*Main Purpose for the work
The Regulatory Toxicologist plays a role that is key evaluating scientific data pertinent to product formulations and aerosol toxicants. The Regulatory Toxicologist is responsible for the toxicological evaluation of cosmetics, cannabidiol, cannabis, novel foods, nicotine-free and nicotine-containing products subject to approval that is regulatory the planet.
The regulatory toxicologist should hold a BSc/MSc/PhD in toxicology or pharmacology and possess a understanding that is thorough of toxicology. Key to the Regulatory Toxicologist’s role is the ability to complete evaluations that are toxicological on posted literary works, determine permitted day-to-day exposures, produce standard functional procedures (SOPs) and danger assessments. A eye that is keen detail, effective written communication skills, ability to work well as part of a team and analytical thinking are essential.
The Regulatory Toxicologist will be required to hold registration with the BTS or European equivalent as a toxicologist’ that is‘registered
Key tasks for the Regulatory Toxicologist consist of:
- Assessment of product formulations
- Drafting of evaluation protocols
- Conducting literary works reviews
- Proofing documents
- Communicating and dangers with customers
- Determining appropriate how to assess item security
- Providing tech support team to your regulatory team
- Maintaining and upgrading the business toxicology database
- Creating toxicology monographs for ingredients
- Any reasonable activity required by Director or line manager
The goals for the Regulatory Toxicologist can change through the span of business. The following objectives apply:(*)Comprehensive understanding of PMTA and TPD requirements(*)Comprehensive Toxicological review of compounds of interest (150+)(*)Knowledge of EU, UK, and USA regulatory requirements (e.g., cosmetics, medical (*), (*), novel foods, electronic cigarettes)(*)Creating of SOPs for literature searches and other activities(*)Creating risk assessments(*)Participating in client calls/meetings to communicate product risks(*)Compilation of documentation for regulatory authorities (FDA, MHRA, Department of Health)(*)*(*)*Responsible for staff/equipment(*)Company compute(*)No direct reports(*)*(*)*Reporting to:(*)Regulatory affairs manager(*)*(*)Part-time hours: 20-40 per week(*)Application deadline: 22/03/2021(*)Expected start date: 05/04/2021(*)Job Types: Full-time, Part-time(*)Salary: From £25,000.00 per year(*)Education:(*)Bachelor’s (Required)(*)Experience:(*)toxicology: 2 years (Required)(*)Licence/Certification:(*)Registered Toxicologist (Preferred)(*)Work remotely:(*)Temporarily due to COVID-19(*)COVID-19 precaution(s):(*)Remote interview process(*)Social distancing guidelines in place(*)Virtual meetings(*)Sanitisation, disinfection or cleaning procedures in place(*)Share this:(*)Like this:(*)Like(*)Loading…(* at the time of creating the role