Location: Saltend Chemicals Park, Hull
Closing Date: 19th October 2021
Relocation Available: No
We are delighted to present this fantastic opportunity for an Analytical Technologist to work with us, as part of a multi-disciplinary team that is responsible for fundamental and exploratory studies in chemistry to support bp group operations and to appraise and develop new low carbon technology opportunities for business renewal.
Advanced Bio and Physical Sciences for Low Carbon Energy is a global team with world class laboratory facilities in Hull (UK), San Diego (USA) and Dalian (China). A multi-faceted team with skills and expertise in chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science, and computational sciences.
We are delighted to offer this opportunity for an Analytical Technologist to join us at bp’s research and innovation centre in Hull. The Analytical Technologist will be accountable for contributing to the development of an HSSE culture and working across the operations in Hull to improve safety and efficiency, ensuring high quality experimental data is delivered to support our work programmes.
You will plan and execute laboratory analysis to support the team’s research programmes with a particular focus on on-line GC analysis for our high throughput experimentation units. Working with the team’s analytical scientist, you will develop and implement analytical methods. You will coordinate maintenance and modification activities for the team’s analytical instruments and its supporting infrastructure and act as equipment custodian. You may also take on other operational roles as required by the team and will work closely with equipment vendors and the research technologists and chemists.
You will be qualified to at least ‘A’ Level science or equivalent and with laboratory experience in an analytical role, preferably in a process research environment. You will be skilled in the development of new analytical techniques and methodologies and their deployment in the laboratory and/or pilot plant environment.
In an ideal world, you would hold a degree or equivalent in chemistry, chemical engineering or related subject and the following would be a further bonus: