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The senior leadership team developed the Novus Management System to allow employees with diverse ways of thinking from different functional disciplines to work together effectively.
Within this framework, all employees are empowered to contribute to our strategy.
It is a part of the strategy. Novus’s customers are facing ongoing challenges to produce safe, affordable food with the least possible insult to the environment. As a partner, Novus must provide solutions which not only solve customer pains, but do so sustainably.
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Abishek Shingote, North American Marketing Manager, Enzymes and Feed Quality
“For me, the best part of working at Novus International is learning from my experienced colleagues, managers and executives within the company. I am surrounded by individuals who are passionate about making a difference in the North America livestock industry, which makes my job very fulfilling. I’ve been provided opportunities to improve business and cognitive skills at Novus and have been fortunate to be afforded avenues of growth through my career here.”
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Lead Regulatory Affairs for Novus Shanghai plant. This role manages all regulatory aspects tied to the Shanghai plant facility and the production/registration of Novus products within it.
Main Responsibilities: - Prepare all local registration documents required for running the plant or registering products made therein (including facility license, production license, and product registration), as well as support NEA RA Manager in preparing documents for registration with national MOA in Beijing. - Work closely with Shanghai Plant Manager and Asia QA Manager to: ensure staffs are trained regarding local and national regulatory requirements for running a manufacturing facility, assure collaboration for audits and related follow-up, and support raw material label inspection and compliance. - Collaborate with NEA AGM and logistics to ensure appropriate representation before local MOA and CIQ offices and that team understands associated requirements as well as support customer service as needed. - Shanghai RA Manager must work cross-functionally with multiple areas/individuals, with a particular focus on NEA RA Manager in Beijing, NEA AGM, and Shanghai Plant Manager. - Develop and strengthen relationships with local regulatory officials, especially MOA and CIQ, to ensure full knowledge of requirements and support product registrations and regulatory compliance for Shanghai plant as well as attempt to influence new regulations or adjustment to them. - Represent Novus in local trade associations and other organizations that shape/impact local/regional registrations and regulatory affairs environment.
Qualifications: - Strong regulatory and technical knowledge and experience, focused on animal feed industry or similar. - Experience supporting manufacturing plants and strong understanding of their regulation. - Excellent communication skills in Chinese and English as well as ability to explain complex regulatory issues to non-regulatory colleagues. - Proven ability and success in working cross-functionally (and influencing) within an international organization. - Ability to work independently and proactively, identify issues, and generate solutions to meet business objectives while complying with regulatory requirements. - Proven ability to maintain compliance with regulatory requirements and to keep up to date with changing regulatory environment. - Ability to work with product development and Ops/Management to identify RA constraints to new or existing production and proactively and creatively address these issues in a collaborative/team effort. - Advanced degree in animal science, veterinary sciences, chemistry or another scientific discipline is recommended. (MS is acceptable, but DVM or PhD is preferred.) However, work experience in the field paired with non-scientific education (such as policy) can be substituted for a scientific degree. - A minimum of 5 years relevant work experience leading regulatory affairs, registrations, and interaction with local, regional and Beijing government officials is strongly preferred.