Auto req ID67946BRJob TitleResearch Assistant ExperimentationCountry of Work LocationIndiaCity, State (if applicable)Bangalore, KarnatakaWork LocationShell Technology Centre - BangaloreCompany DescriptionShell began operations in India more than 80 years ago. At Shell India, we invest in our people through our industry-leading development programme, which sees our employees thrive and gain access to experts on a local and global level. To date, we have invested more than US$ 1 billion already in India’s energy sector alone in socially and environmentally responsible ways. It is the only global major to have a fuel retail license in India. The Shell Technology Centre Bangalore, STCB, is one of the three global hubs for technology in the Projects & Technology business of Royal Dutch Shell. In addition, we supply crude, chemicals and technology to public and private sector oil companies, and our Chennai Business Centre provides a wide range of finance, accounting and business services to Shell globally.Job DescriptionAccountabilitiesExecute exploratory experiments related to electrochemistry, synthesis of electrocatalysts, in a safe and effective manner as per appropriate safety procedures.Execute electrochemical experiments using numerous techniques such as potentiostats, rotating disk electrode, glass reactors, autoclaves with high precision of data generation.Sample (electrode) preparation for electrochemical experiments with precision and repeatability and reproducibility. Execute proof of concept ideas/experiments.Be the owner for all equipment in the relevant area; responsible for ensuring smooth functioning of equipment and all related documentationOperation of process control and data acquisition systems, where relevantEnsure cost efficiency by warranting high availability of testing equipment.Timely delivery of validated and reduced data/reports to project leader.Responsible for putting together simple experimental units, modifying experimental units and maintaining all required documentation.Special ChallengesWorking safely and effective handling of chemicals.Work independently and commitment for work delivery on time.Ability to understand the purpose and underlying ideas in experiments.Good team working skills.Seamless co-operation with colleagues across organizational boundariesRequirementsBachelor's/Master’s degree in chemistry/engineering/ Electrochemistry with at least 2 years industrial experience (experience in electrochemistry & synthesis preferred).Meticulous working attitude to ensure precision of results and safe working in a broad area of exploration with catalyst testing.Hands on experience in working with electronic, chemical & mechanical equipment is a very strong asset for this roleGood oral and written communication skills.Good interpersonal communication and team-working skillsComputer skills with strong proficiency in Microsoft office, especially in excel to handle spread sheets.Hands-on electro-chemistry knowledge and operation of analytical equipment is essentialNo. of Positions1Disclaimer Please note: We occasionally amend or withdraw Shell jobs and reserve the right to do so at any time, including prior to the advertised closing date.Before applying, you are advised to read our data protection policy. This policy describes the processing that may be associated with your personal data and informs you that your personal data may be transferred to Royal Dutch/Shell Group companies around the world.The Shell Group and its approved recruitment consultants will never ask you for a fee to process or consider your application for a career with Shell. Anyone who demands such a fee is not an authorised Shell representative and you are strongly advised to refuse any such demand.Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer.Removal Date09-Feb-2018
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