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Graduate Job Graduate Chemists

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: International Paint
Reference: IPCH
Salary: £19,500 - £28,500  

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International Paint is the world leader in high performance products for the marine, yacht and protective coatings markets, employing 5,700 people worldwide. The company is part of AkzoNobel, the world’s largest paints and coatings company.  

 

We have over 200 scientists and technologists working at our main UK operation at Felling in Newcastle-Gateshead. It’s the ideal environment for ambitious scientists seeking to further their careers within a company committed to growth and success through technology.

 

Applications are invited from candidates with a good first degree, or PhD, in chemistry or a closely related subject, and possibly a number of years’ industrial experience. An interest or background in coatings science would be beneficial.

 

We aim to attract candidates who demonstrate enthusiasm, flexibility, initiative and the ability to apply skills and knowledge to practical problems. In addition, successful candidates will be strong team players with excellent communication skills.

 

A comprehensive training programme will be tailored to reflect your experience and needs.

 

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Location: North East England

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