Rheology Lab Analyst

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The role of the Rheology Lab Analyst is to provide high quality analytical services for clients across many different industry sectors.

Duties will, include providing analytical solutions to customer problems as well as process support and the successful applicant will join a team of analysts to focus on Rheology and Thermal Analysis.

Client Details

Based in the Middlesbrough area but with over 1000 facilities worldwide this is a rapidly growing FTSE 50 organisation. The successful Rheology Lab Analyst will be joining a knowledgeable, experienced team to contribute towards continued success.


The Rheology Lab Analyst will be primarily responsible for data collection and manipulation in support of a major project
Data analyses and reporting on the properties of adhesives in accordance with ISO17025
Required to gain a knowledge of appropriate analytical methods in support of polymer and pharmaceutical product suppliers


A good understanding of the science of rheology and how this can be used to predict product performance
Experience using capillary and rotational rheometers as well as DMA and DSC equipment.
Computer literate including Excel for reporting of analytical results.
Experience of working to Quality standards, ISO 17025 ideallyJob Offer

Salary DOE

Progression opportunities available within the Science and Research team

Middlesbrough based, easily commutable from A1 / A19 (County Durham, Darlington and surrounding areas)
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  • Negotiable
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  • CV-80917
  • Permanent
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