Process Development / Optimisation Engineer (23944)
This company is a market leader in specialist materials reprocessing, with their products found across the UK in a range of applications, and helping reduce environmental waste and pollution. They have an established client base and are now seeking to expand their product offering, responding to new requirements from their users.
They are seeking an experienced process engineer to help research, plan and implement new processing pipelines, together with advising on procuring new equipment and optimising existing processes. Working directly with management and technology leads, this is an exciting opportunity to really influence the future growth and development of this interesting company.
Candidates will need to demonstrate:
- strong academic qualifications in process, materials or chemical engineering (or similar), with a 2.1 degree from a top-ranked university (and good A-levels too);
- commercial experience with bulk granular-material processing pipelines;
- a working knowledge of organic chemistry, including pyrolysis and polymerisation reactions;
- demonstrable commercial experience developing new process pipelines, process R&D and optimisation.
On offer is a very attractive salary and remuneration package, working in a tranquil and picturesque location in West Suffolk. The company’s offices are conveniently located, with excellent road and rail links to Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. In time, it is expected that this position will become the technical lead for the company’s business.
Interested? Do get in touch with ECM Selection and drop us your CV. Or why not recommend a friend for £250, details at http://ecmselection.co.uk/tell-a-friend. Whilst we can only put forward the top few candidates, we do read every CV and try to respond to everyone. Unfortunately our client is unable to consider candidates without existing permission to work in the UK, without sponsorship or limitations, already in place. And of course, we always get your permission before submitting your CV to a company.
Keywords: processing, optimisation, materials, engineering, Suffolk
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