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Job Title: Site Process Chemist
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: UK - England - West Midlands, Staffordshire
Industry:
Salary: £25,000 - £30,000
REF: 114734
Contact Name: James Pearson
Contact Email: jpearson@allen-york.com
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Role

 

Our client has been a leading innovator in the UK waste industry for the past ten years and with growth year on year the company is rapidly growing.

 

The company is driven by a commitment to support all colleagues with the tools and authority they need to achieve their goals, so opportunities for career progression are greater than ever.

 

Duties

 

To receive, conformance check, label and complete associated paperwork within scope of the acceptance, storage and dispatch of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes.

To sample, compatibility test, batch and supervise bulking/stabilisation processing of waste materials.

 

Essential Experience

 

Minimum of 5 years experience within the Non Hazardous and Hazardous waste industry (we may accept fewer years with other process chemical experience) including:

  • Sampling and checking of containerised waste (drum reception)
  • Checking and completion of incoming and outgoing waste paperwork
  • Preparation of waste labels for incoming and outgoing wastes
  • Compatibility testing and batching of waste materials for processing
  • Supervising bulking and blending operations

Skills

  • Computer literate with fluency in all Microsoft applications
  • Ability to communicate well with others
  • Comfortable working within a team and contributing to its success
  • Comfortable working on your own using your own initiative
  • Work logically and make reasoned decisions based on experience and objective information
  • Work safely and set this example to others

Advantageous Qualifications

  • Health and safety training, i.e. IOSH
  • Counter Balance Fork Lift Truck license

Advantageous Qualifications

 

HND or higher in Chemistry or related subject

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