The Estee Lauder Companies Sr. Analyst, Regulatory in Melville, New York
Sr. Analyst, Regulatory
Brand: Estée Lauder Companies
Management of key RDS functionalities to ensure global compliance of both ELC ingredients and formulas. Takes part in designing ingredient policies and SOPs supporting the Director role independently and with little supervision. Leadership of the RDS bi-weekly global alignment discussions.
Reviews existing and new ingredients and formulations for global regulatory compliance. Communicates and ensure execution of changes, if any, to team and upper management.
Prepares ingredient lists (ILNs) for existing and new formulations across all ELC brands (ex ELCV).
Assists the global registration or brand specialist regulatory staff with gathering information and documentation for Product Information Files (PIFs) for all ELC brands (ex ELCV) as needed with a view to automate the PIF creation process in RDS.
Works with cross functional regulatory and R&D teams to support corporate initiatives in developing the next generation of prestige beauty brands across all product categories.
Supports, and manages to completion, all aspects of global Regulatory and Product Integrity function across ELC brands.
Regulatory & Product Integrity: 80%
Responsible for liaising with other Product Integrity Groups and R&D to obtain technical data
Initiates new ingredient policies / SOPs to be adopted across all ELC brands
Initiates ingredient policy reviews as needed.
Reviews existing and new formulations for global compliance as part of a formula review team
Oversees changes/corrections to formulations are made according to formula regulatory review
Assists the global team in preparing ILNs for new and existing ELC formulas (ex ELCV) as required.
Uses independent judgment when reviewing technical information based on established regulatory, safety and corporate practices.
Collects and inputs information into appropriate reports, charts, spread sheets and provides weekly reviews for management
Leads RDS bi-weekly issues reviews
Performs other job requirements as specified by Line Manager
Maintains understanding of cosmetic regulations, as it relates to ingredients and finished product
Gains working knowledge of safety, claims support and regulatory as part of the global regulatory team.
-Minimum Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts with focus on biology, chemistry, biochemistry or toxicology
-3-5 minimum years of experience
-Less than 10% travel time
Excellent project management and multi-tasking skills.
Strong organizational and analytical skills with attention to detail.
Excellent problem solving, organizational, prioritization and time management skills.
Team player, able to build, foster and nurture relationships with members of cross-functional teams and outside of organization.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Proven ability to work with minimal supervision.
Knowledge of chemistry and broad cosmetic/drug regulatory experience preferred.
Fully proficient and experienced with Windows Office, Excel and Outlook and computer applications.
Job: Research & Development
Primary Location: Americas-US-NY-Melville
Job Type: Standard
Shift: 1st (Day) Shift
Travel: Yes, 5 % of the Time
We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Job Number: 1817885