Job Reference: J5638653
Status: Now Interviewing
We are currently looking for a Formulation Chemist to join a leading formulation company based in the Hertfordshire area. As the Formulation Chemist, you will be responsible for make significant contributions to a company dedicated to redefining cleaning experiences through quality and sustainability.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
Your duties as the Formulation Chemist will be varied however the key duties and responsibilities are as follows:
1. Lead the development of innovative formulations for products, focusing on natural ingredients.
2. Implement rigorous quality control measures throughout the formulation process, ensuring the highest standards of product quality and consistency.
3. Work closely with cross-functional teams, including Research & Development, Manufacturing, and Quality Control, fostering effective communication for successful product launches.
4. Stay informed about industry regulations and standards, ensuring all formulations adhere to relevant guidelines and certifications.
To be successful in your application to this exciting opportunity as the Formulation Chemist we are looking to identify the following on your profile and past history:
1. Relevant PhD in a scientific field such as Chemistry or Formulation, ideally with a focus on Surfactant or Materials Chemistry
2. Proven industry experience in formulation and product development.
3. A working knowledge and practical experience with specific technologies, methodologies, or tools related to the role.
Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer who are certified by Investors in People for our talent development. We welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors, and is made up of a collaboration of recruitment processionals and scientists. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
Sectors: Environmental, Chemicals, Life Sciences, Science