Chemical process and safety engineer (M/F)

Reference : MRT-2019-019

Type: Engineer
Contract type: Permanent contract
Place: Belvaux

Context

 

The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) is a mission-driven Research and Technology Organization (RTO) that develops advanced technologies and delivers innovative products and services to industry and society. Located at the heart of Luxembourg’s vibrant Research and Innovation Campus in Esch-Belval, LIST is ideally situated to connect its over 500 specialists in materials, the environment and IT with virtually all of Luxembourg’s other main research players such as the University of Luxembourg, LIH, LISER, Technoport, Luxinnovation and the National Research Fund.

As the SPOC (Single Point of Contact, both within the department, and towards the corporate HSE, infrastructure & quality unit), the Research and Facility Management (RFM) coordinates all operational aspects of lab installations in terms of technical support, research infrastructure and HSE. It also supervises the quality assurance (and accreditation, where relevant) of existing and future scientific installations and is the guarantor for the functioning of scientific and technological installations on the different LIST sites.

The candidate will make process agreement analyses, especially when chemicals are involved. He/she will manage safety aspects for equipment use and new processes, as well as guaranteeing that the installation of new laboratory equipment follows the facilities and HSE recommendations. In this context, he/she will have to do some laboratory management. The candidate will take part in the statistical process control of equipment in the framework of the quality assurance of the MRT Department.

 

Description

 

Scope of responsibilities:

  • Analyse and co-validate chemical process agreements in the Safety Analysis Committee
  • Verify and analyse new laboratory equipment needs in terms of facilities and health and safety
  • Coordinate new equipment technical studies for new machines
  • Review user protocol for the equipment prototype
  • Manage chemical products and waste
  • Follow up chemical product purchases
  • Implement statistical process control
  • Supervise the implementation of new Best Known Methods
  • Participate in laboratory meetings

 


Profile

 

Education

  • Master’s degree in chemistry or engineering degree

Required seniority

  • 5 to 15 years of experience in an industrial or RTO environment

Competencies

  • Expertise in chemical risks
  • Good knowledge of chemical engineering
  • Good knowledge of physical/chemical processes
  • Planning and priority management
  • Team spirit
  • Technical report writing
  • Health and safety-oriented

Language

  • English and either French are mandatory

 

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 François NEUILLY
François NEUILLY

 Cathy SCHWARTZ
Cathy SCHWARTZ

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MRT-2019-019.pdf