Sr. Global Reg. Affairs Manager

Research Triangle Park, NC, US, 27709-3528

BASF

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Now Hiring! Sr. Global Reg. Affairs Manager

 

Research Triangle Park, NC (Hybrid)

 

The world needs [creative] solutions. We need YOU!

 

Where the chemistry happens…

As a Sr. Global Regulatory Manager you will be responsible for maintaining the license to operate of BASF active ingredients and products worldwide. This involves making informed regulatory decisions for the AI (active ingredient) by considering sustainable development and product stewardship principles. It is crucial for you to have a strong understanding of Global Regulatory Affairs issues, including any changes in guidelines, interpretations, or procedures within key countries such as the US EPA, EU, Japan, and Brazil, as these may impact current or future product registrations. Additionally, you will provide global regulatory support for assigned crop protection active ingredients.

 

This position offers a hybrid working arrangement - 3 days onsite in the office and 2 working remotely from a home office each week. We are also open to a fully remote (within the US) option, as well, for a well-qualified candidate - Eastern Time Zone preferred. 

As a Sr. Global Reg. Affairs Manager, You Create Chemistry By...

  • Developing and implement global regulatory strategies that support agreed upon business goals, taking into consideration potential short and long-term issues and trends.
  • Leading cross-functional teams including: Product Chemistry, Ecotoxicology, Environmental Fate, Consumer Safety, Biology, Toxicology and Stewardship; you will develop regulatory data to support development projects and active ingredient / product defense.
  • Managing and communicate project costs and timelines.
  • Successfully engaging outside of the organization, you will interact and negotiate with representatives from key regulatory authorities to achieve regulatory objectives.
  • Keeping abreast of the latest global regulatory updates, you will inform and advise business teams on regulatory issues that impact project targets.
  • Representing BASF in relevant international industry associations and task forces.

 

If you...

  • Have education in an agricultural field (or related scientific discipline) AND your regulatory affairs experience in the pesticide industry - preference in biopesticides, but will consider conventional crop protection as well:
  • BS degree with 10+ years of hands-on, relevant experience OR
  • MS degree with 7+ years of hands-on, relevant experience OR
  • PhD with 5+ years of hands-on, relevant experience.    
  • Have effective communication skills
  • Ability to travel up to 15% - domestically and internationally

 

Then...

 

Create Your Own Chemistry With you@BASF

At BASF, you will have the chance to do meaningful work towards building a more sustainable future. In addition to competitive compensation and benefits, BASF provides you with access to a wide range of elements to help you be your best. It’s what we call you@BASF. We are committed to providing benefits, programs, and opportunities that support our employees’ overall well-being, personal growth, and a safe, collaborative, and inclusive work environment. 

Just some of the many benefits we offer include:

  • Flexible work arrangements whenever possible
  • Highly competitive retirement savings plan with company match and investment options
  • Well-being programs that include comprehensive mental health support for you and your household family members
  • Family forming benefits (fertility, adoption and surrogacy reimbursement, maternity/parental leave, and more)
  • Back-up child and elder care with discount programs for families of all ages and stages
  • Mentoring and career development opportunities that allow you to share, learn, and thrive 
  • Matching gifts program that allows you to deepen the impact of your contributions to qualified charities 
  • Employee crisis support for when the unexpected happens
  • Access to our BASF wine cellar, employee discounts, and much more!

Privacy Statement

 

BASF takes security & data privacy very seriously. We will never request financial information of any kind via email, private text message or direct message on any social medial platform or job board. Furthermore, we will never send a candidate a check for equipment or request any type of payment during the job application process. If you have experienced any of the above, please contact myhr@basf.com to report fraud.

Pay Transparency

 

BASF is committed to pay transparency practices. The competitive Pay Range for this role is $128,000 - $176,000. Actual pay will be determined based on education, certifications, experience, and other job-related factors permitted by law.

Equal Employment Opportunities

 

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, citizenship, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, disability status, gender identity or expression, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.

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