Nicole Delsing, 23 years old and started working for Sitech Asset Health Center on January 6, 2020. Immediately after obtaining her degree in Chemical Engineering at TU Eindhoven, she was invited to take on the role of project coordinator at the Chemelot site in Geleen. She jumped at the opportunity because she was already familiar with the factory environment. As our youngest female team member, she tells of her first experiences on the job.
Your role in a nutshell
I am a project coordinator at SAHC. This means that my team and I supervise projects from A to Z. Our team maps the challenges faced by the client and uses the findings to create targeted solutions.
“In this role, I work with Industry 4.0 technologies.”
What do you like most about working for SAHC?
To me, SAHC represents many opportunities to learn as well as to embrace new challenges. Thanks to my degree in Chemical Engineering, I have a good understanding of how processes work in the chemical industry. My degree program didn't cover Industry 4.0 technologies – I can and want to learn much more on this topic. SAHC's work on new Industry 4.0 techniques currently unknown to the rest of the world really appeals to me.
What surprised you most about SAHC?
Before I started working here, I assumed that SAHC's clients were also based on the Chemelot site in Geleen. Essentially, I thought of SAHC and Sitech as only connected to Chemelot. But I've since seen how SAHC is engaged in many business activities outside of Chemelot. I really like the fact that I can make a contribution to such an internationally oriented organization.