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We are a family of brands — H&M, COS, Monki, Weekday, & Other Stories, H&M Home, ARKET, Afound, Treadler and Itsapark, driven by our desire to make great design available to everyone in a sustainable way. Together we offer fashion, design and services, that enable people to be inspired and to express their own personal style, making it easier to live in a more circular way.
We aim to be the best employer around, looking after and caring for all our colleagues. When you start a career with us, there's no limit to where it can take you. We will trust you with great responsibility from the start, encourage an entrepreneurial spirit and reward a passionate mindset. Welcome to a dynamic workplace where you contribute by being yourself.
Do you have experience of product compliance and safety with focus on physical properties? Are you passionate about research, and communication? Then read on!
Group Compliance department is part of the function "Production Governance & Compliance" at our Group Production organization. Within the function, we aim to make sure we deliver consistent product quality that our customers will love.
Group Compliance is responsible for setting legal requirements and routines for all products sold by the H&M Group, in all countries and channels in line with local legislation and a precautionary principle. This includes product safety, labelling, chemical- and physical test demands. By supporting several parts of our business with our expertise, we contribute to the overall customer experience.
We are eager to bring a Product Compliance Specialist with focus on textile products onboard, to be responsible for the group of products including textile & leather products such as apparel, home interior textiles, upholstered furniture, and textile PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). We have a team of specialists with deep knowledge within their specific area. Ongoingly, we research and update ourselves on the specific topics and relevant legal requirements, including aspects of labelling, physical and mechanical restrictions, physical properties, and authority reporting. We then communicate with all relevant stakeholders within the H&M group such as Assortment and Production. Do you want to be part of creating customer value by providing safe and compliant products? Then becoming our next product compliance specialist might be the challenge you are looking for. Key responsibilities include:
Research relevant physical-related regulations in existing and future sales countries. Evaluate the information and set importance for H&M.
Secure that H&M's physical restrictions for specified products/materials for all brands within the H&M Group are in line with global regulations as well as company policies.
Set, implement, update and follow up physical restrictions, standards, routines, methods and guidelines within H&M Group.
Ensure all key stakeholders are kept up to date with H&M's product restrictions relevant to physical and mechanical properties.
Work proactively with these issues to improve weak points, identify new potential risks and avoid problems reoccurring. This includes tasks such as collaborating with the Assortment team on design risk assessments for new and existing products.
Cooperate with relevant external parties like working groups, standard organizations, authorities and NGO's.
We believe you are a communicative and driven team player who enjoys working with a variety of people, in an international environment. To succeed in this role, you are solutions-focused, curious, and structured with a collaborative "can-do" approach and an eye for details. You have a goal-oriented mindset and are eager to find great ways to drive results and have an impact.
Have a university degree in engineering or equivalent within the product group.
Have at least 2 years of work experience within product regulations and compliance.
Good knowledge of textile products.
Good knowledge of materials and production processes.
Insights around consumer products and have at least a few years of practical experience within a relevant field.
Experience in reading and evaluating standards and regulations.
Experience turning complex information into user-friendly guidelines.
Fluent in English, written and spoken.
This is a full-time temporary position for 15 months, based in Stockholm.
If you feel that your experience, skills and ambitions are right for this role, please send your resume in English
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We look forward to receiving your application!
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