ExxonMobil Toxicologist in Clinton, New Jersey
ExxonMobil Biomedical Sciences, Inc. (EMBSI) is accepting applications for a Toxicologist position. This position can be located in our Texas (Houston) or New Jersey (Clinton).
Who we are?
ExxonMobil is more than just one of the largest energy companies in the world. ExxonMobil is a place where people think independently, take initiative, grow to their full potential and help to shape the future of energy. We believe that diversity drives innovation and our inclusive and collaborative workplace helps everyone thrive. The safety and wellbeing of our employees is at the heart of everything we do.
What will you do?
As a member of the ExxonMobil Biomedical Sciences Inc. (EMBSI) team, you will work alongside scientists and engineers around the globe to understand, research, and develop health, environmental and product safety solutions for ExxonMobil and the communities we serve. In this role you will have an impact by:
Providing strategic guidance in all aspects of toxicology evidence evaluation and chemical risk assessment to facilitate internal and external compliance
Actively collaborating with interdisciplinary teams to envision and advance the methodologies needed to evaluate the next generation of ExxonMobil products and processes
Leading technical initiatives within professional organizations and trade associations to advance contemporary risk assessment methodologies and identify novel applications.
Advancing the scientific dialogue through presentations at technical conferences and publications in the peer reviewed literature
Displaying an interest and capacity to continuously grow as an expert and leader
Ph.D. in Toxicology, Computational Toxicology or a related field
Experience in the planning, design and critical interpretation of toxicology studies
Excellent foundation in hazard identification and human health risk assessment principles.
Familiarity with industry toxicity testing standards (e.g. OECD Test Guidelines) and global chemical regulations
Familiarity with computational tools and new approach methodologies to characterize chemical risks
Excellent project management and communication skills (written and oral), including an ability to communicate toxicological data and methodologies to non-scientists
Ability to work independently, embrace change, and collaborate with individuals with diverse backgrounds and scientific disciplines
Ability to accommodate periodic domestic and international travel.
The successful candidate is not required to have experience across all areas, but must have the interest and take initiative to learn and develop
Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Demonstrated ability to lead, influence and collaborate with other scientists to produce impactful work products
A passion for advancing the discipline of applied toxicology
Demonstrated experience or interest to grow capability in computational tools and new approach methodologies to predict hazards / risk for chemicals and/or chemical mixtures (e.g. DEREK Nexus, TIMES-SS, OECD Toolbox, Benchmark Dose Software or similar computer programs and databases)
Experience or interest to grow capability in computer programming using open-source tools (e.g. R, Python)
Familiarity with data analytics, informatics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and statistical approaches to assess toxicity
Experienced hires encouraged to apply
An ExxonMobil career is one designed to last
ExxonMobil offers a wide range of benefits including competitive pay, workplace flexibility, teammates who support and inspire you, and the flexibility to explore multiple challenges and roles in a global setting. At ExxonMobil, we are a global, diverse, and engaged organization with unrivaled opportunities for personal and professional growth. Build a career with us and use your energy to change the world.
ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship status, protected veteran status, genetic information, or physical or mental disability.