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The Estee Lauder Companies Senior Scientist in Markham, Ontario
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Help support the development of new formulations as well as maintain current products within established timelines. Learn all aspects of developing projects accurately from bench to pilot and production. Work well with team members, support team decisions, share ideas. Build good relationships, learn to communicate and interact with internal and external customers. Learn to provide technical support to production when needed.
Weigh out accurately for batching in the lab, using lab equipment and following existing formulation procedures.
Research and learn about raw material functions and limits for each formula being batched and all related safety SOPS for the materials.
Perform stability, observe and learn about the relationship between process, raw materials and other interactions taking place.
Learn how to use all lab scale equipment and related SOP's for batching and quality purposes.
Learn how to colour match in a variety of products.
Learn RDS systems to perform formula entry, testing, and release process.
Organize files, lab books and product bulk/standards for project upkeep and reference.
Learn to work with Product Development for shade matching and formula adjustments.
Assist in Pilot support.
Assist in production support.
Education: BSc in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry or in related science.
Hands on lab skills, WHMIS knowledge, GMP skills, computer skills, operation of lab equipment such as, pH Meter, scale, viscometer, mixers/blenders, powder pressing and blending equipment.
Communication / Interpersonal: English language proficiency; Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Excellent problem solving skills; Excellent time management skills.
Light to medium lifting - pails and boxes 10kg or less. May require long hours of standing when preparing lab batches. Operation and maintenance of laboratory equipment may require some light lifting. Able to cope in a demanding fast pace stressful laboratory environment. Maintain a clean laboratory working environment.
Job: Research & Development
Primary Location: Americas-CA-ON-Markham
Job Type: Standard
Shift: 1st (Day) Shift
Job Number: 1916359
We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Accommodations for job applicants with disabilities are available on request.