Last updated: October 19, 2022
Job Title: Process Safety Engineer
Location: Our fully-serviced Aberdeen Office in Queen’s Gardens (with flexible working options)
Salary: £32,000 – £42,000 per year dependant upon experience ( + benefits)
Who Are Salus Technical?
Salus Technical was founded with one goal; to make sure that everyone in the energy industries gets home safely. Simple. We do this by offering process safety engineering support and software. The successful candidate will be working on our exciting projects in offshore wind, offshore Oil & Gas and Carbon Capture. (We are even helping to support environmental research in the Antarctic!)
What Can We Offer?
Who Are You?
You are an Engineer who graduated within the past 3 years who is looking for something a little bit different! You are someone who loves to get stuck in and try new things. You will be motivated, keen to learn and able to manage working on projects simultaneously. You are someone who is excited at the prospect of making a real difference in an organisation, and who wants personalised support for their role. We may consider slightly more experienced candidates if you feel that you fit the bill.
What Will You Be Doing?
You won’t just be sitting in the corner, you will be front and centre working on a range of different projects that include (but are not limited to):
We would like to fill this role quickly, so if this has piqued your interest, don’t hesitate; we would love to hear from you! By all means, send us your CV and covering letter but we know there is more to someone than a piece of paper. We would like anyone who is interested to send a link to short video or audio CV to email@example.com that describes the following:
The audio or visual clip does not need to be long or professionally edited (a selfie video is fine); 1-3 minutes is completely fine. We will only consider applicants who send the audio/video file. Here is some guidance as to how to do it: https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-advice/cvs-and-cover-letters/create-a-great-video-cv#technical-aspects