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Business Development Executive – New Territories

Recruiting Applications: 20th Dec 2022

Location: Winchester, Hampshire

Job Type: Full Time, Permanent

As a global and fast expanding business, Sigma-HSE is looking for an experienced technical Business Development Executive to develop business in Benelux, The Netherland, and Scandinavian markets. The candidate will be proficient at relationship development in overseas markets.

The successful candidate will be proactive in developing prospects and leads from our extensive CRM system as well as maintaining relationships with existing clients in the Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Food and Manufacturing sectors.

The applicant will also be expected to liaise with Marketing to co-ordinate the production of technical information for developing new and existing services.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Identify, research and develop new business opportunities in nominated new territories.
  • Maintain and develop existing client relationships.
  • Follow-up leads from Marketing and BD team.
  • Undertake customer sales visits, generate and scope quotations.
  • Attend training seminars and support Business Development activities.
  • Provide marketing support co-ordinating Technical input for newsletters, sales literature, SEO activities, LinkedIn, Facebook and website.
  • Participate in the development of other international offices for the Sigma-HSE Group
 

Key Requirements:

  • A graduate in the physical sciences, ideally Chemistry or Physics or Chemical Engineering.
  • Strong technical sales track record. For the right candidate, technical training will be provided.
  • Good IT skills including use of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Familiarity with Access dbase would be useful but not essential as training will be provided on our CRM system.
  • Good telephone manner and communication skills with both external and internal clients.
  • Ability to work independently and without supervision.
  • Proactive manner in all aspects of business development.
 

Essential Requirements:

  • Full UK driving licence essential
  • Candidates must already be authorized to live and work in the UK
  • Candidates must live or be prepared to relocate to within commuting distance of Winchester, UK.
 

This job description is a summary of the main duties of the role.

Interested candidates should email their CV and Cover Letter to [email protected].

Salary: Competitive + Bonus

Application Closing Date: 20th Jan 2023

Senior Process Safety Specialist (UK)

Recruiting Applications: 20th Dec 2022

Job Type: Full Time, Permanent

Are you ready for a change and new challenges?  Would you like to expand your considerable expertise and skills? If so, then join our expert team at Sigma-HSE (UK) Ltd.

We are a global business with offices in North America, Europe and Asia. Our company is looking for an experienced process safety engineer to provide expert process safety advice to clients on understanding, reducing and/or mitigating the risks of fires and explosions in the process industry. The successful candidate will be expected to undertake consulting work world-wide and deliver practical and cost-effective solutions to technical safety challenges. The desire to be involved in client development would be particularly advantageous.

Experience and understanding of hazards and risks (HAZID, HAZOP, LOPA, QRA, DSEAR, etc.) is essential and managing risks (Procedures and policies, management of change, permit to work, asset integrity management, functional safety, auditing etc) would be desirable.

The successful candidate will proactively work with clients on the end-to-end process of identifying, scoping, reporting, follow-up, and auditing of safety projects. Establishing and meeting critical client deadlines and be a capable, and effective communicator and advocate of process safety. The applicant should have a good understanding of regulatory and legislation compliance for safety in the process industries and be aware of changes and updates emanating from national government and the EU. They will be expected to become the primary process safety contact for their clients and partner with them to provide expert advice and guidance on process safety.

Essential Requirements:

  • Candidates must be authorised to live and work in the UK
  • Full clean UK driving license.
 

Salary: Competitive + annual bonus.

This job description is a summary of the main duties of the role.

Interested candidates should email their CV and Cover Letter to [email protected].

Application Closing Date: 20th Jan 2023

Chemistry Lab Manager – Chemical Reaction Hazard Testing (UK)

Salary: Competitive, plus benefits, plus bonus scheme. 

Position: Permanent, Full-time 

Location: Winchester, UK 

As a global and fast expanding business, our company is looking for an experienced Process Safety Chemist to work in our Chemical Reaction Hazards Laboratory. The successful candidate will undertake chemical processing and testing using thermal screen and colorimetry equipment to provide safety and scale-up data on chemical reactions. They will be expected to lead in developing this service for our international client base focusing on solutions for Chemical, Pharmaceutical and other manufacturing industries.  

The successful candidate will already have commercial laboratory experience using Carius, DSC, ARC, ARSST, RC1 and VSP2 equipment for providing scale-up and reaction data. They should be confident in discussing with clients their process issues and identifying their testing need when taking chemical processes through to pilot plant level and full production reactor work. They will be expected to liaise with clients on the end-to-end process of identifying, scoping, reporting, and follow-up of safety projects. Agreeing and delivering within critical client deadlines and be a capable, and effective advocate of process safety. They will be expected to become the primary laboratory contact for chemical reaction analysis and provide expert advice and guidance on process safety. 

Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Manage the projects handled by the CRH lab. 
  • Undertake Chemical Thermal Screening and Chemical Reaction hazard Analysis  
  • Data analysis and Report writing 
  • Support for our fire and explosion physical properties laboratory. 

Key Requirements: 

  • Graduate Chemist with commercial process scale-up experience 
  • Experience with chemical scale-up processes and laboratory testing using Carius, ARC, DSC, ARSST, RC1, VSP2 or equivalent. 
  • Good IT proficiency in Microsoft Office suite. (Word, Excel, Outlook) 
  • Attention to detail 
  • Good communicator 

Essential Requirements: 

  • Candidates must be authorised to live and work in the UK 
  • Full clean UK driving license 
  • Candidates must live or be prepared to relocate (at their own expense), to within commuting distance of Winchester, UK 

This job description is a summary of the main duties of the role. 

Current CV and enquiries by email only to [email protected]. Quoting; Chemistry Lab Manager (CRH) 0722. 

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We are looking for smart individuals who want to have a positive impact in the world of process safety. If that’s you, please send us a CV at [email protected]