Do you like evaluating the safety of consumer products, as well as testing and documenting raw materials and developed finished products?
Then L'Oréal Research & Innovation might be exactly the place you have always been looking for!
For more than one hundred years, L’Oréal believes that beauty needs Science. In a world now transformed by digital technology and the emergence of new scientific Domains, we are confident in our ability to turn these opportunities into major innovations, closely linked to the new consumer expectations all over the world. Science & Technology are allowing us to invent safe, trustable, sustainable & responsible beauty products and experiences that will change people’s lives. L’Oréal R&I has continuously invested upstream in its research with a high level of ambition. Our 3800 L'Oréal R&I people are talented and highly skilled, located in major markets, working in a cooperative way, opened to the world.
Product Safety is responsible for the safety evaluation, testing and documentation of raw materials and finished products that are developed, or acquired by L’Oréal USA, in compliance with global regulations and guidelines. This position requires an in-depth working knowledge of toxicology and safety risk assessment principles for the review and compliance of the safety of raw materials and finished products as well as the support of claims related to product safety.
If you want to learn more about our commitment to Consumer Safety, take a look inside our products! https://inside-our-products.loreal.com/
L’Oreal USA is currently seeking a talented, innovative, and experienced Associate Principal Scientist to join our Product Safety department located at our Clark, New Jersey facility.You Will . . .You Have . . .
- Ph.D. in Pharmacology/Toxicology or closely related field is required
- 5+ years of experience in cosmetics/personal care/consumer healthcare industries is required
- Expertise in general toxicology concepts, especially skin/eye irritation, skin sensitization, genotoxicity and phototoxicity
- Extensive knowledge and proficiency in risk assessment principles/practices are essential
- Excellent communication (verbal, written) and interpersonal skills required
- Experience working with OTC products
- Well organized and flexible with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced highly matrixed environment while meeting established deadlines
- Demonstrated skills in analyzing, reporting and documenting information with attention to detail
- Ability to work independently in a matrix environment both as a team member and as a leader
- Authorization to work in the US on a permanent, ongoing basis without the need for sponsorship now or in the future
You Are . . .
- Operates under general supervision with the ability to make decisions independently and assess when escalation is appropriate.
- Responsible for the product evaluation for the Americas Region and will collaborate with international colleagues to ensure global consistency, efficiency, and harmonization.
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