Regulatory Affairs Associate Jobs Vacancy in Natural Factors Coquitlam
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Regulatory Affairs Associate Jobs Vacancy in Natural Factors Coquitlam Jobs Details:
Factors Group of Nutritional Companies Inc. is a leading manufacturer of nutritional supplements and other health-building products. We are committed to enhance the wellbeing of our customers - through research, development and delivery of effective nutritional products. It is our mission to contribute to the lives of our customers, employees, suppliers and the communities we serve, in a cooperative and sustainable manner.
The main responsibility of this position is to secure Natural Health Product (NHP) licenses, to create label texts for all product categories, and provide regulatory reviews of finished good labels to ensure compliance with all Canadian regulatory requirements as well as the business and quality objectives of Factors Group of Companies. The responsibilities include taking into consideration the company’s commitment to our seven Core Values such as Sustainability (people, the planet, and profit) in the planning and implementation of all actions related to the area of responsibility.
Prepare and/or assist in applying for the NHP license as outlined in the regulations
Respond and/or assist in responding to IRNs efficiently and within the designated time frame
Ensures the evidence can support the safety and efficacy of the formula and health claim(s) as outlined in the regulations, and summarize as necessary
Responsible for communicating NHP information and challenges to the Supervisor and/or Manager
Assists in evaluating raw ingredients and to ensure label claims are met and are in compliance with the NNHPD submission requirements
Responsible for the timely amendments and notifications of NPN’s (Natural Product Number) licenses
Responsible to create and/or maintain accurate bulk label templates
Responsible for the creation and regulatory review of finished good labels in regard to ingredient nomenclature, formulation, nutritional information, ingredient/allergen disclaimer, label language, health claims, and other technical information. Ensures the finished good label information meets the requirements of the governing Canadian regulatory authority for that product category or claim.
Responsible for regulatory compliance of existing products to ensure the finished good label information continues to be accurate with the formula, and in compliance with the applicable Canadian regulations and/or marketing authorization of that product (NPN)
Provide and/or assist in label summaries for change control and forward to the Manager and/or Supervisor for approval
Provide regulatory support to Brand Managers regarding additional product information included on the finished good labels
With help, responsible for answering customer questions regarding labeling information
Able to analyze supplier ingredient information, C of As and other quality information
With support of the RA team, maintain up-to-date knowledge on all Canadian regulations including NHPs, foods, meal replacements, cosmetics, labeling, and advertising requirements
With help from the RA team, able to analyze and interpret the regulatory guidelines and apply them to the respective labels or NHP submissions with consistency
Maintenance, development, and organization of filing systems
Responsible for keeping the RA Manager and/or Supervisor informed of regulatory challenges
Assist in maintaining the training materials and/or work procedures
Assist the Manager and/or Supervisor to evaluate the new guidelines and documents and apply them
Provide overall help in the department’s functions and duties
Other projects as assigned by the RA Manager or Supervisor.
Must have excellent verbal, written and comprehensive English skills
A University Degree or Technical Diploma in a related scientific field
1-2 years' demonstrated working knowledge in a Regulatory Affairs capacity or related work experience would be considered
Must have excellent research skills, e.g. full literature search of medical databases, pharmacopoeias, journals, etc.
Must be able to analyze scientific literature and summarize in a technical report format
Attention to detail and investigative nature
Proficient in computer literacy, e.g.: MS Word, Excel, Adobe, Windows, Internet Explorer
Team player with a positive attitude and highly motivated
Strong organizational skills including effective prioritization, follow-up, and process oriented
Problem solving abilities and can manage complex issues
Attention to details, commitment, dependable
Able to multi-task and meet multiple deadlines
Able to deal with confidential information with a high degree of diplomacy
This position is open to all qualified applicants who are legally entitled to work in the country in which this job is located. Only electronic applications can be accepted. This position will close when a competitive candidate pool has been identified. We thank you all for your applications; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. You can check the status of your application by logging in to your account. All the best!
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