Scientific and Regulatory Affairs Manager for A.I.S.E. and DUCC

As a Manager, you will have the opportunity to represent the views for the leading European industries subject to the chemical regulation. You will be organising and managing the daily work for the relevant groups; this involves managing working groups, leading specific projects and collecting and distributing relevant information to members and developing industry positions after consultation of members, if need be. In addition, to communicating with and providing advice to the members, he/she will also interact with external parties, such as European Commission, ECHA and other industry associations.

The job involves 50% responsibility for A.I.S.E. as manager of the Professional Cleaning and Hygiene Steering Group, and 50% responsibility for DUCC as manager of the DUCC platform you will be responsible for organising and managing the DUCC Secretariat with a special focus on the REACH and CLP related topics. The manager will work in A.I.S.E's Brussels-based offices. 

Applications should be submitted by 11 November 2019.

DUCC, the Downstream Users of Chemicals Co-ordination Group is a platform of 11 European associations which represent "downstream” industries ranging from cosmetics and detergents to aerosols, paints, inks, toners, pressroom chemicals, adhesives and sealants, construction chemicals, fragrances, lubricants and chemical distributors industries. The group's main objective is to contribute, with a common voice, to the successful implementation of the requirements of the REACH and CLP Regulations. More on  

A.I.S.E., the International Association for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products (, is the official representative body of this industry in Europe. Our membership totals 31 national associations across Europe and beyond. Through this network, we represent over 900 companies supplying both household and professional cleaning, as well as maintenance products and services. These range from small and medium-sized enterprises to large multinationals. More: