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Senior Process Optimization Engineer - Biotech - Mont-Saint-Guibert

NOVADIP-BIOSCIENCES is an innovative biotech company, based in the Walloon Region (Mont-Saint-Guibert), with a strong expertise in the development of novel regenerative medicines. This human-sized structure is a leader in first-in-class treatments for hard and soft tissues.

If you are sharing their vision of developing life-improving and life-saving products and if you are looking for new challenges amongst a dynamic and innovative team, consider collaboration with their fast growing company.

In order to support its exciting development, we are looking for a (m/f):

Senior Process Optimization Engineer

Responsibilities :

As a Senior Process Optimization Engineer, you will be involved from design to validation, in the development of new manufacturing processes adapted to innovative cell therapy products.

Your main responsibilities are:

  • Provide leadership to work on development and continuous improvement of the manufacturing process.
  • Define industrial requirement for process automation in cGMP environment (technical and functional specifications).
  • Consulting engineering and/or equipment suppliers for development of automated close systems in production and quality control of cell-based therapies.
  • Set-up of development projects, coordination of external and internal dedicated team (ensure that industrial requirements and biological constraints are well understood), follow-up of projects execution, budget and reporting.
  • Contribute in implementation of new technologies and establish process validation plan in accordance with quality requirements and guidelines.
  • Set-up comparability studies to increase the operational scale of autologous manufacturing process (scale-out).
  • Ensure technology watch of the state-of-the-art technologies in process industrialization and automation of Advanced Cell Therapy Medicinal Products.
  • Manage selection of technologies and act as a scientific expert to ensure good decision making within the department.
Profile :
  • Engineer, Master or PhD with 5 years in process optimization/automation within the GMP biotech/pharma industry.
  • Strong knowledge of industrialization strategies and automation solution for biotech/pharma production.
  • Strong knowledge of quality requirements (GMP, clinical trials, comparability studies, process validation, aseptic practices) and working knowledge of requirements for aseptic manufacturing.
  • Ability to provide leadership and to manage priorities, follow assignments through to completion and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to work in a team and collaboratively in a matrix organization (R&D, QC, QA, RA).
  • Flexible for travelling, organized and pro-active.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English, and ideally also in French.
Offer:
  • 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.
  • An attractive salary package in line with the position responsibilities and your experience.

Business Developer Freelance - Webstories - Louvain-la-Neuve

SIMLEARN is a future start­up from the UCLouvain that creates interactive webstories, available online and dealing with complex political issues, such as, EU decision-making or environmental policies.

SIMLEARN will offer its expertise to European and national institutions, as well as communication agencies, willing to use the powerful approach of game­based learning and ICT in order to communicate, disseminate, train and spice up their messages on complex political questions.

Currently, the start up project is developed via a research project, supported by the Louvain Technology Transfer Office (LTTO) and funded by the Walloon Region under the First Spin­Off Programme.

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

Business Developer Freelance

Responsibilities:

In collaboration with the founder, you are in charge of driving business and developing all commercial activities in the environment of EU institutions and private tenderers in the specific domains of communication, e­-learning, public relation. Your main responsibilities are:

  • Lead commercial activities, including response to call for tender and deal closing.
  • Develop client portfolio and create new strategic partnerships.
  • Analyze the market, and identify business growth opportunities and risks.
  • Identify and develop the company’s unique relative value proposition.
  • Oversee the plan and execution of innovative marketing strategies.
  • Define the go-to-market strategy and develop business models.
  • Participate in trade fairs and other networking events.
  • Report work evolution on a regular basis.
Profile:
  • You hold a Bachelor or Master degree; a MBA is an asset.
  • You have at least 7 years of experience in selling to/serving corporate clients, communication agencies, communication consultancies or associations.
  • You have a commercial track record in business development in the environment of EU institutions and private tenderers, in particular communication agencies.
  • You have a strong understanding of EU policy making process and stakeholders.
  • You have a hands-on approach and an entrepreneurial mindset.
  • You are sales-driven and motivated by challenging targets and own results.
  • You are an excellent networker and a team player.
  • You have excellent communication skills in English and in French. Good command of Dutch is a plus.
Offer:
  • A one-year full or part-time consultancy mission with the opportunity to be part of the story on the long term.
  • A diversified position with a view on many different projects.
  • A unique opportunity to dive into the world of innovative startups and develop a broad network.
  • The opportunity to promote and develop an innovative company.
  • An attractive salary package in line with your experience.

Following the call for expression of interest, successful candidates will be invited to participate to a call for tender.

Operations Manager – Microbiome Therapeutics - Biotechnology - Brabant wallon

A-MANSIA is a biotech company focusing on microbiome therapeutics addressing human health issues like obesity and related disorders. The mission of A-MANSIA is to provide innovative solutions based on Microbiome Therapeutics.

Under the implementation plan in the Walloon Brabant province and its future development, A-Mansia is searching for a dynamic and enthusiastic person to strengthen the team. For more information about the company and the technology, please contact us via recruitment@pahrtners.be.

A-Mansia offers a French, Dutch and English-speaking environment, culturally diversified and located in the heart of Europe, in Belgium, few hours from European Capitals.

To strengthen the team in the Walloon Brabant province, we’re looking for (m/f):

Operations Manager – Microbiome Therapeutics

Main responsibilities:

Reporting directly to the CTO, you are in charge of the whole supply chain management, starting from the research of raw materials to the commercialisation of products on the market. You are the point of contact with the CMO(s) in charge of the finished products’ outsourced production.

Your main tasks are:

  • Coordinate the whole outsourced supply chain.
  • Define specifications, negotiate contracts and manage the collaboration with the CMOs and third parties.
  • Lead production projects and product launch on the market: sourcing of raw materials with the CMO, logistic, galenic development & packaging.
  • Verify the raw materials’ compliance and control outsourced performances.
  • Control and lead the Cog’s at the product launch and on a long-term basis.
  • Be in charge of the internal supply chain team.
  • Report appropriately the progress of undertaken steps in an adapted manner.
Profile:
  • You hold a Ph.D. in Nutrition or Life Sciences, or equivalent by experience.
  • You have at least 5 years of industrial experience in supply chain or operation management related to the production of food complements/probiotics.
  • You have hands on experience in or knowledge of managing CMO’s and third parties.
  • You have skills in managing projects about launching food complements on the market.
  • You take advantages of an extended network on the industrial level and strong leadership.
  • You are rigorous, flexible, hands-on, independent, dynamic and pro-active.
  • You are fluent in English. The command of French and/or Dutch is an asset.
Offer :
  • A diversified position within a young and growing start-up.
  • A key position for the development of the company.
  • The opportunity to join a human sized, dynamic and professional environment.
  • A permanent employment contract.
  • An attractive compensation package in line with your experience.

Quality Assurance Manager - Medical Device - Flemalle

Created in 2013, Wishbone is an innovative start-up located in Flemalle (Liege). Wishbone is engaged in the development of intraoral bone regeneration biomaterials. The company is launching its industrialization and production activities in a brand new production unit.

The goal of Wishbone is to develop superior bone graft substitute products with breakthrough technologies and innovative procedures, and thus improve patient well-being and contribute to a better environment. For more information please visit: www.wishbone-biotech.com

To support this challenging development, we are looking for a (m/f):

Quality Assurance Manager

Responsibilities:

As a Quality Assurance Manager, you are responsible for managing the Quality and Regulatory functions. You ensure the company and the products are compliant with the appropriate standards and regulations. You provide support in the Quality Management System implementation and maintenance.  This includes the development of systems, policies/procedures and programs to ensure compliance with the FDA regulations, ISO standards, and other international requirements.

Your main responsibilities are:

  • Manage the Quality Management System according to the EU ISO 13485, the US FDA 21 CFR Part 820 and any other relevant regulatory requirement in accordance with the Quality Policy.
  • Ensure that required processes of the Quality Management System (QMS) are documented, established, implemented and maintained.
  • Assure that products have been supplied, manufactured, analyzed and released according to specifications and approved SOP’s and to appropriate standards and regulations.
  • Organize and document the Management Review according to the company QMS. Recommend and drive improvements.
  • Perform supplier audits, internal and external audits and interact with suppliers and customers to deal with non-conformities and drive continuous improvement.
  • Support activities for CE marking and FDA approval certification of products as well as maintaining the documentation up to date when changes to the product occur, dealing with notifications and amendments when required.
  • Manage materiovigilance activities including incident and post-market surveillance reporting.
  • Ensure the promotion of awareness of applicable regulatory requirements and quality management system requirements throughout the organization.
  • Report to the top management on the effectiveness of the Quality Management System and any need for improvement of the company organization.
Profile:
  • Scientific Master’s degree, or equivalent through experience.
  • At least 5 years of experience in QA management positions in the medical devices industry.
  • Strong understanding of regulations and guidelines governing medical devices (e.g. CFRs, ISO 13485, MDD, MDR).
  • Strong leadership, project management and communication skills together with hands-on and pragmatic mind-set.
  • Ability to work in a start-up environment where accuracy, accountability, quality, safety and timeliness are essential.
  • Highly collaborative, self-motivated and team-oriented individual in a company setting.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English. Any other language is a plus.
Offer:
  • The opportunity to join an innovative medical device company, a fast-growing start-up environment where teamwork, results and patient care are very important.
  • A challenging and diversified position in a dynamic, young and professional
  • To work in a human size, dynamic, respectful and professional environment.
  • An attractive compensation package in line with the position responsibilities and your experience.

Head of Regulatory Affairs - 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 vist www.asitbiotech.com.

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 Regulatory Affairs

Responsibilities:

As a Head of RA, you lead and drive the execution of ASIT global regulatory and quality assurance strategy. Reporting to the CEO, you are responsible for regulatory affairs, quality assurance, and compliance activities across the company. You define and implement the quality and regulatory policies in line with applicable directives, guidelines and legal requirements.

Your main responsibilities are as follows:

  • Develop, propose and implement the company regulatory & quality strategy.
  • Manage regulatory documents submissions for clinical studies, and product approvals.
  • Implement an efficient quality system and a continuous improvement culture within the company.
  • Interact with regulatory agencies regarding pre-submission strategies, potential regulatory pathways, compliance test requirements, and follow-up of
submissions.
  • Support and advise project teams on regulatory and quality issues.
  • Provide technical review of data and reports for regulatory submissions.
  • Draft product labelling, instruction leaflets and packaging.
  • Participate in internal/external audits, inspections and provide post-inspection
follow-up.
  • Write and update SOP, work instructions, and policies.
Profile:
  • Master or PhD in life sciences or equivalent through experience.
  • 10 years experience in a RA and/or a QA management position in the Biotech/Pharma sector.
  • Track record in developing quality systems from EU/US clinical developments to product approval.
  • Thorough knowledge of ICH guidelines, GxP and related regulatory guidances.
  • 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.
  • Familiar with MS Office solutions.
  • Fluency in 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 Scientist – Nutrition - Biotechnology - Brabant wallon

A-MANSIA is a biotech company focusing on microbiome therapeutics addressing human health issues like obesity and related disorders. The mission of A-MANSIA is to provide innovative solutions based on Microbiome Therapeutics.

Under the implementation plan in the Walloon Brabant province and its future development, A-Mansia is searching for a dynamic and enthusiastic person to strengthen the team. For more information about the company and the technology, please contact us via recruitment@pahrtners.be.

A-Mansia offers a French, Dutch and English-speaking environment, culturally diversified and located in the heart of Europe, in Belgium, few hours from European Capitals.

To strengthen the team in the Walloon Brabant province, we’re looking for (m/f):

Research Scientist – Nutrition

Main responsibilities:

Reporting directly to the R&D Nutrition Manager, you develop a new range of food complements based on intestinal microbes. You manage the full development cycle of a food complement.

Your main tasks are:

  • Coordinate the development, the implementation and the follow up of trials in a laboratory.
  • Manage the innovation and development strategy of new by-products.
  • Take charge of the product development, from the conception to launch onto the market in close collaboration with other scientists, marketing and sales.
  • Contribute to the creation, formulation, conception and feasibility assessment (technical, regulatory, packaging and costs).
  • Be the point of contact with CROs and CMOs regarding formulas validation, dosage, compatibility tests, galenic development and packaging.
  • Ensure the regulatory compliance with external resources, especially regarding the European regulations.
  • Take part in the creation mechanism of the new possible patent application.
Profile:
  • You hold a Ph.D. or a master’s degree in nutrition or Life Sciences, or equivalent by experience.
  • You have at least 5 years of industrial experience in launch of food complement/probiotics onto the market.
  • You master all the aspects of food complement development and related regulations.
  • You are proficient with “MS Project” or any other project management software.
  • You have a good understanding of patent creation mechanism. A successful experience in patent writing is an asset.
  • You like working independently within a team.
  • You are a rigorous, flexible, independent, dynamic and pro-active person.
  • You are fluent in English. The command of French and/or Dutch is an asset.
Offer :
  • A diversified position within a young and growing start-up.
  • The opportunity to join a human sized, dynamic and professional environment.
  • A permanent employment contract.
  • An attractive compensation package in line with your experience.

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: www.dim3.com

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

Product Specialist

Responsibilities:

As a 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.

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.
  • You report work evolution on a regular basis.
Profile:
  • Master’s degree in Business, Engineering or equivalent through experience.
  • 5 years of experience in a Product Management position with technical products. Experience in medical software and/or devices is a plus. Experience in nutrition is also an asset.
  • Results and customer oriented, rigorous, autonomous and flexible.
  • Analytical, organized, team player, open-minded with a start-up mind-set.
  • Fluent in French and in English. The command of 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.
Offer:
  • 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.
  • Significant learning and evolution opportunities.
  • An attractive salary package.

Lead Research Assistant in Assay Validation - 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):

Lead Research Assistant in Assay Validation

Responsibilities :

Reporting to the Laboratory Manager and working closely with Principal Scientists, the Lead Research Assistant in Assay Validation will work within a team focusing on the characterization of the cellular (ELISPOT and various flow cytometry assays such as immune-phenotyping, 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 and in accordance with regulatory requirements;
  • Act as a leader in the laboratory for the development and qualification/validation of complex methods;
  • Participate to the writing and/or to the review of method SOP, validation plans and reports;
  • Work with the Principal Scientist to prepare experimental plans and worksheets needed for the conduct of validation studies;
  • Participate to the identification critical technical steps executed in the laboratory for the success of validation studies;
  • Ensure that all laboratory documents are self-verified, QC verified and approved by the Principal Scientist;
  • Ensure that all deviations/CAPA are documented in a timely manner;
  • Participate in experiment planning and problem solving;
  • 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.
Profile :

The applicant must hold a bachelor’s or a master’s degree (or the equivalent) in a life science discipline such as biology, medical biology or biochemistry/biotechnology and a minimum of 3 years of relevant laboratory experience in a regulated environment (biopharmaceutical or CRO industry). Theoretical and practical knowledge of techniques related to cellular and humoral immunology is required. Experience in flow cytometry assays and cell culture is a strong asset.

The applicant must :

  • Be familiar with fit-for-purpose validation approaches and general validation guidelines (e.g. EMA, FDA, ICH Q2, …).
  • Be familiar with the practical implementation of various validation parameters.
  • Be knowledgeable in the conduct of assay validation with respect to documentation and laboratory practices.
  • Demonstrate excellent organisational skills.
  • Be detail-oriented.
  • Demonstrate schedule adaptability and flexibility.
  • Be willing to actively participate to the generation, the implementation and the continuous improvement of laboratory processes.
  • Demonstrate ability 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 of 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.

Investment Manager – Life Sciences Innovation - Venture Capitalist - Liège

Le Groupe S.R.I.W. (Société Régionale d’Investissement de Wallonie), situé en région liégeoise et composé d’une soixantaine de personnes, est depuis plus de 30 ans un acteur incontournable de la modernisation, du développement et de la croissance de l’économie wallonne. En assurant la gestion d’un ensemble d’actifs d’une valeur totale d’environ 3 milliards d’€, le Groupe S.R.I.W. investit sous forme de capital et de prêts dans des entreprises génératrices de valeur ajoutée et d’emplois en Wallonie.

Le secteur des sciences de la vie représente à ce jour plus de 15% des investissements réalisés pour compte propre. Le portefeuille ainsi constitué est une référence de qualité sur le marché local.

Afin de renforcer son équipe Life Sciences, nous recherchons activement un(e) :

Investment Manager – Life Sciences Innovation

Responsabilités :
  • Procéder à des analyses et des due diligences de propositions d’investissements émanant des entreprises, en collaboration avec des co-investisseurs et éventuellement des experts externes.
  • Sélectionner, préparer, et défendre les propositions d’investissements ainsi que les conditions qui y sont associées, devant le Conseil d’Administration de la S.R.I.W.
  • Négocier les lettres d’intention, les term sheets et les conventions d’actionnaires ou d’emprunts concrétisant les décisions d’investissements dans les entreprises, en collaboration avec le service juridique interne.
  • Exercer des mandats au sein des organes d’administration des sociétés dans lesquelles le Groupe S.R.I.W. détient des intérêts, lui-même ou pour compte de la Région Wallonne.
  • Contrôler et contribuer à l’évolution des sociétés dans lesquelles il détient des intérêts, lui-même ou pour compte de la Région Wallonne, notamment au travers de mises en relations pertinentes.
  • Assurer le développement des activités du Groupe S.R.I.W. par la prospection active de nouvelles opportunités d’investissement, le développement d’un réseau de partenaires locaux et étrangers, l’organisation et/ou la participation à des événements.
Profil :
  • PhD en sciences appliquées à la santé humaine : Biologie, Biochimie, Pharma.
  • Minimum 5 années d’expérience dans le financement d’entreprises ou de projets de recherche.
  • Intérêt marqué pour la finance d’entreprises et les innovations technologiques.
  • Vaste réseau de relations dans le secteur des sciences de la vie dans les milieux académiques, cliniques et/ou industriels.
  • Très bonne connaissance du français et de l’anglais.
  • Aisance relationnelle, compétences de négociation et sens aigu de la diplomatie.
  • Rigoureux, analytique, organisé, responsable et autonome.
Offre :
  • Une fonction riche et variée au sein d’une équipe dynamique et pluridisciplinaire.
  • L’occasion de contribuer activement au transfert des connaissances qui créeront du bien-être pour la collectivité et de la valeur ajoutée pour l’économie réelle.
  • Une culture de travail favorisant à la fois la collaboration et l’esprit d’équipe.
  • Un salaire attractif assorti d’avantages extra-légaux, en phase avec votre expérience.

Manufacturing and Industrialization Manager - Chemicals - Belgique

Known as one of the 5 « Supermajors », our client is a top player in the global oil and gas industry, as well as a leader in industrial chemistry.

In an increasingly competitive environment due to imports of commodity products, and in order to protect its intellectual property and secure its catalytic developments, our client has decided to develop, produce and sell metallocene catalysts.

In order to ensure the development of our client’s polymer plant located in the south of Brussels, we are actively looking for a (m/f):

Manufacturing and Industrialization Manager

New Generation Catalysts
Responsibilities:

As a Manufacturing and Industrialization Manager of New Generation Catalysts, you coordinate the start-up of the production unit of these catalysts. Reporting to the Executive Committee, you are the technical referent and you supervise the production team.

The following responsibilities are entrusted to you:

  • Coordinate and optimize catalyst production in terms of resources, process and results, according to the required specifications.
  • Optimize the application of new process and catalytic versions, in close collaboration with the research and the process department.
  • Maximize the production unit financial profitability by ensuring cost reduction (debottlenecking, solvent recovery, etc.).
  • Implement and ensure compliance with quality (QC/QA) and safety standards.
  • Implement a procedure and ensure performance monitoring.
  • Collaborate closely with the supply chain.
  • Be the technical responsible for the catalysts purchased from tollers.
  • Ensure the customer follow-up worldwide in terms of performance.
  • Supervise, motivate and develop the production team.
Profile:
  • You have a Master’s degree/PhD in Chemistry.
  • You have at least 10 years of experience in scale-up and industrial manufacturing of polyolefin catalysts. As such, you have acquired a solid knowledge in polymerization, and ideally in downstream applications.
  • You have experience in the management of a catalyst operating team (pilot/industrial unit).
  • You are comfortable with project management and you enjoy teamwork.
  • You are autonomous, rigorous, with a strong ability in decision-making and leadership.
  • You have a very good command of English.
  • You are willing to travel occasionally on all continents.
  • You are ready to relocate internationally.
Offer :
  • A strategic and diversified position linked to innovative projects.
  • Development opportunities and a structured evolution plan.
  • Integrate an innovative and globally renowned industrial company.
  • Professional and stimulating challenges, as well as rewarding human contacts.
  • A competitive salary package, in line with your experience.