Product Chemistry Project Manager - Europe

Drusenheim, ALSACE | 7 mois
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Résumé de l'emploi

Drusenheim
Dow

Description de poste


Product Chemistry Project Manager - Europe-1711642

Description

The Dow Chemical Company is looking for an ambitious Product Chemistry Project Manager for Europe within our Crop Protection Product Design & Process R&D function to be based in Drusenheim, France.

 

The Regional Product Chemistry Project Manager (RPCPM) is the product chemistry expert for the region.  RPCPM works with their Global Product Chemistry Project Managers (GPCPM) to implement the regional product chemistry regulatory strategy. The RPCPM is responsible for the understanding and interpretation of the countries regulatory requirements in the region, proposing study plans to meet those requirements, and accountable for oversight of the studies within their scope.  The RPCPM collaborates with local, regional regulatory leaders and assists in project and product chemistry study planning for new product launches, existing registration maintenance, as well as creation of documentation to support regional registration activities (ex. CoC’s, CoA’s, dossiers). 

 

Other Locations such as Milton Park , UK could be considered .

 

Key Responsibilities:

    • Planning and Oversight of the completion of regional and country specific analytical studies and documentation required for:


    • Registration or re-registration of Active Ingredients and End Use Products

    • Actives & Intermediates Synthesis projects

    • Pipeline Molecules

    • Regulatory Inquiries

    • Manufacturing support (method transfer support, new impurity strategy, specifications)

    • Coordination of local studies with contract labs; physical properties, analytical methods, analysis of material, batch analysis of active ingredients and formulated products are resourced and completed.  This will entail protocol writing, managing and reporting of analytical studies in support of product registration and studies to be loaded into Submission Center.

    • Initiating, coordination, formatting requirements (translation of studies to local language, if needed), and issuing product chemistry summaries, reports, and dossiers in support of the registration or re-registration of new or existing active ingredients and EUP’s.

    • Creating certificate of composition (CoC) or certificate of analysis (CoA) that are unique to the country or region for registration support.


Qualifications

 


  • A Master's Degree in Chemistry , Biology , Biological Chemistry, Agricultural Sciences or a related field. 

  • No less than 5 years of experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Product chemistry regulatory guidelines

  • GLP study director

  • Crop protection operations/manufacturing

  • Manufactured Product Regulatory Compliance (MPRC)

    • Familiarity with contract labs
    • Strong communication skills and demonstrated skills in project management , qulaity assurance , and quality control.
    • High Level of English Proficiency . French is an asset .

     


    About this Posting
    The Dow Chemical Company values the benefits that diversity can bring. Dow is looking for individuals best suited for this role regardless of nationality, origin, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability or age.
     
    The positions represented by this job posting are aligned to one of the three divisions, Agriculture, Materials Science or Specialty Products. Additional information on division alignment will be provided during the recruitment process. 
     
    About DowDuPont
    DowDuPont (NYSE: DWDP) is a holding company comprised of Dow and DuPont with the intent to form strong, independent, publicly traded companies in agriculture, materials science and specialty products sectors that will lead their respective industries through productive, science-based innovation to meet the needs of customers and help solve global challenges.

    Primary Location
    Europe-France-Alsace-Drusenheim
    Schedule
     Full-time

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