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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Analytical Toxicology

Company: King’s College London
Job Title: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Analytical Toxicology
Department: Analytics, Environmental & Forensics
Salary: Grade 7 for Lecturer, £46,292 to £54,534 per annum, inclusive of £3,500 per annum London Allowance, or at Grade 8 for Senior Lecturer, £56,060 to £64,405 per annum, inclusive of £3,500 per annum London Allowance.
Location: London

The Department of Analytical, Environmental & Forensic Sciences in the School of Population Health & Environmental Sciences wish to appoint an academic member of staff with expertise in analytical toxicology and applied research to our interdisciplinary Department.

Our research builds on the outstanding legacy of population health, environmental and forensic sciences. We are forging new connections between basic and experimental medicine, social sciences, informatics and data science to advance our methodological and empirical strengths and expertise across the university in the understanding of disease and to improve health (physical and mental) and wellbeing and care for patients and populations.

This academic post will have research leadership responsibilities within the Department including but not confined to laboratory investigations. The post holder will develop and lead their own research programme.

The role will include teaching responsibilities in biochemistry and analytical toxicology at Master’s level and responsibilities at postgraduate taught module level working closely with programme leaders in the Department.

The post holder should be a nationally recognised academic with a strong background in multidisciplinary research.

The level of appointment will be determined according to the track record and experience, as detailed in the two separate person specifications within the attached job pack.

This post will be offered on an indefinite contract.

This is a full-time post.

The selection process will include a panel interview, an assessment, a presentation.

Closing Date : 12th March 2020

Job ID : 027986
Contact Person : Professor Wolff
Contact Details : [email protected]


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Company: Broughton Nicotine Services
Job Title: Toxicologist
Salary: Negotiable/Competitive
Pension, Annual Bonus scheme
Location: Office Based (Earby) or Home based

Do you want to be part of a fast-growing, globally recognised Scientific and Regulatory company?

 If you do, we want to hear from you as we have a number of exciting opportunities within our growing, dynamic Toxicology team.

Broughton Nicotine Services is a Contract Research Organisation providing analytical, scientific and regulatory support to businesses in the e-cigarette sector, enabling them to increase the value of their business and advance a smoke-free future.

Our Toxicology team support our clients with their pursuit of regulatory compliance.

This role will be either home based with willingness to travel when required or can be based within our new facility in Earby, on the border of Lancashire and North Yorkshire.

Main purpose of job

The Toxicologist will lead and manage the in vitro study design, CRO management, interpretation of results, and integration of results into a summary regarding the appropriateness for protection of public health

You will adhere to protocols for preparing toxicology profiles of chemicals, ensuring that these protocols are followed by Associate Toxicologists. Conducting toxicological analyses using computational (Q) SAR modelling programs and provide expert judgement for results.

As part of line management requirements within this role you may oversee Associate Toxicologists to conduct risk assessments, ensure protocols are followed and also provide oversight and senior review of all deliverables, including toxicology profiles, computational toxicology results, and risk assessments. You will understand concepts of Cramer classification and thresholds of toxicological concern (TTC).

Key person specification

  • Degree in Toxicology or related field (essential)
  • PhD in Toxicology (desirable)
  • At least 3 years’ experience in applied toxicology and risk assessment
  • Experience with computational modelling software: OECD Toolbox, ToxTree and Lhasa
  • Proven ability in technical writing and communications.
  • Proven self-learner.
  • Can demonstrate business / commercial acumen.
  • Proven project management skills.
  • Can demonstrate drive and motivation.


Please provide a CV and Covering Letter to [email protected]

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