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Fragrance Formulation Coordinator

Department: Safety Assurance/ Fragrance
Location: Rockleigh, NJ, United States

Essential Job Functions:

  • Maintain corporate formulations in One-T and SAP computer systems.
    • Assign numbers to new fragrance formulation
    • Maintain Raw material costing of formulas.
    • Complete daily formula requests and transfers.
  • Responsible for Fragrance Costbook maintenance in One-T and SAP computer systems.
    • Maintain records of RMCs.
    • Liaison with Purchasing Department and QC Department for monitoring changes in raw material and alternate suppliers.
  • Responsible for Fragrance SRA department on new Raw Material introduction and documentation management
  • Special projects as assigned by the supervisor
  • Assists with preparing and maintaining departmental procedures.
  • Prepare and maintain SDSs for fragrance compounds, according to appropriate country regulations using WERCs
  • Maintain the NJ Right to Know system for the fragrance division
  • Assist in gathering information for fragrance industry surveys
  • Manage third party SDS requests

Educational Qualifications: Bachelorís degree in a science (e.g. toxicology, biology, chemistry or related) preferred.

Experience: 2 years in regulatory or product safety, in fragrance, consumer product, chemical industry preferred.

Competencies:

  • Good communication skills
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills needed
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Computer proficient; should know Windows, Microsoft Office and Outlook; SAP and WERCs knowledge desirable.
  • Must be able to work without supervision, take initiative.

 

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