• Regulatory Affairs Associate / Personal Care Products

    Job Locations US-FL-Cutler Bay/ Miami
  • Company Overview

    A vibrant company culture founded on the pillars of family, gratitude, and service. A portfolio of international brands dedicated to innovation in the personal beauty industry. A diverse team of talented professionals, united in their vision of achievement and growth. Welcome to Alcora.
    Built upon the foundation of four brands united in purpose—L’EUDINE Global, MONAT, Project Beauty and B&R Products, Inc.—Alcora is perfectly positioned to lead the beauty and wellness industries in Latin America, North America, and beyond for decades to come. With its headquarters and manufacturing facilities located in the spectacular city of Miami, Alcora boasts an energetic, exciting corporate culture and a family of passionate professionals who thrive on the pursuit of excellence.
    Some of the employee benefits we offer in Alcora are:
    *100% paid vision and dental coverage for employees
    *Paid time off                           
    *Paid holidays
    *Matching 401k                
    *Relocation assistance

    Job Summary

    Under the supervision of the Global Regulatory Affairs Sr. Manager, the Regulatory Affairs Associate supports all regulatory affairs activities for the products and research, provides input for regulatory submissions, assists in the compilation and review of all submissions for completeness and quality, summarizes regulatory intelligence and assists with other projects as assigned. 


    • Review product promotional materials, labeling, technical data, SDS, specification sheets, stability, safety and efficacy testing methods for product compliance and applicable regulations and policies. 
    • Review the processes used in their industry and establish guidelines and standards for specific tasks. Must know all the applicable laws and regulations and make sure that staff members are aware of the legal standards that apply to their work.
    • Investigate the processes in place, review data and documents and talk to staff members.
    • Check products to ensure that regulations are followed.
    • Assess potential solutions and make recommendations about how to change the processes in place to solve problems.
    • Complete reports and applying for any licenses required for operation.


    • Bachelor's degree in biochemistry, biological sciences, chemistry, pharmacy, toxicology and engineering. Additional experience in law, marketing, business and statistics will be helpful.
    • 2-3 years of experience in Cosmetic R&D with background in regulatory affairs for US (OTC regulations); Europe and Canada. 
    • Must understand all aspects of Product Development, including Research, Manufacturing practices, Regulations and Approval processes. 
    • Excellent organizational skills, be very detailed oriented, have analytical and communication skills.
    • Knowledge of filing regulatory documentation.
    • Must be proficient in Word, Excel.