Our mission and your passion
We are true believers in the necessity of sustainable green energy and we believe that there is an inextricable close tie between the abundance of accessible energy in the world, and the well being of our civilization.
We are looking for a chemical engineer with several years of experience with analysis methods, electro chemistry, material properties and corrosion experiments. In this job it is your responsibility to run our speciality salts production lines and subsequent tests and continue to improve the quality of the product in light of the cost and the market feedback. We produce FLiNaK, LiF-ThF4 and other speciality salts at very high purity and sell them on the global market
Who are you?
Curiosity is part of our culture and how we train every day as a team to become world champions of our mission. We are very curious of who you are and what purpose you have in life. What is your story and what are your dreams? As team players we depend on each other whether big or small projects and delivery. Hence, we make a huge effort to keep our promises and deadlines because it affects all of us. Our work pace can be intense at times due to our high ambitions, and errors can be expensive. However, if you like to be challenged Copenhagen Atomics might be the right place to work for you.
We expect you have several years of experience working in labs with chemical analysis, quality control, process improvements. It is a significant advantage if you have experience with fluoride or chloride chemistry and salts. You will be responsible for a team of 4 employees who all work on making our product offering the best in the world of speciality salts for molten salt systems.
You can apply at firstname.lastname@example.org Please send your CV along with 10 - 20 lines about yourself and your experience with chemical analysis, quality control, process improvements, etc.
About Copenhagen Atomics
Based in Copenhagen we’re an international growth team of 50+ engineers, technicians and designers who are in the process of developing nuclear power plants to be manufactured on assembly lines in the future. We expect many new colleagues to join our company within the next 5 years as we expand our breadth and capabilities even further.