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Senior Regulatory Scientists – Toxicology

Company: Health & Safety Executive
Job Title: Senior Regulatory Scientists – Toxicology
Salary: On application
Location: Bootle, North West, L20 7HS : City of Westminster, London, SW1W 9SZ : York, Yorkshire and the Humber, YO1 7PX
Closing Date:23.55hrs – Friday 30th October 2020

Summary

You will be part of a team that is delivering HSE objectives in support of the UK’s transition from the EU. With a world-class reputation for safeguarding the health and safety of people at work, HSE is adapting and evolving to meet the new challenges ahead. At CRD, we work with one goal in mind – to protect human health and the environment from the effects of potentially harmful substances.

To help us meet these challenges, we require a number of Band 3 Senior Regulatory Toxicologists to join us.

Job description

The Toxicology Team is mainly responsible for the assessment of the human health hazards and risks of a range of chemicals, including general chemicals, pesticides and biocides and their formulations. These are performed to ensure these chemicals are regulated in line with legislative requirements and safety standards. Depending on the scope of their work, specialist toxicologists are located in either the Toxicology or REACH/CLP/PIC Teams in CRD.

You will work as part of one of these teams and be responsible for technical assessments into regulatory programmes on chemicals, biocides and pesticides to support regulatory decision-making in the UK.

You will be expected to explain your decisions internally and externally, to Expert Committees, other government departments and relevant stakeholders.

Our Senior Regulatory Toxicologists have considerable knowledge of the regulation of chemicals and extensive experience of regulatory science, including scientific writing, regulatory decision making, working with national and international legislation, communicating with stakeholders and representational roles in different fora.

You will be responsible for providing guidance and delivering training to internal and external stakeholders on all aspects of the human health risk assessment.

A further key aspect of this role will be the management and development of a team of people. This will include identifying training needs, making proposals for training solutions and taking a leading role in the provision of training.

No laboratory or field work is involved in these roles.

NB Applicants for posts in London should be aware that there is an intended move from our current office at 151, Buckingham Palace Road location to Canary Wharf next year.

HSE is committed to providing a supportive and inclusive working environment and we particularly welcome BAME/disabled/LGBT+ applicants, as they are currently underrepresented in this discipline within HSE.

Apply HERE

Closing Date: 23.55hrs – Friday 30th October 2020

Director (M/F/D) Hazard and Risk Management / Chemicals Management

Company: Röhm GmbH
Job Title: Director (M/F/D) Hazard and Risk Management / Chemicals Management
Salary: On application
Location: Germany: Darmstadt
Function: ESHQ
Department: Product Stewardship
Career Level: Senior Professionals (>10 years)

ABOUT RÖHM

We are a leading supplier of methacrylate chemicals worldwide. Thanks to our positioning as a global company with 15 production sites on three continents, we are close to our customers and markets. As one of the world’s leading partners in quality and reliability, we are committed to defining the methacrylate markets of tomorrow together with our customers. Our strategic goal is clear-to become the leading Methacrylate Verbund

WHAT WE OFFER

As one of the global market leaders in methacrylate chemicals we are working on many exciting topics and projects. Our special strength are our employees. Their ideas, their creativity and passion are crucial for further development of our business.
Become part of our team. We are offering great opportunities and perspectives in an international environment – both for career changers and experienced professionals. Waiting for you is a creative job within a team, an intensive on-the-job training, personal development opportunities as well as an attractive compensation.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assessment of toxicological, ecotoxicological and physico-chemical data to determine the hazard and risk of chemicals and products
  • Group leadership Hazard & Risk Management, as well as responsibility for Chemicals Management, comprising the chemicals strategy and voluntary commitments of the company
  • Assessment of safety of workers, consumers, customers and the environment. Classification and labelling of substances and mixtures according to regulatory requirements (mainly EU CLP regulation)
  • Preparation of registration dossiers according to international legislation like REACH or TSCA
  • Professional representation of the company towards authorities and national and international committees, consortia and associations regarding substance-specific and general regulatory issues
  • Communication of hazard and risk issues internally
  • Being part of the Product Stewardship leadership team, you will also fulfill several other leadership tasks for the department. This includes depute tasks for other team members, contribution to the strategy and planning of the department, budget and resource monitoring, etc.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Successfully completed studies of toxicology, biology, veterinary medicine, pharmacology, food chemistry, chemistry or related areas
  • More than ten years of profound professional experience in the area of interest and specific qualification in the area of toxicology (mandatory)
  • Profound leadership experience
  • Outstanding skills in communication and teamwork
  • Very good knowledge in MS office applications and software dedicated to toxicology, e.g. exposure assessment, identification of toxicological, ecotoxicological and physico-chemical information
  • Very good knowledge of German and English language (fluent in word and writing)

YOUR APPLICATION

To ensure the fastest process of your application and to protect the environment, please apply online via our careers portal at https://www.roehm.com/en/career.

Please address your application to Frau Wiese. If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact us at +49 6151 8637449.

 

VACANCY REFERENCE NUMBER 119239
Please note that Röhm will not accept any unsolicited application documents sent by staffing firms. Röhm works in conjunction with preferred service providers and will not pay any fee to staffing firms in the absence of an appropriate framework agreement. Should Röhm receive a candidate profile from a staffing firm with which it has no framework agreement, and should this candidate subsequently be considered in the recruitment process or offered employment, no claims from the staffing firm will be entertained in this regard.

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