Saudi Aramco Careers
Requisition ID: 1428811
Req Number: 17204BR
We are seeking an Aftertreatment Specialist to join the Fuel Technology Division of Saudi Aramco’s Research & Development Center.
The Fuel Technology Division conducts research and technology development in the area of transport fuels chemistry and advanced engine technologies. Our research focuses on the co-optimization of fuel and engine systems, technology demonstration in collaboration with various stakeholders, and strategic transport studies across the road, aviation, and marine sectors.
Your primary role will be to conduct research on new and innovative concepts that utilize emission control systems to enable drastic reduction in criteria pollutants, and CO2 emissions from internal combustion engines, provide guidance, and technical expertise, and foster the development of talent within the organization.
As the successful candidate, you will hold an advanced degree in Chemistry, or Chemical or Mechanical Engineering, from a recognized and approved program.
You will have at least eight years of experience in aftertreatment R&D, including knowhow of emission reduction systems and familiarity with emission regulations.
You will be able to demonstrate strong record of patents and publications.
You will have strong R&D project management skills.
Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:
Conduct high quality research tasks on utilizing emission control systems to enable drastic reduction in criteria pollutants and CO2 emissions.
Study the effects of fuel injection strategies and fuel properties on emissions.
Address the technical challenges associated with developing novel aftertreatment systems in support of efficient, affordable and sustainable mobility.
Prepare periodic progress reports and deliver technical presentations.
Deliver technical presentations to R&D management.
Mentor and oversee development of junior colleagues in your area of specialty.
Submit patents, write technical papers and give technical presentations in international events.