RSA is interested to hear from experienced toxicologists or regulatory affairs specialists in the Agrochemicals, Chemicals or Pharmaceuticals sectors.

If you would like to know more about working with RSA, please send a CV and covering letter to:

Alison McCondichie
Phone: +44 (0) 1475 528825
E-mail: alison.mccondichie@regulatoryscience.com

Regulatory Science Associates
Regulatory Science Ltd , Kip Marina, Inverkip Renfrewshire, PA16 0AS

Current Vacancies

As RSA’s business continues to grow, we are looking to appoint a Scientific Director to join our Leadership Team. This will be a senior appointment, reporting directly to the founding Director, with responsibility for scientific business strategy and leadership, the generation of new business opportunities and delivering quality scientific output to clients.

This role may be suited to an individual with either a strong human health toxicology background, preferably gained in the agrochemical sector (but possibly also within the pharmaceutical/general chemicals/biocides sectors) or an expert in any safety science discipline eg environmental or regulatory, but with broad knowledge of other areas of agrochemical safety science.

If you would like to be considered for this position please send a CV and covering email to Jen.buchanan@regulatoryscience.com

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RSA was founded in 2007 and aims to provide world-class safety science and regulatory solutions to a worldwide client base, mainly in the agrichemical and pharmaceutical industry sectors.

We are currently seeking to recruit experts in agrochemical human exposure science and in dietary and occupational risk assessment to join our existing team of safety scientists who provide support to active ingredient and product registrations in Europe for major agrochemical clients.

The successful candidate(s) will have an undergraduate degree in an appropriate life science and experience of conducting risk assessments and interpreting toxicology and exposure data, ideally with agrochemicals. An ability to engage effectively and work collaboratively with colleagues and clients, mainly through virtual communication, is essential. A postgraduate qualification in toxicology or risk assessment and experience in scientific project management would be desirable, although not essential.

If you would like to be considered for this position, on either a full or part time basis, please send a CV and covering letter to Jen.buchanan@regulatoryscience.com

Opportunities are available for both associates or employees, with options to work from home, either UK or EU based.  Remuneration package will be commensurate with experience.

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