US Crop Protection and Western State Regulatory Leader
Company: Corteva, Inc.
Posted on: January 27, 2023
Who are we, and what do we do?
At Corteva Agriscience, you will help us grow what's next. No
matter your role, you will be part of a team that is building the
future of agriculture - leading breakthroughs in the innovation and
application of science and technology that will better the lives of
people all over the world and fuel the progress of humankind.
You will lead efforts to obtain and maintain registrations of our
crop protection products by collaborating across large networks,
both internally and externally. Your innate ability to advocate and
negotiate will be a key driver to success as you represent Corteva
to external regulatory authorities (EPA, State regulatory bodies,
including California DPR, etc.) and internally across various
disciplines within Corteva (product stewardship, commercial,
marketing, science, etc.). Other key activities include active
participation in business teams providing leadership on regulatory
strategy and tactics, leading state activities in California and
other state agencies and engagement in external organizations and
committees to shape public policy and advocate for Corteva.
While this position can be based remotely, we do require the
applicant to reside with-in the state of California.
How will you help us grow? It matters to us, and it matters to
* Lead in the development, communication, and implementation of a
US molecule regulatory strategy to obtain and maintain
registrations ensuring the company has the "right-to-sell" in the
* Accountable for leading state regulatory efforts in support of US
business objectives, ensuring state and federal regulatory
alignment, effective strategy development and strong cross
functional connection to state regulatory officials.
* Ensures Corteva maintains an industry leading reputation and
working relationship with US state regulatory officials.
* Engage on Local Product Concept Teams with Commercial and IFS
(Biology), providing leadership on regulatory strategy and tactics
contributing to the development and achievement of US business
objectives for both federal and state.
* Coordinate country regulatory strategy development,
communication, and implementation with the Global Regulatory
Leaders and Global Business teams.
* Personal and team leadership for the preparation and delivery of
complex registration and data packages to meet US registration
needs (federal and state).
* Maintain accountability for planning and management of the
country regulatory budget for your molecules, will receive guidance
from the US Crop Protection Regulatory Team Leader or designee.
* Serve as a key advisor on country regulatory matters to the
Global Regulatory Leader and their respective networks.
* Develop an in-depth knowledge of Corteva products and their
* Lead US Regulatory Teams made up of resources as needed to
achieve a molecule's local regulatory strategy.
* Accountable for the completeness and accuracy of all regulatory
submissions related to a molecule.
* Create and maintain positive relationships with key government
* Identify, prioritize, and resolve issues that could impact a
registration before, during and after initial registration.
* Identify, communicate, and resolve issues that could have impact
* Develop a working relationship with Government Affairs/External
Affairs to plan and execute advocacy strategies to enhance
registration success of their molecules.
* Represent Corteva regarding industry issues via participation on
and leadership of task forces, working groups, etc.
* Maintain full awareness of molecule/product project plans and
provide timely communication to the Regulatory and Commercial teams
of critical regulatory milestones and issues.
* Guide and mentor Science Subject Matter Experts, Regulatory
Specialists, and Regulatory Assistants leading to create and carry
out effective registration strategies for products
What expertise have you grown? What do you bring to the table?
* B.S. in science or engineering related discipline (organic
chemistry, formulation chemistry, engineering, biochemistry, plant
pathology, entomology, analytical chemistry, agronomy, toxicology,
* At least six years of professional work experience in the
agriculture industry with responsibilities closely tied to
* Highly preferred - Experience in US crop protection regulatory
affairs and FIFRA pesticide law.
* M.S. or higher in science or engineering related discipline.
* Experience in crop protection regulatory sciences (risk
assessment, environmental fate, etc)
Let's peek at how you can grow your wellbeing, health, and future
Strike a better work-life balance with robust time off benefits
including paid maternity, paternal and family illness leave
Prepare for your future with our competitive retirement savings
plan, tuition reimbursement program, and more
Enjoy access to health benefits for you and your family on your
first day of employment
And much, much more!
Ready to grow your perspectives, impact and career? We seek
applicants from all backgrounds to ensure we get the best, most
creative talent on our team.
Start by applying to this opportunity today!
The salary range for this position is $97,000 - $148,000 yearly.
This reflects a reasonable estimate of the targeted base salary for
this role. This role is also eligible for an annual bonus. Based on
factors such as geographic location and candidate qualifications,
actual base pay is determined when an employment offer is made. In
addition, this position includes benefits where you can learn more
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