Chemical Lab Assistant

Sensata Technologies (NYSE: ST) is one of the world's leading suppliers of sensing, electrical protection, control and power management solutions. We design and manufacture devices that help satisfy the world’s growing need for safety, energy efficiency and a clean environment in global automotive, appliance, aircraft, industrial, military, heavy vehicle, heating, air-conditioning and ventilation, data, telecommunications, recreational vehicle and marine markets.

We are currently looking for a Chemical Lab Assistant to join our team.
Location: Sofia

Summary of the position:
Performance of chemical tests for assessment or validation the specifications of new company products.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Performance of chemical tests with wide range of substances under the automotive standards and specific customer requirements
- Operation with modern laboratory and test equipment
- Real-time monitoring the performance and assessment the current results
- Summarization of results and preparation of reports for the conducted tests
- Work with specific internal company testing software platform

REQUIREMENTS:
- Work experience in company or organization with chemical scope
- Well-developed skills in operation with chemical laboratory instruments and equipment
- Good computer proficiency: MS office, other application software
- Intermediate level in command of English language
- Excellent self-organizational, communication and teamworking skills
- University degree in Chemical Sciences will be advantage

WHY TO JOIN SENSATA:
- Competitive compensation package and bonus related to performance;
- Individual career path - management and technical career growth, enhanced by learning and development program, customized technical trainings and certification;
- Committees by interests and culture activities;
- Healthy work environment – medical insurance and sport cards;
- Corporate social responsibility (CSR programs);
- Corporate events and team buildings.

If interested, apply here: https://www.jobs.bg/job/5616971