Leidos is seeking a Research Toxicologist II to support the Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton, OH. This role is contingent upon award.
- Design and conduct scientific research on the toxicological effects of exposure to chemicals/mixtures, often in combination with extreme environmental hazards or stressors, to include temperature, humidity, altitude, vibrations, and noise, and/or physical demand.
- Utilize animal models to evaluate the short- and long-term health and performance effects of acute and chronic exposure to chemicals, mixtures, environmental hazards and stressors and/or physical demand.
- Provide scientific expertise in the field of toxicology with regard to one or multiple organ systems, including dermal, intestinal, pulmonary/respiratory, neurological/cognitive and developmental and reproductive effects.
- Identify, devise, propose and execute military relevant studies and collect data from animal subjects (primarily rodent).
- Perform risk assessments based on collected toxicological data.
- Assist other investigators in the design and execution of research protocols on animal, human and cellular toxicology and physiology and performance issues of interest to the Navy.
- Develop (and/or assist in the development) of technical reports, presentations, and publications.
- Prepare (and/or assist in the preparation) of proposal applications for other toxicological, physiological, psychological, medical, and performance studies.
Ability to obtain Secret Security Clearance
Requires a BA/BS or equivalent experience and 12 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 10 years or prior relevant experience. 7 years of experience supervising or leading teams or projects.