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Graduate Job Materials Scientist/ Refractory Specialists

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Networx Recruitment
Reference: WRXMA6432
Salary: £20,000 - £35,000  

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Materials Scientist/ Refractory Specialists

£20,000 - £35,000 (dependent on qualifications and skills) + benefits

Staffordshire

 

Our client is a global expert in materials analysis and quality testing, providing customised solutions and consultancy that help clients to measurably improve performance and profitability through safer, regulatory-compliant and better-engineered products.

 

They are interested in hearing from material scientists to join their specialist refractory team.  You may be a recent graduate wishing to start a career in this varied field, or you may have acquired post–graduate qualifications and/or industrial experience in a relevant sector.

 

Working with client organisations and their own scientific teams you will be involved in the management and delivery of projects and consultancy work.  Depth of involvement and level of responsibility will vary with experience, but business development will be a key activity for all those appointed.  You will have responsibility for growing business with existing clients as well as expanding the client base.

 

Successful candidates will be educated to at least degree level in material science or a similar discipline.  Further studies to Masters or PhD level would be advantageous.  We place a particular premium on experience in refractory end-user industries, commercial awareness and project management skills.

Location: West Midlands

Recruiter Details

Recruitment Manager
Networx Recruitment
01943 467 766

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