CTTÉI is recruiting!

Are you interested in clean processes?

The Centre de transfert technologique en écologie industrielle (CTTÉI) is looking for a project manager for its research work related to clean processes (including hydrothermal oxidation and supercritical CO2 extraction). Under the supervision of the Project Leader - Clean Processes and the Technical Director, the main tasks of the Project Leader will be to :

  • Carry out the tasks set out in the research programme;
  • Plan and supervise laboratory tests (carried out by technicians);
  • Compile and interpret the results;
  • Write technical reports and carry out the financial follow-up of projects;
  • Assist in the implementation of pilot and industrial scale processes at customer sites;
  • Ensure the transfer of information to and feedback from clients;
  • Carry out a scientific watch;
  • Collaborate on various projects related to residual materials.

Education and previous experience

  • Undergraduate university education in chemical engineering, process engineering or similar;
  • Graduate or postgraduate university training in engineering or similar;
  • 5 Years experience in process engineering/chemical engineering (an asset);
  • Experience with process modeling software (e.g. Aspen or Prosim) (an asset);
  • Ability to perform material and energy balances, energy optimisation and thermodynamics calculations.

Profile sought

  • Rigour and quality;
  • Enjoy teamwork within a multidisciplinary group;
  • Autonomy, proactivity, intellectual curiosity;
  • Mastery of English.

Working conditions

  • Located in Sorel-Tracy, the clean process project manager is called upon to travel occasionally;
  • Full time (35 hours/week);
  • Salary (based on experience and qualifications) with benefits;
  • Start date: July 3, 2017.

Submission of applications

Please send your application (resume and cover letter) by e-mail no later than 4:00 p.m. on May 31, 2017 to the following e-mail address: info@cttei.com. Only profiles that correspond to our needs will be considered.

Note: Only the masculine gender is used in this document to lighten the text. The position is open to both men and women without discrimination.