Vacancies

Here are the current advertisements for open toxicology job vacancies. Click on each role to see further details and to access any associated files to download. Responses and applications should be made to the appropriate contact point detailed in the advert.

  • Company: UK Health Security Agency

Job Description

UKHSA: GOLIATH H2020 project:  Come join us in developing an integrated approach for testing and assessment  for metabolic disruption!

We are looking for candidates with a relevant PhD, or equivalent qualification or experience relevant to toxicology and chemical risk assessment and particularly data analysis, ideally in the endocrine disruptor field.

 

http://www.healthjobsuk.com/job/v4610531

Higher Toxicologist – Civil Service Jobs – GOV.UK

Job Advert (jobs.nhs.uk)

 

Deadline: 13 October 2022

 

  • Company: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)
  • Location: London Canary Wharf/Hybrid
  • Contract: Permanent, Full - time
  • Salary: £53,101 per annum plus benefits

Job Description

Ref: 239355

The MHRA is transforming. Through enabling innovation, making the right judgements of the benefits and risks of medical products and forging the right partnerships in the UK and internationally, it aims to deliver world class regulation and improved outcomes for UK patients.

We are currently looking for a Non-clinical Assessor to join our Scientific Research & Innovation. The clinical investigations and trials function ensure the efficient, pragmatic, proportionate and patient-centred advice for, and assessment of, clinical investigations into the performance and safety of medical devices and diagnostics as well clinical trials of investigational medicinal products.

What’s the role?
The role encompasses a broad range of activities from assessing an application for a new chemical or biological active substance, to providing scientific advice to companies around nonclinical/regulatory issues for development of new products.

The role holder will be expected to contribute to policy and strategy development to maintain and enhance the reputation of the UK as a great place to conduct clinical research, identifying synergies and opportunities for streamlining across the functional areas of the Science, Research and Innovation Group.

The role is both intellectually challenging and rewarding, and provides, significant opportunity for regulatory and scientific learning.

At interview stage, if candidates do not score high enough to be appointed to this G6 role but have passed the minimum requirements, they could be offered a role at the lower grade of G7.

Who are we looking for?
Our successful candidate will have:

  • Up to date specialist level of knowledge in one or more relevant scientific areas or broader knowledge across the range of scientific activities in relation to the non-clinical development of human medicinal products. Knowledge of relevant legislation and procedures applicable to the development and licensing of human medicinal products.
  • Degree in toxicology or other appropriate life science with a relevant postgraduate experience or PhD (or equivalent experience).
  • Effective decision-making skills, including clear communication of the purpose and reasons for recommendations and communication of decisions internally and to external experts.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, keen attention to detail and adept at applying critical thinking to complex and/or ill-defined problems.
  • Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities and take responsibility for achieving a successful outcome

If you would like to find out more about this fantastic opportunity, please read our Job Descriptions and Person Specifications!

G6 – Non-Clinical Assessor £65,915

G7 – Non-Clinical Assessor £53,101

Closing date: 31 October 2022.

To apply please click here Non-Clinical Assessor – £65,915 p.a. + benefits – Civil Service Jobs – GOV.UK

  • Company: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)
  • Location: London Canary Wharf/Hybrid
  • Contract: Permanent, Full - time
  • Salary: £53,101 per annum plus benefits

Job Description

Ref: 238006

The MHRA is transforming. Through enabling innovation, making the right judgements of the benefits and risks of medical products and forging the right partnerships in the UK and internationally, it aims to deliver world class regulation and improved outcomes for UK patients.

We are currently looking for a Non-clinical Assessor to join our Healthcare Quality and Access group. The Innovative Medicines function delivers a risk appropriate critical appraisal of quality, safety and efficacy of innovative medicinal products, determining whether a product’s benefits outweighs the risks. It aims to accelerate their route to market to drive earlier patient access. Through this function the Agency will be seen as a leader in facilitating early access to safe and innovative medicines attracting the life sciences sector and contributing to a positive patient experience and to the improvement of public health outcomes.

What’s the role?

Reporting to the Head of Non-clinical Team, Non-clinical Assessors assess the pre-clinical aspects of marketing authorisation and clinical trial applications for medicinal products and take decisions on their suitability for approval.

The post offers career development and progression opportunities in line with our internal development programme (scheme structure currently under review.)

At interview stage, if candidates do not score high enough to be appointed to this G7 role but have passed the minimal requirements, they could be offered a role at the lower grade of SEO.

Who are we looking for?

Our successful candidate will have:

  • Degree in toxicology or other appropriate life science.
  • Previous experience in one of the following; toxicology or non-clinical regulatory affairs. Experience within the pharmaceutical industry, governmental departments or academia particularly welcome.
  • Up to date specialist level of knowledge in one or more relevant scientific areas or broader knowledge across the range of scientific activities in relation to the non-clinical development of human medicinal products.
  • Knowledge of relevant legislation and procedures applicable to the licensing of human medicinal products.
  • Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities and take responsibility for achieving a successful outcome.

If you would like to find out more about this fantastic opportunity, please read our Job Descriptions and Person Specifications!

G7 – Non-Clinical Assessor £53,101

SEO – Non-Clinical Assessor £40,451

Closing date: 7 October 2022.

To apply please click here Non-Clinical Assessor – £53,101 p.a. + benefits – Civil Service Jobs – GOV.UK

  • Company: Infineum UK
  • Department: Product Stewardship & Regulatory Compliance
  • Location: Milton Hill - Oxfordshire, UK

Job Description

This is a great move for a talented Toxicologist. You will be a member of Regulatory Projects & Toxicology, a multidisciplinary group within the Global Product Stewardship & Regulatory Compliance organisation. Working alongside our existing toxicologists, you will provide toxicology and regulatory support to new product development and existing products worldwide.

Further details and to Apply – CLICK HERE

  • Company: Food Standards Agency
  • Location: Multi-location from one of our FSA Offices (Belfast, Birmingham, Cardiff, London or York), or home based in the UK
  • Contract: Permanent
  • Salary: £37,350 £ 37,350 (National) per annum £ 40,350 (London) per annum

Job Description

We have an exciting opportunity for two Senior Toxicological Risk Assessors to join the Science Evidence and Research Division. Leading on a wide range of projects, from detailed reports to risk assessments, the successful candidate will engage in varied and fascinating work that will support not only the mission of the FSA but also the health of the wider public.

The post holder will work closely with colleagues from across the Agency, as well as other government departments, consumer representatives and scientists within our external partners’ organisations. Using their experience in scientific analysis, they will provide the insight and guidance that will drive the FSA’s response to chemical hazards that present a risk to UK consumers.

Deadline extended for applications – 11:55 pm on Sunday 14th August 2022

Further Information and to apply – CLICK HERE

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