LOCATION: Annapolis, MD or Portland, ME | PRACTICE: Toxicology, Health and Ecological Sciences
We are seeking an Associate Scientist to work with our environmental scientists in multidisciplinary teams on a variety of challenging environmental investigations, providing a unique opportunity for personal development and mentorship.
- Leading data preparation activities such as organizing, tracking, and summarizing environmental data sources
- Conducting statistical data analyses and preparing summaries
- Completing calculations to support human health and ecological risk assessments
- Researching and summarizing technical findings
- Bachelor’s or master’s degree in the natural life sciences, toxicology, public health, or a related field
- 0-5 years of experience
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Superior quantitative skills
- Knowledge of basic data management
- Experience with environmental statistics and design
- Strong working knowledge of environmental chemistry, ecology, exposure assessment, and/or human/ecological toxicology
Competitive salary is commensurate with experience. Integral Consulting Inc. provides an exceptional benefits package with company-subsidized insurance, and an exciting work environment with opportunities for significant professional growth.
All offers of employment are contingent on candidates passing an employment history screening and, if applicable, a degree verification. Offers of employment for some positions may also be contingent on candidates passing a federal, state, and county criminal background and Watch List screenings and a drug and alcohol screening. Candidates for whom this is a requirement will receive written notice. All screenings will be done in accordance with all local, state and federal laws.
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