Do you have a degree in Material Science or Chemical Engineering? Have you worked with nonwoven materials in academia or industry? If you have, and you are looking for a new job opportunity - take a look at this opportunity today!
location: Pittsfield, Massachusetts
job type: Permanent
work hours: 9 to 5
- Leads the design and development of new product and product engineering and applies engineering best practices and tools.
- Support outside trials and development initiatives as defined by Director of R&D.
- Maintain accurate records of development efforts through patent notebooks, experiment files and project management software.
- Build and maintain customer and industry relationships in order to keep current on trial product evaluations and outcomes.
- Contributes as a team member on development projects carrying out assigned responsibilities in a timely, diligent, safe, and professional manner. May act as a project leader.
- Support execution of Product line strategies by providing technical input and carrying out product development initiatives to support customers, markets, and regulatory requirements.
- Build, reinvent, and drive product/process designs that increase performance (for customer and/or Mfg.) and cost attributes internally that enhance and maintain product margins.
- BS. degree in one of the physical sciences: chemical engineering, membrane technology, paper technology or other related field(s) preferred. Advanced degree preferred.
- Minimum of 1-3 years' experience in product development in nonwovens or pulp and paper
- Minimum 3 years' experience working in a laboratory, maintaining and operating equipment, and maintaining records and reports of product development activities.
- Must be able to engage multiple business functions from concept to commercialization.
- Successful product/process development experience in nonwovens and/or related chemical process technology, gained through education or practical experience.
- Comprehensive knowledge of polymer science in the areas of structure/property relationship, rheology, thermal & electrical properties of polymers
skills: Process Engineering
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