Regulatory & Scientific Affairs Manager – Northwest (BH 1014)

 A manufacturer of nutritional ingredients used in dietary supplement applications, is seeking a Regulatory Manager in the Seattle area.


  • Based outside of Seattle, WA
  • Approximately 3 trips per year to Sweden and 4 or 5 throughout N. & S. America for various trade events.


  • Will be involved with setting strategy for guiding products to launch.
  • We’ll help identify gaps in research for existing products
  • Will not be involved with quality. This company keeps quality and regulatory departments very separate. Will interact with sales and marketing and quality to work on claims and labeling. 


  • Looking for 5 to 10 years of experience in regulatory
  • Experience with the FDA either in dietary supplements or in the food market
  • Strong preference for familiarity with DSHEA, which is the Dietary Supplement Health and Educational Act.
  • A+ Y factor: intelligent, creative, driven, resourceful, and very confident and able to defend their position against customers or sales reps who may want to push on the claims.
  • Technical degree such as nutritional science or microbiology or food science with on MS strongly preferred.

Compensation:  Healthy base salary, plus up to 7% bonus.

Why Consider This company/This Position?

  • They have very unique products that no one else can offer deeply embedded in true clinical science
  • They have turn-key offerings: take products from vertical integration
  • Company is  small, lean  and entrepreneurial. Decision making is fast. Limited bureaucracy
  • Emphasis on innovation: They launch 1 -2 new products every year.
  • Lots of opportunities for advancement  
  • Leadership is strong and cohesive. 
  • Due to the nature of the company being mid-sized, Individuals have more influence 
  • Internal values include speaking your mind and being team-orientation

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