Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
|Job title||Regulatory Testing Analyst|
|Location||Washington, DC, or remote|
|Salary range||Depends on education and experience|
The Physicians Committee is seeking a regulatory testing analyst to implement human-relevant test methods and replace and reduce the use of animals in domestic and international chemical and pharmaceutical testing policies and guidelines. The candidate will work with the Physicians Committee staff and external collaborators to promote the funding and acceptance of nonanimal test methods by training and engaging toxicologists, devising strategies to make favorable changes to policies and regulations, writing peer-reviewed papers as well as blogs, public comments, and web copy, meeting with government, NGO, and industry stakeholders, organizing topical workshops, and facilitating collaborative research projects. The ideal candidate for this position will have a degree in toxicology, pharmacology, environmental health, risk assessment, industrial hygiene, chemistry, or a related field, at least two years of experience related to toxicological assessment or regulations, and familiarity with in vitro and in silico test methods and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and national test guidelines and regulatory requirements. This is a full-time position, ideally located at the Physicians Committee’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. with the possibility of a remote working arrangement.