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Thermo Fisher Scientific Chicago, Illinois, United States
Jan 16, 2018
Full time
Job Title: Business Development Manager, Environmental and Food Safety Location: Midwest (Preference MN/IL) Location :US - Illinois - Chicago US - Illinois - Remote / Field US - Minnesota - Minneapolis US - Wisconsin - Remote / Field Job Description When you’re part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do important work, and you’ll be valued and recognized for your performance. With talented managers and inspiring coworkers to support you, you’ll find the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world. The scope of this position is to develop and execute   LSMS, GC, GC/MS, ICP and ICPMS instrument sales   across the Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry Division in the   environmental and food safety markets . This includes responsibility for key account and problem account management and customer satisfaction. What will you do? Identifies and interprets customers’ requirements, shaping these requirements to fit the division’s capabilities and communicates these to customers. Work cross-functionally with Marketing, Field Applications team, R&D and direct Sales Reps. Serves as the focal point of the division’s contact with customers, a responsibility requiring a broad knowledge of the division and an attitude that is in tune with its goals. Functions as a business person, aware of and responsible to the conditions that affect the business. These conditions include knowledge of competition – their products, pricing, procedures and personnel; of customers – their organizations and procedures; of the industries represented by customers. Responsive to customers’ needs, as well as to conditions and trends that affect them. Utilizes divisional resources in the performance of all responsibilities. How will you get there? BS Degree in Chemistry/Physical Sciences, or equivalent experience required. MBA a plus. 3-7 years sales experience selling capital equipment, preferably in the analytical instrument market. Solid understanding of the Environmental and Food Safety testing market is desired. Willingness to travel 50-60% throughout Midwest, U.S. Must live within the territory Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities necessary to perform essential functions: Knowledge General Analytical Instrument product knowledge. Working knowledge of LC/MS-MS, GC/MS, ICP-OES, ICP-MS and AA instrument business. Successfully manages subjective decision-making. In-depth understanding of the professional selling process. Strong Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry background desired. Skills Clear, concise verbal and written communication. Effective time utilization. Accurate sales forecasting abilities. Effective listener. Customer focus. Abilities High level of integrity/credibility. Handles pressure/disappointment professionally. Demonstrate Thermo Fisher Scientific values – Integrity, Intensity, Innovation and Involvement At Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 50,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission—enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. Apply today http://jobs.thermofisher.com Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Thermo Fisher Scientific Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Jan 16, 2018
Full time
Job Description Maintain relevant operational permits and licenses are required and works with appropriate parties to obtain and maintain such permits and licenses. Develop, support and implement health, safety and environmental programs. Assures compliance with Federal, State, Local and Corporate requirements relative to health, safety, and the environmental programs. Supports management of change processes, including risk assessement to ensure compliance and minimal safety risks. Drive activities to increase safety awareness across the organization. Implements and supports corporate EH&S activities including participation in corporate internal audits, quarterly conference calls and other corporate initiated projects. Leads business continuity/disaster planning activities including Conduct Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Exercises, and review and improve the BCP to ensure that is remains relevant and effective. To review and maintain the compliance in the generation, storage, handling and disposal of hazardous waste and materials Ensure relevant metrics with regards to EHS such as incidents, near miss reports, hazard ID’s as well as any injury cases are recorded and establishes appropriate corrective and preventive actions. Experienced with process improvement, facility audits, influencing without direct authority, conducting training, documentation and maintenance of procedures and policies, and working with multiple facilities. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Thermo Fisher Scientific United Kingdom - Dartford
Jan 16, 2018
Full time
Job Description Job Title: Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Product Environmental Regulations Position Location: Preferred location Dartford UK (alternatively Basingstoke or East Grinstead) Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (NYSE: TMO) is the world leader in serving science, with revenues of more than $20 billion and approximately 65,000 employees globally. Our mission is to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. We help our customers accelerate life sciences research, solve complex analytical challenges, improve patient diagnostics, deliver medicines to market and increase laboratory productivity. Through our premier brands – Thermo Scientific, Applied Biosystems, Invitrogen, Fisher Scientific and Unity Lab Services – we offer an unmatched combination of innovative technologies, purchasing convenience and comprehensive services.  Position Summary: The Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Product Environmental Regulations   will be responsible for co-ordinating Product Compliance activities with respect to environmental legislation impacting on all products within the Microbiology Division.   The   Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Product Environmental Regulations will establish all necessary procedures, processes and systems to ensure all products meet the global environmental compliance requirements in the markets where they are placed.   The   Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Product Environmental Regulations   will develop, maintain and execute tactical plans to support Company policies and product compliance strategies.   Additionally, the   Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Product Environmental Regulations   will participate in corporate and divisional working groups relating to Product Environmental Compliance initiatives and objectives.   Job Responsibilities: Maintain awareness and understand operational impact of all relevant international product environmental compliance requirements. Ensuring compliance with all relevant environmental regulations, directives and legislation affecting Microbiology Division products. Establish and maintain all Standard Operating Procedures and/or Work Instructions relative to the function. Participate in all new product design and launch reviews. Conduct compliance assessments for new and existing products, including hazard assessment/SDS authoring, labeling requirement, and support chemical notifications,registrations and market restrictions Develop and maintain standards for instrument safety (e.g. LVD, EMC, Machinery, RID, etc), marking (e.g. CE, NRTL) and Material Declaration. Support site EHS personnel where product safety information impacts industrial hygiene and environmental emission responsibilities. Support trade compliance teams to provide necessary documentation and certifications for Import/Export of products and raw materials Represent Microbiology Division in relevant internal/external audits and interact with federal/national, state, local and international agencies governing product regulations and laws. Establish/Maintain all product compliance KPIs Required Qualifications:   BSc degree in Biochemistry/Chemistry, Engineering, Environmental Sciences or related subject. Significant experience in a product compliance role in a related industry or chemical manufacturing operation. Proven knowledge of European product compliance regulations and directives (e.g. REACH, RoHS, CLP, Biocidal Products,etc.). Knowledge of international product compliance laws (e.g. TSCA, HazComm 2012, K-REACH, MEP-7,, etc.) is preferred Ability to analyze and interpret product focused legislation and determine their applicability to company operations and products. Ability to effectively present information in written and oral form Ability to manage multiple large-scale projects concurrently. Some domestic/international travel (<10% of time) Desired Qualifications: Motivated/Results-orientated Critical Thinker Greets challenge and change as opportunity Anticipates needs and problems while creating solutions Customer centric Bench level experience in R&D, Process Development or Manufacturing Experience with REACH-IT tools, including IUCLID and Chesar Ability to thrive in an environment without on-site supervision while taking initiative and subject leadership in areas of direct responsibility. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Thermo Fisher Scientific New Zealand - Auckland
Jan 16, 2018
Full time
Job Description This newly created role provides an exciting opportunity for an EHS professional looking to make their mark by leading the delivery of the Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) system across all Thermo Fisher Scientific sites in New Zealand and the BioPoduction site in Newcastle, NSW. Ensure the organisation exceeds compliance with relevant Environmental, Health and Safety (EH&S) legislative and company requirements. Deliver continuous improvement and best practice in EH&S. Develop the promotion of excellence in safety culture and sustainable environmental performance across all sites in New Zealand Key Responsibilities: Hands on implementation and maintenance of the EH&S Management System Timely reporting to the EH&S Committees, business/site leadership teams and management Provide expert advice in relation to risk mitigation and risk reduction Drive corrective action implementation and completion of the New Zealand site’s Hazard and Corrective Action Register Undertake, monitor and review EH&S Audits and Inspections and assess the appropriateness of remedial actions proposed and implemented Implement and maintain emergency preparedness processes and ensure personnel are trained and resources are in place to support the organisations response capability Lead improvements to the EH&S culture by partnering with and coaching employees, committees and management to embed and improve EH&S in day to day activities Assist the organisation in meeting the requirements of the EH&S Management System and reducing workplace injury and illness Develop and deliver EH&S training programs to support risk reduction and health and wellbeing Manage accident compensation claims and return to work for injured employees across New Zealand Contribute to continuous improvement in all areas of EH&S Minimum Requirements/Qualifications: The EH&S Manager will require excellent interpersonal and communication skills, initiative and determination. The position requires flexibility, reliability and the ability to work independently and as part of a team to achieve the EH&S objectives of the organisation. The incumbent must be able to prioritise tasks to meet deadlines and manage work under time constraints. Skills & Attributes A tertiary qualification in Occupational Health and Safety and or relevant experience. A minimum of 5 years working in an EH&S role. Demonstrated interpersonal skills and communication skills across all levels of the organisation. A strong team player with proven ability to coordinate activities and influence actions across team and functions where no formal authority exists Proven ability to balance competing priorities and meet deadlines. Proven experience working independently and as part of a team. Strong analytical skills Forward thinking with a delivery focus People coaching & development Initiative and determination Ability to implement and maintain auditable EH&S Management Systems. A personal commitment to best practice. A thorough knowledge of New Zealand EH&S legislation. Understanding and experience in auditing EH&S Management Systems and their implementation against New Zealand and International Standards. Sound understanding of risk management principles and methodology. Other Important Information The successful candidate will be required to: Hold a current Class 1 drivers license. Travel to sites across New Zealand and locally in Auckland Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com