Researcher - Chemist
- U.S. FDA
- College Park, Maryland
- Starting salary is dependent upon experience and ranges from $94,199-$112,015 (plus benefits)
- Closing date
- Mar 6, 2023
- Field of specialization
- Analytical, Biochemical, Food
- Work Function
- Analyst, Laboratory, Research-Applied
- Job Type
- Full time
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) in College Park, Maryland seeks to hire scientists to participate in our food safety research program. The Office of Regulatory Science (ORS) within CFSAN conducts laboratory investigations in a variety of research areas which include, but are not limited to, food additives, allergens, protein toxins, bacterial identification, plant incorporated protectants, nanomaterials, free radical formation, seafood toxins, species identification, economic adulteration, non-targeted analysis, and industrial contaminants in CFSAN-regulated food, packaging, and cosmetic products. Candidates with expertise in any of the following areas are encouraged to apply: mass spectrometry, non-targeted analysis using HR-MS, spectroscopy, (including IR and Raman), total organic fluorine, antibody-based analyses, and elemental analysis.
Candidates should have a Ph.D. in chemistry or a related field. Job responsibilities can include, but are not limited to, (1) developing, adapting, and validating quantitative analytical methods for the determination of a variety of compounds in foods, packaging, and cosmetics, (2) operating and maintaining highly complex and specialized scientific instrumentation, (3) writing reports, scientific papers, and scientific publications, and (4) representing the organization on scientific committees and participation at scientific conferences and meetings.
U.S. citizenship is required, and the start date is negotiable. Starting salary is dependent upon experience. If interested, please email your CV to ORS-DACemail@example.com.
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