Senior Regulatory Toxicologist

Corteva, Inc. Indianapolis , IN 46218

Posted 4 weeks ago

Description

At Corteva Agriscience, we grow what matters by putting consumers and customers at the heart of everything we do. We recognize that safe and sustainable food is a priority of our consumers, and we're here to ensure those goals are met. As a Regulatory Toxicologist at Corteva, you will be part of a growing, multidisciplinary team that is responsible for development, registration or re-registration of new and existing crop protection products.

Responsibilities:

How will you help us grow? It matters to us, and it matters to you.

As a member of our Regulatory Toxicology & Risk (RTR) group, you will have responsibility for design and interpretation of toxicology studies for active substances and end-use products in support of regulatory submissions across various geographies. Numerous opportunities exist for scientific growth within this role including working on cross-active ingredient projects, innovative/alternative toxicity testing approaches and communicating data to a wide variety of audiences.

In this role, you'll also act as a close liaison with registration colleagues and technical experts across a wide range of disciplines within the company, industry associations and national or international regulatory authorities.

It is an exciting time to join this team as we are expanding and growing.

Qualifications

Requirements:

What expertise have you grown? What do you bring to the table?

  • A minimum of a PhD in toxicology or related field of study.

  • Strong scientific background and critical thinking skills coupled with application of scientific principles and exposure data/metrics for use in regulatory sciences and risk assessment.

  • Demonstrated teamwork and leadership abilities to manage and coordinate multiple projects and chemistries.

  • Ability to apply knowledge and experience to creatively address complex risk assessment challenges in a timely and effective manner.

  • Strong written and oral communication skills that allow dissemination of complex technical issues in a clear, concise manner to a variety of scientific and non-scientific audiences.

  • Keen interest in working in a dynamic, exciting industry and applying scientific information for protection of human health.

Preferences:

  • Two or more years of industry toxicology experience.

  • Regulatory toxicology experience, specifically in the agriculture industry sector.

  • Experience with regulatory application of QSAR or other in silico models

Community:

We care about you and we care that you're comfortable. While there's no place like home, Corteva comes close.

Our Campus:

Our Indianapolis, Indiana campus is home to more than 1,000 employees whose mission is simple - to feed the world. While our employees are busy working to solve world hunger and ensure environmental sustainability, we're taking care of them by offering convenience and comfort during the workday with an onsite fitness center, coffee shop, credit union and top-notch cafeteria touting a grill, wok, deli, fresh salad bar, and a variety of ethnic and healthy menu options. Need some fresh air during your work day? Take advantage of our beautiful tree-lined walking trails or relax by the pond. We also offer countless opportunities to connect with your colleagues through community volunteerism, sports teams and parties, and festive holiday events. Join a volleyball or ping pong league or take part in supporting the Indianapolis Colts during Blue Fridays! Did we mention you'll be working in state-of-the art buildings with the latest technology and colleagues from all over the world? Join us in bringing food into homes around the world, while we make you feel at home while you're at work.

Our Community:

If you're looking to move to a big city with a small-town feel then Indianapolis, Indiana is the place for you. This dynamic, multifaceted city has a robust sports scene, urban nightlife, and top-tier entertainment. Indianapolis is quickly making its name as one of the best sustainable food and agriculture scenes in the country. Located in the heart of the Midwest, Indianapolis is a welcoming city ripe with culture and a thriving economy.

Indianapolis is Indiana's capital with more than two million residents in the greater metropolitan area. It's the economic and cultural center of Indiana and offers something for everyone. There's plenty to do, see, learn and experience in Indianapolis.

Benefits:

Let's peek at how you can grow your wellbeing, health, and future at Corteva!

  • Strike a better work-life balance with robust time off benefits including paid maternity, paternal and family illness leave.

  • Prepare for your future with our competitive retirement savings plan, tuition reimbursement program, and more.

  • Enjoy access to health benefits for you and your family on your first day of employment.

  • 401k 100% Company Matched.

  • And much, much more!

Ready to grow your perspectives, impact and career? Start by applying to this opportunity today!

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