Toxicologist recruitment agency listing
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Highly Competitive rates for new clients. HRSS is a trusted recruitment specialist with one simple aim: to find the right talent with the right skills, personality and ambition for our valued clients. We deliver competitive staffing solutions to UK businesses and cover multiple roles within the Biotechnology Industry .....
Covers: England | Permanent | Salaries £15k - £100k+
Headquartered in the UK, Network Scientific is an expert-led, award-winning science recruitment agency that offers compliant temporary, permanent and contract recruitment services to the scientific, medical, laboratory and engineering industries. We work with companies ranging from start-up to global organisations and nothing is ever too much trouble for us.
Covers: United Kingdom, Ireland and Mainland Europe | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries from £17k - £100k+
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Covers: North West England | Part Time, Permanent | Salaries £15k - £100k+
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The role of Toxicologist involves determining the risks that certain chemicals pose to humans, animals and the environment, and to monitor any impact on them. The role may involve working for a Private Company, a Health Organisation, or a Government Agency.
This page lists a number of UK-based recruitment agencies that have specific knowledge and experience in placing suitable candidates into Toxicology vacancies.
Maths and Science are at the heart of this role, so any would-be Toxicologist should take as many related subjects as possible, including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics. Degrees should focus on these subjects, potentially together with subjects such as Public Relations and Communication, since Toxicologists tend to spend time dealing with Legal Representatives and Insurance companies. For specialist roles within Toxicology, a Masters and / or a PhD should be taken in a relevant area.
Examples of jobs could include anything from analysis of drug overdose, exposure to chemicals, or investigation of medical malpractice. Toxicologists are required by many government and commercial organisations, including the NHS, the Military, Universities, the Home Office, and a multitude of Pharmaceutical and Industrial operations.
Private sector entry salaries range between £21,500 and £26,500, while NHS Toxicologists start on around £21,000. All these figures can rise substantially with experience, perhaps to over £34,000. Very experienced Toxicologists have the potential to earn £70,000 or more.