Job location: Richmond, VA
- Conceive, plan and conduct innovation activities focused on obtaining a fundamental understanding of the Cupron's anti-microbial technology, leading to new and improved products or processes.
- Work with colleagues to achieve research goals as both team member and individual contributor and with customers to understand their performance applications & needs.
- Conduct research to develop new and improved chemical manufacturing processes, discover new technology platforms and antimicrobial technologies and evaluate and optimize existing technology and product platforms for new applications.
- Evaluate chemical equipment and processes to identify ways to optimize performance or to ensure compliance with safety and environmental regulations.
- Establish key product characteristics and mechanisms controlling product performance.
- Share results directly within the organization and with customers.
- Document research results for intellectual property protection.
- Ph.D. in chemical engineering, chemistry or closely related field, or, in the alternative, a Master's Degree in chemical engineering, chemistry or a closely related field plus 3 years of progressively responsible related exp. in the field;
- 3 yrs exp in occupations of chemical product development, chemical research scientist, or similar occupation in the chemical industry;
- 3 yrs concurrent exp w/nanoparticles and sub-micron particles;
- 2 concurrent exp in analytical characterization techniques such as TEM, ICP MS, AAS and XRD.
- Must have exp w/inorganic oxide synthesis and copper chemistry including scale up from lab to commercial quantities.
- Must have knowledge of color theory, CIELAB System and application of colorimeter.
- Must have hands on experience in regulatory and registration work involving EPA and FDA and intellectual property protection and filing.
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