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May
02

Agricultural Chemicals Global Registration Manager

Agricultural Chemicals Registration Manager

The position manages regulatory affairs in order to obtain registrations of agricultural chemicals in the United States and the World. The position reports to the Regulatory Vice President.

Job Responsibilities

  • Obtain and defend regulatory approvals for sourced products.
  • Provide input on design and reporting of studies for use in regulatory dossiers.
    • Contribute
      to the preparation, including substantial independent writing, of
      regulatory applications for submission to EPA and PMRA.
    • Monitor
      the progress of applications through regulatory review processes and
      draft responses to questions from regulatory agencies.
    • Develop and maintain in depth knowledge of NAFTA and global agrochemical regulatory requirements.
    • Interact with regulatory agencies on matters related to compounds.
      • Provide technical support to regulatory colleagues in other world areas seeking similar approvals.
      • Participate in the management of post-approval regulatory activities.
        • Place studies and monitor progress of studies placed at contract laboratories with particularly emphasis on environmental fate.
        • Perform and/or contract computer modeling related to dietary or environmental risk assessments for companies.

Qualifications

  • Five plus years work experience with regulated products, through prior similar position in industry.
  • BS or preferably higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field,
    with background in conducting scientific studies for agrochemical
    registration.
  • Strong capabilities in the interpretation and
    communication of results from scientific studies performed to support
    registrations.
  • Experience in conducting and defending weight of evidence evaluations.
    • Ability to independently prepare succinct, scientifically accurate, and clearly written technical documents.
    • Strong
      computer skills, including database management and use of modeling
      software for dietary and/or environmental risk assessment.
    • Knowledge of GLP and regulatory study requirements.

 

Contact

Darin Miller

Miller Ag

Darin@millerag.com

www.Millerag.com

About the author

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