Principal Toxicologist

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Job ID: EB-9053316067
Job Title: Principal Toxicologist
Location: Dallas Fort-Worth Area,

Work for one of the leading food and beverage companies in North America with a great leadership team, offers employees tremendous opportunities for career advancement, competitive compensation, and employee appreciation.

Company Information:

The client has been around for decades and is one of the leading food and beverage manufacturing companies in North America, with leadership positions in several product categories. They are recipients of numerous awards and have annual revenue over $10 billion dollars. They have over 20,000 employees and multiple manufacturing sites across North America.

We Value and Appreciate Our Employees:

  • Competitive Compensation, Health, Dental, and Vision Plans, Life Insurance, Disability, 401(k) matching, Paid Holidays and Paid Time Off, Flexible spending account.

Your Role with the Company:

The Principal Toxicologist manages the day-to-day activities in toxicology to enable the company to innovate and commercialize safe foods and beverages. This role works side-by-side with Quality, Nutrition, Chemistry, Regulatory, Packaging Innovation, and Legal. The Principal Toxicologist plays a key role in the product and packaging development process of all our food and beverage categories through application of toxicology science, consumption data and risk assessment. We are looking for a team member who is collaborative, high-performance team-oriented, and able to apply technical and academic excellence across our food and beverage portfolio.

This role is based in Frisco, Texas. Hybrid schedule working 3 days from the office and 2 days remote.

Ideal Candidate Profile

  • PhD in toxicology and DABT preferred.
  • Seven plus years of relevant industry experience, food or beverage background preferred.
  • Experience in Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology (DART) preferred.
  • Ability to anticipate and address toxicology related issues in a proactive manner.
  • Exceptional willingness and propensity for collaboration, relationship & team building.
  • Independently define problems, collect data, establish facts, draw valid conclusions, and confidently support them when challenged.
  • Ability to work independently and confidently on projects and initiatives.
  • Polished communication, influence, and external presence skills
  • Technical Knowledge & Software Applications: (MS Outlook, MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, Optiva).

For additional information please contact Owen Carryl at Kaye/Bassman. (972)-265-5307 or email ocarryl@kbic.com