Sr Regulatory Affairs Analyst - Montreal, Quebec,

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Job ID: EB-9189357406
Job Title: Sr Regulatory Affairs Analyst – Montreal, Quebec,
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When you work at Keurig Dr Pepper Canada (KDP), you are diving deep into the inner operations of the 3rd largest beverage company in Canada, reaching for a positive impact with every drink. You are learning how one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers – for the 6th consecutive year – is developing a fast-pace and ever-evolving business, empowering our employees to push beyond conventional barriers, and leading the path as a modern beverage company.

Regulatory Affairs plays a pivotal role in bringing and maintaining our products in market. Ensuring compliance with local regulations, understanding government policies, and fostering relationships with key stakeholders are integral to KDP’s success. The Senior Analyst will not only focus on the regulatory landscape, but also play a supporting role in our stakeholder relations efforts, advocating for products and the industry’s broader interests.

The Senior Analyst, Regulatory Affairs is responsible for supporting the launch of marketed products, including developing mandatory product label text, regulated claims, and nutritional information in the form of Label Information Notes (LINs) as well as tracking post-market regulatory surveillance. The candidate will be heavily involved and engaged in horizon scanning for the Canadian market in preparation for future regulatory requirements. The candidate will be fostering strong relationships with industry associations and government agencies. This position will be pivotal in providing guidance to various project teams, ensuring regulatory compliance for KDP products.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Analyze product formulations to provide mandated labelling content by working closely with R&D scientists while delivering against desired marketing requirements in a compliant manner.
  • Review and approve final product labels, ensuring compliance with local legislation and market authorizations.
  • Ensure product formulations and ingredients comply with Health Canada regulations.
  • Provide regulatory input for early innovation of new products by reviewing marketing concepts and claims for consumer studies.
  • Ensure appropriate scientific support of Canadian-based product claims to obtain the most competitive labelling possible.
  • Advocate for the company’s interests, liaising directly with industry trade associations.
  • Proactively monitor the regulatory and governmental environment, remaining aware of changes, identifying impact to products, and executing the regulatory strategy to ensure timely compliance with new regulations.
  • Offer solutions to strategic and tactical regulatory and governmental issues.
  • Manage complex regulatory projects to deliver against regulatory initiatives.
  • Provide regular updates to matrixial teams on projects, plans, business goals, and ensure alignment in areas of responsibility.
  • Manage all paper, electronic files, and information management databases.
  • Enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the Regulatory Affairs department by supporting and improving various systems and processes.
  • Build strong relationships within division/departments on both local and global levels and with external stakeholders.


  • University degree in a scientific field required (B.S., Food Science, Biology, Chemistry, Toxicology, or Nutrition); M.S. Preferred.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in Regulatory Affairs in a Consumer Products Company.
  • Demonstrated experience in liaising with industry trade associations.
  • Proficient in computer applications (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, Access, Optiva).
  • Bilingualism required, both spoken and written.


  • Self-motivation, tact, and high attention to detail.
  • Ability to analyze complex policy issues and advocate for the company’s position effectively.
  • Strong ability to build collaborative relationships both internally and externally.
  • Robust multi-task project management and priority setting skills.
  • Excellent communication, influence, and negotiation skills.
  • Ability to work in a constantly changing, fast-paced work environment.
  • Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team and collaborate across departments.
  • Ability to travel occasionally as required.

For additional information please contact Owen Carryl at Kaye/Bassman. (972)-265-5307 or email

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