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.

Regulatory Scientist
PETA US
With the goal of replacing animal tests required by regulatory agencies, the successful candidate will conduct independent research, 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 at least three years of experience with the US Food and Drug Administration, the US Environmental Protection Agency, the US Department of Agriculture’s Center for Veterinary Biologics, or a chemical, pharmaceutical, or medical device company regulated by one of these agencies. Apply for the position here.

Science Communication Specialist
PETA US
The successful candidate will draft communication materials that support and promote PETA US’ regulatory toxicology work, including news releases, blog posts, newsletters, website text, social media content, and other materials for both technical and lay audiences. Responsibilities also include conducting independent online research, analysing technical documents, and maintaining general expertise in non-animal testing methods. Apply for the position here.

Science Outreach Specialist
PETA US
The successful candidate will lead the outreach efforts of PETA US to college and graduate-level science students in order to promote awareness of animal-free testing. Responsibilities include counselling undergraduate and graduate students who are seeking guidance on animal-free research methods, liaising with university contacts on relevant science course curricula, participating in university career fairs, and more. Apply for the position here.

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 here.

Research Associate
PETA UK or PETA Germany
This person will provide research support 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. Click here to apply to PETA UK or here to PETA Germany.

Senior Research Associate
PETA UK
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 experience working for a regulatory agency or a chemical, pharmaceutical, medical device, or other similar company regulated by one of these agencies and should have management experience. Apply for the position here.

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