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Environmental Fate Risk Assessment Expert (PPP), Home Working

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Location:

Home Working, Spain 

Job Category:

Agriculture

Salary:

€40,000.00 - €50,000.00

EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Reference:

BT.388110.1_1709053273

Job Views:

68

Posted:

27.02.2024

Expiry Date:

12.04.2024
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Job Description:

Environmental Fate Risk Assessment Expert (PPP)

Seeking a passionate and experienced environmental scientist to join our clients dynamic international team!

A renowned leader in the global agricultural industry, we are passionate about driving sustainable food production through cutting-edge solutions. As we embark on an accelerated expansion in Europe, we seek a driven Environmental Fate Risk Assessment Expert to join our growing team.

This is a ground breaking opportunity to be part of a pioneering force in the European agricultural landscape. We are laying the groundwork for exponential growth and envision building a full team of Regulatory Project Managers and Scientists who share your dedication to excellence.

We bring a powerful combination of experience and innovation to the table. With over 6,000 global registrations and an additional 2,500 in progress, we boast a diverse product portfolio and a robust pipeline poised for continued growth. At our core lies a commitment to developing sustainable solutions that address the evolving needs of the agricultural industry. We foster a positive and collaborative work environment, where you can grow alongside like-minded individuals who share your passion for making a difference.

Become the Environmental Fate Risk Assessment Expert who will help us navigate the European market and contribute to our long-term success in shaping the future of sustainable food production.

Your Responsibilities:

* Provide expert scientific and senior advice on the environmental fate and risk assessment of active substances and plant protection products.
* Prepare draft registration reports (sections B8 and B10) specifically focused on environmental fate risk assessment, adhering to relevant regulations, guidelines, and requirements.
* Conduct data gap analyses, perform preliminary environmental fate risk assessments, and strategically advise on study setup, data generation, and necessary research for active substances and plant protection products.
* Participate actively in the development and coordination of registration documentation for plant protection products, and contribute to the overall registration process.
* Evaluate authority requests and comments, leveraging your knowledge and research expertise.
* Analyse laboratory and field studies focused on substance behaviour, including derivation of half-lives from kinetic degradation studies.
* Provide mentorship and guidance to junior team members.
* Manage projects effectively.

Qualifications:

* Advanced degree in environmental engineering, biology, or a related field.
* Minimum 3-5 years of experience in environmental fate risk assessment within the regulatory context of active substances and plant protection products.
* A strong track record of contributing to environmental fate or field monitoring studies.
* Excellent written and spoken English; fluency in additional languages is a plus.
* Self-motivated individual with a proactive approach.
* Demonstrated leadership potential, combined with strong communication and teamwork skills.
* Ability to manage complex tasks and prioritise effectively.

Work Location:

* This position offers the flexibility of working from our office in Spain or remotely (Poland office opening soon).
* The client are open to assessing candidates in other EU Countries but please note this will be Self-Employed/Freelance/Consultant, or through an external payroll provider.

I am one of the leading Regulatory Affairs recruiters in France and Switzerland within the Chemicals and associated sectors with a strong track record of placing candidates with some of the most reputable names in the industry. If you don't feel that this opportunity is quite right for you, why not contact me to find what other positions we currently have available.
Company Info
NonStop Consulting
25 Canada Square, Canary Wharf
London, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 0207 234 0550
Web Site: www.nonstopconsulting.com
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