Analytical Chemistry Internship
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Science company whose technologies bring benefits to many aspects of daily life. Our purpose—we bond people, ideas and elements to reinvent progress—is a call to go beyond, to reinvent future forms of progress and create sustainable shared value for all through the power of science. In a world facing an ever-growing population and quest for resources, we aim to be the driving force triggering the next breakthroughs to enable humanity to advance while protecting the planet we all share.
We bond with customers and partners to address today and tomorrow’s megatrends. As a global leader in Materials, Chemicals and Solutions, the company brings advancements in planes, cars, batteries, smart and medical devices, water and air treatment, to solve critical industrial, social and environmental challenges. You can count on our innovative solutions to contribute to safer, cleaner and more sustainable future.
We are looking for:
The Summer Internship Program is an intensive 3 month opportunity where undergraduate chemistry students work within the fast-paced and challenging environment of our Alpharetta, GA R&D facility. The intern will contribute to polymer discovery projects, interacting with and working side-by-side with industry experts. Intern will have the opportunity to work on innovative projects involving the use of analytical instrumentation in a world-class research environment.
We count on you for:
- Apply analytical skills and knowledge performing tests characterizing company products
- Operate lab equipment with minimal supervision
- Collect data and assist in interpreting results and provide recommendations
- Communicate progress and results to staff and customers
- Capture research project in written report(s)
- Maintain a clean and safe workspace, supporting environmental and safety policies
- Experience in a research laboratory environment.
- Experience in HPLC/UPLC, mass spectrometry (e.g. tandem MS and HRMS), ion mobility spectrometry (e.g. TWIMS, drift tube) and sample preparation methodologies.
- Experience in the characterization of polymeric materials.
- Interpretation of complex chromatographic data.
- Instrument skills including instrument maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of HPLC/UPLC, tandem MS and HRMS equipment.
- Advanced computer skills to navigate instruments computer systems, LIMS, MS Office (Excel, Word, and Power Point), Minitab, ACD Spectrus, etc.
- Analytical method development and validation.
- Have a passion for learning and expanding skillset to help achieve team objectives.
You can count on us for:
- Long-lasting excellent customer relations, self-dependent working, and a variety of tasks in one of the world’s leading chemical companies.
- Excellent training & development possibilities. (Value for the candidate, growth and learning opportunities)
You will bring:
- Currently pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in chemistry from an accredited college or university.
- High school diploma
- 2 years of chemistry course and lab work, including analytical chemistry coursework (quantitative analysis and instrumental analysis)
Additional information: Internship period is for Summer 2024 (May-August)
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