Toxicologist (new graduate)

About this role and specific duties

We are seeking to recruit a junior scientist to join our growing and busy Surrey-based team. We have a long and successful history in hiring graduates (with scientific background and passion for toxicology) and the training will immediately be focussed on the ‘bibra standard’, which is synonymous with our excellent reputation. In light of this, the following list of generic tasks may not be indicative of immediate work, but provide a flavour of the eventual key roles.

  • Drafting reports and reviews (chemical hazard and risk assessments) and ultimately peer‑reviewing the work of colleagues
  • Supporting our clients with product registrations, toxicological evaluations and risk assessments
  • Working together with our team to provide technical expertise in interpreting toxicological and human health data by making sound judgements on the critical endpoints of relevance
  • Helping update and maintain our in-house chemical toxicity database, TRACE, and assisting in the production of ‘Toxicology and Regulatory News’ (TRN), the monthly bibra current awareness bulletin which has been published for over 50 years
  • Attending relevant scientific conferences and client meetings, whilst representing bibra in a manner befitting its proud history

Candidate “must-haves”

  • A strong interest in human health chemical hazard and risk assessment
  • Excellent writing and communication skill, with meticulous attention to detail and a passion for producing high quality work
  • At least a degree level qualification (2:1 minimum) in chemistry, biology, environmental sciences, or a related field
  • Dedication and be a strong team player, with a logical and independent mind, and a pro-active attitude
  • Ability to multitask and display flexibility
  • Motivation to develop expertise and learn from colleagues, as well as the wider community

What we offer

  • Competitive salary with career development
  • Generous annual bonus (dependent on company and personal performance)
  • 37.5 hour/week, and flexible working hours
  • 25 days annual leave (with additional long-service days)
  • Friendly office environment
  • Pension (5% employee matched by ~11% employer contribution)
  • Commitment to education, training and continuing professional development (internal seminars and external conferences etc)

 

To apply, send your CV and a covering letter to [email protected] and mark it FAO Ashleigh Ace.

 

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