Focus on environmental and human health risk assessment issues by performing epidemiology, toxicology, and statistical analyses for interesting, science-based evaluations. Candidate enjoys technically-challenging work for projects that involve regulatory comment, litigation support, product safety assessments, and human health risk assessment.
Position requires a Ph.D. in epidemiology, environmental health, toxicology, or a related field as well as strong organizational and written communication skills. Applicants must have strong statistical skills and the ability to critically evaluate epidemiology data. Prior consulting experience and knowledge of environmental regulations, air modeling, and other exposure assessment techniques is a plus.
Gradient employees are recognized for their contributions and have the prospect to plan for future career development. We have an excellent track record growing leaders within our firm. Base salary is only part of your overall total compensation. The estimated annual base salary range for this position is $75k - $110k. Numerous factors are taken into consideration including education/training, experience, and geographical location, all of which are appraised during the interview process. Actual pay may be more or less than the posted range and does not include bonuses, overtime, or other forms of compensation or benefits.
Our benefits are comprehensive and include: medical and dental insurance, disability insurance (short- and long-term), life insurance; 401(k), Roth IRA, and a 3% company funded safe-harbor contribution retirement savings plan; a company-wide bonus program that incentivizes and rewards exceptional performance; a generous paid time off (PTO) benefit package, tuition reimbursement, professional development allowances, professional registration fee reimbursement, and company-paid public transportation options.
Gradient provides employees with the right tools to meet challenges and to excel and grow both personally and professionally.