Ürögi Fasor 2/A
Position for ANALYTICAL CHEMIST
If you have a solid analytical chemistry background, and want to play an important part in both development and production, in cooperation with creative developers and process-oriented production teams, then you could be the new colleague we are currently looking for!
At FOSS, you will be part of an innovative environment, where there are many opportunities for research and development. We are leaders within our field, and thus you can expect exciting challenges, you will be part of our most strategical projects. We focus greatly on teamwork and cooperation.
Each project team works in close cooperation through all the developments steps/phases. We work with a broad range of technologies, both well established and innovative/ground breaking.
You will be the analytical expert, who provides validated reference analysis results for the projects, with the purpose of coordinating our research projects from idea to final product.
Furthermore, you may play a role in ensuring that our quality control procedures are successfully implemented at our reagent production site.
Be part of our projects from start
You will be a part of our development projects and you will be responsible for
- Design and conduct standardized reference analysis protocols
- Plan, coordinate and implement new analytical methods to help project developments
- Ensure, optimize and supervise costs through the analytical measurements
- Operation of the laboratory protocol system (from documentation to presentation)
Specific knowledge and quality focused attitude wanted
In order to be well prepared for the previously mentioned reference analysis projects, we are looking for a candidate that
- holds an engineering and/or chemist background
- has experience in analytical chemistry
- has experience in working in an accredited laboratory
- has good project management skills
- has a routine in laboratory administration
What will make the person successful in the job? Remember to be open minded!
We would like you to have strong communication skills and great coordination skills, as well as a desire to be part of a team.
- Be innovative, have a curious mind and thrive on challenges
- Be self-driven, but value a strong team and the effort to share knowledge
- Be able to combine an analytical and experimental approach
- Be accountable and precise
What makes this position special compared to similar ones?
We offer a challenging job in an innovative company that is a world leader in its field. You will get the opportunity to work with the most advanced technologies. FOSS has a flat organizational structure. Thus, you will work closely with several managers.
Accommodation for 3 months in the event of relocate.
Send your application using the link below.
All applications for vacant positions will be welcomed and considered on the relative merits of the applicant against the role profile for the position regardless of race, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, family status, age, or religion.
In case you wish to know more about the position you are welcome to contact Adrienn Palik, HR Consultant; phone +36 20 293 6339.
The company “Soft Flow” was founded in the USA in 1988 and moved to Hungary in 1992. Soft Flow is the leading biotechnology company in the fields of flow cytometry and food/feed safety with 20 years of experience in R&D and cooperation with the market leaders in the flow cytometry and also in the food/feed safety industry. Soft flow is placed in Pécs and employs over 20 highly qualified staff - and is growing steadily (Read more on www.softflow.hu).
In 2016, Soft Flow was bought by FOSS. FOSS is a Danish owned company and is known throughout the world for efficient, analytical solutions that help to improve both food quality and safety in the global food market.
FOSS employs more than 1400 people working all over the world. The analytical instruments are marketed and sold through a global network of sales subsidiaries in 28 countries and by more than 75 dedicated distributors spread over Europe, North, South and Central America, Africa, Asia, and Australia.