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Job Title: Toxicologist (Advanced)
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Organization: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Posted: 11/3/2017
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Community Health
Industry: Government
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Lansing,  MI    USA
Compensation: $45,000-$78,332
Position Description: For more information and to apply, visit www.mphi.org/careers. Click on Toxicologist (Advanced) for the full position description. Emailed resumes cannot be accepted.

This position will provide toxicological support to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Division of Environmental Health in the Toxicology and Response Section. The person in this position is responsible for independently evaluating environmental, demographic, and health outcome data from multiple and complex sites of chemical contamination, determining whether a public health hazard exists, making and following up on recommendations to protect public health, and documenting the findings in Health Consultations, Public Health Assessments, or other reports. The toxicologist collaborates with other federal, state, and local health, as well as regulatory agencies. The person in this position interacts with the public via meetings, telephone conversations, and field visits, responding to community health concerns and analyzing health outcome data.

Qualifications: Possession of a master’s degree in toxicology or Possession of a master’s degree in a physical, biological, or environmental science with 10 semester (15 term) credits in toxicology, 14 semester (20 term) credits in chemistry (including inorganic, organic and biochemistry), and 24 semester (35 term) credits in any combination of the following: physiology, histology, pathology, statistics, environmental science, microbiology, physical or environmental chemistry (in addition to the above indicated 14 semester credits); anatomy, pharmacology, epidemiology, industrial hygiene, toxicology (in addition to the above indicated 10 semester credits); or, vertebrate biology or zoology may be substituted for the education requirement. Experience: Three years or more years of professional experience in assessing and controlling the impact of toxic substances on human health and the environment.

Organization Description: The Michigan Department of Health & Human Services' Division of Environmental Health serves to educate the people of Michigan and mitigate exposures to harmful contaminants in drinking water, air, and food. We are expanding our division to better serve the people of Michigan. Get a job where you can make a difference - join our team!

Closing Date: 2/7/2018
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Contact Name: Michelle Bruneau,  Toxicologist (Advanced)
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Contact Email: bruneaum@michigan.gov
Web Address: www.mphi.org/careers
How to Apply: For more information and to apply, visit www.mphi.org/careers. Click on Toxicologist (Advanced) for the full position description. Emailed resumes cannot be accepted.

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