FDA Center for Tobacco Products has an open position for an Interdisciplinary Engineer. Duties include analyzing and determining the adequacy of data and tests submitted by a manufacturer in support of tobacco product applications, developing new approaches to engineering problems, prepare written synopses of reviews of reports/applications with recommendations for revision, acceptance or rejection, provide oral reviews of tobacco product design and offer recommendations for action on applications submitted by industry.
A degree in engineering from a curriculum accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) is required. A degree in chemical or biomedical engineering is preferred. In addition, candidates must have one year of experience to include assisting with engineering studies that provide scientific evaluation of tobacco products and/or other regulated products that may impact the safety of public health.
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