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Senior R&D Hair Care Research Scientist (AE970)



Arthur Edward

Salary: €75-100,000

Are you a blue-sky thinker within haircare development?

Do you have the experience to create award winning concepts?

Working as a senior research scientist for this multinational specialist chemical company, you will have full creative control on technical haircare concepts.

Using your degree in polymer science/ chemistry and 5 years’+ experience in researching /formulating hair care you will plan, conduct and lead the technical service and applications support in the field of hair care applications with focus on styling and conditioning.

Your clear communication and the ability to lead projects will be vital to support new product launches and delivering key R&D growth programs for develop technologies for conditioning and scalp.

The work requires traveling up to 25% of your time in Europe as well as outside Europe.

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To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

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