Accessibility Links
  • Job reference: RMS0099970

Lab Technician

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Location: Chester
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 21/10/2011
  • Time left:
    d h m s
This vacancy has now expired.
Send jobs like this to my email
The Company:
Our client is one of the world's largest integrated energy companies conducting business in countries all around the globe. They are engaged in every aspect of the crude oil & natural gas industry, including exploration & production, manufacturing, marketing & transportation, chemicals manufacturing & sales, geothermal, power generation, renewables & advanced technologies.

The Role:
Perform a range of standard & non-standard analytical tests in support of Downstream/Upstream R&D & manufacturing operations, working with some supervision, as required.

Elemental experience or someone that is very well versed in the use of ICP-OES and WDXRF.

We will consider candidates that have Industrial Experience / Recent Graduate experience within a lab environment. This is a contract role.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
•BSc or HNC in Chemistry/Physics or related subjects strongly preferred with experience
•Previous experience in the use of ICP-OES and/or WDXRF in analytical lab environments
•Basic lab skills with attention to detail & quality
•Aptitude for instrumental analysis
•Experience in calibration, standards preparation & troubleshooting required
•Method validation experience
•General computing skills necessary for instrument operation, word processors, spreadsheets & electronic communications a plus.
Similar jobs
Tim Williams
Gateline Customer Service Assistant Location Birmingham, West Midlands Duration ongoing The Role: Our client is a train service operator who are...
Scott Webb
Afloat Services Engineer Location Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire Duration staff The Role: The Afloat Services Engineer is responsible for...
Andrew Pritchard
Field Service Engineer (marine) Location Aberdeen Duration staff The Role: Role Outline You will be required to perform the...

Back to Top