Careers at Delphic HSE

 

Senior Regulatory Toxicologist:
(Cosmetic Team Lead)

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Location: Farnborough, Hampshire. UK

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £40,000 – £45,000 pa

Main purpose of the role

Project management of cosmetic & personal care programmes for Major clients. Managing Client and staff relationships and workload – including regulatory and toxicological guidance and mentoring.

Completion of toxicological reports and compliance services for a range of products inline with the Cosmetic Regulation EC 1223/2009.

Interpreting and maintaining European Regulatory & Toxicology Data Content (RTDC) to support Delphic HSE software solutions and other services (such as newsletters, blogs, articles, etc).

Business development & marketing of Delphic HSE Services.

Duties & Responsibilities

Managing allocated workload and staff to ensure client projects are completed on time and to a suitable quality.

Customer services & client relationship management by phone, email or in‐person. Includes representation of the company at client meetings, trade shows, conferences and other events as necessary.

Preparation of Toxicological Risk Assessments and compliance documentation for various consumer chemical products against relevant regulations as required.

Develop and maintain relationships with regulatory agency contacts, and other appropriate individuals or organisations, on a European basis.

Review of various registers, newsletters, standards, interpretations, etc. as related to European RTDC in order to find and renew reference materials.

Implementing updates directly into Delphic HSE Database or, for larger updates, provide instructions for and management of the update.

Resolve European RTDC-related issues as reported by clients / staff, including the creation and maintenance of documentation that clearly describes the interpretation of European RTDC.

Leading or supporting company communication activities; including website updates, newsletters, service offer updates, etc.

Leading or participating in business development, marketing, networking or other sales related activities to help promote the Delphic HSE brand.

Developing business understanding and insight, along with pre‐requisite personal skills.

Candidate requirements

BSc, MSc, Chartered Biologist, EUROTOX eligible, experience within Cosmetic Regulation EC 1223/2009

Associate Toxicologist

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Reporting to: EU Office Manager

Location: Toxicology Department, Farnborough, Hampshire, UK.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £25,000 – £30,000 pa

Main purpose of the role

Building toxicological and regulatory knowledge & experience through completion of safety assessment and toxicological reports. Developing business understanding and insight, along with pre‐requisite personal skills.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Technical Data Entry.
  • Raw Material Entry & Review.
  • Completing assessments to a high standard to be issued directly to clients.
  • Gaining experience in assessments of different products and regulations, to be checked by a Toxicology Consultant.
  • Assisting with the training and development of Trainee Toxicological Staff as required
  • Managing allocated workload to ensure tasks are completed on time and to a suitable quality.
  • To contribute towards the company’s external training courses by preparing and writing course content and delivering sessions as and when is possible.
  • Representing the company at conferences and events.
  • Writing articles, books and other scientific literature as required.
  • Develop and maintain membership(s) of appropriate professional body at a level in keeping with tasks undertaken, including CPD as required.
  • Liaising with customers and other members of the team in order to ensure tasks are completed.
  • Customer service by phone, email or in‐person visits.

Other Comments

Training will be planned and reviewed on an annual basis with external and internal courses provided.

Staff members are expected to apply themselves fully to courses and training in order to ensure they develop as required by the company.

Some out of hours learning and practice may be required.

Additional tasks may be required on an ad‐hoc basis, as necessary for the successful functioning of the company.

Compliance Analyst

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Reporting to: EU Manager

Location: Farnborough, Hampshire, UK.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £30,000 – £35,000 pa

Main purpose of the role

To take the lead on a range of consumer chemical products, providing technical support for the activity of regulatory compliance for a variety of retailers and manufacturers. Overseeing the regulatory compliance for the full lifecycle of a variety of products.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Collating and verifying the data set required to support Regulatory compliance for a variety of non-food products.
  • Regularly review literature, legislation and ensure products are compliant with the most recent/relevant regulations and amendments.
  • Maintain Technical Files and carry out regular safety and compliance due diligence activities.
  • Oversee workflow associated with the client and its suppliers. Regularly update client on status.
  • Liaising with customers, internal staff across all regions, suppliers, laboratories and manufacturers to ensure all required data is available and up-to-date.
  • Liaising with customers, internal staff across all regions, suppliers and manufacturers to effectively handle any product complaints or concerns.
  • Regular customer interaction via telephone and email.
  • Regular supplier interaction via telephone and email. Account management of suppliers on behalf of the Client will be required.
  • Supporting the Compliance team’s communications activities (e.g. web page updates, newsletters, communications on service offer updates, managing email distribution lists).
  • Represent the company at industry events.
  • Potentially hold internal and external training sessions and events in areas of expertise.

Other comments

Activities may change as needed to support the needs of the company. Training will be planned & reviewed on an annual basis & courses will be provided. The Staff Member will be expected to apply themselves fully to the courses in order to ensure they develop as required by the company. The company will invest in training for the Staff Member & give them all the tools available to assist in their learning. Some out of office hours learning and practice may be required.

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