Infineum is a Specialty Chemicals Company with powerful research and development capabilities around innovative chemistry which has a vital role to play in sustainability. We provide products needed on the journey towards the electrification of mobility, while helping to make the internal combustion engine as clean as it can be. For nearly 80 years, we have been innovators of additive products and our smart solutions have become key components of today’s most demanding applications and advanced hardware systems.
The successful candidate will be a member of the Product Stewardship and Regulatory Compliance (PSRC) department, a diverse, multidisciplinary team within the Supply organization that supports Infineum’s global operations. The Product Stewardship Support Specialist role is based at Infineum’s UK headquarters in Milton Hill, Oxfordshire. However, Infineum operates a flexible working policy, such that location can be split between the office and home-working if preferred. An extensive training package is offered to all successful candidates and, as such, applications are sought from candidates with a broad range of chemical product stewardship experience as well as those who are new to this discipline.
Key Outputs: What we can expect from you
- Authoring of SDS and labels to support R&D and commercial activities in the EMEA region
- Management of supplier’s SDS to enable use of third party materials by Infineum
- Leadership of regulatory reviews for new formulated product commercialisations
- Resolution of internal and external customer enquiries
- Submission of regulatory reporting to national and regional authorities
- Support for Product Stewardship projects, such as Management of Change.
- Undertakes any additional responsibilities as assigned
What skills will you gain from this role?
- Knowledge of product stewardship and the regulations that govern it
- How to author SDS and other regulatory documents
- Broaden knowledge of and involvement with Infineum’s commercial and operational activities (e.g. technology development, supply chain, sales and marketing)
- Collation, organisation and reporting of data using standard and non-standard IT packages
A successful candidate is likely to have:
- Bachelor’s degree level in Chemistry or Environmental Sciences (or equivalent work experience)
- Awareness of Hazardous Chemical Classifications and regulations
- Attention to detail with an ability to understand the interconnectivity of data
- Familiarity working with key systems (e.g. SAP / IRIS) and good IT literacy
- Ability to manage own workload priorities and take initiative
- Demonstrated the skill to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team
- Customer focused approach and strong communication skills