Senior Expert Product Stewardship - Hazard and Risk Management (m/w/d)

   Standort: Darmstadt, 德国 (DE)
   Tätigkeitsbereich: Umwelt, Sicherheit, Gesundheit & Qualität
   Karrierelevel: Berufserfahrene
   Firma: Röhm GmbH

As a leading supplier of methacrylate chemicals worldwide we are active in various markets and supply our products for a wide range of applications. At Röhm our strength is our employees. With their creativity and passion, they actively contribute to our success story. We promote an inclusive and open culture and advocate diversity in our teams. Because we are convinced: Diversity is essential for a high-performance and innovative organization. With Röhm, you will experience continuous learning in an international environment. Become part of our team and make your career goals come true.


  • Assessment of toxicological, ecotoxicological and physicochemical data, including non-animal approaches like QSAR and read-across; data gap analyses and development of testing strategies; commissioning and monitoring of experimental studies when needed.
  • Determine the hazard and risk of chemicals and products and develop risk assessment strategies for the safety of workers, customers, consumers and the environment.
  • Preparation of EU REACh registration dossiers.
  • Support for classification of substances and mixtures according to regulatory requirements (e.g. EU CLP / UN GHS).
  • Communication of hazard and risk information with stakeholders internally and externally (e.g. coordination of relevant topics for business units with Product Stewardship).
  • Representation of the company towards authorities and national and international committees, consortia and associations.



  • Successfully completed university studies of natural sciences (e.g. biology, biochemistry, chemistry, food chemistry, pharmacology or veterinary medicine).
  • PhD, preferably in a field relevant for toxicology/ecotoxicology and postgraduate education in toxicology/ecotoxicology (e.g. DGPT, ERT, DABT or comparable).
  • Profound knowledge of eco-/toxicological methodologies and studies, assessment of data and study results and application in regulatory processes and for hazard and risk assessments; knowledge in polymer toxicology is a plus
  • More than 5 years of profound professional experience in the area of interest including experience in industry.
  • Self-motivated, reliable team player with a proactive mindset and very good communication skills.
  • Fluent in both German and English and used to work in an international setting.
  • Very good knowledge of MS office applications and IUCLID, additional knowledge of SAP EHS or software for exposure assessment is a plus.

Your Application

To ensure quick and fair processing of your application please apply online via our careers portal at Submit at least one meaningful cover letter as well as your current CV and provide us your possible starting date. Please refrain from sending unsolicited applications by email.

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If you have any questions regarding your application or the application process please contact: BurkhartMirela-Maria and refer to the Requisition ID cited below.
We are looking forward to receiving your application!


Please note that Röhm will not accept any unsolicited application documents sent by staffing firms. Röhm works in conjunction with preferred service providers and will not pay any fee to staffing firms in the absence of an appropriate framework agreement. Should Röhm receive a candidate profile from a staffing firm whth which it has no framework agreement and should this candidate subsequently be considered in the recruitment process or offered employment no claims from the staffing firm will be entertained in this regard.


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