Do you want to work for an organisation internationally renowned for innovation and growth?
This is your chance to work across different sectors including Gas , Environment, Water and Resource Management, with clients that include regulators, water and gas utility companies, governmental organisations, NGOs, trade organisations, industrial manufacturers and waste management companies.
Due to continued growth within a sector that remains relatively unaffected by the global pandemic there is a exciting opportunity for Toxicologists of all levels of experience, working to provide independent and authoritative advice on chemical risk to regulators, water companies and industry.
As a toxicologist you will be providing advice during chemical spills and emergencies, undertaking environmental and human health risk assessments, and helping companies comply with their regulatory requirements.
You will focus on developing client solutions with opportunities to contribute to commercial work winning and business development.
As a toxicologist you will rely on your knowledge and passion in equal measure, while demonstrating a real passion for working with a global client base to solve technically difficult problems. This role will involve extensive interaction with a team of fellow human health experts, ecotoxicologists, and chemists as well as working alongside other environmental and engineering disciplines across the business.
You will have a minimum of two years of experience in delivering successful projects, preferably some in a consulting environment, with a deep understanding of the link to commercial success. You'll hold a post-graduate qualification in Toxicology, Ideally an MSc or PhD qualification.
Drawing on your knowledge toxicology you will be resposiiable for assessing mammalian toxicology study data. Any ecotoxicology knowledge you may have will be advantageous, but not required. Along with your strong IT skills, ideally with knowledge of ECHA REACH, QSAR and exposure modelling, you will demonstrate provision of strong commercial and delivery awareness, contributing to developing strong teams and building trusted client relationships to affect change.
Any experience of working in the water sector / public health would be beneficial.
In return for your commitment, we offer a wide range of benefits including a salary ranging from £30,000 - £50,000 dependent of experience and skill set additional benefits including flexible working hours based on a 37-hour week, A contributory pension scheme, 25 days holiday plus Bank Holidays, free accident/life insurance, Cash Health Plan, Active Sports and Social Club, Subsidised on-site staff restaurant.
For an informal chat about this role please call Spencer on 01202 888986 Ext:256 or email email@example.com
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