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241112 Requisition #

About the Role: We are looking for a Chemical Regulatory Affairs Specialist (f/m/d) to join the team, providing expertise on chemicals, regulations, material composition and material chain of custody. This key role supports the businesses to develop, make and sell products globally. You will be working in partnership with the current specialists to support global teams to execute, initiate, develop, and implement operational and business processes to assess and manage risk to assure that our products are following legal requirements as well as meeting industry and customer requirements. This role will focus in Europe supporting our Aerospace and Defense and Automotive markets.


This position will be located at our facility in Putzbrunn near Munich or Pleinfeld near Nuremberg, Germany, with work from home days possible as part of a hybrid arrangement, depending upon the responsibilities of the role and business needs.


  • Develop and maintain an understanding of global chemical regulations as well as industry and customer requirements regarding chemicals and materials
  • Build and maintain a fundamental understanding of raw materials and components used to manufacture and process products to ensure compliance throughout the lifecycle
  • Assessing suppliers, including engaging with supplier contacts, reviewing of supplier compliance documentation and translation of supplier information into Gore compliance information
  • Engage and partner with supply chain, quality, sales and technical team members
  • Perform routine and regular data gathering, entry and management
  • Execute processes in alignment with role expectations (e.g., Supplier surveys and product content details – industry portals, e.g. IMDS and ChemSherpa)
  • Prepare correspondence as needed, e.g. compliance declarations, supplier surveys, product safety information
  • Review and feedback on relevant process documentation (Work Instructions, Standard Operating Procedures, etc.)
  • Identify and drive changes to improve data collection processes

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science in related field, such as Biology, Toxicology, Chemistry, Occupational Safety and Health, or Environmental Science, or equivalent experience
  • Ability to determine priorities, adapt to changing priorities, and complete tasks within established timelines
  • Proven ability to follow work instructions and procedures, attention to detail and follow-through
  • Demonstrated expertise in data management tools (Excel, pivot tables, etc.)
  • Understanding of risk management waterline including tolerable/intolerable risk
  • Proven problem-solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and documentation skills in German and English
  • Ability to prepare and submit reports, execute, and maintain processes
  • Self-motivated with the ability to contribute to a team environment
  • Travel: 10-15%, plus willingness for a longer stay abroad for training


Desired Qualifications:

  • Previous success working within a diverse/global or cross functional teams
  • Knowledge of: Management systems (ISO14001, 45001 or similar).  PLM and ERP ( SAP) systems
  • Chemical; regulatory knowledge in Aerospace, Defense, Semiconductor markets


Remote Working Arrangements are permitted for Associates, with appropriate approval and compliance with Gore’s remote working policies, from the country in which they are employed.


What We Offer: Our success is based on the capability and creativity of our Associates, and we are proud to offer a comprehensive and competitive total rewards program that supports your everyday and helps you build your tomorrow.


We provide benefits that offer choice and flexibility and promote overall well-being. And in keeping with our belief that every Associate should share in the collective success of the enterprise; we provide a distinctive Associate Stock Ownership Plan in each country as well as potential opportunities for “profit-sharing”. Learn more at gore.com/careers/benefits


We believe in the strength of a diverse and inclusive workplace. With diverse perspectives, ideas and experiences, we uncover new possibilities and make a greater impact in the world. We are proud of Associates for building on our rich history of innovation, upholding our values and supporting an inclusive work environment where we treat each other and our external partners with fairness, dignity and respect.


Gore is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome all applications irrespective of race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, status as a qualified individual with a disability, genetic information, pregnancy status, medical condition, marital status, sexual orientation, status as a covered veteran, gender identity and expression, and any other characteristic protected by applicable laws and regulations.


Our Talent Acquisition Team welcomes your questions at gore.com/careers/contact




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