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The National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC), founded over 40 years ago, is the market leading provider of chemical emergency response services globally, dealing with over 4,000 emergency calls a year on behalf of over 550 companies, including 50% of the largest chemical manufacturers in the world. We are recognised by our clients, the industry and our peers as being the premium provider of these services, and our reputation is based on the outstanding level of knowledge and technical expertise of our emergency response team.
Alongside the emergency response services, we also offer a range of regulatory compliance services (including REACH registration and representation, technical document authoring (SDS, etc.)), software packages for managing SDS and chemicals, as well as training and crisis consultancy and incident notification.
Today NCEC is part of Ricardo PLC’s subsidiary company, Ricardo Energy & Environment; a leading sustainability consultancy combining energy, climate change, air quality, transport, water, environmental and our chemical risk expertise with strong marketing, IT and economics capability.
NCEC is seeking to significantly expand its regulatory consultancy offerings, taking advantage of new market opportunities. We are looking for a consultant to support our delivery of SDS. The role will be tailored to the skills and experience of the successful candidate alongside our existing team. You must have proven expertise in supply regulation and SDS authoring on a global level, be an expert communicator and customer project/relationship manager.
NCEC offers a range of consultancy services to its ca. 1,000 customers in the chemical sectors, although its primary focus is on telephone-based chemical emergency response. Its customers are based internationally and are faced with many varied challenges beyond emergency response as a result of fast-changing chemical regulations such as CLP/GHS and REACH. In response, NCEC has developed a range of regulatory consultancy services which have supported these requirements over a number of years. These services include;
NCEC has a number of full time employees deployed on these projects, and a team of shift-based emergency responders who have chemistry degrees and regulatory knowledge so also contribute towards project delivery.
The Regulatory Chemistry and Safety Data Sheet Intern will be responsible for:
Key competencies and experience:
This is an exciting opportunity for someone to make their mark in a growing team. We will be recruiting for a number of additional roles over the next few years and so you’re joining at a key time to help us grow our consultancy services. NCEC provides a fast-paced and challenging environment offering you the opportunity to make your mark. You will join a professional and enthusiastic team tasked with achieving significant organisational growth over the coming years. You will have support from the wider business for your career to develop.
Ricardo Energy & Environment strives to be an equal opportunities employer.