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Title:  Toxicology Manager - RRP

Job ID:  21728
Country:  Switzerland
City:  Geneva
Professional area:  Scientific Regulatory Affairs
Contract type:  Permanent
Professional level:  Experienced

About JTI

JTI is a leading global tobacco company operating in over 120 countries worldwide. One of the fastest growing international industry players over a ten year period, we market world-renowned cigarette brands such as Winston, Camel, Mevius, LD, Sobranie and Glamour. In addition, we have a fast moving Reduced-Risk Products portfolio that includes E-Lites, Logic and Ploom and consisting of heated tobacco and vaporized devices.

 

Position Purpose

There is a vacancy within the Scientific and Regulatory Affairs Department (SRA) at JTI based in Geneva, Switzerland for a toxicologist with experience in conducting toxicological risk assessments.

We are seeking results-oriented individuals able to combine their toxicological expertise and experience with proven problem solving abilities.

The position involves the use of scientific and professional knowledge to toxicologically evaluate and assess tobacco ingredients, flavor substances, Non-Tobacco Material ingredients and other substances used in the manufacture of JTI Products, to ensure the scientific integrity of JTI products worldwide

 

Responsibilities

  • Ensure that risk assessment procedures used for the assessment of JTI Products, comprising of conventional tobacco products and reduced-risk products, are in line with current practices accepted by the scientific community taking into account practices used in other consumer products industries;
  • Support the design and management of any JTI toxicological study;
  • Provide toxicological support to the SRA REACH program related to JTI Products;
  • Preparing toxicological dossiers on the toxicity of ingredients for JTI Products, to be submitted to worldwide regulatory agencies, particularly as a result of current and future legislation.

 

Qualifications & Experience

  • Degree or PhD in toxicology or other appropriate life science with a minimum of three years risk assessment experience. ERT or DABT certification is a plus.
  • Knowledge or experience with emerging toxicological and risk assessment technologies such as high throughput in vitro testing, systems and computational toxicology, exposure modeling, alternative exposure systems such as air-liquid interface, etc. are a plus
  • Experience with predictive QSAR models for physical/chemical properties and human health toxicological endpoints, such as EPI Suite or the OECD QSAR Toolbox is desirable.

 

Skills, Competencies & Languages

  • Excellent English communication skills (both written and oral), further language skills would be an additional asset.
  • Good organizational skills, with an ability to prioritize work to meet tight deadlines while maintaining high quality standards.
  • Ability to work independently in conjunction/coordination with other company functions and internal/external resources.
  • Good IT/computer literacy.


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