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Engineering Doctorate Traineeship in Product, Process and Equipment Design

Geplaatst 10 apr. 2024
Delen:
Werkervaring
0 tot 2 jaar
Full-time / part-time
Full-time
Salaris
€ 2.618 per maand
Soort opleiding
Taalvereisten
Engels (Vloeiend)
Nederlands (Vloeiend)
Deadline
1 mei. 2024 00:00

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Kick off your career in the process industry (chemicals, energy, food, pharma) in Delft. As an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) trainee in Process and Equipment Design at the world-class institute TU Delft. Apply now!

Job description

Join a unique programme, where you can apply your technical knowledge to projects with major players in the process industry at a doctorate level.

Our Engineering Doctorate (EngD) programme in (Product-driven) Process and Equipment Design will train you to design fit-for-purpose, first-of-its-kind products, processes and equipment. In addition to deepening and broadening your knowledge, you will learn about multi-disciplinary problem-solving, project management and functioning in multicultural teams. You’ll also gain expertise in process development, conceptual design and engineering. In your first year, you’ll follow advanced courses in engineering and gamma disciplines and you’ll participate in a group design project. During your second year, you’ll execute an individual design project at, or in close collaboration with, a partner in the process industry. Here’s where your industrial and academic knowledge will truly be tested as you apply it in the real world. Our projects cover product, process and/or equipment design in the areas of oil & gas, energy, base & specialty chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and the food industry.

You’ll be working in an inspiring international scientific ecosystem with fellow trainees from all over the world. If all goes well, this two-year position will lead to an Engineering Doctorate degree, focused on integrating several disciplines to innovatively design processes and process equipment. This expertise is in demand and you’ll enjoy great prospects for a professional future career in the Dutch and international industries.

Requirements

Fascinated by process design and development and the application of technology, you’re seeking a career in the process industry (chemicals, energy, food, pharma). Hungry for European work experience, you’re looking to study and work in an ambitious international team. Your English is excellent, of course, and you have an open, creative mind and a critical attitude.

You also have:

  • A MSc Degree in Chemical Engineering, Biochemical Engineering or Physical Technology.
  • Alternatively, a MSc Degree in Mechanical Engineering or Sustainable Energy Technology with a specialisation related to chemical engineering, such as industrial process equipment and energy systems.
  • Or, a MSc degree in Applied Earth Sciences, with a specialisation in raw material processing or petroleum engineering.
  • Another relevant qualification, within the discretion of the Selection Committee.

Conditions of employment

The successful candidate will receive a 1-year contract from the Delft University of Technology with a 1-year extension and a gross monthly salary of €2,618.- for 40 hours per week. TU Delft’s benefits and other employment conditions follow the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities. We offer a customisable compensation package, discounts for health insurance and sports memberships, and a monthly work cost contribution.

TU Delft

Delft University of Technology has a strong foundation. As the builder of the world-famous Dutch waterworks and pioneer in biotech, TU Delft is a top international university that combines science, engineering and design. TU Delft stands for world-class education, research and innovation to meet challenges in the fields of energy, climate, mobility, health and digital society. Generations of Delft engineers have proven to be entrepreneurial problem solvers in business and social contexts. At TU Delft we embrace diversity and strive to be as inclusive as possible (see our code of conduct). Together we devise and develop solutions that have a positive impact on a global scale.

Challenge. Change. Impact!

Department

With more than 1,000 employees, including 135 pioneering principal investigators, and approximately 3,400 passionate students, the Faculty of Applied Sciences is an inspiring scientific ecosystem. Our faculty focuses on key technologies, such as quantum and nanotechnology, photonics, biotechnology, synthetic biology, and energy storage and conversion materials, providing solutions to key problems of the 21st century. To this end, we train students in broad Bachelor's and specialist Master's programs with a strong research component. Our scientists conduct pioneering fundamental and applied research in the fields of Life and Health Science & Technology, Nanoscience, Chemical Engineering, Radiation Science & Technology and Engineering Physics. We are also training the next generation of high school teachers and science educators.

As part of the Faculty of Applied Sciences, the Chemical Engineering department (www.cheme.tudelft.nl) conducts fundamental and applied research that focuses on chemical-technological innovations. In addition, the education department in the BSc and MSc programs Molecular Science &; Technology and Chemical Engineering and the EngD programs Chemical Engineering. The department consists of approximately 300 employees: professors, associate professors, postdocs, PhD candidates and students who are supported by technical and administrative staff.

De fascinatie voor science, design en engineering is wat ruim 13000 bachelor & masterstudenten en 5000 medewerkers van de TU Delft drijft. De Technische Universiteit Delft is niet alleen de oudste, maar ook de grootste technische universiteit van Nederland: een universiteit die continu op zoek is naar jou als (inter)nationaal talent om het onderzoek en onderwijs van deze unieke instelling…


De fascinatie voor science, design en engineering is wat ruim 13000 bachelor & masterstudenten en 5000 medewerkers van de TU Delft drijft. De Technische Universiteit Delft is niet alleen de oudste, maar ook de grootste technische universiteit van Nederland: een universiteit die continu op zoek is naar jou als (inter)nationaal talent om het onderzoek en onderwijs van deze unieke instelling op topniveau te houden. Met ongeveer 5.000 medewerkers is de Technische Universiteit Delft de grootste werkgever in Delft. De acht faculteiten, de unieke laboratoria, onderzoeksinstituten, onderzoeksscholen en de ondersteunende universiteitsdienst bieden de meest uiteenlopende functies en werkplekken aan. De diversiteit bij de TU Delft biedt voor iedereen mogelijkheden. Van Hoogleraar tot Promovendus. Van Beleidsmedewerker tot ICT'er.

Engineering
Delft
5.000 medewerkers