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- As part of the North American Analytical Solution Group located at Bridgewater, NJ, you will work in the vibrational spectroscopy lab for polymer characterization to tackle challenging customer issues; conduct major root cause analysis which leads to rational solutions for Henkel Adhesive business to gain or secure the accounts.
- Perform instrumental analysis for target compound and polymer characterization. Conduct the analysis of industrial adhesive and functional products using modern vibrational spectroscopy instrumentation including FT-IR, Raman, UV-Vis, and potential other polymer characterization.
- Work with technical team, propose analytical solutions; design and carry out experimental plans and procedures using modern analytical tools; analyze and summarize experimental results independently, and communicate with the business partners to ensure on-time delivery of the results and provide proper solutions.
- Follow lab quality control and quality assurance practice; maintain high quality data in a fast-paced environment, prepare clear analytical reports, method SOP, and instrument calibration, maintenance and trouble shooting.
- Ph.D in the field of Analytical, Polymer Science, or Chemical Engineering is required. Will consider a candidate with a M.S. and extensive experience in polymer characterization in lieu of a Ph.D.
- Hands-on experience in vibrational spectroscopy, such as FT-IR, or Raman, is required.
- Experience with polymer characterization methods is required.
- Capable of interpretation of complicated analytical results on complex sample matrices.
- Strong polymer science background is required.
- Effective written and oral communication as well as excellent interpersonal skills.
Henkel is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and other legally protected characteristics.