Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)

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    Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)

    The Hague Holanda

    Hace 14 horas

    Al menos 5 años de experiencia, jornada completa, contrato de duración determinada, salario 80.000€

    Requirements: Knowledge and Skills Education Essential: • A relevant postgraduate degree in combination with a minimum of 5 years qualifying experience. or • A first level degree in combination with a minimum of 7years qualifying experience. or • Certified relevant training together with extensive relevant technical background and a minimum of 13 years’ experience may also be considered. AC: relevant degrees would be in the fields of chemistry with sub-specialisation in synthetic or analytical chemistry. CPT: relevant degrees would be in the fields of chemistry, chemical engineering, or other closely allied subjects. CWMS: relevant degrees would be in the fields of science and engineering (with background in Chemical Weapons), EOD-expertise is highly desirable as are additional qualifications in Chem-EOD HSS: relevant degrees would be in the fields of health science, paramedic practice or other closely related subjects. Competencies: All candidates will be required to demonstrate throughout the selection process competence in the following areas: • Dealing with complex issues, interpretation and adaptation of procedures and guidelines to cover unfamiliar situations; • Working harmoniously in a multicultural environment. Excellent negotiating skills, conflict management skills and ability to enhance the effectiveness of a team. • Working in diverse environment and with demanding travel schedules. • Excellent computer skills. In addition to the above, the following competencies will be tested at interview: • Integrity • Professionalism • Respect for diversity • Communication • Team Work • Planning & Organising • Accountability • Judgement and Decision Making A range of relevant technical competencies will be tested during the selection process. Desirable Experience: CPT: Experience of regulatory regimes with an audit or inspection component. AC: Experience of working with high-hazard materials or experience in synthetic chemistry is desirable. Applicants with a knowledge and understanding of chemical production plants or knowledge of analytical techniques such as NMR, IR, LC-MS and ICP are particularly welcome. CWMS: Proven Track record in CBRN-Reconnaissance and/or EOD & IEDD operations would be a strong asset. HSS: Experience of managing complex risks in a high hazard environment or formal qualifications in Health & Safety. Experience: Essential: CPT: Relevant work experience in the chemical industry including chemical process operations, plant design, chemical process development, process safety engineering and evaluation, research and development, or related technical functions. AC: Technical and practical expertise in GC-MS analysis, including instrument troubleshooting, chemical identification and chemical profiling. Such experience will typically be gained in industry or a government research institute. CWMS: Working experience in the field of (single or combined): Chemical Demilitarisation, Old or Abandoned Chemical Weapons identification/handling, CBRN response, EOD operations, and CW detection/monitoring. HSS: Significant experience of emergency medical care gained in either a civilian or military context Previous work experience in a forensics role or investigation is an asset, as well as sensitive site exploitation. Languages: Fluency in English is essential and a good working knowledge of one of the other official languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish) is desirable.