Cefic, the European Chemical Industry Council, founded in 1972, is the voice of large, medium and small chemical companies across Europe, which provide 1.2 million jobs and account for about 17% of world chemicals production.
Cefic strives to be the best respected and most trusted business association in Europe. Based in Brussels, it is a committed partner to the European Union, interacting on behalf of its members with European institutions, non-governmental organisations, the media, and other stakeholders. As an active member of the International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA), Cefic seeks to strengthen existing cooperation with global organisations such as UNEP and the OECD to improve chemicals management worldwide.
Cefic is devoted to promoting a thriving chemical industry that is broadly recognised to provide sustainable, safe and resource efficient solutions, foster prosperity, growth and investments in Europe and Provide safe and resource efficient solutions to meet the challenges for future generations.
For its Product Stewardship department, Cefic is looking for a (m/f/d): Regulatory (eco)Toxicologist.
In this role, you will work with industry, external scientists and stakeholders (academia, governments, EU institutions) for advising, designing and driving solutions in the area of chemical safety and regulatory developments (e.g. REACH), focusing on the actions announced in the 2020 EU Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability.
Reporting to the Director, Product Stewardship and with the support of experts from members companies, you will represent the industry externally (e.g. vis-à-vis authorities industry) and steer technical and scientific strategies and/or programs to address regulatory developments in the area of human health and environmental safety.
Areas of activities include (non-exhaustive): new data requirements under REACH (polymers, low volume substances), endocrine disruptors assessment, criteria and methodologies to address environmental persistence and mobility, approaches to take into account combined effects of chemicals (‘mixture effects’) in chemical risk assessment, alternatives to animal testing, predictive toxicology
The successful candidate will be a highly experienced professional who demonstrates the following experience, competencies, and personal qualities:
Please send your application with full curriculum vitae, quoting the reference TOX-01, before March 4th, 2021 to: Cefic, Jessica Bart-Williams, HR Assistant, Rue Belliard 40, b15, 1040 Brussels.
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