Regulatory Affairs Manager


AB Enzymes is a subsidiary of Associated British Foods PLC (London UK), reporting into the Associated British Foods Ingredients Division (France), and it is a leading company in the enzymes business operating from sites worldwide, with Head Office in Germany. Operating in the Biotechnology industry, we are a reliable partner for customers in the food, feed and technical enzymes businesses. Product excellence and innovation are among our key strengths and our customers value these highly. At all our locations globally, we offer attractive compensation packages and social benefits to our employees. For more information visit us on our website.

The Role

As Regulatory Affairs Manager SEAP (South East Asia Pacific), you will be part of the Global
Regulatory Affairs Team (located in other sites) and play a key role in coordination of Regulatory
Affairs submissions in the region to ensure corporate goals are achieved in a timely and compliant
manner. You will operate within a highly profitable growing business.

You will:

  • Assist with the preparation, writing and assembly of regulatory enzymes dossiers in the SEAP
    region according to existing guidelines/regulations and company strategy
  • Follow emergence of new regulatory requirements and their impact on regulatory projects
  • Be an active participant in enzyme trade associations
  • Communicate with relevant authorities regarding our regulatory dossiers
  • Support regulatory management in other tasks, such as product documentation, customer
    service and special projects and assist in the development of internal regulatory policies and

About You

As an ideal candidate, you bring:

  • Post Secondary Education in Science, Biology, Nutrition or related fields
  • 5 + years of experience in Food enzymes / food additives / processing aids regulatory environment preferably in the same region
  • Knowledge of relevant national and international food (ingredients) regulations, specifically on food enzymes and profound interest in identifying, understanding, and meeting the needs of national legislators and risk assessment bodies
  • Exposure to industry groups, government authorities (e.g. Thai FDA, FSSAI, ... ), trade associations and other scientific societies is considered an asset
  • Clear experience in reviewing safety, efficacy, and quality information
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills (Fluent in English (written and spoken) required, good technical writing skills)
  • A hands on attitude combined with a drive for results, in a context requiring managing multiple projects under tight deadlines
  • Availability for national and international travel (~10%)

Do we have your attention?
Please submit your CV and application with salary expectations by latest April 15th 2021 to [email protected]