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Aramco Services Company

Position: Membrane Team Leader (142480)

Department: Research & Development / Boston Downstream RC

Basic Function:
Develop and direct research and development programs of advanced materials and nano-enabled technologies for membrane-based separations as applied to the downstream oil and gas industry. Apply rigorous scientific and engineering expertise in advanced materials and processing to lead an interdisciplinary team focused on solving complex technical separation challenges. Develop team strategy, communicate regular updates to upper management, expand collaborations with academic and industrial partners, and provide technical oversight to the advanced materials research team for all membrane-related projects and collaborations. Review, coordinate, and direct the work performed by others.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop and direct applied research in the application and utilization of advanced materials, including nanomaterials, as well as inorganic, polymeric, and composite materials, to technical challenges in membrane-based gas separation technologies and processes
  • Specify, direct, and conduct research on materials synthesis and processing, as well as on characterization using spectroscopic, thermal, microscopic, and rheological methods
  • Write, review, and assess multi-year proposals to expand into new membrane research and technology areas
  • Build and expand partnerships with internal staff and external collaborators on new and existing programs
  • Communicate results to staff, management, and the scientific community
  • Protect intellectual property
  • Apply and reinforce all safety policies in the workplace
  • Carry out original investigative short-term applied industrial research studies to resolve urgent, complex and unique technical problems for which relevant published literature is lacking
  • Provide consulting interaction with other departments and with US Companies' representatives on matters relating to area of expertise
  • Conduct information seminars and technical presentations in areas of his principal contacts to report on studies or other areas relating to his/her expertise
  • Develop ideas for potential improvements in exploration, producing operations and processes
  • Detail course of study and research for justification to Manager
  • Direct, guide and counsel others assigned to assist this position
  • Train new specialists
  • Keep current on new developments in his/her area of expertise
  • Actively participate in work of technical societies (e.g., SPE, ASTM, ACS)
  • Maintain and update knowledge of applications of relevant new research instrumentation
  • Advise management on merits of advanced instruments for use in advanced investigative programs
  • Recommend management action to be taken as a result of his/her work for the purpose of solving or preventing operational problems
  • Perform other miscellaneous related duties as requested
  • Perform other miscellaneous related duties as requested

    Education and Experience:

  • M.S. Degree in a Science/Engineering Discipline; Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, or related field preferred; in-depth knowledge of advanced materials and/or nanomaterials for advanced membranes required
  • Typically has sixteen (16) years of professional experience including at least five (5) years as a specialist with full responsibility for major technical work in area of specialization
  • Minimum fifteen years (15) of post-graduate industrial and/or academic experience in several relevant technical areas, including nanomaterial processing, functionalization, formulation, and characterization Experience with modification, functionalization and characterization of advanced materials, composites, fillers, polymers, dispersions and/or surfaces preferred
  • Highly interactive interpersonal skills for effective communication with project team members, direct reports, external collaborators, and the scientific community
  • Strong desire to expand and develop new and innovative applied research and development programs
  • Experience in supervising and directing the technical contributions of others, experience managing interdisciplinary teams of 10+ scientists and engineers required; management of global teams a strong plus
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including a track record of publications in peer-reviewed journals and presentations at international conferences
  • Proven ability to create and successfully implement complex technical strategies involving internal resources and external collaborators
  • Must be able to communicate and comprehend accurately, clearly and concisely in English at a level required to perform the job as outlined
  • Proficient technical writing skills
  • Incumbent will have achieved substantial industry recognition in his area of expertise
  • Incumbent will have published in significant technical journals and will have a history of active participation in technical society activities

    NO THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES ACCEPTED

    To apply, please click here.

    Date posted: August 18, 2014


  • University of Alberta

    Position: Postdoctoral Researcher

    A postdoctoral research position is available in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Alberta to work on multidisciplinary research projects related to development of synthetic materials for advanced water and wastewater treatment. The prospective applicant should hold Ph.D. in materials science or related fields with a strong background in organic chemistry and polymeric synthesis. Candidates with previous experience in separation processes and hands on skills in polymeric membranes synthesis and characterization are particularly encouraged to apply. The applicants should be proficient in English, have a good record of publishing in peer-reviewed journals and demonstrate ability to work productively and independently. The successful candidate is expected to assist in mentoring undergraduate and graduate students and help in writing grant proposals, reports, and manuscript preparation.

    http://www.civil.engineering.ualberta.ca/Research/ResearchAreas/Environmental/MohamedGamalElDin.aspx

    The successful applicant will be also expected to assist in the training and mentoring of graduate students, writing research proposals, and teaching experience can be arranged if desired. A competitive stipend will be awarded commensurate with experience.

    The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (at the University of Alberta) offer a unique training environment with state of the art infrastructure in both analytical instruments and facilities for advanced oxidation processes. We are honoured to be one of the largest and best-equipped programs in Canada. The University of Alberta is Canada's fourth largest university and is located centrally in Edmonton on the South bank of the North Saskatchewan River. The University was declared the best non-US institution in the world for postdoctoral studies in 2004 by 'The Scientist' magazine. Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta and it has more green space than any other major city in North America. The river valley is truly a major asset to the city and the river valley parks (over 28 square miles, or 20 times the size of New York's Central Park) are well utilized in both summer and winter. Edmonton has a population of 880,000 with a cosmopolitan culture and artistic atmosphere. It is also a sports minded city with professional hockey, football, baseball and soccer teams. The university has its own major sports teams. The town of Jasper is about 3.5 hours and Banff is about 4 hours by car from Edmonton. The drive to Jasper is beautiful but is sufficiently far to maintain it in an uncrowded state and thus a paradise for naturalists and back country hikers and skiers.

    Candidates are encouraged to send applications to:
    Mohamed Gamal El-Din, Ph.D., P.Eng.
    Professor, NSERC Senior Industrial Research Chair in Oil Sands Tailings Water Treatment
    Helmholtz - Alberta Initiative "Theme 5" Lead
    3-093 Markin/CNRL Natural Resources Engineering Facility, Environmental Engineering Program
    Civil & Environmental Engineering Department
    University of Alberta. Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2W2

    or electronically to mgamalel-din@ualberta.ca..

    The application should consist of a cover letter, curriculum vitae, 1-2 reprint(s) of your most significant contributions to research, and contact information of two references. Applications will be accepted and considered immediately.

    Date posted: October 17, 2014


    Aramco Services Company

    Req No: 129288

    Job Title: Lab Scientist - Membranes

    Department: Research & Development / Boston Research Center

    Basic Function:
    Plans and conducts laboratory research and development programs requiring applications of advanced materials and nano-enabled technologies to the oil and gas industry. Applies scientific and engineering expertise in advanced materials to solve complex technical challenges. May review, coordinate, or direct the work performed by others.

    Duties & Responsibilities

  • Perform original basic and/or applied research in advanced inorganic and/or polymeric materials, with emphasis in gas separation membranes; materials synthesis and characterization; and short and long-term technology development.
  • Responsible for conducting advanced materials research with focus on applications in gas separation membranes, including polymer and/or inorganic synthesis and characterization with spectroscopic, thermal, microscopic, and rheological methods, as well as with membrane performance testing; writing and assessing proposals to expand into new materials research and technology areas; collaborating with ASC scientists and collaborators on new and existing programs; presenting results to staff, management, and the scientific community; and protecting intellectual property.
  • Assist in designing new installations or modifications to existing facilities, evaluating and selecting capital equipment.
  • Apply and reinforce all safety policies in the workplace.

    Education and Experience

  • PhD. in Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, or related field. In-depth knowledge of advanced materials and/or nanomaterials for gas separation applications a plus.
  • Hands-on laboratory experience in several relevant technical areas, including polymer synthesis (free-radical, emulsion, suspension, step-growth, living, ROMP, coordination, Ziegler-Natta); organic synthesis; inorganic chemistry and characterization; nanocomposite formulation and characterization; or advanced functionalization methods (i.e. crosslinking, coating, etc.).
  • Experience in membrane fabrication techniques, such as thin film, flat sheet, hollow-fiber, composite, asymmetric, porous, coatings, etc.
  • Familiar with several of the following membrane/polymer characterizations techniques: TGA, DSC, DMA (micro rheological properties), mechanical testing (Instron), XPS, goniometer, XRD, NMR, IR, SEC, SEM, AFM, viscosity testing, gas sorption/permeation.
  • Highly interactive interpersonal skills for effective communication with project team members, various staff (including engineers, scientists, technicians, clients, vendors, etc), and the scientific community.
  • Desire to expand or develop new applied research and product development programs in nanotechnology and energy; scientifically interested in industrially-relevant problems and working knowledge of the membrane industry.
  • Experience in supervising and directing the technical contributions of others.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills including a track record of publications in peer-reviewed journals and the ability to create and successfully implement experimental test plans.
  • Demonstrated ability to work equally well independently and as part of a larger team.
  • Self-motivation and strong attention to detail to efficiently complete tasks outlined in experimental test plans on schedule and within budget.
  • Creative ability to solve problems that arise without compromising data quality.
  • Ability to prioritize responsibilities and handle multiple duties/projects simultaneously.

    NO THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES ACCEPTED

    To apply, please visit: http://aramcoservices.theresumator.com/apply/akwkzB/Lab-Scientist-Membranes-129288.html?source=NAMS.

    Date posted: January 6, 2015


  • Aramco Services Company

    Req No: 142480

    Job Title: Membrane Team Leader (Research Science Specialist)

    Department: Research & Development / Boston Downstream RC

    Basic Function:
    Develop and direct research and development programs of advanced materials and nano-enabled technologies for membrane-based gas separations as applied to the downstream oil and gas industry. Apply rigorous scientific and engineering expertise in advanced materials and processing to lead an interdisciplinary team focused on solving complex technical separation challenges. Develop team strategy, communicate regular updates to upper management, expand collaborations with academic and industrial partners, and provide technical oversight to the advanced materials research team for all membrane-related projects and collaborations. Review, coordinate, and direct the work performed by others.

    Duties & Responsibilities

  • Develop and direct applied research in the application and utilization of advanced materials, including nanomaterials, as well as inorganic, polymeric, and composite materials, to technical challenges in membrane-based gas separation technologies and processes
  • Specify, direct, and conduct research on materials synthesis and processing, as well as on characterization using spectroscopic, thermal, microscopic, and rheological methods
  • Write, review, and assess multi-year proposals to expand into new membrane research and technology areas
  • Build and expand partnerships with internal staff and external collaborators on new and existing programs
  • Communicate results to staff, management, and the scientific community
  • Protect intellectual property
  • Apply and reinforce all safety policies in the workplace
  • Carry out original investigative short-term applied industrial research studies to resolve urgent, complex and unique technical problems for which relevant published literature is lacking
  • Provide consulting interaction with other departments and with US Companies' representatives on matters relating to area of expertise
  • Conduct information seminars and technical presentations in areas of his principal contacts to report on studies or other areas relating to his/her expertise
  • Develop ideas for potential improvements in exploration, producing operations and processes
  • Detail course of study and research for justification to Manager
  • Direct, guide and counsel others assigned to assist this position
  • Train new specialists
  • Keep current on new developments in his/her area of expertise
  • Actively participate in work of technical societies (e.g., NAMS, MRS, AIChE, ACS)
  • Maintain and update knowledge of applications of relevant new research instrumentation
  • Advise management on merits of advanced instruments for use in advanced investigative programs
  • Recommend management action to be taken as a result of his/her work for the purpose of solving or preventing operational problems
  • Perform other miscellaneous related duties as requested

    Education and Experience

  • Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, or related field preferred; in-depth knowledge of advanced materials and/or nanomaterials for advanced gas membranes required
  • Typically has sixteen (16) years of professional experience including at least five (5) years as a specialist with full responsibility for major technical work in area of specialization
  • Minimum fifteen years (15) of post-graduate industrial and/or academic experience in several relevant technical areas, including nanomaterial processing, functionalization, formulation, and characterization. Experience with modification, functionalization and characterization of advanced materials, composites, fillers, polymers, dispersions and/or surfaces preferred
  • Knowledge of the membrane industry in general, especially as it pertains to gas separation membranes
  • Understands the fundamental underlying polymer physics and materials properties that manifest in observed separation properties (i.e. permeability/selectivity) and the demonstrated ability to use such knowledge to guide rational design of new and higher performing gas separation membrane materials
  • Highly interactive interpersonal skills for effective communication with project team members, direct reports, external collaborators, and the scientific community
  • Strong desire to expand and develop new and innovative applied research and development programs
  • Experience in supervising and directing the technical contributions of others, experience managing interdisciplinary teams of 10+ scientists and engineers required; management of global teams a strong plus
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including a track record of publications in peer-reviewed journals and presentations at international conferences
  • Proven ability to create and successfully implement complex technical strategies involving internal resources and external collaborators
  • Must be able to communicate and comprehend accurately, clearly and concisely in English at a level required to perform the job as outlined
  • Proficient technical writing skills
  • Incumbent will have achieved substantial industry recognition in his area of expertise
  • Incumbent will have published in significant technical journals and will have a history of active participation in technical society activities

    NO THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES ACCEPTED

    To apply, please visit: http://aramcoservices.theresumator.com/apply/rUybLO/Membrane-Team-Leader-142480.html?source=NAMS.

    Date posted: January 6, 2015


  • Aramco Services Company

    Req No: 807-3230

    Job Title: Research Scientist

    Department: Research & Development / Boston Research Center

    Basic Function:
    Conducts and directs research and development programs requiring applications and formulations of advanced materials and nano-enabled technologies to the oil and gas industry. Applies scientific and engineering expertise in advanced materials and processing to solve complex technical challenges. Will review, coordinate, and direct the work performed by others.

    Duties & Responsibilities

  • Conduct and direct applied research in the application and utilization of advanced materials, including nanomaterials, inorganic, polymeric, and composite materials to technical challenges in the energy industry.
  • Responsible for specifying, directing, and conducting research on nanomaterial applications for the energy industry, including nanomaterial and nanointermediate synthesis, formulation, and characterization with spectroscopic, thermal, microscopic, and rheological methods; writing and assessing proposals to expand into new nanomaterial research and technology areas; collaborating with ASC scientists and collaborators on new and existing programs; presenting results to staff, management, and the scientific community; and protecting intellectual property.
  • Assist in designing new installations or modifications to existing facilities, evaluating and selecting capital equipment.
  • Apply and reinforce all safety policies in the workplace.

    Education and Experience

  • PhD. in Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, or related field. In-depth knowledge of advanced materials and/or nanomaterials for energy technologies a plus.
  • 10+ years hands-on experience in several relevant technical areas, including nanomaterial processing, functionalization, formulation, and characterization. Experience with the modification, functionalization, and characterization of nanomaterials, composites, inks, dispersions, coatings, emulsions, and/or surfaces is required.
  • Highly interactive interpersonal skills for effective communication with project team members, various staff (including engineers, scientists, technicians, clients, vendors, etc), and the scientific community.
  • Desire to expand or develop new applied research and product development programs in nanotechnology and energy.
  • Demonstrated success in proposal writing
  • Experience in supervising and directing the technical contributions of others, experience managing teams of 10+ scientists and engineers a strong plus.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills including a track record of publications in peer-reviewed journals and the ability to create and successfully implement experimental test plans.
  • Demonstrated ability to work equally well independently and as part of a larger team.
  • Self-motivation and strong attention to detail to efficiently complete tasks outlined in experimental test plans on schedule and within budget.
  • Creative ability to solve problems that arise without compromising data quality.
  • Ability to prioritize responsibilities and handle multiple duties/projects simultaneously.

    NO THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES ACCEPTED

    To apply, please visit: http://aramcoservices.theresumator.com/apply/GkN2Bd/Research-Scientist-8073230.html?source=NAMS.

    Date posted: January 6, 2015


  • Aramco Services Company

    Req No: 129289

    Job Title: Lab Scientist - Porous

    Department: Research & Development / Boston Research Center

    Basic Function:
    Plans and conducts research and development programs requiring applications of advanced materials and nano-enabled technologies for the oil and gas industry. Applies scientific and engineering expertise in advanced materials to solve complex technical challenges for downstream applications. May review, coordinate, or direct the work performed by others.

    Duties & Responsibilities

  • Perform original applied research in porous materials, including inorganic, organometallic, zeolite, and/or MOF synthesis and characterization; apply appropriate synthesis and functionalization methods to advanced inorganic and/or polymeric materials, including nanostructured materials and nanocomposites; nanomaterial surface modification and characterization; and short- and long-term technology development.
  • Responsible for conducting research on nanomaterial applications for the energy industry, including porous material synthesis, characterization of nanomaterials and nanointermediates using chemical, spectroscopic, thermal, microscopic, and/or rheological methods; writing and assessing proposals to expand into new nanomaterial research and technology areas; collaborating with ASC scientists and collaborators on new and existing programs; presenting results to staff, management, and the scientific community; and protecting intellectual property.
  • Assist in designing new installations or modifications to existing facilities, evaluating and selecting capital equipment.
  • Apply and reinforce all safety policies in the workplace.

    Education and Experience

  • PhD. in Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, or related field with demonstrated expertise across inorganic and/or organometallic synthesis. In-depth knowledge of porous materials, including zeolites, MOFs, or similar for energy technologies a plus.
  • 5+ years hands-on experience in several relevant technical areas, including materials synthesis, reactor design and engineering; gas/liquid phase functionalization or surface modification, and/or scale-up; nanomaterial synthesis and characterization, including nanoscale materials, nanotubes, or surfaces; polymer chemistry and characterization; inorganic chemistry and characterization; nanocomposite formulation and characterization.
  • Highly interactive interpersonal skills for effective communication with project team members, various staff (including engineers, scientists, technicians, clients, vendors, etc), and the scientific community.
  • Desire to expand or develop new research and development programs in advanced materials, nanotechnology, and energy.
  • Demonstrated success in proposal writing
  • Experience in supervising and directing the technical contributions of others.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills including a track record of publications in peer-reviewed journals and the ability to create and successfully implement experimental test plans.
  • Demonstrated ability to work equally well independently and as part of a larger team.
  • Self-motivation and strong attention to detail to efficiently complete tasks outlined in experimental test plans on schedule and within budget.
  • Creative ability to solve problems that arise without compromising data quality.
  • Ability to prioritize responsibilities and handle multiple duties/projects simultaneously.
  • Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.

    NO THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES ACCEPTED

    To apply, please visit: http://aramcoservices.theresumator.com/apply/jleX11/Lab-Scientist-Porous-129289.html?source=NAMS .

    Date posted: January 6, 2015


  • Aramco Services Company

    Req No: 807-3229

    Job Title: Research Scientist

    Department: Research & Development / Boston Research Center

    Basic Function:
    Conducts and directs research and development programs requiring applications of advanced materials and nano-enabled technologies to the oil and gas industry. Applies scientific and engineering expertise in advanced materials to solve complex technical challenges. May review, coordinate, or direct the work performed by others.

    Duties & Responsibilities

  • Perform original basic and/or applied research in advanced inorganic and/or polymeric materials, including nanostructured materials, nanomaterial coatings, and nanocomposites; nanomaterial surface modification and characterization; and short and long-term technology development.
  • Responsible for conducting research on nanomaterial applications for the energy industry, including nanomaterial synthesis, characterization of nanomaterials and nanointermediates with spectroscopic, thermal, microscopic, and rheological methods; writing and assessing proposals to expand into new nanomaterial research and technology areas; collaborating with ASC scientists and collaborators on new and existing programs; presenting results to staff, management, and the scientific community; and protecting intellectual property.
  • Assist in designing new installations or modifications to existing facilities, evaluating and selecting capital equipment.
  • Apply and reinforce all safety policies in the workplace.

    Education and Experience

  • PhD. in Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, or related field. In-depth knowledge of advanced materials and/or nanomaterials for energy technologies a plus.
  • 5+ years hands-on experience in several relevant technical areas, including nanomaterial synthesis and characterization, including nanoscale materials, nanotubes, composites, inks, or surfaces; polymer chemistry and characterization; inorganic chemistry and characterization; nanocomposite formulation and characterization.
  • Highly interactive interpersonal skills for effective communication with project team members, various staff (including engineers, scientists, technicians, clients, vendors, etc), and the scientific community.
  • Desire to expand or develop new applied research and product development programs in nanotechnology and energy.
  • Demonstrated success in proposal writing
  • Experience in supervising and directing the technical contributions of others.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills including a track record of publications in peer-reviewed journals and the ability to create and successfully implement experimental test plans.
  • Demonstrated ability to work equally well independently and as part of a larger team.
  • Self-motivation and strong attention to detail to efficiently complete tasks outlined in experimental test plans on schedule and within budget.
  • Creative ability to solve problems that arise without compromising data quality.
  • Ability to prioritize responsibilities and handle multiple duties/projects simultaneously.

    NO THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES ACCEPTED

    To apply, please visit: http://aramcoservices.theresumator.com/apply/Wt224P/Research-Scientist-8073229.html?source=NAMS .

    Date posted: January 6, 2015


  • Aramco Services Company

    Req No: 172140

    Job Title: Research Scientist - Catalysis

    Department: Research & Development / Boston Research Center

    Basic Function:
    Plans and conducts laboratory research and development programs requiring applications of advanced materials and technologies to the oil and gas industry. Applies scientific and engineering expertise in advanced materials to solve complex technical challenges. May review, coordinate, or direct the work performed by others.

    Duties & Responsibilities

  • Perform original basic and/or applied research in advanced materials, with emphasis in heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis; materials synthesis and characterization; and short and long-term technology development.
  • Responsible for conducting advanced materials research with focus on applications in catalytic processes, including design and implementation of catalytic transformations of strategic importance, synthesis and characterization of catalytic materials, catalytic activity testing, and interpretation of results.
  • Write and assess proposals to expand into new materials research and technology areas; collaborate with ASC scientists and collaborators on new and existing programs; present results to staff, management, and the scientific community; and protect intellectual property.
  • Assist in designing new installations or modifications to existing facilities, including evaluating and selecting equipment.
  • Apply and reinforce all safety policies in the workplace.

    Education and Experience

  • PhD. in Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, or related field. In-depth knowledge of advanced materials and/or nanomaterials for catalysis is required.
  • Hands-on laboratory experience in several relevant technical areas, such as synthesis and characterization of porous materials, organic and inorganic synthesis, and air- and moisture-sensitive materials handling techniques.
  • Experience with gas-phase and liquid-phase catalytic reaction systems; experience in design and setup of catalytic reactors.
  • Familiar with several of the following characterizations techniques: XRD, chemisorption, physisorption, TGA, DSC, XPS, SEM, EDS, NMR, GC-MS, IR, DLS, AFM.
  • Highly interactive interpersonal skills for effective communication with project team members, various staff (including engineers, scientists, technicians, contractors, vendors, etc.), and the scientific community.
  • Desire to expand or develop new applied research and product development programs in nanotechnology and energy; scientifically interested in industrially-relevant problems and working knowledge of the membrane industry.
  • Experience in supervising and directing the technical contributions of others.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills including a track record of publications in peer-reviewed journals and the ability to create and successfully implement experimental test plans.
  • Demonstrated ability to work equally well independently and as part of a larger team.
  • Self-motivation and strong attention to detail to efficiently complete tasks outlined in experimental test plans on schedule and within budget.
  • Creative ability to solve problems that arise without compromising data quality.
  • Ability to prioritize responsibilities and handle multiple duties/projects simultaneously.

    NO THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES ACCEPTED

    To apply, please visit: http://aramcoservices.theresumator.com/apply/eulnDD/Research-Scientist-Catalysis-172140.html?source=nams .

    Date posted: January 30, 2015



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