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R&D specialist

We are hiring a product developer with expertise in chemistry and material science. Join our team in our high-tech startup and have an impact on the product development!

 

The successful candidate will be hired by IPM and located fulltime at our facility at Karlslunde. All R&D activities will be conducted in our state-of-the-art laboratory.

 

The project you will work on

This position is a part of an EU project that IPM is currently engaged in. The project is funded by the Fast Track to Innovation program to develop a fully functional prototype for water quality control along with our EU partners. The project is currently running under strict deadlines with milestone deliveries. The candidate will focus on maturing the detection technique for the selected pesticides. The position is a mixture of experimental work, data analysis and interpretation of obtained results.

 

Qualifications

The successful candidate is a MSc/PhD graduate or early Post Doc researcher with a background in analytical chemistry, applied chemistry, electroanalysis and electrochemistry. The ideal candidate has to be self-driven and strongly R&D minded.

 

  • Prior experience in industry is required.
  • Prior experience in electrochemical sensing is needed.
  • Experience within chemistry and materials engineering is required.
  • Ability to work in an interdisciplinary and international environment.
  • Ability and flexibility to work in a team, and being able to work independently.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills.

 

We offer

We offer an interesting and challenging job in an international environment focusing on research and innovation, which contribute to enhancing the economy and improving societal welfare for the general public. We strive for industrial and product developing expertise, collegial respect and freedom tempered by a high level of responsibility. The position is offered until July 2020. Salary will be approximated to a public university standard.

 

Who we are

IPM is a young startup company founded in 2014 as a spinoff from the Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology at DTU. IPM’s main interest is to develop environmental sensors using patentable technology. IPM is currently focusing on developing and testing a commercial product that can provide continuous measurements of the pesticide level in water production facilities.

 

Further information

If you need further information please call us at Phone Number: +45 71908051, email: info@intpm.dk

 

Application procedure

Please submit your application no later than 31st of May, 2019. Applications must be submitted as one PDF file containing all materials to be given consideration. To apply, please send your application to info@intpm.dk. All the material should be in English and it must include: 

  • Application (cover letter)
  • CV including list of publications
  • Diploma (PhD/MSc)
  • Recommendation letter

Applications and enclosures received after the deadline will not be considered.  

All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, disability, race, religion or ethnic background are encouraged to apply.


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330010305Phoenix-fc86d72312019-04-23T00:00:00R&D specialist

We are hiring a product developer with expertise in chemistry and material science. Join our team in our high-tech startup and have an impact on the product development!

 

The successful candidate will be hired by IPM and located fulltime at our facility at Karlslunde. All R&D activities will be conducted in our state-of-the-art laboratory.

 

The project you will work on

This position is a part of an EU project that IPM is currently engaged in. The project is funded by the Fast Track to Innovation program to develop a fully functional prototype for water quality control along with our EU partners. The project is currently running under strict deadlines with milestone deliveries. The candidate will focus on maturing the detection technique for the selected pesticides. The position is a mixture of experimental work, data analysis and interpretation of obtained results.

 

Qualifications

The successful candidate is a MSc/PhD graduate or early Post Doc researcher with a background in analytical chemistry, applied chemistry, electroanalysis and electrochemistry. The ideal candidate has to be self-driven and strongly R&D minded.

 

  • Prior experience in industry is required.
  • Prior experience in electrochemical sensing is needed.
  • Experience within chemistry and materials engineering is required.
  • Ability to work in an interdisciplinary and international environment.
  • Ability and flexibility to work in a team, and being able to work independently.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills.

 

We offer

We offer an interesting and challenging job in an international environment focusing on research and innovation, which contribute to enhancing the economy and improving societal welfare for the general public. We strive for industrial and product developing expertise, collegial respect and freedom tempered by a high level of responsibility. The position is offered until July 2020. Salary will be approximated to a public university standard.

 

Who we are

IPM is a young startup company founded in 2014 as a spinoff from the Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology at DTU. IPM’s main interest is to develop environmental sensors using patentable technology. IPM is currently focusing on developing and testing a commercial product that can provide continuous measurements of the pesticide level in water production facilities.

 

Further information

If you need further information please call us at Phone Number: +45 71908051, email: info@intpm.dk

 

Application procedure

Please submit your application no later than 31st of May, 2019. Applications must be submitted as one PDF file containing all materials to be given consideration. To apply, please send your application to info@intpm.dk. All the material should be in English and it must include: 

  • Application (cover letter)
  • CV including list of publications
  • Diploma (PhD/MSc)
  • Recommendation letter

Applications and enclosures received after the deadline will not be considered.  

All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, disability, race, religion or ethnic background are encouraged to apply.

2019-06-01T00:53:39.227 We are hiring a product developer with expertise in chemistry and material science. Join our team in our high-tech startup and have an impact on the product development! The successful candidate will be hired by IPM and located fulltime at our facility at Karlslunde. All R D activities will be conducted in our state-of-the-art laboratory. The project you will work on This position is a part of an EU project that IPM is currently engaged in. The project is funded by the Fast Track to Innovation program to develop a fully functional prototype for water quality control along with our EU partners. The project is currently running under strict deadlines with milestone deliveries. The candidate will focus on maturing the detection technique for the selected pesticides. The position is a mixture of experimental work, data analysis and interpretation of obtained results. Qualifications The successful candidate is a MSc PhD graduate or early Post Doc researcher with a background in analytical chemistry, applied chemistry, electroanalysis and electrochemistry. The ideal candidate has to be self-driven and strongly R D minded. Prior experience in industry is required. Prior experience in electrochemical sensing is needed. Experience within chemistry and materials engineering is required. Ability to work in an interdisciplinary and international environment. Ability and flexibility to work in a team, and being able to work independently. Excellent writing and communication skills. We offer We offer an interesting and challenging job in an international environment focusing on research and innovation, which contribute to enhancing the economy and improving societal welfare for the general public. We strive for industrial and product developing expertise, collegial respect and freedom tempered by a high level of responsibility. The position is offered until July 2020. Salary will be approximated to a public university standard. Who we are IPM is a young startup company founded in 2014 as a spinoff from the Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology at DTU. IPM s main interest is to develop environmental sensors using patentable technology. IPM is currently focusing on developing and testing a commercial product that can provide continuous measurements of the pesticide level in water production facilities. Further information If you need further information please call us at Phone Number: 45 71908051, email: info@intpm.dk Application procedure Please submit your application no later than 31st of May, 2019. Applications must be submitted as one PDF file containing all materials to be given consideration. To apply, please send your application to info@intpm.dk. All the material should be in English and it must include: Application (cover letter) CV including list of publications Diploma (PhD MSc) Recommendation letter Applications and enclosures received after the deadline will not be considered. All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, disability, race, religion or ethnic background are encouraged to apply.11jobnetfc86d723100000000000IDK_OFIR_02DKDanmark228DKK2019-05-31T00:00:0000010EuropaDanmarkSjælland & øerStorkøbenhavnLyngby-Taarbæk3512339IPM-INTELLIGENT POLLUTANT MONITORING ApS11Lundtoftegårdsvej 95 12800Kgs. LyngbyDKDanmark0
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8Fuldtid47Tidsbegrænset748123JobNet4977688497768810023-04-20190https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=FeedEntrySearchedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=fc86d723https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=FeedEntryDisplayCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=fc86d723https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=JobApplicationInitiatedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=fc86d723&page=ShowJob&component=SendApplicationButtonhttps://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=JobApplicationAppliedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=fc86d723&page=EmailApplyForm&component=SendApplicationButtonhttps://static.matchwork.com/company/logo/DK/ORS/SoMe/IT_Ingenioer_og_energi/Ingenioer_og_naturvidenskab/2.jpgHos IPM-INTELLIGENT POLLUTANT MONITORING ApS søger vi en medarbejder, der er frisk på nye spændende udfordringer.12008071Dansk3Læse/ tale214601Kemiingeniør20Ingeniør og naturvidenskab361556204Jafar Nooriinfo@intpm.dkDKDanmarkDKDanmark330075446SENIOR ELECTROCHEMISTRobot ABOUT SEABORG Seaborg Technologies is a start-up on the forefront of advanced and innovative nuclear reactor technology working to provide abundant, affordable and sustainable energy to the world. We have grown to become the leading molten salt reactor start-up outside of North America with an international team of 20 employees from four continents. We are actively developing the design for our Compact Molten Salt Reactor, alongside licensing and experimental validation activities of key safety and performance claims, and are currently planning a multi-million salt lab to accelerate these efforts. We are engaged with multiple stakeholders in the growing advanced reactor supply chain, primarily in East Asia. Our success is entirely due to our brilliant and passionate team of employees and experienced advisers - a team we are currently in the process of expanding with more world-class talent determined to create positive change in the world. THE ROLE We are hiring an electrochemist to play an instrumental role in establishing and growing our laboratory team. The successful candidate will hold a senior position in Seaborg s chemistry group, and will perform theoretical and experimental investigations of the chemistry and materials in molten salts at high temperatures and under irradiation. Key words include electrochemistry, salt preparation, chemical speciation, corrosion testing, reprocessing, and apparatus design. As a member of the reactor research and development team, the position will include collaboration with the reactor physics and engineering groups in Seaborg to ensure due consideration of important physical phenomena and safety considerations across all relevant disciplines. Some international travelling should be expected. RESPONSIBILITIES Seaborg employees must be able to act proactively and independently to perform a wide variety of functions that do not always correlate with experience or expertise (such as writing job advertisements). That being said, the advertised position is expected to include at least some of the following responsibilities and tasks:? Plan, organise and execute experimental campaigns to establish and validate chemical and materials properties in molten salts Design equipment and apparatus for conducting electrochemical experiments Develop, test and implement novel and established salt purification strategies Investigate speciation in molten salts using electrochemical and spectroscopic techniques Support development of on-line and off-line reprocessing schemes Carry out corrosion experiments of materials in various high temperature salts using techniques such as Tafel analysis and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy Analyse and report findings to steer design and development activities Support planning of experimental and theoretical R D activities to progress reactor design, including scheduling, costing and establishing decision criteria Support the development of robust instrumentation and control systems for monitoring and controlling the chemical and physical properties of molten salts and meet safeguards requirements Support IP development and acquisition activities Pursue compliance with regulatory requirements, including working to establish suitable standards and codes for the classification of salt-bearing systems, structures and components Interface with a diverse set of partners and stakeholders from around the world Train and supervise new employees and interns from around the world Support the identification and alleviation of operational and project development risks. REQUIREMENTS Desire to positively change the world by shaping the energy landscape of tomorrow Demonstrated ability to creatively and diligently approach and solve challenging tasks within time and budgetary constraints MSc or higher in chemistry, chemical engineering, material science, or similar PhD preferred Considerable experience with practical electrochemistry Experience working with molten salts, high temperature fluids or materials for other extreme environments in an R D environment Team player with effective communication and interpersonal skills, including fluency in English Ability to travel by plane and communicate outside of normal working hours when necessary. ?? At Seaborg we strongly value the combination of relevant experience, talent and personality traits that align with our team and overarching vision for a sustainable future. We therefore encourage applications from diverse backgrounds and are prepared to mould the job description to accommodate well-aligned candidates. OUR OFFER While our team is still small, our ambitions are not. Becoming a part of Seaborg presents a unique possibility to importantly impact and define the global energy landscape of tomorrow. We know that new ideas and influences are key to challenge the status quo and strive for continuous improvement, and so new hires can expect to importantly contribute to shaping both the technology and the future of the company.? We want to play an active role in enabling the personal and professional development of all employees so that they can evolve and grow to take on changing tasks and responsibilities. To give room for this development, we practice high work flexibility in an informal, merit-based environment without strict hierarchies. With time, we expect every employee to become an invaluable part of Seaborg and our success, and we underpin this expectation by offering all new employees stock options in the company. We are based in Denmark, a country known for its high quality of life and extensive social welfare system. That means free health care and education, generous vacation arrangements, progressive maternity and paternity leave provisions, etc. More on this at lifeindenmark.borger.dk. Our office is situated centrally in Copenhagen - a young and vibrant European capital on the Øresund coast with a thriving expat community and world-leading bicycle infrastructure.

ABOUT SEABORG

Seaborg Technologies is a start-up on the forefront of advanced and innovative nuclear reactor technology working to provide abundant, affordable and sustainable energy to the world. We have grown to become the leading molten salt reactor start-up outside of North America with an international team of 20 employees from four continents. We are actively developing the design for our Compact Molten Salt Reactor, alongside licensing and experimental validation activities of key safety and performance claims, and are currently planning a multi-million salt lab to accelerate these efforts. We are engaged with multiple stakeholders in the growing advanced reactor supply chain, primarily in East Asia. 

Our success is entirely due to our brilliant and passionate team of employees and experienced advisers - a team we are currently in the process of expanding with more world-class talent determined to create positive change in the world.

THE ROLE

We are hiring an electrochemist to play an instrumental role in establishing and growing our laboratory team. The successful candidate will hold a senior position in Seaborg’s chemistry group, and will perform theoretical and experimental investigations of the chemistry and materials in molten salts at high temperatures and under irradiation. Key words include electrochemistry, salt preparation, chemical speciation, corrosion testing, reprocessing, and apparatus design. As a member of the reactor research and development team, the position will include collaboration with the reactor physics and engineering groups in Seaborg to ensure due consideration of important physical phenomena and safety considerations across all relevant disciplines. Some international travelling should be expected.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Seaborg employees must be able to act proactively and independently to perform a wide variety of functions that do not always correlate with experience or expertise (such as writing job advertisements). That being said, the advertised position is expected to include at least some of the following responsibilities and tasks:?

  • Plan, organise and execute experimental campaigns to establish and validate chemical and materials properties in molten salts;

  • Design equipment and apparatus for conducting electrochemical experiments;

  • Develop, test and implement novel and established salt purification strategies;

  • Investigate speciation in molten salts using electrochemical and spectroscopic techniques;

  • Support development of on-line and off-line reprocessing schemes;

  • Carry out corrosion experiments of materials in various high temperature salts using techniques such as Tafel analysis and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy;

  • Analyse and report findings to steer design and development activities;

  • Support planning of experimental and theoretical R&D activities to progress reactor design, including scheduling, costing and establishing decision criteria;

  • Support the development of robust instrumentation and control systems for monitoring and controlling the chemical and physical properties of molten salts and meet safeguards requirements;

  • Support IP development and acquisition activities;

  • Pursue compliance with regulatory requirements, including working to establish suitable standards and codes for the classification of salt-bearing systems, structures and components;

  • Interface with a diverse set of partners and stakeholders from around the world;

  • Train and supervise new employees and interns from around the world;

  • Support the identification and alleviation of operational and project development risks.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Desire to positively change the world by shaping the energy landscape of tomorrow;

  • Demonstrated ability to creatively and diligently approach and solve challenging tasks within time and budgetary constraints;

  • MSc or higher in chemistry, chemical engineering, material science, or similar;

  • PhD preferred;

  • Considerable experience with practical electrochemistry;

  • Experience working with molten salts, high temperature fluids or materials for other extreme environments in an R&D environment;

  • Team player with effective communication and interpersonal skills, including fluency in English;

  • Ability to travel by plane and communicate outside of normal working hours when necessary.

??

At Seaborg we strongly value the combination of relevant experience, talent and personality traits that align with our team and overarching vision for a sustainable future. We therefore encourage applications from diverse backgrounds and are prepared to mould the job description to accommodate well-aligned candidates.

OUR OFFER

While our team is still small, our ambitions are not. Becoming a part of Seaborg presents a unique possibility to importantly impact and define the global energy landscape of tomorrow. We know that new ideas and influences are key to challenge the status quo and strive for continuous improvement, and so new hires can expect to importantly contribute to shaping both the technology and the future of the company.?

We want to play an active role in enabling the personal and professional development of all employees so that they can evolve and grow to take on changing tasks and responsibilities. To give room for this development, we practice high work flexibility in an informal, merit-based environment without strict hierarchies. With time, we expect every employee to become an invaluable part of Seaborg and our success, and we underpin this expectation by offering all new employees stock options in the company. 

We are based in Denmark, a country known for its high quality of life and extensive social welfare system. That means free health care and education, generous vacation arrangements, progressive maternity and paternity leave provisions, etc. More on this at lifeindenmark.borger.dk

Our office is situated centrally in Copenhagen - a young and vibrant European capital on the Øresund coast with a thriving expat community and world-leading bicycle infrastructure.

Seaborg ApSKøbenhavn N2019-08-20T00:00:002019-09-13T00:00:00
330075437COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRobot ABOUT SEABORG Seaborg Technologies is a start-up on the forefront of advanced and innovative nuclear reactor technology working to provide abundant, affordable and sustainable energy to the world. We have grown to become the leading molten salt reactor start-up outside of North America with an international team of 20 employees from four continents. We are actively developing the design for our Compact Molten Salt Reactor, alongside licensing and experimental validation activities of key safety and performance claims, and are currently planning a multi-million salt lab to accelerate these efforts. We are engaged with multiple stakeholders in the growing advanced reactor supply chain, primarily in East Asia. Our success is entirely due to our brilliant and passionate team of employees and experienced advisers - a team we are currently in the process of expanding with more world-class talent determined to create positive change in the world. THE ROLE We are hiring a computational chemist to strengthen our chemistry team by providing best-estimate predictions of molten salt physico-chemical properties and behaviour in contact with structural materials. The successful candidate will have a central role in the organisation by advising activities related to reactor development, experimental laboratory design, and licensing. She he will be applying a wide range of theoretical chemistry methods to compute and compare, among other things, thermophysical properties, phase diagrams, chemical speciation and corrosion behaviour of different molten salts. Our in-house supercomputer will be available for this purpose. The position will collaborate closely with technical and regulatory departments to ensure that relevant physical phenomena and safety considerations are given due consideration across all relevant activities. Some international travel should be expected. ? RESPONSIBILITIES Seaborg employees must be able to act proactively and independently to perform a wide variety of functions that do not always correlate with experience or expertise (such as writing job advertisements). That being said, the advertised position is expected to include at least some of the following responsibilities and tasks:? Plan, organise and execute theoretical and computational work to establish properties of molten salts and fission products, and perform validation of said computations Plan experimental campaigns to substantiate and validate computational chemistry results Employ a wide range of computational chemistry methods to investigate thermophysical properties, speciation, phase diagrams, corrosion behaviour, etc., of molten salts and fission products Develop models using techniques such as molecular dynamics, density functional theory and Gibbs free-energy minimisation to predict molten salt and fission product behaviour Analyse and report findings to steer design, development and licensing activities Support reactor physics and engineering teams by providing validated computational data describing salt properties and corrosion, and its precision Support planning of experimental and computational R D activities to progress reactor design, including scheduling, costing and establishing decision criteria Leverage experimental data to validate and improve computational chemistry models Participate in grant applications, including funding for PhD students and post-docs, access to beamlines, and multi-million-euro game-changing projects Train new employees and interns from around the world Interact with a diverse set of partners and stakeholders from around the world Support IP development and acquisition activities Support the identification and alleviation of operational and project development risks. REQUIREMENTS Desire to positively change the world by shaping the energy landscape of tomorrow Demonstrated ability to diligently approach and solve challenging tasks within time and budgetary constraints MSc or higher in chemistry, applied physics, chemical engineering, or similar, PhD preferred Experience modelling molten salts, ionic liquids or high temperature fluids preferred Experience with computational chemistry software (e.g. FactSage, Thermo-Calc, HSC Chemistry, etc.) and or generating models using programming languages Team player with effective communication and interpersonal skills, including fluency in English Ability to work independently on difficult tasks while knowing how and when to seek assistance Ability to travel by plane and communicate outside of normal working hours when necessary. ? At Seaborg we strongly value the combination of relevant experience, talent and personality traits that align with our team and overarching vision for a sustainable future. We therefore encourage applications from diverse backgrounds and are prepared to mould the job description to accommodate exceptionally well-aligned candidates. OUR OFFER While our team is still small, our ambitions are not. Becoming a part of Seaborg presents a unique possibility to importantly impact and define the global energy landscape of tomorrow. We know that new ideas and influences are key to challenge the status quo and strive for continuous improvement, and so new hires can expect to importantly contribute to shaping both the technology and the future of the company.? We want to play an active role in enabling the personal and professional development of all employees so that they can evolve and grow to take on changing tasks and responsibilities. To give room for this development, we practice high work flexibility in an informal, merit-based environment without strict hierarchies. With time, we expect every employee to become an invaluable part of Seaborg and our success, and we underpin this expectation by offering all new employees stock options in the company. We are based in Denmark, a country known for its high quality of life and extensive social welfare system. That means free health care and education, generous vacation arrangements, progressive maternity and paternity leave provisions, etc. More on this at lifeindenmark.borger.dk. Our office is situated centrally in Copenhagen - a young and vibrant European capital on the Øresund coast with a thriving expat community and world-leading bicycle infrastructure.

ABOUT SEABORG

Seaborg Technologies is a start-up on the forefront of advanced and innovative nuclear reactor technology working to provide abundant, affordable and sustainable energy to the world. We have grown to become the leading molten salt reactor start-up outside of North America with an international team of 20 employees from four continents. We are actively developing the design for our Compact Molten Salt Reactor, alongside licensing and experimental validation activities of key safety and performance claims, and are currently planning a multi-million salt lab to accelerate these efforts. We are engaged with multiple stakeholders in the growing advanced reactor supply chain, primarily in East Asia. 

Our success is entirely due to our brilliant and passionate team of employees and experienced advisers - a team we are currently in the process of expanding with more world-class talent determined to create positive change in the world.

THE ROLE

We are hiring a computational chemist to strengthen our chemistry team by providing best-estimate predictions of molten salt physico-chemical properties and behaviour in contact with structural materials. The successful candidate will have a central role in the organisation by advising activities related to reactor development, experimental laboratory design, and licensing. She/he will be applying a wide range of theoretical chemistry methods to compute and compare, among other things, thermophysical properties, phase diagrams, chemical speciation and corrosion behaviour of different molten salts. Our in-house supercomputer will be available for this purpose. The position will collaborate closely with technical and regulatory departments to ensure that relevant physical phenomena and safety considerations are given due consideration across all relevant activities. Some international travel should be expected.

?

RESPONSIBILITIES

Seaborg employees must be able to act proactively and independently to perform a wide variety of functions that do not always correlate with experience or expertise (such as writing job advertisements). That being said, the advertised position is expected to include at least some of the following responsibilities and tasks:?

  • Plan, organise and execute theoretical and computational work to establish properties of molten salts and fission products, and perform validation of said computations;

  • Plan experimental campaigns to substantiate and validate computational chemistry results;

  • Employ a wide range of computational chemistry methods to investigate thermophysical properties, speciation, phase diagrams, corrosion behaviour, etc., of molten salts and fission products;

  • Develop models using techniques such as molecular dynamics, density functional theory and Gibbs free-energy minimisation to predict molten salt and fission product behaviour;

  • Analyse and report findings to steer design, development and licensing activities;

  • Support reactor physics and engineering teams by providing validated computational data describing salt properties and corrosion, and its precision;

  • Support planning of experimental and computational R&D activities to progress reactor design, including scheduling, costing and establishing decision criteria;

  • Leverage experimental data to validate and improve computational chemistry models;

  • Participate in grant applications, including funding for PhD students and post-docs, access to beamlines, and multi-million-euro game-changing projects;

  • Train new employees and interns from around the world;

  • Interact with a diverse set of partners and stakeholders from around the world;

  • Support IP development and acquisition activities;

  • Support the identification and alleviation of operational and project development risks.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Desire to positively change the world by shaping the energy landscape of tomorrow;

  • Demonstrated ability to diligently approach and solve challenging tasks within time and budgetary constraints;

  • MSc or higher in chemistry, applied physics, chemical engineering, or similar, PhD preferred;

  • Experience modelling molten salts, ionic liquids or high temperature fluids preferred;

  • Experience with computational chemistry software (e.g. FactSage, Thermo-Calc, HSC Chemistry, etc.) and/or generating models using programming languages;

  • Team player with effective communication and interpersonal skills, including fluency in English;

  • Ability to work independently on difficult tasks while knowing how and when to seek assistance;

  • Ability to travel by plane and communicate outside of normal working hours when necessary.

?

At Seaborg we strongly value the combination of relevant experience, talent and personality traits that align with our team and overarching vision for a sustainable future. We therefore encourage applications from diverse backgrounds and are prepared to mould the job description to accommodate exceptionally well-aligned candidates.

OUR OFFER

While our team is still small, our ambitions are not. Becoming a part of Seaborg presents a unique possibility to importantly impact and define the global energy landscape of tomorrow. We know that new ideas and influences are key to challenge the status quo and strive for continuous improvement, and so new hires can expect to importantly contribute to shaping both the technology and the future of the company.?

We want to play an active role in enabling the personal and professional development of all employees so that they can evolve and grow to take on changing tasks and responsibilities. To give room for this development, we practice high work flexibility in an informal, merit-based environment without strict hierarchies. With time, we expect every employee to become an invaluable part of Seaborg and our success, and we underpin this expectation by offering all new employees stock options in the company. 

We are based in Denmark, a country known for its high quality of life and extensive social welfare system. That means free health care and education, generous vacation arrangements, progressive maternity and paternity leave provisions, etc. More on this at lifeindenmark.borger.dk

Our office is situated centrally in Copenhagen - a young and vibrant European capital on the Øresund coast with a thriving expat community and world-leading bicycle infrastructure.

Seaborg ApSKøbenhavn N2019-08-20T00:00:002019-09-13T00:00:00
330069183Technician for QC ChemistryRobot Technician for QC Chemistry, working with Raw Materials and Chromtagraphic analysis Join a dynamic and international company where everyone is responsible for delivering right on time as one team! QC Chemistry is looking for a Technician in a new position, covering two areas: 1) Raw material for manufacturing and 2) Chromatographic analysis to support manufacturing and stability studies. At AGC Biologics A S (AGC) we work with the development of biopharmaceutical manufacturing processes and GMP manufacturing of biopharmaceutical proteins for both clinical testing and marketing. Since we are a contract manufacturing organization a high level of service to our clients is in focus. The Department The QC department at AGC Biologics includes three functional groups: QC Bioassay, QC Chemistry, and QC Microbiology. The QC groups are responsible for supporting the production of new biopharmaceuticals by controlling raw materials, performing analytical methods, planning and executing stability programs and validating various analytical procedures according to ICH guidelines from clinical phase I to phase III and commercial. Within this broad working area and with various biopharmaceuticals, QC works in close collaboration with departments across the organization to gain control of all steps in the manufacturing processes. Tasks and Responsibilities As a Technician in QC Chemistry, Raw Materials and Chromatographic you will be responsible for the sampling and NIR testing of raw materials to manufacturing, as well as performing HPLC analyses, such as RP-HPLC, SE-HPLC, HI-HPLC, cIEX-HPLC, CE-SDS and iCIEF analyses. The position requires 2-3 days in raw materials and 2-3 days in Chromatographic analysis on a weekly basis. QC Chemistry performs both raw material control for manufacturing, analyses of the production and stability studies of the API and validation of analytical methods for clinical phase I II and III. The work is conducted in accordance with cGMP. You will be responsible for equipment in QC and are to ensure that existing procedures and guidelines are being followed. Your Profile We expect you to hold a degree as Laboratory Technician or similar and that you bring several years of work experience within raw materials and or in analytical development or quality control. In addition, we expect you to have: Experience with sampling of Raw materials. Experience with NIR analyses of raw materials. Technical experience in (U)HPLC analyses, iCIEF and or CE-SDS. Experience with working in a GMP environment. Good communication and interpersonal skills. An ability to interact positively within a team and in close collaboration with other working areas when needed. Applicants with practical experience in Raw materials and or HPLC, iCIEF and or CE-SDS analyses will be preferred. It is important that you have a self-driven personality with a pragmatic attitude and approach to the daily work - without compromising quality. Furthermore, you thrive in a challenging and dynamic environment and enjoy a rapid pace of work. You bring a positive, can-do attitude and a good sense of humor. AGC offers AGC offers a dynamic working place with good opportunities of working with a varied array of tasks and challenges. You will get insight into and experience with the way various departments in a contract manufacturing organization interact in order to achieve success. Further, exciting and challenging assignments will constantly come your way, and you will to a large extend be able to plan your daily work yourself. AGC offers an informal working environment, where humor is part of the daily work life. We respect each other and our individual differences. AGC s employees have a flexible attitude and we help each other to reach deadlines together as a team. Please submit your application as soon as possible and not later than August 25th 2019. We review the applications continuously, and qualified applicants can expect to be invited to an interview before the deadline. For further information regarding the position, please do not hesitate to contact Director, QC Chemistry, Iben Schildt Sørensen, telephone 45 2294 2949.

Technician for QC Chemistry, working with Raw Materials and Chromtagraphic analysis 

Join a dynamic and international company where everyone is responsible for delivering right on time as one team! 

QC Chemistry is looking for a Technician in a new position, covering two areas: 1) Raw material for manufacturing and 2) Chromatographic analysis to support manufacturing and stability studies. 

At AGC Biologics A / S (AGC) we work with the development of biopharmaceutical manufacturing processes and GMP manufacturing of biopharmaceutical proteins for both clinical testing and marketing. Since we are a contract manufacturing organization a high level of service to our clients is in focus.

 

The Department

The QC department at AGC Biologics includes three functional groups: QC Bioassay, QC Chemistry, and QC Microbiology. The QC groups are responsible for supporting the production of new biopharmaceuticals by controlling raw materials, performing analytical methods, planning and executing stability programs and validating various analytical procedures according to ICH guidelines from clinical phase I to phase III and commercial.

Within this broad working area and with various biopharmaceuticals, QC works in close collaboration with departments across the organization to gain control of all steps in the manufacturing processes. 

 

Tasks and Responsibilities

As a Technician in QC Chemistry, Raw Materials and Chromatographic you will be responsible for the sampling and NIR testing of raw materials to manufacturing, as well as performing HPLC analyses, such as RP-HPLC, SE-HPLC, HI-HPLC, cIEX-HPLC, CE-SDS and iCIEF analyses. 

The position requires 2-3 days in raw materials and 2-3 days in Chromatographic analysis on a weekly basis.  

QC Chemistry performs both raw material control for manufacturing, analyses of the production and stability studies of the API and validation of analytical methods for clinical phase I/II and III. The work is conducted in accordance with cGMP. You will be responsible for equipment in QC and are to ensure that existing procedures and guidelines are being followed.

 

Your Profile

We expect you to hold a degree as Laboratory Technician or similar and that you bring several years of work experience within raw materials and/or in analytical development or quality control. In addition, we expect you to have:

  • Experience with sampling of Raw materials.

  • Experience with NIR analyses of raw materials.

  • Technical experience in (U)HPLC analyses, iCIEF and/or CE-SDS.

  • Experience with working in a GMP environment.

  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.

  • An ability to interact positively within a team and in close collaboration with other working areas when needed.

Applicants with practical experience in Raw materials and/or HPLC, iCIEF and/or CE-SDS analyses will be preferred.

It is important that you have a self-driven personality with a pragmatic attitude and approach to the daily work - without compromising quality. Furthermore, you thrive in a challenging and dynamic environment and enjoy a rapid pace of work. You bring a positive, can-do attitude and a good sense of humor.

 

AGC offers

AGC offers a dynamic working place with good opportunities of working with a varied array of tasks and challenges. You will get insight into and experience with the way various departments in a contract manufacturing organization interact in order to achieve success. Further, exciting and challenging assignments will constantly come your way, and you will to a large extend be able to plan your daily work yourself. AGC offers an informal working environment, where humor is part of the daily work life. We respect each other and our individual differences. AGC’s employees have a flexible attitude and we help each other to reach deadlines together as a team. 

Please submit your application as soon as possible and not later than August 25th 2019. We review the applications continuously, and qualified applicants can expect to be invited to an interview before the deadline. 

For further information regarding the position, please do not hesitate to contact Director, QC Chemistry, Iben Schildt Sørensen, telephone +45 2294 2949.

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