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Personal Care Regulatory – Science Graduate

Location: Home based, limited travel to office or for training purposes only

Job Salary: Competitive
Job Type:  Part time -Full time job (25-37 h per week)

Salary negotiable (21-25K pro rota)

Are you interested to work in regulatory toxicology company? Are you passionate about safety of cosmetic products? DO you like to analyse documents and enjoy scientific administration work? DO you want a job with different variety?

We are a regulatory company in cosmetic science, which are looking for a talented science graduate to join our team. We are in a great time of expanding our business and you would be part of growing company.

This role would ideally suit someone with a degree or masters in Toxicology or related subject (chemistry or Biology), who is looking to join a smaller close-knit company and progress upwards. We are looking for someone who is keen to learn, manages their workload effectively and can work in sometimes busy and high-pressure environments.

Job Duties:
Job responsibilities include supporting the senior toxicologists with the workload including safety assessments, data entry, toxicological assessments of raw products and materials, in house research and writing reports, as well as liaising with customers over the phone or by email, as well as in person.

Meanwhile the person would be responsible to provide training for customer (presentation), and able to communicate science in simple wordings to clients with non-scientific background and contribute to social media content writing.

The person should be able to manage time efficiently.

Job Requirements:

  • A BSc or MSc in Toxicology, or related subject
  • Experience in industry in a placement year or knowledge in REACH and regulatory toxicology otherwise are a bonus
  • An interest in toxicology and cosmetic science is a must
  • Computer literate
  • Customer service experience would be a great transferrable skill also

If you are interested, please send your CV to:



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