Biological Assessment Dossier (BAD) Scientist for Agrochemicals - UK or Europe - home based
We are actively seeking an experienced Biological Assessment Dossier (BAD) Scientist to work as part of a well-established, successful and growing European R&D team within a well-established crop protection manufacturing business.
The main duties:
- The preparation of Biological Assessment Dossiers in support of product (re-) registration submission in accordance with EU Directive 91/414/EEC and EU Regulation 1107-2009-EC.
- To manage and prepare BADs to support European and Global registration timetables.
- To answer questions from the Regulators as required.
- To assist in the planning and execution of efficacy and other trials in UK, Europe and Globally.
- To set standards for report and data formats ensuring they comply with EPPO guidelines.
- To assess scientific and biological data for agrochemical products in lots of different countries.
- To identify and interpret changes to the efficacy regulations and recommend strategies to encompass them in day-to-day operations.
- To place and co-ordinate contract crop trials globally with subsequent data and report cataloguing.
- To provide audit and guidance to contract research organizations globally
- To ensure all work is economically justified and manage approved budget and management reporting
- Educated to Degree or Master's Degree level in Chemistry, Biology, Agricultural Science, or another relevant scientific subject
- Must have at least 4 years of industry experience within the plant protection sector.
- Broad range of experience in biological efficacy testing in laboratory and field situations across all product disciplines.
- Ability to understand, interpret and assess biological data in order to review and write high quality crop trial reports and BADs
- Good organisational and communication skills
- Collaborative and team building skills
- Strong project management skills / able to manage multiple projects.
- Computer literacy for the use of Excel and ARM 8, plus other MS Office software.
- Experience in cataloguing and indexing data
- A sound knowledge of agronomy, crop protection practices and understanding of plant protection products
- Familiarity with quality systems such as Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) & Official Recognition (ORETO)
- Good organization skills and experience of working in multi-disciplinary project teams with the ability to manage simultaneous multiple projects to deadline
LOCATION: HOME BASED IN THE UK OR EUROPE
SALARY: A competitive salary depending on experience, plus generous company benefits are offered.
To apply for this great career opportunity please e-mail your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and for more information please call Sarah Milburn on 01885 485527. Thank you.
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