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3M Senior Toxicology Supervisor (Maplewood, MN)-R00984439 in MAPLEWOOD, Minnesota

3M is seeking an experienced Senior Toxicology Supervisor for the 3M Corporate Toxicology and Environmental Science group, within the Sustainability and Product Stewardship Department,located in Maplewood, MN. At 3M, you can apply your talent in bold ways that matter. Here, you go.Job Summary:The person hired for the position of Senior Toxicology Supervisor will be responsible for providing toxicology/risk assessment guidance to 3M business units to help ensure the safety of 3M products. The position is in the Corporate Toxicology and Environmental Science group, a subsection of the 3M Sustainability and Product Stewardship Department. This group is responsible for understanding and communicating health hazards and risks to those that develop, make and use 3M products.This position provides an opportunity to transition from other private, public, government or military environments to a 3M career.Primary Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:Providing division toxicology support to assigned 3M business units, particularly health care businesses, including technical guidance to product development and product responsibility teams, preparation of hazard/risk assessments and coordination of toxicity testing.Supervisory responsibility for division support toxicologists, specifically those supporting health care businessesServing as Study Monitor for toxicology studies on 3M chemistries/products at contract research laboratories.Communication of toxicity testing and risk assessment results to internal, as well as external customers and scientific/regulatory groups through oral presentations and written reports/publications globally.Providing technical guidance to other 3M staff groups involved with regulatory and hazard communication issues for assigned businesses.Basic Qualifications:Possess a Bachelors degree or higher (completed and verified prior to start) from an accredited universityMinimum five (5) years of experience in a private, public, government or military environment in one or more of the following areas: conduct/design of mammalian toxicology studies and/or human health risk assessmentPreferred Qualifications:Graduate degree in Toxicology, Pharmacology or closely related discipline from an accredited universityProfessional certification, Diplomat of the American Board of Toxicology (DABT) or equivalentExperience with evaluation of health care products according to US and international regulatory standards, such as ISO 10993Five (5) years of supervisory or managerial experience with technical personnel engaged in conduct of human health hazard evaluation or risk assessmentExperience as a toxicology study monitor at contract research laboratoriesExperience with the human health hazard evaluation/risk assessment process for new chemistriesExperience communicating toxicology results or human health hazard/risk assessments through both oral and written methodsExperience/ability to work in a multi-disciplinary environment with good analytical, interpersonal, and professional judgment skillsExcellent written, verbal communication skills and strong organizational abilitiesLocation: Maplewood, MNTravel: May include up to 5% travelRelocation: Is authorized3M is a place where you can collaborate with other curious, creative people. Where your diverse talents, inclusiveness, initiative, and leadership are valued. Where youll find challenging opportunities that make your career exciting and rewarding. With a diversity of people, global locations, technologies, and products, 3M is a place to grow and be rewarded for excellenceResponsibilities of this position may include direct and/or indirect physical or logical access to information, systems, technologies subjected to the regulations/compliance with U.S. Export Control Laws.U.S. Export Control laws and U.S. Government Department of Defense contracts and sub-contracts impose certain restrictions on companies and their ability to share export-controlled an