BASF Process Engineer for the Area of Adsorption (m/f) in Ludwigshafen, Germany
Responsibility from day one in a challenging work environment and "on-the-job" training as part of a committed team.
Support of all employees by using different measures to ensure the balance of professional and private life.
Competitive compensation including attractive benefits as well as excellent career opportunities in an international company.
DepartmentDescriptionLudwigshafen is the world's largest integrated chemical complex and home to BASF Group headquarters. Located in the heart of Europe's Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region, you will find this to be an attractive place for both work and play.
Learn more about BASF SE at http://on.basf.com/HeadquartersProjectDescriptionProcess Engineer for the Area of Adsorption (m/f)RequirementDescription
You have a degree in chemical engineering or process engineering, on which you earned above-average marks, and ideally also have a doctorate.
You have solid knowledge and skills in the field of fluid separation processes, especially adsorption and chromatography.
You actively participate within the team, contributing your expertise and ideas in order to achieve goals together and secure long-term successes for the company.
You are able to develop creative solutions independently and to advance processes of change.
TaskDescriptionThe Adsorption and Ion Exchange competence center at BASF develops process engineering solutions for treating gases and liquids.
You will develop process concepts for new processes or to optimize existing production facilities and plants in the fields of adsorption, ion exchange and chromatography.
To this end, you will assume responsibility within the project team from the first idea through conceptualization, modeling and layout of the unit and up to operational implementation.
You will plan and handle experiments in the lab from the first screening through to the system at the technical center.
In addition, you will track and evaluate new methods and market trends, competitors' activities and issues of patent law.
You will be supported in the process by a network of contacts from operational and central units as well as scholarly and scientific partners.
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