We offer an opportunity to join the Worldwide Safety Evaluation (WSE) department as Safety Assessor

Then L'Oréal Research & Innovation might be exactly the place you have always been looking for !
For more than hundred years, L’Oréal believes that beauty needs Science. In a world now transformed by digital technology and the emergence of new scientific Domains, we are confident in our ability to turn these opportunities into major innovations, closely linked to the new consumer expectations all over the world. Science & Technology are allowing us to invent safe, trustable, sustainable & responsible beauty products and experiences that will change people’s lives.
L’Oréal R&I has continuously invested upstream in its research with a high level of ambition. Our 3800 L'Oréal R&I people are talented and highly skilled, located in major markets, working in a cooperative way, opened to the world. 

Your main roles and responsibilities will include: 

hazard identification for raw materials, cosmetic ingredients, substances and impurities through traditional and new approach methodologies (NAMs) such as read-across, in silico,… 
risk assessment of cosmetic products based on all available data in close partnership with Research and Innovation labs, 
design and monitoring of in vitro and/or clinical testing program when necessary, 
cosmetic safety report elaboration.
You are ready to participate to a collective adventure within a modern and agile organization, to face both exciting scientific and human challenges. Located in France (Clichy), in close collaboration with your Safety colleagues from France, Americas and APAC, as well as Regulatory, Claim substantiation and Microbiology teams, you will take care of the safety assessment of cosmetic products developed by our Research and Innovation organization. 

  • PhD and possibly with Post Doc experience in Life Sciences (toxicology, pharmacy, biology…),
  • Minimum 8 years of experience in toxicology, including an experience as a safety assessor, ideally in various industries (cosmetics, food, chemicals, biocides, pharma...),
  • Knowledge and hands on experience using New Approach Methodologies (e.g. in silico, TTC, structural & biological read-across, pathway-based and/or exposure-based approaches, PBPK, ..) in the field of hazard identification and/or risk assessment , 
  • Some experience in defense of ingredients would be a plus (e.g. submission of dossiers to authorities)
  • Fluency in English is a pre-requisite.

  • Your drivers are both scientific excellence and pragmatism,
  • You do not hesitate to take initiatives, and you have the sense of responsibilities,
  • You have good communication skills and appreciate teamwork,
  • You are able to network and you show collaborative leadership, 
  • You are product oriented and consumer centered,
  • You are able to manage priorities and face possible urgent challenges.

And how is it like to work at L'Oréal ? 

- Feel free to sit down with Karl, Product Development Engineer for L’Oréal Professionnel

L'Oréal recruits a great diversity of profiles (gender ethnicity, academic background...)