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Corteva AgriscienceTM,Agricultural division of DowDuPontTM is seeking a researchtoxicologist within the General Toxicology group at Haskell Global Center (HGC)for Health Sciences in Newark, Delaware. The successful candidate will provide proactive state-of-the-arttechnical leadership and direction for toxicology studies conducted internallyor at contract research organizations to help ensure the safety of CortevaAgriscience products. The incumbent willprovide expert toxicology and regulatory advice to business representatives.
The successful candidate will beinnovative, independent, have good analytical skills, judgement, ethics andinterpersonal skills, and the ability to network and work effectively within amatrixed environment.
Serve as a Study Director for in vivo mammalian toxicology studies ina Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) environment.
Evaluate Contract Research Organizations (CROs)and monitor external studies globally.
Guide staff to ensure that technical proceduresused for testing/research within the group are current and valid.
Develop, implement and/or deliver results fromemerging alternative toxicology testing strategies within mammalian toxicology.
Implement appropriate methodologies to addressspecific discovery and developmental challenges of new chemical entities andtheir metabolites.
Interface and interact with business colleaguesto address issues in specific areas of expertise.
Communicate and place into context study findingsto business, scientific and regulatory audiences through oral presentations,written reports and manuscripts.
Contribute to ensuring compliance with globalregulatory requirements such as REACH and GHS.
Represent the corporation and HGC on internaland external technical/scientific committees or task forces.
Supervise and mentor technical staff scientistsas appropriate to facilitate competency development.
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