Job: North America Regulatory Affairs Associate, Crop Protection & Nutrition, knoellUSA, Home Office, NC
knoell is a global company headquartered out of Germany that researches, processes and evaluates scientific data across all scientific specialties. Our vision is to be the trusted industry leader in worldwide regulatory solutions. We compile registration dossiers and submit them to national and international authorities. The size of our company allows us to act as a full service provider and assemble a team of the required size and expertise to serve clients in agrochemical, biocides, industrial chemicals, product safety, veterinary medicine and medical devices.
knoell USA is part of an extensive network of scientific and regulatory experts who partner with major multi-national, mid-tier and start-up clients. Services include scientific consulting, analytical services, technical writing, and document management services with offices in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
The North America Regulatory Affairs Associate is responsible for supporting Regulatory Affairs projects for clients, as part of the Crop Protection & Nutrition N.A. Regulatory Affairs group. The N.A. Regulatory Affairs Associate will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects for various clients, working with the N.A. Regulatory Affairs team, as well as the global Regulatory Affairs group. This role is expected to deliver a high level of quality, service and support to clients. The N.A. Regulatory Affairs Associate will report to the Group Leader of North America Regulatory Affairs for Crop Protection & Nutrition.
? Participate in a multidisciplinary technical team to develop regulatory strategies and solutions for a wide range of Crop Protection & Nutrition clients
? Provide support for the preparation and submission of applications to US EPA for registration of pesticides, including conventional, biopesticides, fertilizers, and biocontrol products
? State registration document management support (e.g., product application forms, licenses, and renewals) for products regulated under FIFRA
? State registration document management support for fertilizers/soil amendments and biological products
? Provide support for the application of organic products with USDA National Organics Program and with Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI)
? Assisting with the creation of NVA numbers for new and revised technical labels, and locating most current versions available of these, as needed
? Tonnage reporting for fertilizer products
? State label submission support (e.g., label amendments and quality control checks)
? 6(a)(2) reporting
? Creating special local needs and emergency exemption labels (e.g., 24(c), 2(ee), and Sec. 18)
? Support and maintain a database of key information and technical knowledge
? Regulatory monthly status reports/updates
? Degree in biology, natural resources, chemistry or related discipline
? At least 3 years professional experience in the registration of agrochemicals in state or federal regulatory context
? Demonstrated excellent attention to detail, organizational skills and ability to prioritize work
? Excellent communication, organization and presentation skills ? Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively