Development Chemist - Danvers, Massachusetts United States - 38085

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Job #: 38085
Title: Development Chemist
Job Location: Danvers, Massachusetts - United States
Remote Job: Unknown
Employment Type:
Salary: $90,000.00 - $115,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
Employer Will Recruit From: Nationwide
Relocation Paid?: Yes


This is a new opening with a company that is expanding. They need an innovator who can develop and commercialize adhesive products 


Our client is a very successful manufacturer of adhesives


Their R&D organization needs a Development Chemist who will be responsible for the design, development, and scale-up of differentiated adhesive products, raw material qualifications, and overall daily project management with appropriate laboratory personnel and other cross-functional departments.




  • Develop new methacrylate, polyurethane, and epoxy adhesive compositions for specific markets.
  • Innovate with polymers, catalysts, modifiers, and monomers to fulfill unmet customer/application needs. Follow established ISO procedures and documentation utilizing Stage-Gate process.
  • Scale up formulations from lab scale to mid- and full-size commercial batches.
  • Design product specifications to maximize ease of manufacturing and customer application.
  • Provide support for current products to maintain company reputation for quality and performance.
  • Manage multiple projects independently and utilize analytical laboratory equipment as a team
  • Work hands-on in the laboratory, manage the daily activities of a lab technician(s).
  • Assist in training /direction of new personnel.
  • Promote, support, and adhere to all safety, environmental, and quality policies and procedures.





  • MS or PhD Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Polymer Science or related.
  • 5 plus years experience in adhesives development
  • Hands-on scientist with excellent laboratory techniques and problem-solving ability.
  • Strong computer, organizational, and destructive and mechanical testing skills
  • Expertise with polymer testing equipment (DSC, TGA, Rheometer, Instron) highly preferred.
  • Collaborative and excellent communication, organizational, analytical, and investigative skills. .
  • Must be able to travel occasionally.

University - Master's Degree