Det Norske Veritas (DNV) is a global provider of
services for managing risk. An independent foundation
with the objective of safeguarding life, property and
the environment, DNV comprises 300 offices in 100
countries, with about 10,000 employees.
DNV funds strategic research through its Research and
Innovation (R&I) corporate unit. The Materials Program
is one of six Programs in R&I and is leading applied
research related to corrosion and advanced materials for
a variety of industries. The projects are supported both
through internal and external funding and complement
activities in DNV business units in the US and Europe.
The DNVR&I Materials Program is co-located with DNV
U.S.A. business units in Dublin, Ohio and has access to
extensive laboratory facilities in Ohio.
DNVR&I is looking for an energetic and talented engineer
with practical knowledge or experience in the areas of
corrosion, materials science, and modeling. The position
will involve working in the laboratory with a team of
multi-disciplinary researchers to develop performance
prediction data and models for corrosion resistant
alloys used in the oil and gas industry. Additional work
may include supporting projects through the development
of models for pipeline risk assessment.
or related fields required
- Ph.D. in mechanical, chemical, materials engineering
- Minimum 3 years of experience in electrochemical and
corrosion cracking testing techniques
- Knowledge of electrochemical, corrosion, and stress
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills are
- Willingness to travel both nationally and
develop externally-funded projects is highly desirable
- Ability to work across disciplines as well as to
Division/Department : Research and Innovation
Hire Type : Direct
Req. Code : 7962
DNV (Det Norske Veritas) is an independent foundation with the purpose of safeguarding life, property, and the environment. Our history goes...