There’s one thing that makes more of a difference to our company than anything else and that’s our people. At C-Tech Innovation you have the opportunity to work alongside some of the UK’s most talented scientific professionals in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.
Looking for a Challenge?
If you’re looking for real challenges, you’ve come to the right place. We are a forward thinking and entrepreneurial company with an international client base. Our Vision is to be a leader in the creation of a business world where innovation and the sharing of new ideas and technology are the core drivers for commercial success
We help you develop a long and successful career. You will also have opportunities to grow personally and professionally and we ensure that our employees are continually strengthening their skill set and developing as individuals.
Our environment is one of mutual trust, respect and autonomy where you will have the freedom to examine the economic potential of your own innovative ideas. We aim to maintain an intellectually, robust and stimulating environment. We are relentlessly focused on delivering technology solutions that work harder for our customers.
Drawing on our renowned research, development and technical talent, we tackle some of society’s most pressing issues, from novel energy production to climate change from tomorrow’s materials to future foods giving you access to technology, people and organisations around the world.
At a glance:
- Competitive salary (which is regularly reviewed)
- Generous staff pensions scheme
- Life assurance
- Generous holiday entitlement
- Extra holidays based on length of service
- Share ownership in the company
Get paid to do a Masters
Get paid to do a Masters with the Centre for Global Eco-Innovation at Lancaster University and C-Tech Innovation. Nitrogen fixation is a huge global industry but is one that is overly reliant on large plants, expensive reactors and huge natural gas reserves. As a result, it contributes significantly to the production of greenhouse gases and therefore climate change.
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