Development Chemist Required for Leading Specialist Inks and Coatings Manufacturer based in Scotland

Our client, a manufacturer of specialised inks and coatings based in Scotland, is currently looking for a Development Chemist to join their inks development team.

As a Development Chemist you will lead projects on new and existing inks and coatings which will involve managing them through conception to launch. This will include planning, sourcing raw materials, R&D testing, maintaining and updating technical documentation and off site technical support.

In return, you will receive an excellent benefits package including excellent working conditions, 25 days holiday (+ public holidays) and pension scheme.

The ideal candidate for this Development Chemist job will be qualified to degree level in Chemistry, or possess equivalent industrial experience, along with a proven track record in the development of coatings and inks. You must also have working knowledge of ISO standards, knowledge of experimental design and possess experience of working with a broad range of analytical instrumentation. Entitlement to work in the UK is essential.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Development Chemist to develop their career with a leading manufacturer of specialised inks and coatings.

If you would like  to hear more about this Development Chemist job, please contact Barney Smith on 0191 384 8905 or email

Alternatively, click here to apply for this Development Chemist job now.


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