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Research & Development - Internship - Associate Researcher - Singapore

R&D Associate Researchers are inspired by hands-on experimentation and basic scientific learning. These tasks are a vital part of the process of evaluating new hypotheses, materials, packages, formulations, process transformations and product designs. Associate Researchers will perform the critical experimental work of applied research, including generating and summarizing data. The work is execution oriented, in a lab, plant, pilot plant, or at a clinical site with consumers.
We have internship opportunities in a variety of technical fields like: Product Research, Process Development, Raw Material Development, Packaging Development, Analytics, Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs in the areas of Beauty Care, Hair Care, Perfume, Chemicals, Home Care and Personal Health Care.
Key Responsibilities
· Conduct hands-on experimentation in the laboratories
· Perform test procedures and produce reliable, reproducible results to meet project
· Document, compile and summarize experimental data for review and interpretation
· Communicate results and observations to the project team members, making special
note of unanticipated results and/or unexpected observations

  • Currently pursuing a Diploma course in the local polytechnics in Singapore in the areas of Chemistry, Bioengineering, Chemical / Mechanical Engineering, Life Sciences, or a related field.
  • Only final year students NEED apply. Those who have completed their Diploma/Degree will not eligible for the internship.
  • Enjoys hands-on experimentation, iteration, and solving technical problems
  • Ability to communicate and articulate results, verbally and in writing
  • Reliability, with the ability to hold themselves accountable for timely results
  • High levels of integrity, responsibility & flexibility
Job ID
Singapore ,Singapore ,Singapore

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