Graphenest is hiring! Within the scope of UT Austin Portugal’s strategic research project GEMIS, the company is looking for someone to work full-time to develop activities in the scope of the commercialization of graphene and graphene-based materials (GBM).
- Establishment of communication within Graphenest and other partners, in order to ensure that the developed graphene-based products have characteristics in accordance with the specifications;
- Understanding and specifying material requirements to meet design and commercial needs;
- Development of innovative material solutions, internally and with suppliers, to improve performance, reliability and cost;
- Material characterization and analysis of data, including running trials in production environment;
- Supporting the Graphenest production unit;
- Management of projects.
- Materials Engineering or Chemical Engineer or Chemist degree or Physicist degree (PhD mandatory);
- Consolidated knowledge in graphene’s characterization techniques (Raman spectroscopy, scanning and transmission electronic microscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, among others);
- Enthusiastic team player who transmits energy and enthusiasm;
- Experience delivering to projects.
- Confirmed knowledge on Business Development related to (innovative) materials;
- Preference is given to residents in Aveiro’s district.
- Advanced level in English, both in speech and in writing;
- Team player that is able to guide and present opinions;
- Enthusiastic and engaged, willing to go the extra mile;
- Extremely good communication.
Applications must be submitted via email to:
Graphenest is a supplier of graphene and derived materials, characterized by its high quality and highly competitive price, tailored for different areas of application, under the brand “Graphenest Advanced Nanotechnology”. The company owns a production technology based on a cost-effective and environmentally friendly liquid-phase (high shear and ultrasonic) exfoliation process. It is an innovative process for producing high quality graphene, affordably and efficiently, and on a scale capable of meeting the potential market demand for the nanomaterial.