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Job Title: Technical Expert 3 – Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology
Location: Greensboro, NC, South United States, USA
Industry Sector: Agribusiness
Industry Type: Plant & Soil Sciences, Seed & Biotechnology
Career Type: Researcher/Research & Development
Job Type: Full Time
Minimum Years Experience Required: N/A
At Syngenta, we believe every employee has a role to play in safely feeding the world and taking care of our planet. To support that challenge, the Crop Protection Human Safety Team is currently seeking a Technical Expert in Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology located in Greensboro, North Carolina.
About this Role:
Syngenta’s Crop Protection Product Safety group is committed to applying world-class science and winning innovation to offer farmers safe, cost-effective solutions that address the demands of a rapidly changing world. We are looking for a toxicologist to join our Human Safety Team with experience in developmental or reproductive toxicology DART. Responsibilities include contributing to the toxicology teams in their area of expertise to design and manage studies in compliance with regulatory guidelines and GLP requirements and providing interpreted data and advice to projects globally.
Manage all phases of developmental and reproductive toxicity studies including study specification, conduct, problem solving, reporting and interpretation to provide information for regulatory use or to aid research, development, and business decisions. Manage discrete projects in toxicology relating to Syngenta products including data generation, reviews of existing data, assessment of risk assessment endpoints and classification requirements, literature reviews and providing technical recommendations to project teams. Provide technical expertise in toxicology to support Crop Protection chemical research, product development, and maintenance of current registrations Contributes to, and frequently has the sole responsibility for individual projects, so that they are properly specified, reviewed, and delivered on time and meet stakeholders needs. Manages developmental and reproductive toxicity studies through third parties to deliver results along with an interpretation of the significance and consequences of those results, by liaising directly with staff in Toxicology, part of the overall Human Safety Team e.g., subject matter experts and committees as well as other functions such as Global and Regional Registrations and business teams. Gives presentations to internal stakeholders and sometimes external stakeholders, to enable development and business decisions, and regulatory submissions to be made. Influences the development of technical and techno-regulatory strategies and project work plans via involvement in multi-disciplinary project meetings. Seeks out latest developments in developmental and reproductive toxicology and in consultation with other subject matter experts assesses their potential use at the regulatory and/or research interface.
A Ph.D. in toxicology, biological sciences, or related field Applicants with BS or MS degrees and commensurate experience will be considered. Work level will be adjusted based on education and experience.
Experience in designing and managing toxicology studies, specifically developmental and reproductive toxicology studies conducted to regulatory guidelines i.e., OECD at CRO’s or experience of studying developmental biology and chemical perturbations in a research environment. Strong theoretical and practical knowledge of experimental design, data analysis, and interpretation Experience in making interpretations of complex datasets, individual studies and/or across a toxicological database. Experience or strong understanding of the purpose and conduct of toxicology studies in the context of risk assessment, including key study endpoints
What We Offer:
A culture that celebrates diversity & inclusion, promotes professional development, and strives for a work-life balance that supports the team members. offers flexible work options to support your work and personal needs Full Benefit Package Medical, Dental & Vision that starts your first day 401k plan with company match, Profit Sharing & Retirement Savings Contribution Paid Vacation, 12 Paid Holidays, Maternity and Paternity Leave, Education Assistance, Wellness Programs, Corporate Discounts, among other benefits
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