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Non-clinical Safety Lead with Drug Development Experience

Company: UCB
Location: UK (London area), Belgium (Brussels area) or in the US (Boston area)
Salary: tba

UCB, Brussels, Belgium (www.ucb.com) is a global biopharmaceutical company focused on creating value for people living with severe diseases in immunology and neurology. UCB is listed on Euronext Brussels (symbol: UCB)

Role overview:
We are currently seeking an experienced Non-clinical Safety Lead (senior toxicologist) with strong expertise in developing drugs from Discovery Research to Submission. Having experience with the immunology, bone and/or the neuroscience therapeutic areas is a plus. In this role, you will be responsible for the non-clinical safety development of multiple drug formats including biologics, small molecules and emerging new formats such as gene therapy or PROTACs. You will build and deliver non-clinical safety strategies to global interdisciplinary project teams from Discovery Research through early development and into clinical trials, and, if applicable, to Submission. You will be highly skilled in toxicology data interpretation/project contextualization and issue resolution with a flexible, collaborative and innovative approach; You will represent UCB at Health Authority meetings for assigned projects; You may participate in various toxicology and R&D initiatives including cross-functional collaborations internally and externally via scientific consortia. You will be a strong team player, with the ability to work with people from a range of different disciplines throughout the organization. The ability to lead the development science sub-team, including representatives from toxicology, PKPD, DMPK, bioanalysis/biomarker, and quantitative pharmacology functions, is an additional asset. You will influence the portfolio from target entrance and through the entire project lifecycle. You will be based close to the research centers either in the UK (London area), Belgium (Brussels area) or in the US (Boston area).

The profile:
You must hold a Ph.D. in a field related to toxicology (biomedical science, immunology, neuroscience, pharmacology, DVM), have a strong knowledge of nonclinical safety in drug development (experience with immunology or bone therapeutic areas or in neuroscience therapeutic area would be beneficial but not essential), and have extensive experience of discovery support and regulatory toxicology in the pharmaceutical industry. A good basic knowledge of PKPD, DMPK, bioanalysis/biomarker, and quantitative pharmacology functions would also be a plus. Due to the nature of the position, the following are desirable assets:
• Experience in development of biologics is required, experience in developing NCEs or other novel formats is a plus.
• Excellent interpersonal skills to facilitate interactions; excellent oral and written English communication skills. Demonstrated technical writing skills.
• A problem-solving, strong decision-making, and innovative mindset.
• Experience of critical data analysis and interpretation.
• Ability to work independently and as a strong collaborative member of diverse global teams.
Human Resources Department
• Open, confident, and persuasive behaviour, succeeding through influence, experience in balancing big picture thinking with detailed analysis, ability to be flexible and to adapt to a changing environment.

Visit our careers site to apply now: https://careers.ucb.com/global/en/job/72599/Non-Clinical-Safety-Lead-Drug-Development 

Non-Clinical Safety lead with experience in Gene Therapy modalities

Company: UCB
Location: Berkshire UK, Brussels or Boston, US.
Salary: tba

UCB recently strengthened its gene therapy activities with the acquisition of Handl Therapeutics BV and through a new R&D collaboration with Lacerta Therapeutics.
We are currently seeking a toxicologist with expertise in developing novel Gene Therapy products.

Role overview:
To build and deliver non-clinical safety scientific and regulatory strategies to global project teams from Discovery Research through to Submission. Skilled in toxicology data interpretation/project contextualization and issue resolution within the area of Gene Therapies, and a background of toxicology expertise in other modalities is a plus.
With a flexible, collaborative and innovative approach you will represent UCB at Health Authority meetings for assigned projects. You may also participate in various toxicology and R&D initiatives including cross-functional collaborations internally and externally via scientific consortia.
You will be a strong team player, with the ability to work with people from a range of different disciplines throughout the organization. The ability to lead the development science sub-team including toxicology, PKPD (biodistribution), bioanalysis/biomarker, and quantitative pharmacology, is an additional asset. Influence the portfolio at target entrance, and through the entire project life cycle, representing UCB in meetings with Health Authorities.
We can consider candidates to be located in either Berkshire UK, Brussels or Boston, US.

Essential experience:
You must hold a Ph.D (or equivalent). in a field related to toxicology (biomedical science, immunology, neuroscience, pharmacology, DVM or other relevant scientific area), have a strong knowledge of nonclinical safety for gene therapy products (experience in immunology or bone therapeutic areas or in neuroscience therapeutic area would be beneficial but not essential) and have experience of discovery support and regulatory toxicology in the development of gene therapy, preferably within the pharmaceutical industry.
Also, we are seeking experience in the following:
• Development of gene-therapy modalities is required, experience with other therapeutic modalities (biologics, small molecules) is a plus.
• Excellent interpersonal skills to facilitate interactions; excellent oral and written English communication skills. Proven technical writing skills.
• A problem-solving, strong decision-making, and innovative mindset.
• Experience of critical data analysis and interpretation.
Human Resources Department
• Ability to work independently and as a strong collaborative member of diverse global teams.
• Open, confident, and persuasive behaviour, succeeding through influence, experience in balancing big picture thinking with detailed analysis, ability to be flexible and to adapt to a changing environment.

Visit our careers page to apply now: https://careers.ucb.com/global/en/job/72558/Non-Clinical-Safety-Lead-Gene-Therapy

Senior Regulatory Toxicologist

Company: Corteva Agriscience
Location: Milton Park, England
Salary: tba
Req ID: 214144W-01

At Corteva Agriscience, we grow what matters by putting consumers and customers at the heart of everything we do. We recognize that safe and sustainable food is a priority of our consumers, and we’re here to ensure those goals are met. As a Regulatory Toxicologist at Corteva, you will be part of a growing, multidisciplinary team that is responsible for development, registration or re-registration of new and existing crop protection products.

How will you help us grow? It matters to us, and it matters to you.

Key Responsibilities

As a member of our Regulatory Toxicology & Risk (RTR) group, you will have responsibility for design and interpretation of toxicology studies for active substances and end-use products in support of regulatory submissions across various geographies. Numerous opportunities exist for scientific growth within this role including working on cross-active ingredient projects, innovative/alternative toxicity testing approaches and communicating data to a wide variety of audiences.

In this role, you’ll also act as a close liaison with registration colleagues and technical experts across a wide range of disciplines within the company, industry associations and national or international regulatory authorities.

It is an exciting time to join this team as we are expanding and growing.

Qualifications

  • A minimum of a PhD in toxicology or related field of study
  • Strong scientific background and critical thinking skills coupled with application of scientific principles and exposure data/metrics for use in regulatory sciences and risk assessment
  • Demonstrated teamwork and leadership abilities to manage and coordinate multiple projects and chemistries
  • Ability to apply knowledge and experience to creatively address complex risk assessment challenges in a timely and effective manner
  • Strong written and oral communication skills that allow dissemination of complex technical issues in a clear, concise manner to a variety of scientific and non-scientific audiences
  • Keen interest in working in a dynamic, exciting industry and applying scientific information for protection of human health
  • Two or more years of industry toxicology experience preferred
  • Regulatory toxicology experience, specifically in the agriculture industry sector
  • Experience with regulatory application of QSAR or other in silico models would be a big plus

Location:
Milton.

Where to apply?

The best way to apply for this position is through the following link: https://careers.corteva.com/ShowJob/JobId/491533/SeniorRegulatoryToxicologist or by sending an email to [email protected]

Who Are We Looking For?

  • Curious, bold thinkers who want to grow their careers and be part of a winning team
  • Market shaping individuals who want to transform the agriculture industry to meet the world’s growing need for food
  • Collaborators who thrive in a diverse, inclusive work environment
  • Innovators who bring initiative and fresh ideas that drive our business into the future and make us an industry leader

Growing What Matters Starts With You… What Can We Offer To Help You Grow?

  • Challenging work assignments that grow your skills, capabilities and experiences
  • Opportunities for international rotations and relocation that will expand your global view and cultural experience
  • Diverse, inclusive work environment where employees bring their whole selves to work and feel heard, valued and empowered
  • Dedicated and customized resources to help grow your professional skills, industry expertise and personal perspectives.
  • Joining us is a natural opportunity to strengthen your professional network through valuable relationships.
  • Support the health and well-being of every employee by offering world-class benefits, meaningful work and competitive salary
  • Performance driven culture with a strong focus on speed, efficiency and agility

Corteva Agriscience ™ serves to enrich the lives of those who produce and those who consume, ensuring progress for generations to come. Our employees fulfill this purpose everyday by building/participating in an inclusive culture where we encourage each other to stay curious, think differently, act boldly and do what’s right for our customers, our co-workers, our partners and our planet. With over 20,000 team members from 130 countries, innovating in 140 world class R&D facilities, we have the resources, leadership heritage and partner ecosystem to make a meaningful impact now and into the future.

#GrowWhatMatters

Senior Toxicologist as Director (m/w) Hazard and Risk Management / Chemicals Management

Company: Röhm GmbH
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.

VACANCY REFERENCE NUMBER 119239

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; gap analyses and development of risk assessment strategies, including non-animal approaches like QSAR and read-across; commissioning and monitoring of experimental studies when needed
  • Group leadership Hazard & Risk Management, as well as responsibility for Chemicals Management, comprising the chemicals strategy and voluntary commitments of the company
  • Assessment of the 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
  • At least ten years of profound professional experience in the area of interest and specific qualification and experience in the area of toxicology (mandatory, usually ERT or DABT)
  • Profound leadership experience; ability to deal with highly complex and challenging situations
  • Outstanding skills in communication and teamwork
  • Very good knowledge in MS office applications and software dedicated to toxicology – IUCLID and other software for exposure assessment, identification of toxicological, ecotoxicological and physico-chemical information
  • Very good knowledge of German and English language (fluent in word and writing)

Further Information: CLICK HERE

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.

VACANCY REFERENCE NUMBER 119239

Röhm GmbH, Dolivostraße 17, 64293 Darmstadt

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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