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On behalf of our client, a world-leading R&D company with state-of-the art facilities, we are looking to recruit an experienced Project Lead to work across regulatory toxicology and safety assessment, supporting active ingredients through the EU registration life cycle with expert technical advice cross-functionally during the research and development process.
This role would suit a person with a broad toxicological background, who already understands the EU regulatory registration/submission process.
Work-from-home policy is flexible on home/site ratio, dependent upon experience levels.
- Managing multiple, discrete projects in toxicology relating to the registration and ongoing support of products, leading and contributing to projects so that they are properly specified, reviewed and delivered on time and meet stakeholders needs.
- Using both existing regulatory and novel strategies to assess potential toxicity of new and existing active ingredients (AI).
- Communicating effectively with internal and external stakeholders, advocating technical positions effectively with regulatory agencies, managing direct relationships with EU regulators.
- Providing technical expertise and written contribution to support the registration of AI and formulated products.
- Providing toxicological advice to multi-disciplinary teams responsible for the re-registration of products in Europe (as part of EAME region).
- Supporting the maintenance of existing AI and product registrations by demonstrating they meet both product Safety and external regulatory requirements.
- Leading the delivery of critical regulatory documents to support registrations, to time and quality.
- Preparing responses and supplementary information as required, to support regulatory submissions and responses to regulatory questions.
- Representing the company and giving presentations at internal and external events to enable development and business decisions and regulatory submissions to be made.
- Influencing the development of techno-regulatory strategies and project work plans, contributing to toxicological and regulatory science foresight on emerging issues.
- Educated to degree level in a biological science or chemistry
- Higher degree qualification (MSc or PhD) preferred but not essential
- Demonstrable ability to lead complex projects and deliver technical leadership
- Experience of EU regulatory registration process for pesticides or related areas desirable but not essential
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to quickly develop robust networks and key relationships
- The ability to quickly learn and apply new skills.
Agenda and its clients only recruit people who are passionate about animal care and welfare, people with integrity who are honest and trustworthy and who have a great work ethic. To enable us to hire the very best people, we will conduct a comprehensive background and pre-employment screening, an essential part of Agenda’s recruitment process.