Charlotte, NC

Are you interested in a role, reporting to the Vice President of Technology? Do you want to be part of the Regulatory Affairs & Compliance team who is responsible for providing worldwide support and advice in law- and legislation to result in minimizing company risk? Are you the Regulatory Affairs Specialist who is motivated by co-operating with all departments in our company and interaction with external parties like customers and authorities? IGM Resins is looking for a new team member that fits these criteria!

Regulatory Affairs Specialist | North America 
Function: Regulatory Affairs & Compliance

IGM Resins ( is recognized as the leader in UV Technology. Headquartered in Waalwijk, the Netherlands, IGM is the world’s leading manufacturer of specialty chemicals focused on the UV Inks, coatings and adhesives market. Manufacturing and product development activities are located in the US, Europe and Asia with sales and distribution locations strategically positioned globally to best serve regional markets. IGM Resins has grown through organic and acquisitions over the last years and currently employs around 800 team members. 

-Setting up and regulating product registration in compliance with existing and emerging global legislation, with special regard to North American compliance
-Responsible for TSCA and DSL, compliance of traded and manufactured product. Manage the process of drafting and submitting PMNs for new products and coordinate the annual Active TSCA list. Highlight any discrepancies and work to correct with manager.
-Responsible for regulatory info gathering (NPI etc) and registration of products ( with manager / consultants when required) on global inventories as per business need. 
-Works as a part of the Regualtory Affairs team to maintain current regulatory information on the global product database. 
-Providing support to customers (customer questionnaires and questions), suppliers, agents and IGM team members
-Promote safety awareness in IGM locations (stock locations, production sites, laboratories)
-Works as a part of the Regualtory Affairs team to author GHS and CLP compliant MSDS and labels and RIS documentation for all business units within IGM Ensure documents are always compliant with latest regulations and any changes are communicated internally and externally;
-Liaison with external consultants to ensure regulatory projects on target and on budget
-DGSA advisor, work with compliance officer on safety issues and internal training.
-Work in accordance with company rules and regulations;
-Perform other duties as requested.

-Bachelors or Master’s level Chemistry and General Science. 
-Minimum of 5 years (preferably ten) working experience in an international organization in a similar position, advantageously focusing on regulatory affairs in the UV Radcure and/or specialty chemicals industries. 
-An expert in TSCA and DSL, CLP/GHS, and familiar with other international regulations and legislations, General Product Safety (Food- contact and Product Safety Authority), industry bodies such as Radtech. 
-Qualified DGSA. 
-Fluent in English.

-Excellent communication and social skills;
-Self-starter, takes initiatives, and drives to results; 
-Drive on improving efficiency, always focused on quality and improvement of work;
-“hands on” experience with willingness to engage where and when needed
-Project Management skills and ability to manage several projects at the same time;
-Team player and can act independent at the same time;
-Problem solving skills;
-Leadership skills in engaging and motivating a team.

IGM is passionate about our mission and excited to grow our talent pool with people who feel the same way. If this is you, we encourage you to get in touch with us! We offer a dynamic and diverse working culture and we are flexible towards working hours and location to support your work-life balance. Please send your resume to: or apply through IGM’s website:

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