Thursday, July 5, 2012

Westfield Technologies

Target: 1st cycle graduates in Bioengineering and Microbiology and 2nd cycle in Ambience Engineering and Applied Microbiology
Company: Westfield Technologies
Functio: STAGE Professional
Applications: 25.07.2012

We are a Portuguese company, run by British management and we commercialise freeze-dried
bacteria and enzymes principally for the waste treatment industry.
We are offering a position on a Professional Stage, with a view to making a full-time role at the end
of it. You will help us to demonstrate some of our products by applying them to working treatment

Activities to Develop

Your job would be to run some field trials using our bacteria in functioning waste treatment plants
and to commercialese our products throughout the waste treatment industry in Portugal.


You need to be a graduate with a relevant degree, so you will need to have a solid understanding of
waste treatment methods and experience of working in a lab. Of particular interest will be your
knowledge of biological treatment plants.
Much of your work will be unsupervised on site and you will need to be extremely self-motivated with
a good sense of initiative. As well as having strong technical skills, it is also important that you are
comfortable selling to the industry.
You will also have the opportunity to visit our production facilities in the UK to learn more about our
products. Being very comfortable working in English is therefore extremely important.


Various sites in northern/central Portugal

 Other Informations

If you would like to apply for this position, please send your CV (can be in Portuguese) and in less
than 150 words (in English) please state a waste treatment sector in Portugal that you think would
be well suited to using freeze-dried bacteria and explain why.
Pay is 700 euros per month plus expenses


Please submit your application by 25/07/2012 - we are hoping to start in September, but we can
show some flexibility on this. Send your email and covering letter to Charles Cutler –

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