BASF Scientist for Dangerous Goods Classification (m/f/d) - remote in Berlin, Germany
Job Field : Environment, Health & Safety
Location : Berlin,DEU
Company : BASF Services Europe GmbH
Job ID : EN59132283ONLE1
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As an international service hub, the BASF Services Europe GmbH bundles a wide range of services for the BASF Group throughout Europe. In the heart of Berlin, we combine expertise in the areas of finance, HR, supply chain, procurement, product safety and IT. We focus on digital and customer-focuced solutions, to create services for future. Learn more about us at on.basf.com/serviceHUB-berlin
Protecting people and the environment is a top priority for BASF. In Global Safety Services, our global network of experts in occupational and plant safety, environmental management, health protection, product safety and hazard control supports BASF's business units at all our sites. As a dedicated service unit, we support in complying with all applicable legal regulations and voluntary commitments. We make an essential contribution to reducing EHS risks and minimizing our environmental impact.
What you can expect
As Scientist for Dangerous Goods Classification you will be responsible for ensuring compliance with international dangerous goods regulations and for the classification of dangerous and non-dangerous goods.
You will ensure the legal compliance of dangerous goods in relation to the legislation of national and international authorities.
You will be responsible for the classification of dangerous goods and non-dangerous goods according to the legislation for the individual transport paths.
This includes the determination of the packing group and UN number according to the legal requirements.
Monitoring the development of dangerous goods regulations and influencing them are further parts of your job.
In addition, you will conduct analyses of current and historical data on dangerous goods classification.
What we expect
completed master's degree with a scientific or chemical-technical background or comparable training
first professional experience in the field of dangerous goods management are from advantage
comprehensive knowledge of international laws, guidelines and industry standards on the subject of dangerous goods
proactive approach to identifying and implementing new regulatory changes
very good language skills of German and English
we attach great importance to collegial cohesion, therefore the ability to work in international teams
Flexible working hours so that you can organize your working and private life according to your needs
Location-independent work models with defined days of presence in Berlin
Onboarding to help you settle in quickly, ensuring you are part of the BASF team from day one
Development discussions and programs so that you can reach your full potential