Your Tasks: Our company is a contract research organization providing scientific expertise and regulatory guidance to ensure the safe use and authorisation of plant protection products according to international environmental safety standards. Your task will be the compilation of relevant data from ecotoxicological studies for registration purposes in a database. For this purpose, you will have to screen existing study reports for the required information, quickly assess the relevant content and enter it in the database. This work is done on behalf of one of our major clients and will be done in close cooperation with the customer.
Your Profile: You should preferably hold a degree in a relevant science, chemistry, biology, agriculture or a related field. You are reliable, thorough and well-organized. You are self-motivated and ready to explore new ground. Very good written and spoken English is obligatory, German is an asset. Experience in Microsoft Office programs such as Word / Excel is required.
Our Offer: Starting as soon as possible (within February or 1st of March), we offer a limited term contract for one year as an entry position. During this time you will receive a comprehensive training in the field of regulatory ecotoxicology. The job offered is an opportunity to become acquainted with the field of work and with our company. Based on your performance and motivation, further development within the company (e.g. permanent staff member) will be an option.
Please send your short application and C.V. via e-mail (email@example.com)
until January 23, 2019
On 18th September the tier3 solutions workshop „from the field to the risk assessment“ with more than 40 participants from European regulatory authorities, Industry and CROs took place at the tier3 premises in Leverkusen.
The entire higher tier tool box of field study types was presented, including practical demonstrations, and the adequate design and evaluation of generic studies (Focal species, PT/PD), residue trials and field effects studies was vividly discussed.
Participants exchanged opinions and experiences and looked at the way forward for refined birds and mammals risk assessments and the importance of realistic data from sound field trials.
Emphasized were also useful statistical tools and how to present complex study results in ‚digestible‘ reports ‘ready to use’ in the regulatory process.
We thank all participants for a very interesting and productive day!
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