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Research Ecotoxicologist (m/f/d)

At Bayer we’re visionaries, driven to solve the world’s toughest challenges and striving for a world where ,Health for all, Hunger for none’ is no longer a dream, but a real possibility. We’re doing it with energy, curiosity and sheer dedication, always learning from unique perspectives of those around us, expanding our thinking, growing our capabilities and redefining ‘impossible’. There are so many reasons to join us. If you’re hungry to build a varied and meaningful career in a community of brilliant and diverse minds to make a real difference, there’s only one choice.

Research Ecotoxicologist (m/f/d)

As a Research Ecotoxicologist (m/f/d), you will be a key member of a new group being established in the Environmental Safety department of Bayer Crop Science. Our goal is to drive the development of the next generation of sustainable, environmental-friendly plant protection products. You will work in international, interdisciplinary teams evaluating, delivering, and implementing new technologies to identify and evaluate potential environmental safety concerns. You have an active interest and awareness of state-of-the-art science developments in the Environmental Safety research area (ecotoxicology and/or environmental fate/chemistry) and experience of in vitro methodologies, working with predictive modelling systems and/or translation of observations from full scale studies to proxy systems.

YOUR TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support the optimization of new chemical projects and selection of development candidates together with Crop Protection Research in interdisciplinary teams
  • Identify Environmental Safety relevant areas being critical as hurdles or business enablers in the assigned projects. Develop, implement, and oversee execution of testing strategy for these areas together with internal and external partners
  • Close interaction and monitoring with external academic groups, contract research organizations and others to scout, test, validate, and implement new predictive screening assays in the area of ecotoxicology and/or environmental fate
  • Close collaboration with the Computational Life Sciences teams to develop suitable predictive in-silico models for ecotoxicology and/ or environmental fate
  • Give presentations at internal and external meetings or scientific conferences as well as writing publications, to highlight and demonstrate Bayers´ contributions to a sustainable agriculture

WHO YOU ARE

  • PhD degree in natural or life sciences (e.g. chemistry, biology, agronomy, veterinary, pharmacy) or comparable experience within the area of expertise
  • Practical experience in ecotoxicology or environmental fate lab and/or field studies
  • Working knowledge of data science including predictive models, statistics and active knowledge of at least one programming language such as R orPython
  • Interest and awareness of state-of-the-art science developments in the Environmental Safety research area
  • Open for innovation and welcoming diverse ideas, methods, approaches to work in a global environment
  • Very good English skills, both written and spoken, a second language is desirable

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YOUR APPLICATION

This is your opportunity to tackle the world’s biggest challenges with us: Maintaining our health, feeding growing populations and slowing the rate of climate change. You have a voice, ideas and perspectives and we want to hear them. Because our success begins with you. Be part of something big. Be Bayer.

Bayer welcomes applications from all individuals, regardless of race, national origin, gender, age, physical characteristics, social origin, disability, union membership, religion, family status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or any unlawful criterion under applicable law. We are committed to treating all applicants fairly and avoiding discrimination.

Location: ​​ ​ Monheim​

​​Division: ​ Crop Science​

Reference Code: 558601​

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Intern

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