Monsanto Regulatory Information Management Specialist in ST. LOUIS, Missouri

We are seeking highly motivated Regulatory

Documentation Specialists for current and future roles to join the

Regulatory Affairs Team.

In this role, you will support the

development and implementation of regulatory processes, compilation of product

dossiers, agency submissions, and will contribute to efforts to obtain and

maintain U.S. and global regulatory approvals for agrochemicals, biologs and/or

biotechnology derived products across our robust pipeline and business

units. You will work closely with colleagues as new products are

handed-off to regulatory, fully-characterized to ensure product safety, and

ultimately commercialized for sale and distribution.

This position will work in a

cross-functional capacity to implement approval strategies to obtain both U.S.

and international regulatory approvals. The position will utilize your document

management skills, keen eye for quality, and strong process orientation to

provide input on regulatory dossiers, and prepare documents to support product

registrations in the U.S. and other countries.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support global regulatory strategies for our productsin collaboration with colleagues in the global Regulatory organization

  • Provide input and coordination in informationmanagement for Regulatory Affairs. Manage regulatory documentationprocesses to ensure thatappropriate national (e.g., USDA, EPA, FDA), State/Territory, andinternational data (e.g., CODEX, OECD) requirements are met

  • Assist in the preparation of regulatory submissions,edit submissions, coordinate responses to questions from regulatoryauthorities, develop product composition statements, certificates oforigin, production reports, develop product labeling, and support the developmentof other related documents (e.g., white papers, position statements, etc)to obtain regulatory approvals in the US and other markets

  • Improve internal regulatory processes and manageinformation databases

  • Filing, archiving, uploading and viewingRegulatory documents

Required Skills/Experience:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, or professional degree equivalentthrough experience

  • One or more years of relevant experience in theagricultural, chemical, biotechnology, pharmaceutical or relatedscientific based industry

  • Excellent written/oral communication and organizationskills

  • Proficient with IT tools and databases, and mastery ofMicrosoft Office suite of applications

  • Strong project management skills, and the ability tosuccessfully interact with a wide diversity of people

Desired Skills/Experience:

  • Prior experience working for a life sciences company

  • Prior experience working in a regulated environment forbiological, agrochemical, chemical, biotechnology, or pharmaceuticalproducts

Bayer successfully completed the

acquisition of Monsanto in June 2018, bringing together Monsanto’s leadership

in seeds and plant traits with Bayer’s leadership in chemical and biological

crop protection. By joining forces, we will create even more extensive career

opportunities for talent around the world. We’re a global team working to shape

agriculture through breakthrough innovation that will benefit farmers,

consumers, and our planet.

While we are now Bayer, we will continue to hire using separate career sites

until we can integrate our career platforms. We invite you to explore the

career opportunities available at the combined company by visiting

Organization: Global Chemical Regulatory Affairs51096759_

Title: Regulatory Information Management Specialist

Location: North America-USA-Missouri-St. Louis

Requisition ID: 01TEV

Job: Research & Development

Schedule: Full-time

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