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You will be working in a practical role in the application of environmental models (FOCUS models) for simulating fate of chemicals in the aquatic or terrestrial environment for use in risk assessments.
Responsible for the performing broad level of Ecotoxicology studies on both aquatic and terrestrial systems.
These include both acute and chronic tests.
Ensuring studies are conducted to GLP principles and report writing.
Responsible for setting up the facility to perform testing on higher plant species.
Working with departmental strategy will be an imminent part of this role.As a Study Director you will have responsibility to ensure that aquatic and soil sample studies are carried out to the necessary regulations and guidelines required for the registration of plant protection products, chemicals and pharmaceuticals. With customers you will be the point of study control and have overall responsibility for the scientific, technical and regulatory conduct of studies. You will also be responsible for the interpretation, documentation and reporting of results. Close and regular liaison with the Client would be a major part of the role. Other responsibilities and duties will be: QUALIFICATIONS The ideal candidate will have a BSC in Science (Environmental, Agricultural, biology, chemistry or related areas). Aquatic, GLP and Ecotoxicology experience is essential. Candidates can have a background in either soil or plant metabolism. Ideal candidates will have radiochemical experience but this is not a core request to have but an advantage. Commercial experience or consultancy experience preferred but again not a core request to have. Physical chemistry experience is an advantage to have. Ability to work in a challenging, high pressured working environment with initiative, pro-activeness and drive. For more information on this opportunity please send in an MS WORD Copy of your CV to email@example.com. Please contact the Senior Consultant Abid Kanji on 0044 207 940 2105 for more information also.