Senior Global Regulatory Ecotoxicologist - Pollinators

Department:  Research and Development
Date:  Nov 12, 2021

FMC Global Regulatory Sciences is looking for a candidate to work in our Ecotoxicology Team. The successful candidate will possess a demonstrated track record of working on projects relating to the discovery, commercialization, and/or optimization of agrochemicals, with specific expertise in pollinators and associated risk assessment. Working in an interdisciplinary team environment, the successful candidate will have the technical and analytical background necessary to successfully complete ecotoxicological studies needed for global project registrations. 

 

Responsibilities: 
•    Serve as a technical expert on ecology, the interpretation/utility of ecotoxicology data to support global registrations, ecological risk assessment, regulatory ecotoxicology study guidelines, experimental design, GLP and regulatory compliance issues
•    Provide high-level expertise in pollinator data generation and associated risk assessment
•    Perform risk assessments for pollinators in accordance with globally accepted methodology
•    Act as study monitor as required for studies conducted within external laboratories and contract research organizations 
•    Provide mentoring and support to junior ecotoxicology, colleagues on projects and risk assessments
•    Collaborate with colleagues in other technical disciplines on projects and risk assessments
•    Act as project leader within regulatory sciences group as required
•    Understand connections between several scientific disciplines (e.g., residue, metabolism, e-fate, risk assessment, toxicology) to assist FMC to identify and/or make informed decisions about new products, new growth opportunities, or to defend critical uses for existing products
•    Maintain a current awareness of developments in regulatory science through data mining, participation in Industry Task Forces and Working Groups, Trade Associations and/or professional conferences

 

Required Education: 
•    Ph.D in Environmental Toxicology or relevant field of study, or equivalent with 5-8 yrs experience or 
•    Masters degree in Environmental Toxicology or relevant field of study with 8-12 yrs experience, or 
•    Bachelors degree Environmental Toxicology or relevant field of study with 12+ yrs experience in conducting or monitoring ecotoxicology studies conducted under GLP in an industrial or regulatory setting.  

 

Qualifications: 
•    In-depth knowledge and understanding of global pesticide registration guidelines and data requirements
•    Experience designing and conducting ecotoxicology studies to address regulatory requirements in the U.S., EU, and other regulatory agencies globally
o    Specifically experience of lab, tunnel and field studies for pollinators, non-target arthropods and soil organisms, in particular experience of running / overseeing higher tier studies (e.g. OECD 75 and ISO 11268 3)
•    Working knowledge of the principles of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) as applied to regulatory studies 
•    Demonstrated competency with all aspects of report preparation and review, including background research, data evaluation, report writing, and deliverable completion 
•    Advanced understanding of ecology, environmental toxicology, and chemical fate 
•    Experience with business travel-up to 15%, including international travel

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