What are you going to do?
– lead and coach the corporate team from its current forming phase to more formalized ways of working by supplying regulatory information and setting clear project roles and responsibilities;
– be involved in a large number of projects and coordinate the execution. This entails organizing the workload of the project teams, handling communication for interdepartmental projects, and acting as gatekeeper for external requests. You report on the progress, milestones and deliverables;
– Identify educational/development needs and coach team members on those topics;
– Cultivate expertise in the field of project management and contributes to organizational knowledge within the department;
– Lead a variety of projects and share knowledge by advising the team on procedural and strategic matters;
– Gather and share knowledge that is accessible to all team members via appropriate platforms;
– Be the ambassador and key player in the process framework (L2-L4) to ensure smooth implementation and quality output;
– Be aware of regulatory team development plans, closely collaborates with management and support in implementing team development initiatives and establishing desired traits in team culture.
What are you bringing to Koppert?
– Master/PhD degree, preferably in (Micro-)Biology/Biochemistry;
– Min. 10 year work experience in the international regulatory affairs field, preferentially in the field of (bio)pesticides, with knowledge of the European procedures and regulation;
– Effective communication skills in Dutch and English; additional language(s) is/are an asset;
– Eagerness to learn about different regulatory affairs challenges worldwide and make sure that you are a business partner for international colleagues in those projects.
– You live in the Netherlands and you are willing to travel sometimes.