Working Student Chemical Development (all genders)

Posted 05 Aug 2019

Darmstadt, Hesse - Germany

Req Id 195442


A career at our company is an ongoing journey of discovery: our around 52,000 people are shaping how the world lives, works and plays through next generation advancements in healthcare, life science and performance materials. For more than 350 years and across the world we have passionately pursued our curiosity to find novel and vibrant ways of enhancing the lives of others.

Your role:


you will carry out experimental work on projects based around process development and homogeneous catalysis. The goal of these projects is to optimize existing protocols (e.g. from liquid crystal production) and to develop alternative synthetic routes to existing compounds.


Who you are:


* chemistry student with bachelor degree (e.g. currently in his/her master studies)

* experience in cross coupling reactions (e.g. Suzuki- or Kumada-coupling)

* experience in inert gas techniques (Schlenk, glovebox)

* passionate researcher with good analytical skills



What we offer:  With us, there are always opportunities to break new ground. We empower you to fulfil your ambitions, and our diverse businesses offer various career moves to seek new horizons. We trust you with responsibility early on and support you to draw your own career map that is responsive to your aspirations and priorities in life. Join us and bring your curiosity to life!

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