Employment Opportunities with Science Consortium Members

Interested in advancing animal-free toxicology testing? The scientists who advise PETA Science Consortium International e.V. have diverse backgrounds–including master’s and PhD degrees in toxicology, molecular biology, biochemistry, chemistry, and biomedical sciences–and a shared passion for replacing animal tests with efficient and effective in vitro and in silico models. They spend their days working with government agencies, industry, method developers, and academia; researching existing non-animal models and identifying areas of research to fund; analyzing test data; and traveling to conferences around the world to share their work.

Science Policy Adviser
PETA UK
The successful candidate, based in Belgium or the UK, will independently research and interpret a variety of scientific, political, policy-driven, and other issues related to reducing and replacing animal testing required by regulatory agencies. Responsibilities include building networks with key policymakers and other stakeholders; leading meetings with parliamentarians, companies, and legislators; presenting at scientific conferences; and maintaining expertise in non-animal test methods and international regulatory requirements. Apply for the position at PETA UK here.

Toxicologist/Senior Research Associate
PETA UK and PETA Germany
This person will lead policy and research projects related to reducing and replacing animal testing, with a focus on testing required by regulatory agencies. The successful candidate will attend scientific conferences, work with companies and regulatory agencies, review and write technical reports, and maintain expertise in non-animal test methods and international regulatory requirements. Applicants should have a PhD in toxicology, molecular biology, or a related field, experience working for a regulatory agency or a chemical, pharmaceutical, medical device, or other similar company regulated by one of these agencies, as well as management experience. Apply for the position at PETA UK here or PETA Germany here.

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