The Principal Product Steward, Electronic Equipment and Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is responsible for implementing the Division Product Stewardship strategy across our clients business to ensure compliance with Product Stewardship regulations, internal policies and procedures for such as EU REACH, EU and Global RoHS and to an increasing number of Extended Producer Responsibility requirements. This function will provide program management and technical expertise to the Businesses within the Product Stewardship Team.
Key Areas of Responsibility
Ensures product compliance to applicable legislation and EPR due diligence programs
Provides technical expertise and supports to comply with Product Stewardship requirements through implementation of Key programs and strategies.
Develops and maintains the Product Stewardship planning process including the annual evaluation of effectiveness of compliance of the Product Stewardship
Lead and drive process improvements for the data collection from suppliers and Third-Party Manufacturers e.g. Product Compositions and Compliance declarations.
Regularly communicates a high-level summary on the areas of responsibility to management.
Monitors emerging regulations or new requirements impacting our clients products or chemicals used by our clients Business
Education & Experience
A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in safety management quality, environmental science, scientific discipline, regulatory affairs or component engineering
Experience in product stewardship preferred, in particular EPR and Electronic regulatory fields
Minimum of 5 years’ experience in Product Stewardship or a related field such as R&D, operations, technical support, quality or regulatory.
Requires excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Experience in Project/Program Management/Product Stewardship/Quality or Regulatory in a multi-national organisation is desired.
Ability to work both independently and across highly diverse teams is required
Drives functional performance that meets required standards and regulatory compliance.
For a detailed and confidential discussion on the role please contact Christopher O Toole.