Formulation Chemist Responsibilities:
✓ New Product Development
✓ Developing formulations of Personal Care, Skin Care, Oral Care and Color Cosmetics products.
✓ Formulate raw materials including powder, liquid and gel products to meet ingredient standards and deadlines.
✓ Follow industry standards on scientific significance, accuracy, safety and record keeping.
✓ Optimize formulated ingredients to meet cost objectives and to manage availability of raw materials.
✓ Follow the latest technologies in encapsulation, particle electrical charge control and dispersion mechanisms.
✓ Execute project commitments and pursue contingency plans.
✓ Knowledge of stability testing and record result.
✓ Test substances for composition, properties, structures and reactions.
✓ Prepare research proposals including analytical, technical and financial data for developing and testing new or improved products.
✓ Identify testing abnormalities and execute corrective actions.
✓ Review competitive products and trade publications and prepare reports on comparative tests, raw material information, and educational scopes.
✓ Manage daily laboratory operations and schedules.
✓ Monitor equipment operations and maintain cleanliness in the laboratory.
✓ Plan, execute and monitor laboratory research programs and technologies.
✓ Train and supervise scientific staffs.
Formulation Chemist Requirements:
✓ Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, chemical engineering, or equivalent science.
✓ 7 years in Personal Care product formulation.
✓ Knowledge of industry trends latest & updated.
✓ Motivated and works well in teams and independently.
✓ Requires strong communication skills.
✓ Must be able to collaborate with groups to help address product / formula issues.
✓ Able to work on project independently and take extra step to get the job done.
✓ Able to handle different types of product formulation.
✓ Able to work with short timelines, manage multiple projects with competing dates.
✓ Able to identify safe & effective ingredients for use.
✓ Flexible to develop new products & to think out of the box