Looking for Career Opportunities in Toxicology? The SOT Job Bank Is Available 24/7!

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Looking for Career Opportunities in toxicology? The SOT Job Bank is available 24/7! Whether you are looking to advance your career or recruit for an open position, the Job Bank can help.

Job Seekers

Are you looking for a position in toxicology? Seeking to advance your career, or just stay abreast of the current job market? Log in to the SOT Job Bank today to instantly browse our database of current, toxicology-related positions with a new or existing registration. This service is free to SOT Members and available for a small cost to non-members.

You may activate your Job Bank account to allow your CV and contact information to be visible to company recruiters, or you may browse confidentially. Enroll for our bi-weekly digest and automatically be notified of all new job postings. Access the Job Bank today to get started.

Employers

Is your organization looking to fill positions for qualified toxicologists? Where better to start your search than with the Society of Toxicology? Simply register with the Job Bank by creating an Employer Account!  Employers can browse resumes, contact active Job Seekers, and post all the information needed to recruit their next toxicologists! New Job Bank listings are emailed to all enrolled job seekers in our bi-weekly digest.

Log in today to browse the complete listings or post your own position!

Featured Position:

Division Director—Division of Biology, Chemistry and Materials Science, US FDA

The Division of Biology, Chemistry and Materials Science (DBCMS) participates in the Center's mission of protecting and promoting public health by identifying and investigating issues related to the interaction between medical devices and the human body. The division accomplishes this by conducting laboratory-based regulatory research; providing scientific and engineering expertise for pre-market reviews, post-market investigations, and standards development; and collaborating with colleagues to develop, translate, and disseminate science and engineering-based information on regulated products. Specifically, DBCMS focuses on device issues that involve: biocompatibility, biological risk assessment, and toxicology; materials characterization and processing; materials degradation and chemical contamination; electrochemistry; infection control, sterility, and biofilms; computational modeling of physiological processes; and nanotechnology.

For more information on this position, please visit the SOT Job Bank today.

 

 

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