On the way to optimal staffing
As usual, we haven’t been sitting idle during the past few months and have continuously been interviewing applicants in an effort to find precisely the employees who will fit perfectly into the Consilab team, both professionally and personally. We are pleased to report that our search has been successful in all areas.
New employees at the Frankfurt location:
We were able to gain a new expert in the field of thermal stability with Dr. Christine Schiewer. Dr. Schiewer received her doctorate from the University of Göttingen on the topic of “Reactivity of biomimetic model complexes for iron-sulfur clusters”. Since she often had to deal with hazardous substances in connection with the analysis for this work, her interest in key safety data had already grown there. She has been able to further develop her expertise in this field in the Consilab team since August.
Mr. Julian Hartmann holds a Master of Science degree in chemistry with a focus on technical chemistry from TU Darmstadt. Mr. Hartmann started work in January 2019 in the Consilab laboratory, where he is now in charge of key safety data, in particular the determination of flash point, ignition temperature and explosion limits, as well as the area of thermal stability.
Mr. Tobias Shepherd completed his training as a chemical laboratory assistant at Provadis in the summer. He started Immediately afterward in the Consilab laboratories, where he was first trained in the measurement of key safety data. He has in the meantime established himself in the dust laboratory.
With Ms. Stephanie Geb, we have successfully recruited a chemical laboratory assistant with several years of experience in the area of analytics. Ms. Geb has been applying her experience in the Consilab laboratories in the GLP area since October of last year.
New employees at the Leverkusen location:
Dr. Bettina Hillmann completed her studies in chemistry at TU Berlin, where she received her doctorate in the subject of biophysical chemistry. She then gained many years of experience with a large company where she supervised various projects. Dr. Hillmann can now apply her wealth of project experience wonderfully to the wide range of tasks of the Consilab team, which she has been supporting since November.
Ms. Vivian Maiwald is a trained chemical laboratory assistant. She began working intensively with dusts, especially coal dusts, while she was still a trainee. She is now applying this experience in the Consilab laboratory, where since April she has not only been testing dust for combustibility but also has been integrated into the measurement of other key safety data.
The whole Consilab team is happy about the new members and has already welcomed them all warmly into the group of colleagues.