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China, Shanghai, Adhesive Technologies

Product Development Scientist

HENKEL IS FOR THOSE WHO STEP UP. DO YOU?

At Henkel, you can make a difference and craft your career. That’s why you own your projects and take full responsibility from an early stage. Our unique brands in markets around the world open up countless opportunities to follow your convictions and explore new paths. If you have an entrepreneurial mindset that allows you to always think out of the box - take the chance and shape the digital future together with us.

YOUR ROLE

  • The role of the Product Development Scientist is to lead development programs of dual cure (e.g. UV + thermal cure) adhesives for CCM/Sensor (camera module) assembly applications.
  • Have an intensive knowledge of the latest developments in chemistries, raw material toolboxes, formulation knowhow, material application technologies and competitive product landscape relevant to dual cure space, including UV cure, thermal cure, UV+thermal cure or UV+moisture cure, radiation cure and light cure, and other cure technologies alternative to UV and/or thermal cure.
  • Innovative materials and technologies associated with IP portfolio are key results from work.

YOUR SKILLS

  • Ph.D in material science or chemistry or polymer related major. Material development work experience is needed.
  • Possess an intensive knowledge of the latest developments in chemistries, raw material toolboxes and formulation knowhow.
  • A big plus is understanding of camera module related material application technologies and competitive product landscape relevant to dual cure, including UV cure, thermal cure, UV+thermal cure or UV+moisture cure, radiation cure and light cure, and other cure technologies alternative to UV and/or thermal cure.
  • Able to work under project timeline pressure, as camera module bonding projects are fast and dynamic.
JOB ID: 19000584

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