Research Engineer / Scientist, Ink

Fond du Lac, WI

Posted: 06/12/2018 Industry: Laboratory - Industrial Chemicals Job Number: 252.18TM Pay Rate: 90,000 - 120,000

Research Engineer / Scientist, Ink

The Research Engineer / Scientist, Ink will have the following responsibilities:

  • Investigate and evaluate technologies
  • Independent judgment in implementing new work methods
  • Represents department at internal meetings and selected external meetings
  • Design and perform experiments
  • Observe and evaluate technology trends and build up an excellent network within and outside of company
  • Challenging, highly technical projects that require broad conceptual judgment for which there is little or no precedent
  • Working with customers to validate product needs and performance
  • Define Materials Science capabilities and resources needed to execute projects in the area
  • Interactions have direct impact on project activities of other team members
  • Designing, analyzing and testing products for development across platforms
  • Leadership/mentoring to associate Scientists / Engineers
  • Assists in the preparation and/or prepares procedures for departments
  • Provides back-up for supervisor
  • Performs experiments with minimum to no supervision, interprets and evaluates data, contributes to written reports
  • Safety Culture
  • IP Generation
  • Individual / Team Publications
  • Speed to stage gate progression
  • Delivery to content commitment and cost estimate
  • Utilize the technical community to accomplish key research projects to drive business results
  • Provide regular analysis and support of global R&D research initiatives – number of manufacturing processes understood
  • Beginning mentoring

**If you’d like to hear more about this opportunity and others we are currently working on, please contact Tory Mack at 815.756.1221 / tmack@cps4jobs.com.

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Requirements:

  • BS/MS (open to PhD)
  • Strong formulation, application, or technical service experience in flexographic or rotogravure ink
  • Could be a non-degreed person with very strong experience level
  • Understanding of experimental and analytical research processes and interpretations
  • Demonstrated outstanding research / development accomplishments
  • Readily identified as a key contact in assigned area
  • Broad thinker that can effectively collaborate across regions and cultures
  • Would consider 3-4 years or 10-20 years – very open on the number of years because the experience is the most important
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to present highly technical material in an easy to understand way
  • Confident but collaborative person who can act as a subject matter expert and give advice where needed

**If you’d like to hear more about this opportunity and others we are currently working on, please contact Tory Mack at 815.756.1221 / tmack@cps4jobs.com.

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