Who are we, and what do we do?
At Corteva Agriscience, you will help us grow what’s next. No matter your role, you will be part of a team that is building the future of agriculture, leading breakthroughs in the innovation and application of science and technology that will better the lives of people all over the world and fuel the progress of humankind.
We are seeking to hire a Global Regulatory Manager. In this role, you will be accountable for planning, management and sustainable implementation of the regulatory programs and projects for one or more portfolio of molecules in alignment with regulatory strategies developed by the Global Regulatory Leader (GRL)/ Business Partner (BP).
- The GRM functionally reports to and is supervised by the Global Registration Team Leader within the Global Regulatory Affairs Group of Regulatory & Stewardship (RAS).
- The GRM supports and is accountable to the Global Regulatory Leader(s) (GRL)/ Business Partner (BP) for regulatory strategy objectives.
- The GRM does not have direct reports but provides leadership to regulatory colleagues and teams through influence, collaboration, and negotiation, primarily as part of the Global Regulatory Teams.
How will you help us grow? It matters to us, and it matters to you!
As a core global regulatory team member, supports the Global Regulatory Team(s) in planning, budgeting, and implementation of a program of work to achieve regulatory strategy objectives.
- Works with the GRL/BP to develop regulatory submission plans and ensures alignment and communication to meet Regulatory milestones.
- Instrumental in getting the Regulatory Sciences plan built and updated as programs progress through their life cycle.
- Actively involved in coordinating, preparing for and/or leading portfolio and molecule-specific portfolio planning team meetings as well as working team meetings throughout the year to:
- Ensure team activities are aligning with what is in the plan.
- Make certain the plan is updated as needed throughout the year.
- Provides interpretation and guidance on the monthly portfolio budget reports to Global Regulatory Leaders for awareness of budget status.
- Utilizing information from the budget reports, drives the evaluation process for unplanned studies and activities and captures PoW changes agreed by the GRL/BP, and affected function.
Manages effective regulatory program implementation (study timelines, submission milestones) through active monitoring and intervention as needed.
- Solicits inputs from Regulatory Sciences SMEs to upload the most current relevant study list into submission center and confirms availability of study summary and study report with appropriate Reg Sciences SME.
- Works to proactively anticipate and mitigate foreseeable challenges to submission milestones, and effectively communicates developments to all stakeholders.
- Performs Quality Approval Requests (QARs) for new formulations within the portfolio.
In partnership with the GRL, provides support and consultation, as needed, to the regions.
As delegated by the GRL/BP, the GRM may lead specific programs/projects, initiatives, or team meetings in support of portfolio and program initiatives.
Leads cross-portfolio projects and initiatives on behalf of the Global CP Regulatory function to support development of global regulatory excellence and consistent application of best practices.
- Maintains portfolio SharePoint within the Global Crop Protection Regulatory site.
- Responsible for the review and revision of Global CP Regulatory Best Practice documents, and facilitates creation of new documents, as needed.
- As designated by the Global Registration Team Leader, may serve as process owner and/or focal point for elements such as:
- Regulatory Active Ingredient (AI) Dashboards.
- Monthly Business Review (MBR) process.
- RAS Crop Protection Planning.
- Strategic Business Sourcing (SBS).
- Food Chain CoNNEXT.
Supports continuous improvement in global regulatory effectiveness; collaborates with CP Global Regulatory, Regulatory Sciences, and CORE experts to develop and improve regulatory processes and tools.
What expertise have you grown? What do you bring to the table?
- Graduate or masters degree preferably in chemistry, biological science or equivalent discipline.
- Related experience in agricultural sciences desirable.
- 3-5 years of experience preferably working with crop protection or related agricultural products.
- Knowledge of regulatory issues and processes desirable.
- Self-motivated and willing to identify and fulfill requirements from a regulatory perspective.
- Clear and confident communicator able to manage scientific topics, interpreting and responding to planning and execution.
- Teamwork skills for establishing strong partnerships with regulatory and technical teams.
- Well-organized with ability to plan projects efficiently, manage timelines and budgets effectively.
- Agility, proactivity and dynamism are essential in a growing international company.
Let’s peek at how you can grow your wellbeing, health, and future at Corteva!
Strike a better work-life balance with robust time off benefits including paid maternity, paternal and family illness leave
Prepare for your future with our competitive retirement savings plan, tuition reimbursement program, and more
Enjoy access to health benefits for you and your family on your first day of employment
And much, much more!
Ready to grow your perspectives, impact and career? Start by applying to this opportunity today!