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UK Positions

Junior Toxicologist

Job Title: Junior Toxicologist

Reporting to: Manager; EMEA

Department/Location: EMEA. Delphic HSE Offices UK: Camberley

Main Purpose

  • Building toxicological knowledge & experience by supporting toxicology team and completing safety assessments & toxicological reports
  • Building toxicological knowledge & experience by supporting toxicology team and completing safety assessments & toxicological reports
  • Developing business understanding and insight
  • Administering high levels of communication and personal skills.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Deliver work, on time and to the high standards without compromising on Delphic HSE approach to regulatory compliance
  • Deliver work, on time and to the high standards without compromising on Delphic HSE approach to regulatory compliance
  • Coordinate directly (and pro-actively) with the client in reaction to projects, questions, concerns, data or confusion related to work that has been booked/assigned
  • Diligently and routinely manage all work to ensure work is completed on time and does not become overdue
  • Liaising with customers, suppliers and with internal teams to ensure all required data are available to enable regulatory affairs services to be completed
  • Ensure Delphic HSE standards & SOPs are being followed
  • Ensure that Delphic HSE central database (TRACC) is maintained effectively and used appropriately to ensure a smooth operation for all staff
  • Actively maintain high levels of client retention and recurring revenue (existing clients) through good service and communication
  • Gaining experience in assessments of different products & regulations
  • Liaising with customers and with internal teams to ensure all required data are available to enable toxicological risk assessments to be completed
  • Support the toxicology team in all project activities
  • Collating and verifying the data set required to support toxicological risk assessment for customers
  • Raw material entry
  • Technical data entry.
Toxicologist

Job Title: Toxicologist

Reporting to: EU Manager

Department/Location: EMEA. Delphic HSE Offices UK: Farnborough/Camberley

Main Purpose

  • Utilising toxicological knowledge & experience by supporting toxicology team and completing safety assessments & toxicological reports
  • Utilising toxicological knowledge & experience by supporting toxicology team and completing safety assessments & toxicological reports
  • Developing business understanding and insight
  • Administering high levels of communication and personal skills.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Preparation of Toxicological Risk Assessments, CPSRs and bespoke risk assessments for various consumer chemical products against relevant regulations as required to a high standard
  • Deliver work, on time and to the high standards without compromising on Delphic HSE approach to regulatory compliance
  • Coordinate directly (and pro-actively) with the client in reaction to projects, questions, concerns, data or confusion related to work that has been booked/assigned
  • Diligently and routinely manage all work to ensure work is completed on time and does not become overdue
  • Liaising with customers, suppliers and with internal teams to ensure all required data are available to enable regulatory affairs services to be completed
  • Ensure Delphic HSE standards & SOPs are being followed
  • Ensure that Delphic HSE central database (TRACC) is maintained effectively and used appropriately to ensure a smooth operation for all staff
  • Actively maintain high levels of client retention and recurring revenue (existing clients) through good service and communication
  • Gaining experience in assessments of different products & regulations
  • Assisting with the training of Junior Toxicologists as required
  • Liaising with customers and with internal teams to ensure all required data are available to enable toxicological risk assessments to be completed
  • Raw material entry & review
  • Technical data entry
  • Completing CPD as required.

Any other comments

To be educated to MSc level in Toxicology and be eligible for ERT (or equivalent) within 3 years.
Roughly 3 years experience.

Activities may change as needed to support the needs of the company. Training will be planned & reviewed on an annual basis & courses will be provided. The Staff Member will be expected to apply themselves fully to the courses in-order to ensure they develop as required by the company. The company will invest in training for the Staff Member & give them all the tools available to assist in their learning. Some out of office hours learning and practice may be required.

Project Coordinator

Job Title: Project Coordinator

Reporting to:  Senior Project Coordinator

Department/Location: Corporate Services

Main Purpose

A Project Coordination role responsible for the scheduling and monitoring of projects, allocating workloads, progressing projects by regular liaison with the team and customers. You will be also be supporting the team with general management including administration. This role involves some account management with both clients and internal teams, you will need an exceptional eye for detail along with strong Excel and IT skills for some data entry work.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Management of project ‘tools’ including resource, systems, database, figures and targets.
  • Processing of work requests from initial enquiry stage through to completion.
  • Ensuring work requests are administered efficiently throughout their lifetime, handling changes to accounts and liaising with colleagues and suppliers to ensure a first-class customer service through to completion.
  • Regular communication with key account contacts to build relationships and improve processing times.
  • Receiving confirmed DO numbers and subsequently scheduling the delivery of the work in line with dedicated process and capacities
  • General data entry
  • Liaising with suppliers, consultants, customers, laboratories, and any other linked parties.
  • Central point of liaison for all global team (including HK, UK and EU)
  • Management of Online Project Tracker to ensure the data remains accurate and ‘real-time’
  • Attend client meetings and calls with management and technical teams
  • Preparation of minutes and organising key actions following client meetings
  • Interpreting information received and checking it against the required information checklist
  • Pro-actively following up enquiries to improve processing times
  • Pro-actively chasing missing data to ensure deadlines are met
  • Helping to prepare project reports in line with commercial, operational and financial targets
  • Monitoring of work progress to identify any operational choke-points, risks and opportunities to re-organise where required
  • Liaising with the Global Finance Manager to process invoices for work completed
  • To ensure department key performance indicators are met.

 

    Any other comments

    Activities may change as needed to support the needs of the company.  Training will be planned & reviewed on an annual basis & courses will be provided.  The Staff Member will be expected to apply themselves fully to the courses in-order to ensure they develop as required by the company.  The company will invest in training for the Staff Member & give them all the tools available to assist in their learning.  Some out of office hours learning and practice may be required.

    Hong Kong Positions

    Trainee Toxicologist

    Job Title: Trainee Toxicologist

    Reporting to:  Senior Toxicologist / Office Manager

    Department/Location: Toxicology Department – Delphic HSE Offices, UK, HK or NL

    Salary: dependent on experience.

    Main Purpose

    • To support the senior toxicologists with the preparation and completion of product safety assessments.
    • Training to achieve professional qualifications and be able to complete assessments independently.

    Duties & Responsibilities

    • Technical Data Entry
    • Toxicological profiling of raw materials
    • Completing consumer product safety assessments to be checked by a Senior Toxicologist.
    • Carry out bespoke research and reports to help support the Senior Toxicologists.
    • Managing allocated workload to ensure tasks are completed on time and to a suitable quality.
    • Liaising with customers and other members of the team in order to ensure tasks are completed.
    • Customer service by phone, email or in-person visits
    • Achieve membership(s) of appropriate professional body at a level in keeping with tasks undertaken, including CPD as required

    Any other comments

    Activities may change as needed to support the needs of the company.  Training will be planned & reviewed on an annual basis & courses will be provided. The Staff Member will be expected to apply themselves fully to the courses in-order to ensure they develop as required by the company. The company will invest in training for the Staff Member & give them all the tools available to assist in their learning. Some out of office hours learning and practice may be required.

    Principal Toxicologist

    Job Title: Principal Toxicologist

    Reporting to: Office Manager

    Department/Location: Hong Kong

    Salary: dependent on experience. 

    Job Overview

    As a Principal Toxicologist you will work with consumer related products and in particular product safety assessments. This role will be a service level client facing role where you will be required to carry out various assessments on consumer products including cosmetic mixtures.  You will be responsible for mentoring and supporting more junior toxicologists and ensuring the high standard of work output from the office.

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Completion of toxicological reports and compliance services for a range of products in-line with current regulation.
    • Develop and maintain relationships with regulatory agency contacts, and other appropriate individuals or organisations.
    • Review of various registers, newsletters, standards, interpretations, in order to find and renew reference materials.
    • Implementing updates directly into Delphic HSE Database or, for larger updates, provide instructions for and management of the update.
    • Resolve regulatory-related issues as reported by clients/staff, including the creation and maintenance of documentation that clearly describes the interpretation and understanding.
    • Leading or supporting company communication activities; including website updates, newsletters, service offer updates, etc.
    • Be the lead technical contact within the office, supporting and advising junior staff as and when possible.
    • Monitoring the standards of the work output by completing regular monthly QC’s of office output.
    • Liaising with management of staff and training requirements based on QC outcomes or work opportunities

    Successful Candidate will:-

    • Be educated to degree level within Toxicology.
    • Have around 10 years of previous experience
    • Understand consumer product safety and compliance regulations
    • Be able to manage large complex and multiple projects
    Accreditations

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