RSD TECHNOLOGY LIMITED

Vacancy Bulletin
 
VACANCY TITLE ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE ASSESSOR (AGRICULTURE)
 
REFNO 15752
 
DESCRIPTION

Please ensure your CV reflects this description.


RSD are currently recruiting for an Environmental Exposure Assessor (f/m) to work within the Research & Development (R&D) department of one of their clients located in Milton Park, United Kingdom. You will be a part of our Environmental Exposure Assessment team which is responsible for supporting our clients products globally with respect to environmental fate field studies, degradation kinetics, model simulations, dossier preparation and rebuttals. Main responsibilities: Primarily support a global portfolio of products in the area of environmental fate exposure assessment, by working on projects in- house and by overseeing contracts to external laboratories where necessary. Work within global project teams and be expected to travel globally (5% of the time) to support the regulatory process. Play a role in industry work groups and initiate their own research into an aspect of the environmental fate of pesticides. Profile requirements: Master or PhD in Agricultural Sciences, Chemistry, Biochemistry or a similar science degree. Working experience in the area of pesticide fate High professional proficiency in English, other languages are an asset. In-depth knowledge of the regulatory requirements in at least one of the global markets, particularly in the US or EU. In-depth knowledge of kinetics and higher-tier assessments would be most appreciated.

LOCATION OXFORDSHIRE
 
DURATION PERMANENT
 

Anyone whose CV reflects the experience outlined in the above vacancy

and is available should contact this office as soon as possible quoting the above reference number.

 

Any queries? Call RSD on 01792 585859 or 01270 215910

or email:- recruitment@rsd.uk.com

For more vacancies see www.rsd.uk.com

 


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