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This position is located in the Diversion Control Division, UN Reporting & Quota Section (DRQ), Quota & UN Reporting Unit (DRQR). The Incumbent will perform such duties as:
- Serving as a technical specialist in pharmacology and related regulatory areas, such as pharmacy, biological or physical sciences, works with a scientific team, that reviews complex scientific information in areas involving complex fact patterns, policies, programs, or regulations that are not well defined.
- Analyzing and recommends changes to key policies related to coordinating a regulatory review, compliance, and/or enforcement program, such as drug and chemical scheduling and drug-related legislative and regulatory initiatives.
- Identifying and recommending areas where scientific advances or changes may affect policy in pursuing
organizational goals and objectives.
- Preparing articles and reports presenting study results for publication in scientific and technical journals, for presentation at national and international meetings of professional groups, and for inclusion in progress reports of the Section and Office.
- Evaluating and synthesizing complex scientific data on abuse and diversion potentials, as well as the licit and illicit uses of drugs and chemicals.
Occasional travel - 0-3 days per month
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