Bonded Materials Scientist



My client is a successful global business that has been firmly established in the field of chromatography for over 30 years, specialising in the development, manufacture and supply of high-quality chromatography products. They now have an exciting opportunity for a Bonded Materials Scientist which is a key role in this growing team. This company offers a wonderful opportunity for development and career progression. They seek communicative, enthusiastic and capable people for their roles and reward their employees with a handsome salary and benefits and a varied and valuable working experience.


  • Carrying on chemical manufacturing and chromatographic analysis
  • Responsible for Bonded Silica batch testing, involving assembling columns, performing testing then reporting results & observations to Supervisor for batch approval
  • Support manufacture of silica batches by performing chemical reactions on silica (‘Silica Bonding’) and associated duties
  • Handle laboratory chemicals including amorphous silica, organosilanes, acids, bases, solvents, and compressed gases
  • Strictly always adhere to all protocols within lab – immediately report any concerns to Supervisor and Safety Officer.
  • The role comprises both lab-based tasks (practical work) and office-based tasks (report writing, data manipulation etc).
  • The role requires walking, standing, bending, reaching, lifting or carrying objects that typically weigh less than 5kg.

About You

  • A chemistry-based degree or equivalent
  • At least 2 years’ experience working in a laboratory
  • Intermediate computer skills or above with Excel, Word and Outlook.
  • Demonstrable interest in chemistry and chromatography
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
If you are interested in the above role then please apply or get in touch to discuss further.
Jak Thompson Managed by Jak Thompson
South East
apply Posted - 30.03.2022

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