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Bold. Energetic. Ingenious. Genuine. These qualities best describe employees who work for Ingevity. We believe it takes extraordinary people to create extraordinary results.
At Ingevity, we harness the bold spirit, innate curiosity and remarkable ingenuity of our people to develop innovations that purify, protect and enhance the world around us. Our products enable oil to flow better, crops to grow fuller, roads last longer, and ensure that the air we all breathe is cleaner.
Already a leader in markets in which we compete, we leverage our deep technical expertise and knowledge of our customers’ industries to turn complex challenges into powerful possibilities and value-added solutions. We prize creativity and imagination and we’re always looking for a better, smarter way of doing things.
We know it takes the right people with the right attitude to achieve the improbable. People who understand that there is no challenge too big and no contribution too small. People with the ability to solve and the commitment to stay the course. People who work together to create meaningful impact and exponential results, for our customers and the world around us. Our people are our most valued asset, and the foundation of our success. Interested? We thought you might be, and we’re so glad!
How you will impact Ingevity
In this new position, you will play a pivotal role in the advancement of effective and efficient air quality control and alternative energy solutions worldwide.
Establish key components of a global emissions control assessment campaign, in partnership with leaders within Ingevity, industry and environmental regulatory communities around the world.
Develop and establish clear, consistent international environmental impact analyses for proven emissions control technologies.
Guide Ingevity research and development projects designed to further assess and refine evolving emissions control solutions.
Serve as international spokesperson on issues related to the role of emissions control policies and act as a technical spokesperson and analyst for Ingevity.
Analyze regulatory publications related to the emissions control and energy industries.
What you need to succeed:
An advanced degree, preferably Ph.D., in Chemical Engineering or another appropriate field
A minimum of 5 – 7 years of related industry or environmental regulatory or environmental/energy policy experience.
Willingness to travel up to 25%, including to international locations.
Understanding of emissions control and emissions inventory modeling
Exceptional leadership, strategy-development, and problem-solving skills with complex project management.
Outstanding interpersonal skills in facilitation of cooperative, collaborative alliances among a diverse set of business partners.
Superior communications skills.
A passion for environmental protection, and a desire to share that passion as we work together to advance our world’s progress toward cleaner air.
This role is not eligible for employment visa sponsorship. The successful candidate must not now, or in the future, require sponsorship to work in the US.
Ingevity is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
Recruiting Agencies: Ingevity does not accept unsolicited resumes and therefore, will not be responsible for any fees associated with unsolicited resumes.