In this role, you will establish a set of clearly defined technical projects and targets.
Creative input into the design and understanding of new product chemistries through close collaboration with a team of chemists and engineers.
You will be responsible for inspecting and analyzing test samples of materials. Participate in Round Robin studies in accordance with the company schedule, and comply with NADCAP requirements for chemical testing.
he Development Chemist I-III in the Primary Metals Cleaning & Corrosion lab shall execute development assignments, determinations and tests under the supervision of the manager/group leader or in assistance to a senior level Chemist.
The Analytical Chemist or Engineering will work as part of a team, in a petrochemical R&D center, performing routine chemical analysis utilizing analytical instruments (GC, TOC, KF, and pH) and conducting laboratory scale experiments with fixed bed and fluid bed reactor systems.
Test chemical production batches in accordance with ACS, USP and other outlined company procedures, and make the necessary chemical adjustments to ensure the chemical batch meets product specifications.
The Associate Chemist will perform a variety of QC testing to assess the strength, identity and purity of test samples and/or materials. Incumbent will work as a member of team to effectively plan and QC analytical testing using established (official and/or in-house) test procedures.
In this role, you will perform GC/MS analyses on mobile laboratory. Will be trained in analysis of air samples in real time using Trace Atmospheric Gas Analyzer (TAGA), and may support fixed site laboratory analyses for VOC's and SVOCs and other contaminates of concern.
Develop mass spec based methods (e.g. LC/MS and LC/MS/MS) and perform analysis for the characterization and comparability evaluation of complex therapeutic proteins, including identification and quantification of product variants such as posttranslational modifications and product and process related impurities.
in this role, you will analyze problems, identify and evaluate alternative solutions, make decisions or recommendations, resolve problems, and consult with appropriate staff and resources as needed, based on knowledge, experience, and expertise.
In this role, the selected candidate must be able to obtain medical clearance for field work at hazardous waste sites including lifting up to 40 lbs. and working for extended periods of time in the field, under hot or cold, humid, and wet conditions.
In this role, you will perform accurate sample preparation on solid and liquid samples using various methods including acid digestion, alkali and borate fusions, and microwave-assisted digestion for trace element analysis.