ExxonMobil Product Materials Scientist / Engineer in Baytown, Texas
Product Innovation group in Novel Products is looking for a Materials Scientist/Engineer to work on polymeric and carbon based materials. The requirement is focused on structure-property relationships in carbon composite and/or carbonaceous materials. Successful candidates would be chemical engineers or materials engineers with broad background in mechanical and physical characterization. Preferred qualifications include advanced degree in (ChemEngg/MaterialsEngg) and familiarity working with characterization techniques including quasistatic and dynamic mechanical and electrostatic measurements. Prior experience with fiber spinning and/or polymer calendaring operations is highly beneficial. Candidate must be willing to travel (up to 30%) to external consortia, value chain participants and collaborators to understand in detail the complete application technical criteria for acceptance. Candidate will also work collaboratively with Market Developers to determine end use fit and feasibility.
This position will be based in Baytown, TX.
Essential activities for the role
Interface with broader R&D and marketing organization to lead technical and application development aspects of carbon materials in structural and battery applications. Lead the value chain engagement by interacting with third party entities including convertors, OEMs, universities and labs
Develop understanding on material selection and screening criteria and specifications for product fit in target application space. Help define market approach and support protecting intellectual property
Act as technical liaison with marketing counterparts in understanding techno-economics of new product applications and market segments
Entry level PhD researcher; mid-level engineer/chemist
Tags: Composites, carbon materials, Polymer science, battery materials, fiber spinning
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