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Graduate Job Graduate Chemists - Protective Coatings

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Networx Recruitment
Reference: WRXGR1504
Salary: Salary £18,000 plus dependent on experience  

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Graduate Chemists - Protective Coatings

Felling, Tyne & Wear

Salary £18,000 plus dependent on experience

Our client currently has some excellent career opportunities for graduate chemists to join their team based in Felling.

Working within the technical laboratories the roles include;

Technical Support Groups

Formulation support including short-term development projects

Factory liaising and dealing with technical queries

Liaising with all areas of the technical services departments throughout the regions

Research & Development Group

New and novel coating chemistries i.e. new polymer systems to help develop the next generation of protective coatings for a wide range of end-uses.

Candidates must be qualified to degree level in Chemistry or a related subject with excellent communication skills, a good team player and be capable of managing their time. All roles are very ‘hands on’ so you must be practically able and flexible.

Experience in the formulating, manufacture and testing of coatings and knowledge of ISO quality systems would be advantageous.

The Protective Coatings business hopes to attract individuals who demonstrate enthusiasm, initiative and the ability to apply skills and knowledge to practical problems, whilst also being able to offer new ideas to a fast growing the business.

There are also good opportunities for short & long-term secondments (e.g. China & USA) as part of the expansion of the worldwide technical activities in these regions.

Location: North East England

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