Start: End January 2020
Application deadline: 22nd November
Concawe is looking for a research associate to support the activities of the Fuels Quality & Emissions Management Group, especially in relation to the JEC Consortium (JRC / EUCAR and Concawe).
Who are we?
Concawe is the science division of an international non-profit making association (European Petroleum Refiners Association aisbl) whose mission is to provide research & technical support to the EU downstream oil refining industry in the study of environmental, health, safety and testing issues relating to the refining of crude oil and the distribution and use of petroleum products, with the aim of improving the understanding of these issues by the industry, authorities, users and other interested parties.
The Association represents the interests of 40 Companies operating petroleum refineries in the EU. Members account for almost 100% of EU petroleum refining capacity and more than 75% of EU motor fuel retail sales. In addition, a wide variety of research is undertaken by Concawe in partnership with universities, research institutes and expert consultants to better understand controls on water use and emissions, the fate and effects of substances used and produced by the sector and the implications of proposed changes in EU legislation.
What do we offer?
What do we expect from you?
The role of the Research Associate for Fuels & Modelling includes input to specific data analysis and research activities (as detailed underneath) in support of Concawe’s Economics & Modelling (Energy & CO2) and Fuels Quality & Emissions Science Executives. Modelling and fuel expertise is key to this Research Associate position and the work is directly linked to Concawe’s activities in the Low Carbon Pathways Joint Group and the Fuels and Emissions Management Group.
What is your professional profile?
What is your report line? Science Executive for Economics & Modelling
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|Title||Research Associate Fuels & Modelling|
|Job location||Boulevard du Souverain 165, 1160 Bruxelles|
|Published||October 28, 2019|
|Application deadline||November 22, 2019|
|Job types||Researcher,   Research assistant  |
|Fields||Energy Technology,   Technology Management,   Petroleum Engineering,   Quality Assurance Engineering,   Management  |