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Georgia Employer REGULATORY TOXICOLOGIST in Atlanta, Georgia

Position T Itle:Regulatory ToxicologistPosition Summary:This highly visible position is responsible for toxicology support for multiple Business Segments and is responsible for planning and monitoring toxicology testing programs, conducting product safety assessments, and supporting product regulatory compliance globally. This position will strategically support advocacy efforts by representing the company on industry consortia and contributing ideas and aiding in the design and conducting of toxicological studies.Job Description:Responsibilities:Plan, coordinate, and monitor mammalian and environmental toxicology studies including budget, timing, and compliance deadlines.Formulate testing strategies and work plans, review study protocols, monitor studies, interpret testing results and utilize results in product safety assessments.Serve as a Momentive expert in hazard assessment, and risk assessment activities.Ensure that testing meets all international & domestic test requirements according to ISO, GLP, EU REACH, US EPA/FDA, Japan guidelines, and potentially other world areas.Represent Momentive in silicone and chemical industry association and REACH consortia technical groups: Global Silicones Council(GSC) and Silicones Environmental, Health, and Safety Center(SEHSC), Centre Europeen des Silicones (CES) and ReconSile.Interpret regulatory requirements and leads discussions with the Businesses and Technology to formulate product testing strategies for new and existing products. Must be able to effectively communicate complex information to a variety of internal and external audiences.Actively leads, participates, and supports Product and Application Risk Reviews to inform the Businesses and implements Product Stewardship standards to comply with company requirements.Partner with global customers, suppliers, Businesses, and other functions to develop and communicate product regulatory and compliance solutions; provide training and education; and answer customer inquiries.Support new substance notification, registration, and related activities by working closely with members of the global Product Stewards Organization. Includes preparing documentation for product registrations and reporting for regulatory agencies in various world areas, monitoring, and providing status reports on relevant testing.Monitor legislative and regulatory changes in various world regions, contribute to advocacy efforts, initiate necessary communications and actions related to changing global chemical regulations, and implement solutions to address these changes.Maintain and compile toxicology related registration information in the relevant registration IT tools, e.g. IUCLID, and internal data repositories.Conduct Exposure and Risk Assessment models such as EasyTRA, ECETOC, CHESAR and ChemSTEEREstablish, manage, and report metrics for work and tie into global reporting to assure progress and accomplishment of work are communicated.Key Metrics:Completion of toxicology strategy and related tasks in support of product registration/notification, business growth, compliance and consortia activities within deadlines and interim milestones.Advise on human health and environmental risks as part of Risk Reviews.Development and implementation of streamlined processes and operating procedures to ensure compliance, timely response, and appropriate documentation.Timely and accurate responses to customer inquiries, leveraging standard templates and responses, and maintaining necessary data.Monitor changes in relevant... For full info follow application link.We are an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to gender, minority status, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, status as a qualified individual with a disability or any characteristic protected by law.