Work for one of the leading food and beverage companies in North America with a great leadership team, offers employees tremendous opportunities for career advancement, competitive compensation, and employee appreciation.
The company has leadership positions in several beverage categories and have been the recipient of numerous awards including Fortune’s World’s Most Admired Companies 2021, Newsweek America’s Most Responsible Companies 2021, and Forbes World’s Best Employers 2020. Company has annual revenue in excess of $11 billion, nearly 27,000 employees, and more than 120 offices, manufacturing plants, warehouses, and distribution centers across North America.
We Value and Appreciate Our Employees:
Competitive Compensation, Health, Dental, and Vision Plans, Life Insurance, Disability, 401(k) matching, Paid Holidays and Paid Time Off, Flexible spending account.
Your Role with the Company:
The primary role of the Regulatory Affairs Analyst is to support the KDP regulatory team in ensuring regulatory compliance of our marketed products in the U.S. Additionally, the Regulatory Affairs Analyst may review information from government and technical sources relevant to our brands.
Support the KDP Regulatory team in verifying compliance of our marketed products and regulatory maintenance. All responsibilities listed below will be under direction of the KDP regulatory team.
Review of packaging graphics for both the U.S. and Canada, in accordance with local regulations, and other applicable legislation.
Review and approve ingredient specifications.
Provide regulatory support for maintenance of data in Optiva including data review and updates.
Support simple regulatory requests from the Product Tech Service team.
Provide declarations of composition for international products as requested.
Assist KDP regulatory team as needed in various projects.
3 – 5 years of experience in Regulatory Affairs of a Consumer Products Company, preferably the food industry.
Knowledge of U.S. regulations required, Canadian regulations preferred.
High level of attention to detail required.
Ability to prioritize and coordinate, with a great degree of flexibility.
Strong communication skills
University degree in a scientific field (B.S., Food Science, Biology Chemistry Toxicology, Nutrition,) required. M.S. preferred.
Ability to creatively problem solve in the regulatory space.
Strong ability to build collaborative relationships.
Good knowledge of computer applications (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, Optiva).
For additional information please contact Owen Carryl at Kaye/Bassman. (972)-265-5307 or email email@example.com