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Graduate Job Graduate Technical Support Assistant û Chemistry, Physics or Material Science

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Discovery Graduates
Reference: SESG40
Salary: ú22000 - ú24000  

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Graduate Technical Support Assistant û Chemistry, Physics or Material Science ú22000 - ú24000 Eggborough, East Yorkshire Who are we? Saint-Gobain Glass is Europe's leading glass supplier and world leader in soft-coat technology with our energy efficient SGG Planitherm range. Saint-Gobain Glass is one of the major Divisions of the Saint-Gobain Group. The Group employs some 170,500 employees across 40 countries. What do we do? Saint-Gobain Glass products are all around us. From self-cleaning glass, anti-reflective glass, flat screen technology, shaped glass for the automotive industry (50% of European cars have Saint-Gobain glass), right through to modern art (the Louvre in Paris is made with Saint-Gobain glass). Due to ongoing investment we are looking for a Graduate to join our technical team. The right Graduate will be educated to degree level in Chemistry, Physics or Materials Science with a 2.1 or above. You must be able to demonstrate an organised and flexible approach to work in an industrial environment. An interest in product and process development is crucial but experience in our products is not essential; some of our developments are so innovative you will not have heard of them yet! A knowledge of MS Access and foreign languages, although not essential, would be beneficial. Responsibilities will include process monitoring during production and co-ordination of process development exercises both on site and at downstream customer facilities.

Location: Yorkshire and Humberside

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