Chemical Safety Specialist at KAUST, Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia (SA)
Competitive Salary, Travel and reallocation allowance. Housing and schools part of the benefits
Closing date
Jul 7, 2022

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Excellent job opportunity on the shores of the Red Sea.

The Chemical Safety Specialist will oversee the management of chemicals. You will train people in the safe use of chemicals, respond to spills and emergencies, perform laboratory inspections, lead risk assessment and service activities involving chemicals, and investigate accidents and injuries that involve chemicals. 

You will manage the hazardous materials programs at KAUST to ensure safe and proper use, handling, transport, storage, and disposal of hazardous materials. 

As the Chemical Safety Specialist you will lead Chemical safety oversight in research across campus, and in programs such as clean combustion, catalysis, petroleum engineering, advanced membranes, porous materials, Nano-fabrication, clean rooms, bioscience and marine research.

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King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia. About 7000 employees. Academic research center with collaboration in petroleum industry.

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