Regulatory Toxicologist - PhD - Brussels
Have you just finished you PhD and interested in working within Regulatory Affairs for an International Group? If you have, this is the ideal position for someone who is passionate about reducing risk to human health while improving existing pesticides used to promote food stocks.
I'm currently working with a unique Agrochemical Consultancy that provides its services exclusively to other companies within the same group. As a result of continued growth, they are now looking for a Regulatory Toxicologist to join their offices in Brussels on a permanent basis.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a small team of passionate individuals where you will receive constant training and mentoring both internally and externally allowing you to get the best start to your career.
- You hold a PhD in Veterinary, Pharmaceutical or Biomedical Sciences
- A specialisation within Histopathology, Oncology, Genetics or Endocrinology
- A strong desire to work within Regulatory Toxicology
- An existing experience within Regulatory Affairs would be an advantage
- Previous exposure to Analytical Chemistry
- A professional proficiency in English, French would be advantageous
If you are looking to develop a successful career in the Regulatory world, please send your CV in an MS Word format to email@example.com or call me on (+32) 024 03 49 80
I am one the leading Regulatory Affairs recruiters in Europe within the Agrochemicals sector with a strong track record of placing candidates with some of the most reputable names in the industry. If you don't feel that this opportunity is quite right for you, why not contact me to find what other positions we currently have available
Regulatory / Régelmentation / Registrations / Affaires Réglementaires / Homologation / REACh / GHS / CLP / Biocide / BPR / Agrochemical / Fertilizer / Fertilisers / Matières Fertilisantes / Chemicals / Environmental Fate / Toxicology / Toxicologist / Toxicologue / Ecotoxicology / Ecotoxicologue / Phytosanitary / Phytosanitaire / Agrochemical / 1107/2009 / MFSC / 2003/2003