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Graduate Job Analytical Chemist

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Networx Recruitment
Reference: WRXAN2982
Salary: £18,500 - £30,000  

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Analytical Chemist

Felling, Tyne and Wear

Salary £18,500 - £30,000


An opportunity has arisen within our client’s Analytical Services department for a talented Analytical Scientist. Providing innovative analytical solutions to a wide range of product development and product application challenges – this is definitely not a QC role.


The successful candidate will enjoy working in a brand new laboratory building using state-of-the-art analytical equipment providing support for the development of cutting-edge coatings technologies. Our client aims to develop their technical staff so that they can fulfil their potential within the technical team or in other areas of the business (in the UK or overseas).


Candidates for this role should be graduates in Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science or a very closely related subject with excellent optical microscopy experience together with knowledge and experience of a range of other techniques, ideally including SEM and spectroscopic analysis. The ability to work accurately and to high standards is critical, and a passion for working with customers and solving problems is highly desirable. Good spoken and written communication skills are required as the role will involve regular interaction within International Paint (in the UK and overseas) as well as with external parties

Location: North East England

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