Product Manager - Mass Spectroscopy (Hybrid Remote)PerkinElmerJob TitleProduct Manager - Mass Spectroscopy (Hybrid Remote)Location(s)CAD Remote – ON, US Remote - CT, US Remote - DE, US Remote - IL, US Remote - KS, US Remote - MA, US Remote - MD, US Remote - MI, US Remote - MN, US Remote - NJ, US Remote - NY, US Remote - OH, US Remote - PA, US Remote - RI, US Remote - WVImagine a world where you could detect health issues sooner to treat them more effectively. Full-timeRemoteProduct Manager - Mass Spectroscopy (Hybrid Remote)PerkinElmerPerkinElmer has an opportunity for a Product Manager to support our ICP-MS Discovery & Analytical Solutions business. Responsibilities:Assist in developing and executing business plans for ICP-MS and its accessories, consumables, and services to meet annual revenue and profitability growth plans. Full-timeRemote
We are looking for a Lab Technician who will be responsible for supporting our product development (PD) staff with their product development projects.
As the Associate Scientist, you will be responsible for performing analysis using a variety of wet chemistry and spectroscopy methods and instruments.
Part Time MCL Staff Techincal Support - MRIPenn State UniversityUniversity Park, PACurrent MCL technical capabilities include: electron and ion microscopy, molecular spectroscopy, electron and ion spectroscopy, X-ray scattering, surface analysis, surface metrology, thermal analysis, particle analysis, electrical characterization, and extensive sample processing capabilities. Part-timeSIMS Scientist EAG LaboratoriesEurofins ScientEast Windsor, NJExperience in analytical chemistry, with working knowledge of characterization techniques: secondary ion mass spectroscopy (SIMS), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), and Auger spectroscopy, RBS, AFM, XRD, and FT-IR and with semiconductor materials and/or ancillary technical experience.Metal Laboratory TechnicianApex SystemsLeetsdale, PAConduct analyses by employing atomic spectroscopy, x-ray fluorescence, electrochemical, wet chemical, mechanical testing, LECO and metallography techniques. Apply principles of AA and emission spectroscopy and mechanical testing to duties.End Market Manager - ChemicalsPerkinElmerAnnapolis, MDThe successful candidate will be expected to have managerial experience and be capable of leading a team of application scientists to produce workflow-based solutions, leveraging the broader PerkinElmer analytical Portfolio including, atomic spectroscopy (AA, ICP and ICP-MS), molecular spectroscopy (fluorescence, UV and infrared) and chromatography (LC and GC), and respective techniques and accessories.
Transparency in hiring refers to the open and honest communication and information sharing that takes place between employers and job candidates. It encompasses all aspects of the hiring process, from posting job descriptions to providing feedback on performance during and after the interview process. In today's job market, hiring transparency has become increasingly important for both employers and candidates alike.
ScientistCynet SystemsSilver Spring, MDDevelop, follow protocols and perform analytical testing using wet chemistry analysis, UV/VIS Spectroscopy, UPLC/MS, FTIR, ICP-MS and other techniques as required. Develop, follow protocols and perform analytical testing using wet chemistry analysis, UV/VIS Spectroscopy, UPLC/MS, FTIR, ICP-MS and other techniques as required.Microscopy And Microanalysis EngineerHRLMalibu, CA3+ years of experience with microscopy techniques such as High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy (HR-TEM), High-Angle Annular Dark-Field Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (HAADF-STEM), Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy (EDS), and Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS) is desired.Postdoctoral FellowUniversity of Missouri - Columbia (MU)Columbia, MOOur lab has a focus on ultra-high field (i.e., 7T) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS) of the human brain. Job Description Our lab has a focus on ultra-high field (i.e., 7T) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS) of the human brain.Global Process Analytical Technology Team LeaderAlbemarleBaton Rouge, LAWorking knowledge and fundamental understanding of common analytical chemistry techniques including especially the area of vibrational spectroscopy. Previous experience as an application scientist with a process technology manufacturer a plus.
In the current candidate-driven job market, recruiters are looking for unique ways to attract talent. Some have resorted to even (dare we say it?) recruitment strategies on the border of weird and wacky. What can we learn from the unusual recruitment tactics that are being used and actually getting results? Here’s a rundown of some unique recruitment strategies that actually work.
If you’re like most of us, you’d love to be wealthier. Having more money would alleviate stress. It would make it easier to pay your bills and buy nicer things. Maybe it’d allow you to spend more time with your kids and go on more vacations. You’re not alone if you wish you could somehow earn a more significant income.
PhysicistINFICONIthaca, NYExperience in spectroscopic techniques, e.g. mass spectrometry, optical emission spectroscopy. Experience with semi-conductor manufacturing or nanostructuring processes, e.g. PVD, etch-, and lithography processes. Full-time
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