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Graduate Job Product Risk Assessment Specialist

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Networx Recruitment
Reference: WRXPR3035
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Our client is part of a Global Fortune 500 company listed on the NASDAQ Euronext and FTSE4 Good Index with a turnover of €13.7B in 2006.


They have a vibrant, multicultural work environment with over 60,000 staff operating in 80 countries and are the world’s largest coatings manufacturer.


As part of our client’s product regulatory affairs group you will
carry out human and environmental risk assessments for products suitable for use in dossiers to be submitted into regulatory authorities throughout the world and to develop scientific argumentation in support of these assessments.



You will deal with suppliers to
obtain information and data necessary for risk assessments and use computer tools such as exposure models to assess exposure of chemicals in products to users and the environment. Writing scientific justifications and explanations to justify product use as safe, you will assemble information in the format required for submission into regulatory authorities and communicate your findings internally and externally (both written and presentational).



Candidates for this role should hold a degree or equivalent in Life Science / Environmental Science and have some background in chemistry (minimum of A level or equivalent). Previous experience within a similar role is not essential but an interest in solving problems in a desk based environment is important.



You should be able to apply
scientific concepts to different situations using your strong written and verbal communication skills and have the ability to understand and use computer models simulating exposure to substances used in products. You must be proficient in the use of all Microsoft office programmes including Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint.

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