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Senior Strategist, Research and Regulatory Science

Humane Society of the United States

Humane Society of the United States

United States

Natural Sciences







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Date posted:



About the Role

This position will accelerate Korean government acceptance and corporate use of scientifically valid alternatives, non-animal test methods and strategies for vaccines and biologicals, biomedical sciences, chemicals and other regulated products through active engagement with authorities, corporate academic, and other stakeholders.

This position will be responsible for:
• Promoting the full and timely acceptance and use of available animal testing alternatives in legislation, regulations, data requirements, test guidelines and other instruments by preparing public comments, briefings, scientific white papers and other publications on behalf of HSI/Korea, as needed;
• Promoting the use of non-animal test methods and scientifically valid alternatives via direct communications and negotiations with Korean science, industry and other stakeholders, in close coordination with HSI research and toxicology program leads;
• Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of relevant developments in relation to animal testing alternatives in Korea via the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, regional pharmacopeias and other international bodies and communicates relevant information to HSI’s global research and toxicology team;
• Representing HSI/Korea in scientific events, policy meetings, and to the media with a broad range of stakeholders, including research institutes, governmental agencies, companies, universities and other parties relevant to achieving research and toxicology department objectives;
• Assisting with the organization, promotion and administration of periodic scientific workshops and other research and toxicology events;
• Supporting research and toxicology non-technical personnel, as needed;
• Performs other duties as assigned.

About the Organisation

The humane society we envision for animals will also be a better world for people, and it’s only through human efforts that we’ll get where we want to go. Because our advocacy is driven by people, we’re strongest when our people are empowered and valued. A work environment that fosters inclusion and collaboration energizes our teams, drives better thinking and makes our impact for animals more sustainable. Working with communities and stakeholders around the world, we integrate a wide range of cultural perspectives in our approach to create a humane and sustainable world for all animals. We are committed to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in every aspect of our work and at all levels of our organization. We recognize and respect the full spectrum of human qualities, so that the unique talents of all employees are dignified with equitable access to opportunities and an ability to contribute to our mission.

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