Toxicology Positions2016-12-07T11:23:04-07:00

Toxicology Positions

Director/Associate Director level Toxicologists – Pharmaceuticals (Remote)

The Leyden Group has been engaged by a rapidly growing pharmaceutical company to hire two experienced toxicologists with pharmaceutical/biotech experience. People with five or more years of project toxicology experience are being sought. The company is seeking one person with development phase/regulatory centered experience. The other person would ideally come from discovery phase/early toxicology experience.

Our client company is focusing on genetic modalities for CNS disease, with a robust clinical and pre-clinical pipeline and is well funded. These positions, reporting to the company’s VP of Non-Clinical Safety, will participate on product development teams, plan and oversee pre-clinical safety assessment programs, interact with CRO’s on study design and interpretation etc.

The position is being offered as a remote assignment, as part of the hiring manager’s effort to attract the best talent to his department.

Search assignment #1377

Toxicologist – Chemicals

This position will work with a market leading specialty chemical company located in the Northeast U.S., reporting to the company’s Manager of Toxicology/Risk Assessment. This non-laboratory position will be responsible for product risk assessment and the oversight of toxicology testing associated with global product clearances.

The company’s products are largely used in food packaging applications, thus this person’s work will be driven by complex and emerging regulations to ensure consumer safety. This scientist will be an important part of a regulatory affairs team.

Our client is seeking a PhD in Toxicology or a related discipline. Two years of relevant product safety/risk assessment experience is desired, but an entry level toxicologist will be considered, especially if their training was centered on risk assessment and/or applied toxicology.

Search assignment #1382

Associate Director/Principal Scientist, Toxicology – Pharmaceuticals

The Leyden Group has been engaged by a Seattle based pharmaceutical company to identify an experienced toxicologist. A graduate degree in Toxicology or a related discipline is required. The preference is to hire a person with previous experience in development phase safety assessment, with good knowledge of global regulatory requirements. The job is available at either the Principal Scientist level (4+ years), or as an Associate Director, for someone with closer to ten years of experience.

Primary duties will include acting as the pre-clinical representative on drug development project teams, managing external GLP testing and result interpretation and authoring regulatory documents. This position reports to a long experienced and respected Director of Toxicology.

Search assignment #1372

Risk Assessment/Toxicology Expert – Consulting

The Leyden Group is working with a longtime client/colleague who is building a best of class consulting firm in the toxicology and health risk assessment disciplines. The firm provides expert services, primarily to the private sector. Their work is often highly complex and important in matters of product defense, exposure assessment, litigation support and related matters.

The company wishes to hire a few graduate degreed people with risk assessment and applied toxicology experience, ideally in the consulting world. The company offers a very unique and committed training environment and opportunities/compensation that are uncommon in the consulting environment.

The company’s office is situated in a beautiful location in the Rocky Mountain states, where it is desired that this person be located.

Search assignment #1375

Toxicology Leader – CMC/EHS Function

A large and global pharmaceutical company is seeking candidates for a leadership job in applied toxicology. The person hired for this role will lead and expand the company’s reach in respect to product risk characterization, assessment of contaminants, leachables and impurities and develop standards for occupational and environmental exposures. He/She will regularly interact with regulatory authorities globally and assure that the company is compliant in respect to relevant regulations. The person hired for this role will initially supervise one fellow toxicologist.

Requirements include a graduate degree in Toxicology or a related public health science and ten or more years of experience in pharmaceutical occupational/environmental toxicology and related manufacturing safety standards. An ability to collaborate with colleagues in many disciplines is essential to this person’s success.

Reporting to the Senior Director of Drug Safety, the position will work from an office near Boston, with some flexibility for an alternate location, as needed.

Search Assignment #1358

Product Safety Scientist – Consumer Products

Our client company is a rapidly growing and privately owned consumer goods company with interests in personal care, home care and the nutritional/supplement markets. The company has recently hired a VP for regulatory and product safety matters. One of her first priorities in building a group is to hire an experienced toxicologist/product safety professional.

The VP would like to hire a person with a PhD in Toxicology, or a related science, and at least a few years of experience in product safety and/or ingredient risk assessment. Experience in the consumer goods, chemical, food or related industries is desired.

The initial responsibilities will include safety assessment of finished products and ingredients, to include preparation of the necessary dossiers for global regulatory authorities, internal and external collaboration on product safety matters and assuring compliance with global inventory regulations (REACH, TSCA etc.).

Since the function is new within the company, the VP to whom this job reports will seek a person with good organizational skills to help envision the future of the department, to include an expanded product safety function.

Uniquely, the company is located in the Rocky Mountain states, adjacent to some of the West’s outdoor recreational assets, with a slower pace of life than the places where many consumer companies are located. At this time the hiring manager is seeking a person willing to relocate, with some possibility the position will be filled remotely, with periodic travel to headquarters.

Search assignment #1351

Toxicology Scientist – Pharmaceuticals

A large and global pharmaceutical company based in California has engaged The Leyden Group to identify an early career toxicologist. The person hired for this role will work in the company’s development phase, regulatory toxicology group, reporting to an Associate Director of Toxicology.

Typical responsibilities will include serving on drug development project teams, acting as a Study Monitor on externally conducted research, preparing summaries and dossiers for FDA and other regulatory approvals and acting as a toxicology subject matter expert within their area of training.

The company is seeking a PhD in Toxicology or a related discipline. Experience could include postdoctoral or traditional tenure (less than five years) in a pharmaceutical company, or a few years of experience in a contract research laboratory where GLP studies are conducted. Previous experience could be in discovery or development phase toxicology. In addition to the technical skillset, the person must be highly collaborative and have strong interpersonal skills.

Search assignment #1347

Senior Toxicologic Pathologist – Pharmaceuticals

A highly successful, mid-sized, pharmaceutical company has engaged The Leyden Group to identify an experienced, ACVP Boarded Pathologist with broad drug safety/drug development skills. At least five years of such experience is needed. The company’s pipeline includes small molecules, biologics and gene therapy based compounds, thus broad exposure to various pharmaceutical modalities is desired.

The person hired for this role will act as the sole Pathologist in an existing Toxicology/Pharmacology Department. He/She will have responsibilities ranging from typical anatomic and clinical evaluation of tissues on GLP and non-GLP studies, peer review of collaborations/externally conducted studies through making important contributions to drug safety strategy from the pathology perspective.  The person hired for this role will participate as an active member of Pre-Clinical discovery and development project teams.

The position, reporting to the company’s Head of Pharmaceutical Sciences (within a Translational Medicine Department), can work remotely, or from the company’s research headquarters in Northern California.

Search assignment #1360

Discovery Toxicologist – Pharmaceuticals

The Leyden Group is partnering with a large, San Diego based drug company seeking to expand their discovery/investigative phase toxicology program. The position will report to the Director of Discovery Toxicology at the site.

A graduate degree and two or more years of pharmaceutical discovery toxicology (or closely related) experience is desired. A more experienced person (5+ years) could be hired at a higher grade level as well.

This non-laboratory position will act as a project team representative/advisor for the selection and interpretation of early phase in-silico, in-vitro and in-vivo studies for early drug candidate risk assessment. The company works across many disease targets and modalities.

The company offers career growth opportunities in both discovery and/or regulatory toxicology realms and provides a strong compensation, benefit and equity compensation.

Search assignment #1363

Regulatory Toxicologist – AgroChemicals

Our client (based in Connecticut) is a small and emerging company which is developing specialty chemicals for agricultural uses. The leadership team and Science Advisory Board is composed of several people with a long track record in the industry.

As part of their growth, the company seeks its first toxicologist, the person who will manage safety assessment of R&D compounds in the company’s discovery and development pipeline. The person will report to the company’s VP of Operations.

They seek a PhD toxicologist with three or more years of relevant experience. While agrochemical experience is desired, scientists with other experiences will be considered. Specific experience in safety assessment study design and CRO monitoring is important.

Knowledge in the use of in-silico and computational tools for predictive safety screening is desired. Experience with regulatory requirements for human and environmental toxicology  is preferred.

The person hired for this role will manage toxicology testing and assessment programs and collaborate with his/her colleagues in the product development and regulatory approval process. The person will also develop the use of various QSAR and in-silico tools as part of the safety assessment effort.

Search assignment #1258

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