P&G is seeking a PhD in environmental toxicology or closely related disciplines to join the Global Product Stewardship Organization at Procter & Gamble's Brussels Innovation Center, Belgium.
As an Environmental Toxicologist within P&G you will:
Be conducting and interpreting ecotoxicological fate and hazard tests and develop environmental risk assessment of chemicals for aquatic, sediment marine and/or terrestrial compartments based on fate and effects information;
Work in allied fields such as ecology, modeling and environmental statistics;
Apply and influence regional and global regulatory risk assessment approaches, tools and guidelines (e.g. USEPA, EU REACH);
Opportunities for external engagement and influencing regulatory developments can be tailored to reflect the successful candidate's interests and qualifications.
P&G provides career opportunities that will use your environmental expertise to guide technology innovations and deliver against ambitious environmental stewardship and sustainability goals.
What skills are we looking for?
Strong interpersonal and communication skills are required to enable effective collaboration in a global team environment.
Ability to form strong partnership with multiple customers and functions, regionally and globally.
Someone who excels in a dynamic business environment.
Qualifications and Experience:
PhD degree in environmental toxicology or closely related fields (with or without post-doctoral experience).
Leadership experience in an industrial and/or academic setting is desired by, demonstrating environmental toxicology expertise for complex environmental risk assessment of chemicals.
The job requires in-depth knowledge and experience in ecotoxicology for aquatic, sediment marine and/or terrestrial environments. Hands-on experience in conducting and interpreting fate and hazard tests as well as environmental risk assessment of chemicals based on fate and effects information is highly desired. Working knowledge in allied fields such as ecology, modeling and environmental statistics is beneficial.
Working knowledge and experience of regional and global regulatory risk assessment approaches, tools and guidelines (e.g. USEPA, EU REACh) is highly desired.
Please note the apply-by deadline is 01 October 2018.