Regulatory Affairs Project Manager

  • Job Reference: 18020907989032555518
  • Date Posted: 13 March 2018
  • Location: Surrey
  • Salary: £38,000 to £42,000
  • Sector: Food Manufacture
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Tom Shaw
  • Email:
  • Telephone: 0208 547 3399

Job Description

A Regulatory Affairs Project Manager is required to join a leading Food & Drink advisory business based in the South East.


Providing support to the Regulatory Affairs team you will liaise across divisions, clients and external partners, ensuring key regulatory affairs projects are managed in a timely and accurate fashion to the highest possible standard.  


Main Duties 

  • Regulatory project management: Defining the scope, objectives, responsibilities and project constraints/risks. Defining work plans, costs and efforts, schedules, quality management, improvements and business development activities. Steering and proofreading multi-country projects and ensuring corrective actions are undertaken, if applicable. Delivering key tasks against agreed with HOD RA timelines and KPI’s. Suggesting new services to develop and promote portfolio of regulatory affairs projects
  • Quality management: defining quality management and quality assurance activities and ensuring their effective implementation
  • Direct (technical) service delivery

  • Knowledge management: coordinating the collation, maintenance and dissemination, from appropriate sources, of the relevant legislation, guidelines and opinions necessary for delivery of projects and other services. Providing support and coaching for Regulatory Advisors


Knowledge, Skills & Experience 

  • Min. 5 years’ experience in a food regulatory affairs role, or in a related field

  • Expert knowledge of international legislation.  Good understanding of food law from a range of different countries

  • MSc or higher degree in Food Law/Regulatory Affairs or Food Science

  • Successful large, multi-country project management record

  • Fluency in English with excellent oral, written, IT and presentation skills. Fluency in additional language highly desirable but not essential (Arabic, Spanish or Scandinavian preferred)

  • Self-disciplined and able to work on their own and as part of a team

  • Proactive, positive, enthusiastic – demonstrating a “can do” attitude

  • Analytical, structured thinker with attention to detail but able to communicate complex issues in a concise, understandable manner

  • Quality-focussed individual with a drive for seeking out and developing continuous improvement opportunities.


Interested? Then click the apply button today or contact Tom Shaw for further information on 01233 223712


All Applicants must have the right to work in the UK or hold the appropriate work permit.