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14 Jan 2021

Southeast Director of Registrations – Tennessee

Posted by Tara Schwartz, tara@producecareers.com – Anywhere

Job Description

Job #37435

The Director of Registrations provides knowledgeable and accurate interpretations of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Federal and other laws, regulations and registration requirements affecting private label products and proprietary pesticide product line. This position also provides leadership with interpretation of laws and regulations to ensure that adequate registration requirements are met, that no violations occur affecting the development of and sales and marketing of products and that accurate records are maintained.

The employee’s primary duty must be the performance of office or non-manual work directly related to the management or general business operations of the company or customers. This also includes the exercise of discretion and independent judgement with respect to matters of significance.

What your day may look like

  • Manages and directs the Registration team.
  • Manages the creation and filing process of all company labels.
  • Manages processes to maintain records for all bulk pesticide facilities including filing of new EPA establishment numbers, initial pesticide producing reports and annual pesticide producing reports for each location.
  • Manages and creates processes to coordinate and submit manufacturers to the company’s Technical Registrations including engagement with Indian, European, and Chinese suppliers to request, gather and prepare data for PRIA submission.
  • Directs and manages EPA label approval process for all required government levels (local, state and federal).
  • Serves as subject matter expert and provides management with new and evolving data on technical registrations and/or end use labels.
  • Monitors and reports on registration activities impacting business through NPIRS or Knowtify.
  • Manages and creates the regulatory budget.
  • Reviews and approves product label text and proof of printer’s draft to ensure compliance with EPA requirements regarding pesticides regulations.
  • Coordinates with Government Affairs, Legal and Executive team on public comment periods surrounding pesticides of interest.
  • Develops procedures to ensure regulatory compliance at all levels.
  • Manages computerized records of registration for all products.
  • Ensures internal databases are up-to-date with latest registrations.
  • Manages distribution of updated registration information to departments, divisions and business units.
  • Monitors changes in federal and state regulations for product labeling by written and personal contact with regulatory agencies and determines updates that need to be made to labels.
  • Researches and provides guidance on laws and regulations to ensure registration requirements are met and no violations occur affecting the development of and sales and marketing of products and ensures accurate records are consistently maintained
  • Provides maintenance to existing products registrations due to new regulations through the amendment and notification process.
  • Amends product labels as directed by EPA or Product Manager.
  • Manages sub-registrations with basic suppliers and customers.
  • Supports international registration efforts.
  • Approves vendor acute tox and product chemistry data invoices for payment.
  • Assists in obtaining and maintaining registration of EPA establishments.
  • Other work-related duties as assigned by leader.
  • Reliable and regular attendance is expected.

Education and experience needed for this position

  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Ten years of regulatory, EPA or product registration experience is required.
  • Five years of leadership experience is required.

Other skills that will help you succeed:

  • Project management skills.
  • Written and verbal communication skills.
  • Organization skills.
  • Prioritizes multiple tasks.
  • Works independently.
  • Attention to detail
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, specifically Excel and Word, is required.

Please contact Tara Schwartz, tara@producecareers.com

Job Categories: QA, QC, Food Safety, R&D. Job Types: Southeast. Job expires in Endless.

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