Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar

Project Associate Chemical Engg. Jobs in Gandhinagar - Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar

Gandhinagar
BE/B.Tech
Last Date to Apply: 07-06-2019
Project Associate Chemical Engg. - Job Details Date of Posting: 30-05-2019

Project Associate Chemical Engg. job vacancies in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Gandhinagar

Qualification : B.Tech or equivalent in Chemical Engineer from IIT/NIT/reputed University . Candidate should have experience of industrial effluent treatment for the dye and textile industries including determination of COD, BOD, TOC, TDS, TSS pH etc.  Experience of process scale up will be an advantage 

Desirable: Good oral and written communication skills with capacity to work in a team. Candidates who have prior experience in the dye / textile water treatment ad scale up experience along with handling various instruments for water quality measurement or equivalent will be preferred. 

Mode of Selection:The shortlisted candidates will be called for interview. The final selection of candidates will be decided on his / her merit and performance in the interview. 

Salary : : Rs. 18,000/- to 31,000/-


How To Apply ForProject Associate Chemical Engg. job vacancies in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Gandhinagar

Interested candidates should email their complete resume giving all educational qualifications and experience details crtdh@iitgn.ac.in  on or before June 07, 2019.


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About Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar

Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, deemed an institute of national importance by an Act of the Indian Parliament, strives to offer the best undergraduate engineering education in India with unmatched innovations in curriculum. The institute promotes critical thinking and an appreciation of the interdisciplinary character of knowledge, with an emphasis on the liberal arts, project oriented learning, compulsory courses in design and the life sciences, diversity and globalization.