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International Technical Project Manager - Industry - Genk

Created in 2011, Aperam is a leading global stainless steel and specialty steel producer with key industrial facilities located in France, Belgium, Germany and Brazil. Aperam is successfully implementing a strategy based on operational efficiency and innovation in their products and services.

Aperam products are sold in over 40 countries to customers in the aerospace, automotive, medical, construction, household appliances, catering and industrial processes industries. In 2017, Aperam employed about 9,600 people with a turnover of $5.051 million.

In order to join its center of industrial excellence in Genk, we are looking for an (m/f):

International Technical Project Manager

As an International Technical Project Manager, you implement and follow up global projects in the different plants (mainly in Europe) in the field of robotization, automation, digitalization/connectivity, production IT (MES, WMS, ERP Interfaces), energy saving, process innovation and shop floor layout.

  • Manage end-to-end projects: initiation, planning, implementation, monitoring, close-out, etc.
  • Participate in the company’s digital transformation (Industry 4.0).
  • Accelerate the achievement of business objectives and set up new innovative projects.
  • Be responsible for the conception, calculation and quoting of automation solutions for the Aperam production network.
  • Define and develop Aperam automation standards.
  • Set up and report the project KPIs on quality control, timing, budget and stakeholder satisfaction.
  • Collaborate in the project team as a competent partner for automation.
  • Communicate with different internal and external stakeholders : suppliers, institutes, experts, etc.
  • Report work evolution on a regular basis.
  • Master degree in engineering with a specialization in mechatronics, electricity, electromechanics or energy management.
  • Minimum 5 years of experience as a Technical Expert in an industrial environment with a few years’ experience in continuous improvement project management.
  • A certification in project management (preferably Prince 2).
  • Strong leadership and communication skills with hands-on and pragmatic mindset.
  • Autonomy, proactivity, analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Ability to work within a multicultural environment.
  • Willingness to travel around 60% of your work time.
  • Fluency in English. Knowledge of other European languages is a plus.
  • A unique career opportunity to participate in internal and external training courses, following a guided learning path on both technologies and processes.
  • A real career booster and transition to higher and transverse positions within the group.
  • An international exposure, with learning and development opportunities.
  • The opportunity to travel to the different company sites in Europe and Brazil.
  • An attractive compensation package in line with the position responsibilities and your experience.

Regulatory Manager - Medical Device - Liège

Founded in 2016, Oncoradiomics is an innovative and ambitious start-up established in Liège. Oncoradiomics‘s strategic goal is to « revolutionize precision medicine”, by applying advanced artificial intelligence to clinical imaging.

Oncoradiomics focuses on tailoring cancer care to the clinical, imaging, biological and genetic characteristics of an individual patient so that the best outcome can be achieved.

Oncoradiomics holds several international grants and patents and is continuously developing and connecting with leading industrial and academic players to advance healthcare and the life sciences.

Regulatory Manager


As a Regulatory Manager, you lead and drive the execution of Oncoradiomics global regulatory strategy. Reporting to the CEO, you define and implement the regulatory policy in line with applicable directives, guidelines and legal requirements. Your main responsibilities are:

  • You drive regulatory strategy for EU/US markets: develop global regulatory strategies and drive the international product registration activities (with focus on EU, US, Canada, Australia, Japan, China and South Korea).
  • You prepare, organize, and submit global regulatory submissions/approvals.
  • You prepare and submit regulatory filings including, CE marking, FDA clearance (e.g. traditional and special 510(k) applications), letters to file, technical files, etc.
  • You ensure regulatory requirements for establishment registrations, device listings, and registration licensing is maintained.
  • You perform MDR and MDV complaint reporting assessments.
  • You support the product development team in the implementation of regulatory requirements, including review of design input, risk management, and test documentation.
  • You perform regulatory assessment of product changes.
  • You proactively interpret regulatory guidelines and regulations, anticipate concerns, educate, and integrate requirements into product development programs.
  • You review and approve marketing materials to ensure compliance with advertising and promotional regulations.
  • You support internal and external audits.
  • Master or PhD in life sciences or equivalent through experience.
  • 5 to 10 years experience in a RA position in the (software solutions) MedTech sector.
  • Proven track record of building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Ability to maintain multiple projects and meet timelines, including change management skills.
  • Client-centered and solution-oriented, with hands-on and pragmatic mindset.
  • Excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Fluency in English.
  • A challenging and diversified position within a high-potential innovative start-up company.
  • To work in a dynamic, respectful and professional
  • International exposure, with learning and development opportunities.
  • An attractive compensation package in line with the position responsibilities and your experience.

Principal Design Assurance Engineer - Medical Device - Awans

Miracor Medical is a class IIb/III medical device company specialized in improving clinical outcome of patients with impaired cardiac function, active in interventional cardiology. The company has developed a high potential proprietary technology that consists of hardware, software and catheter(s).

The technology is in advanced clinical stages, with various potential therapeutic applications (among others acute infarct and heart failure). More than 190 patients have been treated with the recent version of the technology. The company aims at getting CE Mark and approval from FDA to run a pivotal study in the next 2 years.

Miracor Medical’s offices are based in Awans, Belgium. The company is now looking for talented and enthusiastic talents to expand its international team. For additional information about the company and its technology, please visit

Miracor Medical offers a culturally diverse English speaking working environment in the heart of Europe, Belgium, a few hours away from Europe’s capital cities.

To support the development of the company, we are looking for a (m/f):

Principal Design Assurance Engineer

  • You provide design assurance support and oversight for product development activities throughout product lifecycle.
  • You create, review and/or execute IQ, OQ, PQ and test method development.
  • You ensure product development follows company procedures and design control requirements.
  • You review and approve design verification and design validation test protocols and reports.
  • You support protocol sample size calculations and data analysis with use of acceptable use of statistical methods/techniques.
  • You drive robust design reviews within R&D teams.
  • You ensure compilation and maintenance of product Design History Files.
  • You document traceability of requirements through design output and to design verification and/or design validation.
  • You lead the risk management process for pre-market and post-market assessments of assigned products.
  • Bachelor or Master’s degree in Engineering, Life Sciences or another related field.
  • 10+ years’ experience working in a Quality or Engineering capacity with Class III medical devices. Experience with catheters and active devices preferable.
  • Experience with all phases of the product development process including clinical investigation.
  • Experience in creating and maintaining Risk Management Files.
  • Deep understanding of MDD (MDR), FDA 21 CFR 820, ISO13485 and ISO14971 standards.
  • In-depth knowledge of the concepts of: design control, engineering change control, statistical techniques, verification and validation methods/protocols, design history files (DHF) and device history and master records (DHR/DMR).
  • Extensive understanding of statistical analysis, measurement and calibration systems, quality testing, sampling and inspection, process control, SOPs, etc.; Six Sigma certificate.
  • Excellent organisational and communication (oral and written) skills.
  • Ability to work on teams as well as individually.
  • Fluent in English (oral and written).
  • A challenging and diversified position within a high-potential innovative medical device company.
  • To work in a human size, dynamic, respectful and professional environment.
  • International exposure, with learning and development opportunities.
  • An attractive compensation package in line with the position responsibilities and your experience.

Responsable QHSE - Energie - Dunkerque

Dunkerque LNG (Dunkerque Liquefied Gaz Naturel) est une filiale à 65 % du groupe EDF SA, 25 % de l’opérateur belge Fluxys et 10 % de Total. L’exploitant du terminal méthanier de Dunkerque est Gaz-OPALE, filiale d’exploitation de Dunkerque LNG.

GAZ-OPALE est en charge de la conduite, de la maintenance et du respect des exigences HSE (Hygiène Sécurité et Environnement). Le terminal méthanier est un site ICPE (Installation Classée pour la Protection de l’Environnement) qui suit la directive SEVESO III seuil haut.

Responsable QHSE

Responsabilités :

En tant que Responsable QHSE, votre mission est de définir et coordonner la politique «qualité, hygiène, sécurité et environnement» de l’ensemble du terminal méthanier. Pour ce faire, vous pouvez compter sur une équipe de 2 personnes et sur un réseau de partenaires externes. Rapportant au Directeur d’Exploitation, vous faites partie du Comité de Direction de Dunkerque LNG.

Vos principales responsabilités sont les suivantes :

  • Implémenter et coordonner le système de gestion de la sécurité : élaboration des plans d’urgence et mise en œuvre d’exercices.
  • Coordonner la sécurité du site, gérer et analyser les événements et incidents.
  • Évaluer et sensibiliser aux risques des postes de travail.
  • Participer au Comité d’Hygiène, de Sécurité et des Conditions de Travail (CHSCT).
  • Obtenir la triple certification Iso 9001, 14001, OHSAS 18001 par la mise en œuvre de documents contrôlés.
  • Garantir la mise en œuvre des évolutions réglementaires et assurer la gestion des déchets.
  • Veiller à la bonne application des règles d’accès au site.
  • Participer aux astreintes de la cellule de crise opérationnelle à raison d’une semaine sur cinq.
Profil :
  • Vous êtes titulaire d’un Bac+5 QHSE, scientifique, ou équivalent par expérience.
  • Vous possédez une expérience réussie de 5 à 10 ans en tant que Responsable QHSE d’un site industriel type SEVESO. Une première expérience en management est un plus.
  • Vous communiquez aisément en français et en anglais.
  • Vous êtes autonome, rigoureux(se) et faites preuve d’un esprit d’ouverture, d’écoute et de synthèse.
  • Vous appréciez le travail d’équipe et possédez une grande aisance relationnelle.
  • Vous êtes habitué(e) à travailler dans un environnement structuré et exigeant (ISO 9001-14001, OHSAS 18001).
  • Vous êtes basé(e) dans les environs de Dunkerque et êtes disposé(e) à vous déplacer ponctuellement en France et à l’étranger (Bruxelles, Zeebrugge, etc.)
Offre :
  • Une fonction stimulante au sein d’un environnement diversifié.
  • L’opportunité de rejoindre un acteur majeur dans l’industrie du gaz en Europe.
  • Des challenges et des contacts variés au sein et en dehors de l’organisation.
  • Des opportunités de développement et de formations.
  • Un salaire attractif reprenant des avantages extra-légaux avantageux.

Research Assistant – Flow Cytometry and Serology - Bio-Pharma/Biotech - Gosselies

Caprion Biosciences is a contract research organisation with facilities in Montreal (Canada) and Gosselies (Belgium). Caprion Biosciences offers analytical services to biopharmaceutical companies ranging from mass spectrometry-based analytical services to the characterization of the human immune response in clinical samples.

Caprion Biosciences operates globally, with partners in North America, Europe and Asia, including large pharmaceutical companies and biotech companies.

In the context of its growing immune monitoring service offering in Gosselies (Belgium), we are looking for a (m/f):

Research Assistant – Flow Cytometry and Serology

Responsibilities :

Reporting to the Laboratory Manager and working closely with Principal Scientists, the Research Assistant will work within a team focusing on the characterization of the cellular (ELISPOT and various flow cytometry assays such as phenotyping of PBMC, detection of intra-cellular cytokines, etc) and of the humoral (ELISA, Luminex, viral neutralization tests, etc) immune response.

Tasks include :

  • Perform immunoassays according to current standard operating procedures;
  • Participate to the writing and/or to the review of method SOP and worksheets;
  • Manage reagents inventories and orders;
  • Participate to the technical management of the laboratory;
  • Perform work according to internal quality standards, apply relevant Quality System procedures and participate to the continuous improvement of Quality documents;
  • Attend relevant internal training activities;
  • Depending on the experience level of the candidate, additional tasks may include:
    • Act as a leader in the laboratory for specific studies;
    • Work with the Principal Scientist to prepare experimental plans needed for the conduct of immune monitoring assays;
    • Participate in the development and qualification/validation of complex methods;
    • Participate in experiment planning and problem solving.
Profile :

The applicant must hold a bachelor degree or a master’s degree (or the equivalent) in a life science discipline such as biology, medical biology or biochemistry/biotechnology and demonstrate a relevant laboratory experience. Theoretical and practical knowledge of techniques related to cellular and humoral immunology is required. Experience in cell culture and handling infectious materials in BL2+ environment is an asset.

The applicant must :

  • Demonstrate excellent organisational skills.
  • Demonstrate schedule adaptability and flexibility.
  • Be willing to actively participate to the generation, the implementation and the continuous improvement of laboratory processes.
  • Be willing to work in a Quality environment (ISO17025, GCLP, GMP) and apply good documentation procedures (GDP).
  • Be functional in French (spoken and written) and have a functional knowledge of written English. Knowledge spoken English is an asset.
Offer :
  • Full time permanent contract, with possibility of rapid start.
  • Diversified tasks and responsibilities and interesting projects.
  • A professional, dynamic and stimulating work environment.
  • Training and development opportunities.
  • A competitive salary package including benefits, adapted to your experience and the context.

Junior Product Specialist - Medical Device - Liège

Headquartered in Liège, Dim3 develops and markets innovative eHealth software and devices in the area of Clinical nutrition to facilitate medical decisions and enhance the life of patients.

Dim3’s technologies bring a great knowledge of healthcare and clinical biometry together with disruptive 3D scanning and software engineering experience. Dim3’s clinical nutrition management tools and connected products integrate automatic medical data collection, interpretation and visualization to give healthcare professionals clear and objective information in real-time.

For more information, please visit:

In order to support Dim3’s development, we are actively looking for a (m/f):

Junior Product Specialist


As a Junior Product Specialist, you guide Dim3’s products to even higher levels. You have a key role in the team. You deal with medical practitioners, customers and partners in order to determine the future direction of Dim3’s applications including specific features, functionality and business models. You deeply understand the pains patients feel and invent ways to translate their needs into smart software. In order to take on these responsibilities successfully, you’ll benefit from broad training and individual coaching.

Reporting to the CTO, you work in close cooperation with customers, the Management Team, Product Development, Clinical Affairs and Sales. Your main responsibilities are:

  • You initiate the product roadmap and strategy in line with market needs and business priorities.
  • You define the pricing strategy and constantly analyze market trends and competitors’ evolution.
  • You support the Sales team in analyzing customers project requirements, in defining adapted technical solutions, and in developing written and oral commercial proposals.
  • You define new products specifications or improvements in an efficient way.
  • You manage the release process in collaboration with the other departments.
  • You develop adapted local marketing tools and actions.
  • report work evolution on a regular basis.
  • Master’s degree in Business, Engineering or equivalent through experience.
  • Ideally first level experience in Product Management. Experience in medical software and/or devices is a plus. Experience in nutrition is also an asset. New graduates are also welcome.
  • Results and customer oriented, rigorous, autonomous and flexible.
  • Analytical, organized, team player, open-minded with a start-up mind-set.
  • Fluent in English. The command of French or any other language is an asset.
  • Strong oral and written communication.
  • Willing to travel for short periods (20% of your time) on a regular basis.
  • A challenging position with direct impact on patients’ health and quality of life.
  • The opportunity to jump into an innovative medical software engineering company, a fast-growing start-up environment where teamwork, results and patient care are very important.
  • Varied contacts with professionals on an international scale.
  • Coaching and training path adapted to your needs.
  • An attractive salary package and evolution opportunities.

Head of CMC - Bio-Pharma/Biotech - Liège

ASIT Biotech is a Belgian clinical-stage biotech company focused on the development of breakthrough immunotherapy products for the treatment of allergies.

Thanks to its innovative technology platform, ASIT Biotech currently holds a leading and unique position on the market. This innovation results in a short treatment, expected to improve patient compliance and quality of life. ASIT Biotech’s product pipeline targets to significantly expand the current immunotherapy market. For more information about the company, please visit

With a headcount of 25 staff members, ASIT Biotech is located in Liège, Belgium. In order to support its high-potential developments, we are looking for a (m/f):

Head of CMC

Responsibilities :

As Head of CMC, you are responsible for all CMC-related technical operations activities, including overall management of process and product development, selection and oversight of the pharmaceutical supply chain, technology transfer, manufacturing and supply of clinical trial material. You ensure the Quality and RA compliance of CMC-related activities with the corporate policies.

You report directly to the CEO and are part of the Executive management.

Your main responsibilities include:

  • Lead the overall management of product and process development.
  • Manage all drug substance and drug product activities from technology transfer to clinical supplies for clinical studies.
  • Identify, select and manage CMOs for process optimization, cGMP manufacture, supply, testing, release and distribution of Drug Substance (API) and Drug Product (DP).
  • Manage the non-GMP productions and associated analytical development activities.
  • Deliver robust, scalable and cost-effective manufacturing routes.
  • Implement appropriate analytical methods and protocols in coordination with QA.
  • Ensure the compliance of all CMO with relevant regulatory standards.
  • Define and execute plans for API and DP validation and registration, in coordination with QA and RA.
Profile :
  • PhD in Life Science with at least 10 years relevant experience in a pharmaceutical or biotechnology CMC/cGMP environment.
  • Relevant expertise in lab techniques focused on protein expression, isolation and analysis.
  • Strong experience in managing CMOs for the manufacture of cGMP APIs and DP.
  • Experienced in cGMP manufacturing and IND, CTA and NDA regulatory filings.
  • Thorough knowledge of relevant FDA and EMEA regulations.
  • Experience with implementing technical, strategic and operational plans.
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills.
  • Ability to identify and resolve critical issues.
  • Fluency in French and English.
Offer :
  • A challenging leading position within a stimulating and dynamic work environment.
  • A variety of interesting contacts with international exposure.
  • The opportunity to have direct impact on the results of a high-potential biotech company.
  • An attractive compensation package in line with the position responsibilities and your experience.

Research Associate – Target expression - Biotechnology - Brussels

Confo Therapeutics, a spin-off of VIB and VUB, is a drug discovery company built around a disruptive technology which enables it to address ‘undruggable’ GPCRs. The company is building a portfolio of transformative medicines in various disease areas.

Confo Therapeutics is currently located on the Etterbeek campus of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and on the Technology Park in Zwijnaarde/Ghent. More information about Confo’s technology and strategy can be found on

For the expansion of the target discovery team in Brussels, we are looking for a (m/f):

Research Associate – Target expression

  • You will help to implement a state of the art cell culture lab and build an efficient cell culturing engine for different eukaryotic hosts.
  • You will overexpress GPCRs in different eukaryotic expression hosts and assess recombinant receptor expression (transient and stable cell lines).
  • You support the Confobody discovery teams to assess conformation sensitivity of antibodies in cell based assays.
  • You manage Confo Therapeutics’ cell line culture capacity and inventory aligned with the Data Management System.
  • You communicate experimental progress to the project teams.
  • Bachelor in life sciences with at least one year experience in eukaryotic cell culturing in an industrial setting.
  • Proficient in eukaryotic cell transfection techniques and methods to assess heterologous protein expression such as flow cytometry and radioligand assays.
  • Experienced operator of flow cytometer and capable to analyse flow cytometry data is an asset.
  • Scientific integrity, solid analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Working accurately and self-motivating.
  • Enthusiastic team player in a small company setting.
  • Excellent communication skills in English.
  • A competitive compensation package with extensive benefits.
  • An entrepreneurial and stimulating working environment in a growing and ambitious biotech company.
  • Excellent career development opportunity, with exposure to all aspects of R&D in the company.

Principal Scientist - Bio-Pharma/Biotech - Gosselies

Caprion Biosciences, a contract research organisation with facilities in Montreal (Canada) and Gosselies (Belgium), offers analytical services to biopharmaceutical companies for the characterization of the human immune response in pre-clinical and clinical samples.

Caprion operates globally, with partners in North America, Europe and Asia, including large pharmaceutical companies and biotechs.

For its site in Gosselies and in the context of its growing immune monitoring service offering, Caprion is looking for a (m/f) :

Principal Scientist

Responsibilities :

Reporting to the Director of Scientific Operations and working closely with the laboratory personnel, the Principal Scientist will work within a team focusing on the characterization of the cellular and humoral immune response, using various types of assays such as flow cytometry (phenotypic, ICS, etc) ELISPOT, ELISA, Luminex and viral neutralization tests.

Responsibilities include:

  • Overseeing experimental design of flow cytometry, ELISPOT and antibody-based assays through generation of study-specific workplans and supporting documentation
  • Acting as a key resource to provide guidance and support in root cause analysis and impact assessment
  • Overall conduct of studies in different immune-therapeutic areas, acting as primary contact to the client for communication of study progress
  • Data interpretation, report generation and presentation of results to clients
Profile :

The applicant must hold a doctorate degree in life science, with strong knowledge of immunology, with post-doctoral experience (or equivalent) and have a deep expertise of flow cytometry analysis. The applicant must also have a minimum of two years of experience in the industry.

The applicant must :

  • Be proficient with analysis software such as FlowJo, Pestle, Spice, Prism and Excel and be able to perform complex analysis of flow cytometry data such as Boolean analysis.
  • Demonstrate excellent communication and organisational skills.
  • Be abreast of latest immune monitoring methodologies
  • Have an excellent knowledge and understanding of GCLP regulations and other regulatory guidelines sufficient to carry out GCLP studies.
  • Be willing to work in a Quality environment (ISO17025, GCLP, GMP) and apply good documentation practices (GDP).
  • Be fluent in English (written & spoken) and able to functionally communicate in French.
Offer :
  • Full time permanent contract.
  • Diversified tasks and responsibilities and interesting projects.
  • A professional, dynamic and stimulating work environment.
  • Development opportunities.
  • A competitive salary package including benefits, adapted to your experience and the context.

Medical Officer - Biotech, Biotechnology - Mont-Saint-Guibert

NOVADIP BIOSCIENCES ( is an innovative biotech company expert in the development of novel regenerative medicines. This human-sized structure is a leader in new generation therapies for hard & soft tissue reconstruction from autologous adipose stem cells.

NOVADIP BIOSCIENCES shows the ambition to grow to a worldwide class, with a successful closing of a 28M€ fund raising. Its main objective for the coming years is to develop its portfolio of products and to perform clinical validation and process industrialization of its main compounds.

NOVADIP BIOSCIENCES is a French/English-speaking work environment based in Mont-Saint-Guibert (close to University of Louvain-la-Neuve and Brussels area), Belgium, Europe.

In order to support our clinical development, we are actively looking for a (m/f):

Medical Officer


As a Medical Officer, you are part of the Medical Department consisting of the Chief Medical Officer, a Compliance Manager, 2 Clinical Project Managers, 2 Clinical Research Associates and a Clinical Research Assistant. You closely collaborate with them.

Your main responsibilities are as follows:

  • Design, contribute and write new study protocols and documentation related to clinical trials (IMPD/IND, investigator brochure, sponsor master files, patient informed consent, CRF, monitoring plan, safety plan /DSMB…) and contribute to the design of clinical development plans.
  • Develop and maintain a network of medical experts in the field and work in close collaboration with internal departments (i.e. R&D, Regulatory Affairs, Manufacturing, logistics…).
  • Identify, screen, select, initiate clinical sites, CROs, and other sub-contractors in the future trials in collaboration with clinical team.
  • Set up pharmacovigilance program (standalone or in collaboration with CRO).
  • Manage the interactions with ethics committees.
  • Monitor trials from a medical point of view, together with internal staff and clinical sites personnel.
  • Review incoming clinical data, and write medical reports or any other scientific files in collaboration with the Chief Medical Officer.
  • Facilitate communication flow between the clinical sites, CROs and Novadip.
  • Share your knowledge with the teams in order to overcome scientific, operational, regulatory, marketing, financial and strategic challenges within the company.
  • Active participation in training/coaching of operational teams involved in clinical trials (internal and external).
  • Report to the Chief Medical Officer.
  • MD, PhD in Medical Sciences or Master in sciences or related field.
  • Min. 5 years of experience within either a CRO or a Pharma/Biotech/Medtech company. Experience in cell therapy is a great asset.
  • In depth understanding of clinical development plans, clinical trials, and superior knowledge of IHC-GCP.
  • Interest in basic sciences and translation of medical science in new clinical trials protocols.
  • Good communication skills with both clinical and non-clinical contacts.
  • Excellent attention to details and established organizational skills.
  • Demonstration of flexibility, professionalism, good interpersonal skills and managerial skills.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English is required. Good level of Dutch or French is desired.
  • Willingness and ability to be based in Belgium and to travel nationally and internationally.
  • To be in the possession of a full driving license.

A diversified full-time permanent position within a high-potential innovative biotech company.

  • To work in a human-sized, dynamic, respectful and professional environment.
  • The opportunity to take part in a challenging scientific and business growth.
  • Varied contacts inside the company and with the biotech/pharma sector.
  • An attractive salary package in line with the position responsibilities and your experience.