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Are you an experienced qualified laboratory scientist with knowledge of the Oil and Gas Industry? Then we have the perfect job for you, working for a globally recognised small company in Cornwall. We need a Senior Laboratory Projects Manager/Scientist, working as part of our highly motivated, multi-disciplinary, customer focused team conducting routine testing and applied research. You will have project management and client liaison experience, be capable of performing work involving a significant degree of responsibility and autonomy. A creative problem solver who will support the Managing Director with the management of day-to-day operations. Additional duties may include supporting the Management team with business planning, development, and growth for the organisation in an ever-changing environment. Principal Duties will include: Carrying out a range of laboratory testing for both routine and more novel R&D work. Self-managing day to day workload: managing lab resources data handling plotting of results data analysis and reporting as appropriate. Acts as the client liaison to ensure all aspects of the project are carried out in the best interest of the client and the laboratory. Oversee all scoping, planning and execution, and managing activities to ensure on-time delivery, within budget and meets or exceeds expectations including: preparing proposals / quotations meetings setting of priorities evaluating comments/requests ensuring stakeholders' approval. Coordinate resource requirements with other ongoing project work and ensure all stakeholder expectations are aligned. Monitor project status and effectively communicate project status to both the client and Managing Director. Track progress and provide timely status reporting of milestones, dependencies, risks, and issues to key stakeholders. Maintain records for the tests completed and man-hours utilised for the individual projects to provide accurate invoicing instructions. Ensure compliance with company procedures and project documentation requirements. Directly manage Scientists and Specialists. Supervisory responsibility will include but not limited to: managing projects training employees coaching assigning work making sound business decisions. Essential skills/experience: A degree in chemistry, geology (or a related discipline). Background in laboratory aspects associated with oilfield chemistry/ geology and/or R&D activities. Ability to adapt to a variety of different laboratory procedures and make sound judgement in practical matters. Accuracy and traceability, using Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). Ability to work independently and adapt well to rapidly changing priorities and responsibilities. Produce high quality, repeatable work completed to a deadline. Following core test processes and SOPs with a high attention to detail. Ability to follow procedures and Health & Safety Regulations. Project management experience Direct supervision of personnel. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to identify and solve moderately complex problems and articulate proposed solutions across a broader spectrum of issues in written and verbal form to a wide range of stakeholders. Ability to identify and drive implementation of process improvement opportunities. Desirable skills/experience: Direct experience in wax deposition and rheology, gas hydrates, inorganic scale. Working knowledge of ISO 900, ISO 14001 and/or ISO 45001. Operations management. Financial management. Business development. The Company Kernow Analytical Technology (KAT) is based near Launceston in Cornwall, UK. We are a globally recognised, independent production chemistry laboratory specialising in the expert assessment of fluid properties and the qualification of production chemicals for the international Oil and Gas Industry. KAT is recognised as a worldwide leader in advanced instrumentation and test protocols for flow assurance measurements and its small, close-knit team of experienced flow assurance and production chemistry specialists, backed up by highly skilled technologists, offers a wide range of services utilising highly innovative, specialist capital test equipment. Application Details To apply for this role, please send a covering letter noting your salary expectations, along with your CV to kat@kat-lab.com. The closing date for applications is 9am (GMT) on Monday 20 February 2023.
Are you an experienced qualified laboratory scientist with knowledge of the Oil and Gas Industry? Then we have the perfect job for you, working for a globally recognised small company in Cornwall. We need a Senior Laboratory Projects Manager/Scientist, working as part of our highly motivated, multi-disciplinary, customer focused team conducting routine testing and applied research. You will have project management and client liaison experience, be capable of performing work involving a significant degree of responsibility and autonomy. A creative problem solver who will support the Managing Director with the management of day-to-day operations. Additional duties may include supporting the Management team with business planning, development, and growth for the organisation in an ever-changing environment. Principal Duties will include: Carrying out a range of laboratory testing for both routine and more novel R&D work. Self-managing day to day workload: managing lab resources data handling plotting of results data analysis and reporting as appropriate. Acts as the client liaison to ensure all aspects of the project are carried out in the best interest of the client and the laboratory. Oversee all scoping, planning and execution, and managing activities to ensure on-time delivery, within budget and meets or exceeds expectations including: preparing proposals / quotations meetings setting of priorities evaluating comments/requests ensuring stakeholders' approval. Coordinate resource requirements with other ongoing project work and ensure all stakeholder expectations are aligned. Monitor project status and effectively communicate project status to both the client and Managing Director. Track progress and provide timely status reporting of milestones, dependencies, risks, and issues to key stakeholders. Maintain records for the tests completed and man-hours utilised for the individual projects to provide accurate invoicing instructions. Ensure compliance with company procedures and project documentation requirements. Directly manage Scientists and Specialists. Supervisory responsibility will include but not limited to: managing projects training employees coaching assigning work making sound business decisions. Essential skills/experience: A degree in chemistry, geology (or a related discipline). Background in laboratory aspects associated with oilfield chemistry/ geology and/or R&D activities. Ability to adapt to a variety of different laboratory procedures and make sound judgement in practical matters. Accuracy and traceability, using Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). Ability to work independently and adapt well to rapidly changing priorities and responsibilities. Produce high quality, repeatable work completed to a deadline. Following core test processes and SOPs with a high attention to detail. Ability to follow procedures and Health & Safety Regulations. Project management experience Direct supervision of personnel. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to identify and solve moderately complex problems and articulate proposed solutions across a broader spectrum of issues in written and verbal form to a wide range of stakeholders. Ability to identify and drive implementation of process improvement opportunities. Desirable skills/experience: Direct experience in wax deposition and rheology, gas hydrates, inorganic scale. Working knowledge of ISO 900, ISO 14001 and/or ISO 45001. Operations management. Financial management. Business development. The Company Kernow Analytical Technology (KAT) is based near Launceston in Cornwall, UK. We are a globally recognised, independent production chemistry laboratory specialising in the expert assessment of fluid properties and the qualification of production chemicals for the international Oil and Gas Industry. KAT is recognised as a worldwide leader in advanced instrumentation and test protocols for flow assurance measurements and its small, close-knit team of experienced flow assurance and production chemistry specialists, backed up by highly skilled technologists, offers a wide range of services utilising highly innovative, specialist capital test equipment. Application Details To apply for this role, please send a covering letter noting your salary expectations, along with your CV to kat@kat-lab.com. The closing date for applications is 9am (GMT) on Monday 20 February 2023.
Are you an experienced qualified laboratory scientist with knowledge of the Oil and Gas Industry? Then we have the perfect job for you, working for a globally recognised small company in Cornwall. We need a Senior Laboratory Projects Manager/Scientist, working as part of our highly motivated, multi-disciplinary, customer focused team conducting routine testing and applied research. You will have project management and client liaison experience, be capable of performing work involving a significant degree of responsibility and autonomy. A creative problem solver who will support the Managing Director with the management of day-to-day operations. Additional duties may include supporting the Management team with business planning, development, and growth for the organisation in an ever-changing environment. Principal Duties will include: Carrying out a range of laboratory testing for both routine and more novel R&D work. Self-managing day to day workload: managing lab resources data handling plotting of results data analysis and reporting as appropriate. Acts as the client liaison to ensure all aspects of the project are carried out in the best interest of the client and the laboratory. Oversee all scoping, planning and execution, and managing activities to ensure on-time delivery, within budget and meets or exceeds expectations including: preparing proposals / quotations meetings setting of priorities evaluating comments/requests ensuring stakeholders' approval. Coordinate resource requirements with other ongoing project work and ensure all stakeholder expectations are aligned. Monitor project status and effectively communicate project status to both the client and Managing Director. Track progress and provide timely status reporting of milestones, dependencies, risks, and issues to key stakeholders. Maintain records for the tests completed and man-hours utilised for the individual projects to provide accurate invoicing instructions. Ensure compliance with company procedures and project documentation requirements. Directly manage Scientists and Specialists. Supervisory responsibility will include but not limited to: managing projects training employees coaching assigning work making sound business decisions. Essential skills/experience: A degree in chemistry, geology (or a related discipline). Background in laboratory aspects associated with oilfield chemistry/ geology and/or R&D activities. Ability to adapt to a variety of different laboratory procedures and make sound judgement in practical matters. Accuracy and traceability, using Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). Ability to work independently and adapt well to rapidly changing priorities and responsibilities. Produce high quality, repeatable work completed to a deadline. Following core test processes and SOPs with a high attention to detail. Ability to follow procedures and Health & Safety Regulations. Project management experience Direct supervision of personnel. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to identify and solve moderately complex problems and articulate proposed solutions across a broader spectrum of issues in written and verbal form to a wide range of stakeholders. Ability to identify and drive implementation of process improvement opportunities. Desirable skills/experience: Direct experience in wax deposition and rheology, gas hydrates, inorganic scale. Working knowledge of ISO 900, ISO 14001 and/or ISO 45001. Operations management. Financial management. Business development. The Company Kernow Analytical Technology (KAT) is based near Launceston in Cornwall, UK. We are a globally recognised, independent production chemistry laboratory specialising in the expert assessment of fluid properties and the qualification of production chemicals for the international Oil and Gas Industry. KAT is recognised as a worldwide leader in advanced instrumentation and test protocols for flow assurance measurements and its small, close-knit team of experienced flow assurance and production chemistry specialists, backed up by highly skilled technologists, offers a wide range of services utilising highly innovative, specialist capital test equipment. Application Details To apply for this role, please send a covering letter noting your salary expectations, along with your CV to kat@kat-lab.com. The closing date for applications is 9am (GMT) on Monday 20 February 2023.
Are you an experienced qualified laboratory scientist with knowledge of the Oil and Gas Industry? Then we have the perfect job for you, working for a globally recognised small company in Cornwall. We need a Senior Laboratory Projects Manager/Scientist, working as part of our highly motivated, multi-disciplinary, customer focused team conducting routine testing and applied research. You will have project management and client liaison experience, be capable of performing work involving a significant degree of responsibility and autonomy. A creative problem solver who will support the Managing Director with the management of day-to-day operations. Additional duties may include supporting the Management team with business planning, development, and growth for the organisation in an ever-changing environment. Principal Duties will include: Carrying out a range of laboratory testing for both routine and more novel R&D work. Self-managing day to day workload: managing lab resources data handling plotting of results data analysis and reporting as appropriate. Acts as the client liaison to ensure all aspects of the project are carried out in the best interest of the client and the laboratory. Oversee all scoping, planning and execution, and managing activities to ensure on-time delivery, within budget and meets or exceeds expectations including: preparing proposals / quotations meetings setting of priorities evaluating comments/requests ensuring stakeholders' approval. Coordinate resource requirements with other ongoing project work and ensure all stakeholder expectations are aligned. Monitor project status and effectively communicate project status to both the client and Managing Director. Track progress and provide timely status reporting of milestones, dependencies, risks, and issues to key stakeholders. Maintain records for the tests completed and man-hours utilised for the individual projects to provide accurate invoicing instructions. Ensure compliance with company procedures and project documentation requirements. Directly manage Scientists and Specialists. Supervisory responsibility will include but not limited to: managing projects training employees coaching assigning work making sound business decisions. Essential skills/experience: A degree in chemistry, geology (or a related discipline). Background in laboratory aspects associated with oilfield chemistry/ geology and/or R&D activities. Ability to adapt to a variety of different laboratory procedures and make sound judgement in practical matters. Accuracy and traceability, using Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). Ability to work independently and adapt well to rapidly changing priorities and responsibilities. Produce high quality, repeatable work completed to a deadline. Following core test processes and SOPs with a high attention to detail. Ability to follow procedures and Health & Safety Regulations. Project management experience Direct supervision of personnel. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to identify and solve moderately complex problems and articulate proposed solutions across a broader spectrum of issues in written and verbal form to a wide range of stakeholders. Ability to identify and drive implementation of process improvement opportunities. Desirable skills/experience: Direct experience in wax deposition and rheology, gas hydrates, inorganic scale. Working knowledge of ISO 900, ISO 14001 and/or ISO 45001. Operations management. Financial management. Business development. The Company Kernow Analytical Technology (KAT) is based near Launceston in Cornwall, UK. We are a globally recognised, independent production chemistry laboratory specialising in the expert assessment of fluid properties and the qualification of production chemicals for the international Oil and Gas Industry. KAT is recognised as a worldwide leader in advanced instrumentation and test protocols for flow assurance measurements and its small, close-knit team of experienced flow assurance and production chemistry specialists, backed up by highly skilled technologists, offers a wide range of services utilising highly innovative, specialist capital test equipment. Application Details To apply for this role, please send a covering letter noting your salary expectations, along with your CV to kat@kat-lab.com. The closing date for applications is 9am (GMT) on Monday 20 February 2023.
Are you an experienced qualified laboratory scientist with knowledge of the Oil and Gas Industry? Then we have the perfect job for you, working for a globally recognised small company in Cornwall. We need a Senior Laboratory Projects Manager/Scientist, working as part of our highly motivated, multi-disciplinary, customer focused team conducting routine testing and applied research. You will have project management and client liaison experience, be capable of performing work involving a significant degree of responsibility and autonomy. A creative problem solver who will support the Managing Director with the management of day-to-day operations. Additional duties may include supporting the Management team with business planning, development, and growth for the organisation in an ever-changing environment. Principal Duties will include: Carrying out a range of laboratory testing for both routine and more novel R&D work. Self-managing day to day workload: managing lab resources data handling plotting of results data analysis and reporting as appropriate. Acts as the client liaison to ensure all aspects of the project are carried out in the best interest of the client and the laboratory. Oversee all scoping, planning and execution, and managing activities to ensure on-time delivery, within budget and meets or exceeds expectations including: preparing proposals / quotations meetings setting of priorities evaluating comments/requests ensuring stakeholders' approval. Coordinate resource requirements with other ongoing project work and ensure all stakeholder expectations are aligned. Monitor project status and effectively communicate project status to both the client and Managing Director. Track progress and provide timely status reporting of milestones, dependencies, risks, and issues to key stakeholders. Maintain records for the tests completed and man-hours utilised for the individual projects to provide accurate invoicing instructions. Ensure compliance with company procedures and project documentation requirements. Directly manage Scientists and Specialists. Supervisory responsibility will include but not limited to: managing projects training employees coaching assigning work making sound business decisions. Essential skills/experience: A degree in chemistry, geology (or a related discipline). Background in laboratory aspects associated with oilfield chemistry/ geology and/or R&D activities. Ability to adapt to a variety of different laboratory procedures and make sound judgement in practical matters. Accuracy and traceability, using Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). Ability to work independently and adapt well to rapidly changing priorities and responsibilities. Produce high quality, repeatable work completed to a deadline. Following core test processes and SOPs with a high attention to detail. Ability to follow procedures and Health & Safety Regulations. Project management experience Direct supervision of personnel. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to identify and solve moderately complex problems and articulate proposed solutions across a broader spectrum of issues in written and verbal form to a wide range of stakeholders. Ability to identify and drive implementation of process improvement opportunities. Desirable skills/experience: Direct experience in wax deposition and rheology, gas hydrates, inorganic scale. Working knowledge of ISO 900, ISO 14001 and/or ISO 45001. Operations management. Financial management. Business development. The Company Kernow Analytical Technology (KAT) is based near Launceston in Cornwall, UK. We are a globally recognised, independent production chemistry laboratory specialising in the expert assessment of fluid properties and the qualification of production chemicals for the international Oil and Gas Industry. KAT is recognised as a worldwide leader in advanced instrumentation and test protocols for flow assurance measurements and its small, close-knit team of experienced flow assurance and production chemistry specialists, backed up by highly skilled technologists, offers a wide range of services utilising highly innovative, specialist capital test equipment. Application Details To apply for this role, please send a covering letter noting your salary expectations, along with your CV to kat@kat-lab.com. The closing date for applications is 9am (GMT) on Monday 20 February 2023.
Are you an experienced qualified laboratory scientist with knowledge of the Oil and Gas Industry? Then we have the perfect job for you, working for a globally recognised small company in Cornwall. We need a Senior Laboratory Projects Manager/Scientist, working as part of our highly motivated, multi-disciplinary, customer focused team conducting routine testing and applied research. You will have project management and client liaison experience, be capable of performing work involving a significant degree of responsibility and autonomy. A creative problem solver who will support the Managing Director with the management of day-to-day operations. Additional duties may include supporting the Management team with business planning, development, and growth for the organisation in an ever-changing environment. Principal Duties will include: Carrying out a range of laboratory testing for both routine and more novel R&D work. Self-managing day to day workload: managing lab resources data handling plotting of results data analysis and reporting as appropriate. Acts as the client liaison to ensure all aspects of the project are carried out in the best interest of the client and the laboratory. Oversee all scoping, planning and execution, and managing activities to ensure on-time delivery, within budget and meets or exceeds expectations including: preparing proposals / quotations meetings setting of priorities evaluating comments/requests ensuring stakeholders' approval. Coordinate resource requirements with other ongoing project work and ensure all stakeholder expectations are aligned. Monitor project status and effectively communicate project status to both the client and Managing Director. Track progress and provide timely status reporting of milestones, dependencies, risks, and issues to key stakeholders. Maintain records for the tests completed and man-hours utilised for the individual projects to provide accurate invoicing instructions. Ensure compliance with company procedures and project documentation requirements. Directly manage Scientists and Specialists. Supervisory responsibility will include but not limited to: managing projects training employees coaching assigning work making sound business decisions. Essential skills/experience: A degree in chemistry, geology (or a related discipline). Background in laboratory aspects associated with oilfield chemistry/ geology and/or R&D activities. Ability to adapt to a variety of different laboratory procedures and make sound judgement in practical matters. Accuracy and traceability, using Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). Ability to work independently and adapt well to rapidly changing priorities and responsibilities. Produce high quality, repeatable work completed to a deadline. Following core test processes and SOPs with a high attention to detail. Ability to follow procedures and Health & Safety Regulations. Project management experience Direct supervision of personnel. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to identify and solve moderately complex problems and articulate proposed solutions across a broader spectrum of issues in written and verbal form to a wide range of stakeholders. Ability to identify and drive implementation of process improvement opportunities. Desirable skills/experience: Direct experience in wax deposition and rheology, gas hydrates, inorganic scale. Working knowledge of ISO 900, ISO 14001 and/or ISO 45001. Operations management. Financial management. Business development. The Company Kernow Analytical Technology (KAT) is based near Launceston in Cornwall, UK. We are a globally recognised, independent production chemistry laboratory specialising in the expert assessment of fluid properties and the qualification of production chemicals for the international Oil and Gas Industry. KAT is recognised as a worldwide leader in advanced instrumentation and test protocols for flow assurance measurements and its small, close-knit team of experienced flow assurance and production chemistry specialists, backed up by highly skilled technologists, offers a wide range of services utilising highly innovative, specialist capital test equipment. Application Details To apply for this role, please send a covering letter noting your salary expectations, along with your CV to kat@kat-lab.com. The closing date for applications is 9am (GMT) on Monday 20 February 2023.
Are you an experienced qualified laboratory scientist with knowledge of the Oil and Gas Industry? Then we have the perfect job for you, working for a globally recognised small company in Cornwall. We need a Senior Laboratory Projects Manager/Scientist, working as part of our highly motivated, multi-disciplinary, customer focused team conducting routine testing and applied research. You will have project management and client liaison experience, be capable of performing work involving a significant degree of responsibility and autonomy. A creative problem solver who will support the Managing Director with the management of day-to-day operations. Additional duties may include supporting the Management team with business planning, development, and growth for the organisation in an ever-changing environment. Principal Duties will include: Carrying out a range of laboratory testing for both routine and more novel R&D work. Self-managing day to day workload: managing lab resources data handling plotting of results data analysis and reporting as appropriate. Acts as the client liaison to ensure all aspects of the project are carried out in the best interest of the client and the laboratory. Oversee all scoping, planning and execution, and managing activities to ensure on-time delivery, within budget and meets or exceeds expectations including: preparing proposals / quotations meetings setting of priorities evaluating comments/requests ensuring stakeholders' approval. Coordinate resource requirements with other ongoing project work and ensure all stakeholder expectations are aligned. Monitor project status and effectively communicate project status to both the client and Managing Director. Track progress and provide timely status reporting of milestones, dependencies, risks, and issues to key stakeholders. Maintain records for the tests completed and man-hours utilised for the individual projects to provide accurate invoicing instructions. Ensure compliance with company procedures and project documentation requirements. Directly manage Scientists and Specialists. Supervisory responsibility will include but not limited to: managing projects training employees coaching assigning work making sound business decisions. Essential skills/experience: A degree in chemistry, geology (or a related discipline). Background in laboratory aspects associated with oilfield chemistry/ geology and/or R&D activities. Ability to adapt to a variety of different laboratory procedures and make sound judgement in practical matters. Accuracy and traceability, using Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). Ability to work independently and adapt well to rapidly changing priorities and responsibilities. Produce high quality, repeatable work completed to a deadline. Following core test processes and SOPs with a high attention to detail. Ability to follow procedures and Health & Safety Regulations. Project management experience Direct supervision of personnel. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to identify and solve moderately complex problems and articulate proposed solutions across a broader spectrum of issues in written and verbal form to a wide range of stakeholders. Ability to identify and drive implementation of process improvement opportunities. Desirable skills/experience: Direct experience in wax deposition and rheology, gas hydrates, inorganic scale. Working knowledge of ISO 900, ISO 14001 and/or ISO 45001. Operations management. Financial management. Business development. The Company Kernow Analytical Technology (KAT) is based near Launceston in Cornwall, UK. We are a globally recognised, independent production chemistry laboratory specialising in the expert assessment of fluid properties and the qualification of production chemicals for the international Oil and Gas Industry. KAT is recognised as a worldwide leader in advanced instrumentation and test protocols for flow assurance measurements and its small, close-knit team of experienced flow assurance and production chemistry specialists, backed up by highly skilled technologists, offers a wide range of services utilising highly innovative, specialist capital test equipment. Application Details To apply for this role, please send a covering letter noting your salary expectations, along with your CV to kat@kat-lab.com. The closing date for applications is 9am (GMT) on Monday 20 February 2023.
Are you an experienced qualified laboratory scientist with knowledge of the Oil and Gas Industry? Then we have the perfect job for you, working for a globally recognised small company in Cornwall. We need a Senior Laboratory Projects Manager/Scientist, working as part of our highly motivated, multi-disciplinary, customer focused team conducting routine testing and applied research. You will have project management and client liaison experience, be capable of performing work involving a significant degree of responsibility and autonomy. A creative problem solver who will support the Managing Director with the management of day-to-day operations. Additional duties may include supporting the Management team with business planning, development, and growth for the organisation in an ever-changing environment. Principal Duties will include: Carrying out a range of laboratory testing for both routine and more novel R&D work. Self-managing day to day workload: managing lab resources data handling plotting of results data analysis and reporting as appropriate. Acts as the client liaison to ensure all aspects of the project are carried out in the best interest of the client and the laboratory. Oversee all scoping, planning and execution, and managing activities to ensure on-time delivery, within budget and meets or exceeds expectations including: preparing proposals / quotations meetings setting of priorities evaluating comments/requests ensuring stakeholders' approval. Coordinate resource requirements with other ongoing project work and ensure all stakeholder expectations are aligned. Monitor project status and effectively communicate project status to both the client and Managing Director. Track progress and provide timely status reporting of milestones, dependencies, risks, and issues to key stakeholders. Maintain records for the tests completed and man-hours utilised for the individual projects to provide accurate invoicing instructions. Ensure compliance with company procedures and project documentation requirements. Directly manage Scientists and Specialists. Supervisory responsibility will include but not limited to: managing projects training employees coaching assigning work making sound business decisions. Essential skills/experience: A degree in chemistry, geology (or a related discipline). Background in laboratory aspects associated with oilfield chemistry/ geology and/or R&D activities. Ability to adapt to a variety of different laboratory procedures and make sound judgement in practical matters. Accuracy and traceability, using Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). Ability to work independently and adapt well to rapidly changing priorities and responsibilities. Produce high quality, repeatable work completed to a deadline. Following core test processes and SOPs with a high attention to detail. Ability to follow procedures and Health & Safety Regulations. Project management experience Direct supervision of personnel. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to identify and solve moderately complex problems and articulate proposed solutions across a broader spectrum of issues in written and verbal form to a wide range of stakeholders. Ability to identify and drive implementation of process improvement opportunities. Desirable skills/experience: Direct experience in wax deposition and rheology, gas hydrates, inorganic scale. Working knowledge of ISO 900, ISO 14001 and/or ISO 45001. Operations management. Financial management. Business development. The Company Kernow Analytical Technology (KAT) is based near Launceston in Cornwall, UK. We are a globally recognised, independent production chemistry laboratory specialising in the expert assessment of fluid properties and the qualification of production chemicals for the international Oil and Gas Industry. KAT is recognised as a worldwide leader in advanced instrumentation and test protocols for flow assurance measurements and its small, close-knit team of experienced flow assurance and production chemistry specialists, backed up by highly skilled technologists, offers a wide range of services utilising highly innovative, specialist capital test equipment. Application Details To apply for this role, please send a covering letter noting your salary expectations, along with your CV to kat@kat-lab.com. The closing date for applications is 9am (GMT) on Monday 20 February 2023.