Are you a senior scientist with experience of work within scientific advisory bodies, covering disciplines within EFSA’s areas of responsibility – from chemistry and toxicology to microbiology, plant diseases and statistics, amongst others? Do you have the skills and experience to advise EFSA on how it should carry its crucial assessment work? Then you should consider applying as an expert for the Scientific Committee, the nerve centre of EFSA’s science.
What does the Scientific Committee do?
The Scientific Committee helps EFSA develop harmonised risk assessment methodologies and ensure consistency across its Scientific Panels. It also carries out risk assessments that impact more than one food/feed chain sector. The Committee also provides strategic scientific advice to EFSA’s management on key scientific issues and oversees EFSA’s scientific publishing through the EFSA Journal. See the Scientific Committee page for more details.
Save the date: 1 June 2017
Have we managed to tweak your interest? Then register now on EFSA’s website and prepare your application in advance so that you can submit it between 1 June and 8 September 2017.
Would you like to know more?
Read the story on Food safety scientists wanted. Join EFSA’s scientific panels or watch our videos on endocrine disruptors, chemical mixtures and bee health.