Director Regulatory Affairs & Compliance - FIFRA Programs

Company Name:
JAL Energy & Utilities
Global Crop Protection company that manufactures and distributes chemical and bio-pesticides, and licenses selected products to partner companies seeks 7+ years experience with focus on Regulatory Compliance activities, including registration review, product claims defense, and promotions and advertising. Experience with FIFRA regulations and established relationship with EPA Office of Pesticide Programs highly preferable.
Company committed to environmental sustainability has exciting pipeline of "green" products, and is in a strong position to respond to promising new opportunities. Offering starting salary and benefits package that is targeted to $175,000, depending on experience. Complete benefits also include scholarship program for dependent children and continuing education assistance.
For complete details contact James A. Lockley, LT USN (Ret) at:
(609) 584-9000 ext 278
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Education Requirements: Bachelor Degree
Minimum Experience Requirements: 5-10 years
Job City Location: Concord
Job State Location: OH
Job Country Location: USA
Salary Range: $150,000 to $200,000
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