Industrial Breeding Engineer (M/F)
The Industrial Breeding Engineer will join the Technical Directorate. The purpose of this Directorate is to develop new production unit projects. This Directorate is currently working on a unit project based in Amiens. This unit, the construction of which will start in early 2020, will be a world premiere and one of the largest industrial projects in France in 2020.
The Industrial Breeding Engineer strengthens the Technical Directorate.
His/her role is to develop finely-tuned rules and protocols for each production step at the breeding workshop of this future unit. The development of these rules and protocols will have to take into account the various constraints and risks (health, biosecurity, animal welfare, profitability…).
In order to do so, the Industrial Breeding Engineer must:
– rely on the know-how acquired with Ÿnsect’s industrial demonstrator based in Dole
– rely on the various professional expertise in place at Ÿnsect: breeding experts, industrial processes engineer, the health, safety and environment manager, robotics engineers, entomologists…
– rely on data collected, both by the demonstrator and by the R&D team based in Evry.
The position is by nature a position requiring the ability to interact with numerous internal stakeholders, each with their own professional expertise and with their own jargon.
It requires the ability to arbitrage between various constraints and risks.
• You graduated from an engineering school
• At least 5 years of experience as a breeding engineer within industrial farms, or within breeding consulting firms
• Strong interest for highly automated/robotised industrial breeding
• You like to be challenged
• Structured and analytical, you like versatility and know how to manage your time
• Good written and oral communication, good interpersonal skills
• Sense of initiative, you like to solve complex issues, with several equations and several unknown factors
• Conscientious and open-minded, you are naturally curious.
• Sense of team work
• Command of the English language is necessary