SciReg is Always Interested in Hearing from Individuals Qualified for the Positions Listed Below.

If we do not currently have an available position for you, we will keep your resume on file. Thank you for your interest.

Pesticide Registration Specialists

Applicants should possess experience in registering pesticide products under U.S. pesticide laws and regulations, including preparing, submitting, and/or managing product applications.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in animal science, biology, chemistry, toxicology, or related discipline.
  • At least three years of experience in the registration of pesticide products under FIFRA, including preparation and submission of registration applications, tolerance/exemption petitions, Notices of Filing, product labels, offers-to-pay, data matrices, etc., or related experience.
  • Experience with regulatory agency communications.
  • Ability to prepare clear, concise, well-organized regulatory submittals.
  • Excellent writing skills, verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills, and attention to detail.
  • Experience in laboratory/field testing areas helpful; ability to place and monitor studies that are required to support pesticide registrations.

SciReg, Inc. offers competitive salaries, generous annual leave, a pension plan, and many opportunities for employee development and growth. 

GLP Quality Assurance Auditors

Applicants should possess experience with the application of FDA, EPA, and/or OECD GLPs to studies conducted to support the approval/registration of pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, biocontrol products, etc.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in animal science, biology, chemistry, toxicology, or related discipline.
  • At least two years of experience as a GLP auditor for laboratory studies and/or field trials.
  • Excellent writing skills and attention to detail.
  • Auditor (with additional training from SciReg, as necessary) will review toxicology, environmental fate, residue chemistry, product chemistry, target animal safety, efficacy, and ecotoxicology studies. 

The primary responsibility of successful candidates will be to monitor/quality assure GLP and non-GLP studies, laboratories, etc.; however, with training to be provided by SciReg, the auditor may also be involved in other non-QA aspects of SciReg’s business such as:

  • Identifying data necessary to support product approvals.
  • Developing and implementing strategies to expedite regulatory processes.
  • Meeting with government regulatory personnel to negotiate approval requirements.
  • Designing and contracting studies.
  • Evaluating scientific data for compliance with U.S. and international guidelines and regulations.
  • Preparing and submitting documentation and scientific data to support product approvals.

SciReg, Inc. offers competitive salaries, generous annual leave, a pension plan, and many opportunities for employee development and growth.