, raw material and finished products applied to regulatory environment.
  • Successful completion of the functional RSA curriculum up to the specialist level and proven implementation of learning through on-the-job  application.

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