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Research & Innovation
Full - Time

The world leader in beauty, L’Oréal is present in 130 countries on five continents. Our 32 international brands have allowed us to devote ourselves solely to one business: beauty, with a mission to provide the best in cosmetics innovation to all women and men around the world. We want to bring beauty to all people. Our ambition by 2020 is to win over another one billion consumers around the world by creating the cosmetic products that meet the infinite diversity of their beauty needs and desires through continued digital innovation. L’Oréal encourages diversity and sustainable, ethical sourcing for all our products and we have reduced our emissions by approx. 50% since 2005.  Our brands are leaders in beauty, and we are looking for you to lead the change you want to see in L’Oréal.

Head of Regulatory Affairs

We are looking for a Head of Regulatory Affairs to join our team from January 2021.

You will be responsible for the Group’s regulatory affairs strategy and operations in UK and Ireland on matters ranging from Cosmetics Regulation to REACH. This role reports into the Director of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs. The team works across all L'Oréal UK & Ireland brands and divisions.



To protect L'Oréal UK and Irelands' license to market innovative beauty care products  through excellent regulatory support and advise on regulatory matters relating to all areas the L'Oréal UK and Ireland business is concerned with. 


Lead and develop a team of Regulatory Advisors in charge of monitoring and  managing our regulatory obligations with respect to, but not limited to UK and EU Cosmetics Regulation, ‘UK REACh’ and ‘EU REACh.’
Lead and implement L’Oréal UK and Ireland’s Regulatory strategy, including ongoing Brexit implementation plans, ensuring L’Oréal’s license to operate.
Apply the Group's regulatory strategy and ensure the accountability of implementing regulations, particularly cosmetic and chemical regulations, for the development and commercialisation of products.
Communicate with authorities and professional associations, including the CTPA, to help safeguard the Group's position.
Contributes to the Group's international regulatory strategy.
Regular interaction and collaboration with multi-divisional Operations teams and Marketing teams.
Maintain regular cross functional collaboration with the international regulatory teams and UK legal team.


Organised: You love a list and have strong planning and organisation skills – with the ability to re-prioritise as required.

Measured: We want to track the success of our campaigns and initiatives so projects must be able to show ROI.

Accurate: You have the ability to work to a high degree of accuracy and meet deadlines.

Entrepreneurial. Every day, you spot opportunities to drive growth for our brand and our customers, making sure the good name of our brand is always protected.

Super creative: Whether it be in overcoming challenges or creating artwork for your channel, creativity is our back bone, and we love new ideas.

Proactive and Open: L’Oreal is for the pioneers, which means embracing new ideas, challenges and change with positivity and a hands on approach.

Teams are the new heroes: There is no better feeling than being part of a successful and dynamic team, so even if you are Superman or Wonder Woman, you recognise that teams are the real heroes.

Only Human: we all make mistakes, but you are not afraid of failure. You learn and show how the experience has helped the business learn for the future and benefitted all.

Ambitious: You crave success and L’Oréal is the ultimate place to achieve your dreams. We will support you all the way and make sure you have the support and development in place to help you succeed.

You. You are real. And you’re true to yourself. We cherish and celebrate diversity so you will feel right at home whoever you are.

Minimum honours degree in one of the life sciences particularly, chemistry, biochemistry or biology.
5-10 years in-depth experience in the FMCG industry.
Excellent knowledge of regulatory frameworks, preferably cosmetics regulation and chemicals regulation.
Leadership and management skills including coaching and training of junior team members.
Excellent command of the English language and its subtleties, with the ability to articulate and express ideas and concepts fluently and persuasively both orally and in writing, particularly in simplifying complex regulatory or scientific issues.
High degree of organisational and analytical skills, offering well thought through creative solutions.
Strong interpersonal skills and capable of building good effective relationships with internal and external contacts as well as senior stakeholders.
Strong co-operative team spirit.
Pays attention to detail as well as looking at the wider picture.