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Quadra – Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist

By January 29, 2024February 1st, 2024No Comments

Quadra Chemcials

Position Title:
Regulatory Affairs Manager

Full-time, Permanent (1)

Burlington, Ontario or Vaudreuil-Dorion, Quebec (We offer a flexible work environment where your presence is requested 2 days / week in office)


Here are the main responsibilities of our Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist:

  • Review and approve all new products for import/export and new suppliers (TDG, WHMIS/GHS, CEPA, etc.)
  • Request and maintain required compliance documentation (Conflict Minerals, TSCA, Organic Certification etc.)
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of regulatory documentation
  • Assist in creating and maintaining SDS’ and labels in the Intelligent Authoring software, ensuring compliance with US GHS
  • Develop and maintain knowledge of domestic requirements related to product labeling, storage, transport, and disposal, among other areas
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure that products and processes meet regulatory requirements throughout the product lifecycle. This may involve reviewing product labeling, manufacturing processes, quality control procedures, etc.
  • Assist with import tracking related to DSL limits and with New substance Notifications
  • Advise internal stakeholders regarding compliance requirements and reporting to ensure adherence with applicable Federal, State, and local regulations, including OSHA
  • Stay abreast of changes in regulations, guidelines, and industry standards that may impact product compliance or market access. Assess the potential impact of regulatory changes and recommend appropriate actions to maintain compliance
  • Provide regulatory support for internal and external stakeholders, offer guidance and support to internal stakeholders on regulatory requirements, processes, and best practices
  • Perform related duties and responsibilities as required


Key Skills and Attributes:

  • Self-motivated, entrepreneurial and able to work independently
  • Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills
  • Great attention to details
  • Good capacity to manage multiple projects and timelines
  • Strong verbal and written communications and time management skills.
  • Strong knowledge of regulatory affairs, product safety, transportation safety, environmental regulations
  • Ability to summarize, writing and verbal communication, interpersonal relations, comprehension of the strategic stakes, team work – knowledge sharing, autonomous, results oriented


What qualifications and previous experience are required to be successful in this role?

  • Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Biology or related scientific background
  • 10+ years of proven experience in regulatory affairs within a manufacturing or distribution company
  • Strong knowledge of regulatory requirements and guidelines specific to the Industrial Chemicals industry
  • Proven experience with the following regulations is necessary: CEPA, TDG, WHMIS / GHS
  • Working knowledge of federal/state regulations applicable to chemical sales and transport
  • Proven experience with FDA, EPA, and EHS is considered as a strong asset
  • Experience with regulatory documents including Safety Data Sheet, approval and reviewing of new products and others

If you are interested in joining our team, please forward your resume and cover letter to

Attn: Sophie Thivierge



1 (844) 237.4039

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