0 suggestions are available, use up and down arrow to navigate them
What job do you want?

Create Job Alert.

Get similar jobs sent to your email

Apply to this job.
Think you're the perfect candidate?
Catalytic Test Engineer at Johnson Matthey

Catalytic Test Engineer

Johnson Matthey Devon, PA Full-Time
Together for a cleaner, healthier world.

Our Clean Air sector excels in sustainable technology. We use our scientific know-how to create innovative products that play a crucial part in reducing harmful emissions and improving air quality, helping our customers meet legislative requirements globally. Governments and consumers are increasingly concerned about air quality, with regulations and legislation tightening. Our Clean Air sector helps meet these challenges, helping to effectively and efficiently reduce emissions from vehicles and other sources. As a supplier of one third of catalysts into the automotive industry globally, we are playing our part in creating a future for tomorrow.

Responsible for planning and execution of capital and minor projects to improve the SCAT (Synthetic Catalyst

Activity Test) ability to properly support the development of novel mobile and stationary emission control technology. This includes the diagnosis and repair of complex safety, reactor and analytical instrumentation required to support routine and new operations.

Your responsibilities:
Collaborates with Lab Manager, lab supervisors, and Development teams in the definition, planning and execution of projects targeting the improvement of the laboratories’ capability and OEE.
Prioritizes process and occupational risk assessment of the procurement and eventual use of new instrumentation and operating procedures.
Will support appropriate testing activities as required by challenging business demands.
Provide technical resource and assistance to SCAT analysts.
Defines and reports KPI’s pertaining to project completion to clearly communicate progress and escalate delays to stakeholders and senior management as appropriate when an impact to test programmes is anticipated and/or additional support is required.
Uses the lean process with proactive daily meetings involving the SCAT team and stakeholders to monitor safety, schedule adherence, 5S and quality.
Proactively manages the safety, housekeeping and equipment capability and inventories. Monitors testing quality and takes active steps for continuous improvement.

Requirements for the role:
A degree or equivalent professional experience in a relevant engineering or science background, technical, scientific knowledge and experience in the testing and application of Clean Air products.
Skill in the logical collation and interpretation of business demands, reactor design, and analytical instrumentation to support novel catalyst development needs.
Strong interpersonal leadership and influential abilities to work with individuals possessing a wide range of skills, knowledge and capabilities.

How you will be rewarded:

We offer a competitive compensation and JM Elements benefits package including bonus, excellent pension contributions and 20 days annual leave (varies for shift- based roles). Our JM Elements Benefits programme helps our employees understand and manage the JM benefits, as well as helping you focus on your overall wellbeing – for you and your family.

We use our inspiring science and technology to enhance lives. For those who are passionate about sustainable solutions and shaping our markets, we offer stretch and a wealth of diverse opportunities.

We’ll give you freedom to bring your whole self to work and be part of a team where difference matters and all voices are heard, that genuinely cares for you and where your contribution is appreciated. We’ll empower you to lean in and make things happen, to create solutions and value for our customers. United by our values and vision, we’re self-starters sharing the same values and accountability and always with a shared commitment to doing the right thing. We’re passionate about making a difference and delivering a better tomorrow for us and for you – a cleaner and healthier world, today and for future generations.



How to apply:
If you have the necessary skills and experience to join our team, please apply online. For any queries or should you require any reasonable adjustments to support your application please let your recruiter know when they contact you.

If you are already a Johnson Matthey Employee, please visit the internal careers site to apply: Find Jobs - Workday (

All applications are carefully considered and your details will be stored on our secure Application Management System. This is used throughout Johnson Matthey for the selection of suitable candidates for our vacancies as they arise. Johnson Matthey respects your privacy and is committed to protecting your personal information. For more information about how your personal data is used please view our privacy notice: Johnson Matthey Privacy Notice

You will be contacted by the Johnson Matthey Talent Acquisition team once your details have been reviewed. Please allow four weeks from the closing date to allow for screening to take place.

We appreciate the time and effort taken in completing an application.

By applying for this role and creating an account you are agreeing to Johnson Matthey Privacy Notice

Johnson Matthey Plc is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief.


Recommended Skills

  • Analytical
  • Automotive Industry
  • Business Process Improvement
  • Engineering
  • Housekeeping
  • Instrumentation
Apply to this job.
Think you're the perfect candidate?

Job ID: 0f8db4a7fb3def56