The Scientific Technical Writer/Editor’s primary responsibility will be to assist Study Directors in preparation of reports on toxicology studies. Requirements include expert-level capability in MS Word, at least two years' writing/editing experience, and a background in chemistry or life sciences. Candidates must show that they can work independently, collaborate effectively, manage multiple tasks, adapt to changing priorities, and give high attention to detail. Preferred candidates will be experienced in Adobe Acrobat Professional, cross-platform document creation, and data QC. Laboratory research experience is a plus: this is an ideal position for scientists transitioning their career to a communications focus who have a portfolio that can demonstrate their writing abilities.