Job opportunities with the PFA Group – new!

September 13th, 2018

The Peter Fisk Associates group of companies has job opportunities for graduates (Masters level preferred) in its Brussels and Canterbury (UK) offices. The companies provide science-based risk assessment of substances, usually for regulatory submission. The work is desk-based.

The company ethos is one of high levels of mutual support and work in project teams.

Remuneration packages are competitive with industry norms, typically up to 40 k€ in Brussels, 30 k£ in UK, subject to experience and negotiable.

Please send CVs to info@pfagroup.eu

Toxicology – trainee
The work will be focused on in vitro toxicology and genetic toxicology screening: review of laboratory studies and production of export reports. We assist industry in the minimising of animal testing within regulatory constraints. A qualification in a relevant life science subject is essential, and good chemistry knowledge would be beneficial. The successful candidate will receive training from expert colleagues and participate in collaborative work with major chemical and oil companies.

Human exposure modelling – trainee
The work will be focussed on the understanding of human exposure: review of studies and production of export reports. Modelling of exposure to humans in the workplace and as consumers is a core tool. A qualification in a chemical discipline is essential. The successful candidate will receive training from expert colleagues and participate in collaborative work with major chemical and oil companies.

Ecotoxicology trainee
The work will be focussed on aquatic and terrestrial ecotoxicology: review of laboratory studies and production of export reports. A qualification in a relevant life science subject is essential, and good chemistry knowledge would be beneficial. The successful candidate will receive training from expert colleagues and participate in collaborative work with major chemical and oil companies.

Metabolism and biodegradation scientist
The work will be focussed on understanding of degradability and metabolic pathways: review of laboratory studies and production of export reports. A qualification in a relevant life science subject is essential. The successful candidate will receive training from expert colleagues and participate in collaborative work with major chemical and oil companies.

Analytical chemist
The work will be focussed on analytical aspects of substance composition, hazard testing and field concentration measurements: review of laboratory studies and production of export reports. A qualification in chemistry is essential. The successful candidate will receive training from expert colleagues and participate in collaborative work with major chemical and oil companies.

Environmental fate modelling – trainee
The work will be focused on the understanding of environmental exposure: review of studies and production of export reports. Modelling of fate and behaviour in the environment is a core tool. A qualification in a chemical discipline is essential. The successful candidate will receive training from expert colleagues and participate in collaborative work with major chemical and oil companies.

Physical chemist
The work will be focused on physicochemical and stability properties: review of laboratory studies and production of export reports, as well as prediction of properties to fill data gaps (QSAR). A qualification in chemistry is essential. The successful candidate will receive training from expert colleagues and participate in collaborative work with major chemical and petrochemical companies.

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