Domaine: Recherche et Innovation

Type d‘emploi: Temps plein

Ville: Tokyo

Pays/Région: Japan

For L’Oréal, beauty is above all a scientific adventure. This principle is reflected in the key role played by our Research & Innovation division, which deploys its teams all around the world to dream up and create the products of tomorrow.


L’Oréal's Research and Innovation employs more than 3,800 people of approximately 60 nationalities. Working in some thirty disciplines, more than half of these employees are doctors or engineers, and they are responsible for over 490 patents filed in 2017.



We have a strong group of dynamic and innovative scientists working in physical chemistry and formulation.



We believe in research and its power to push back scientific boundaries and knowledge.


We have a taste for exploration and an obsession for excellence.

And we want you to join us in our Japanese research center!

 

Who are you?



You are an engineer specialized in physical chemistry/formulation with at least a 3-years’ experience in industry

OR

You have a PhD in physical chemistry of colloids/dispersions (soft matter), polymer and physics of materials (hard), interactions polymer/silica, surfactants.

 

You are thorough, curious, open-minded, with strong analytical and synthetic skills

You know how to communicate and share your knowledge in a multidisciplinary world

 

You know how to listen, and you like to share your knowledge, you are a team player

 

You are organized and meet deadlines

 

You know how to convince people, you have strong persuasive power and you are committed

 

You have strong entrepreneurial spirit

 

Coming from any of these fields of expertise?

Then this position might be for you!

 

Formulation: pastes, emulsions, foams, gel, functionalization of interfaces, physico-chemical behaviour of dispersions, reagents inorganic materials (minerals).Polymer chemistry, surfactant chemistry.

 

Physical chemistry: Contact angle, tensiometry, adhesion, scattering radiation (light, neutron, X), calorimetry, DSC, TGA, microfluidic.

 

Mechanics: Dynamic Mechanical Thermal Analysis (DMTA), Tribology

 

Optics: Optical and Electron Microscopy (SEM-EDX , SEM RX..)

 

Chemical analysis : NMR, IR ; UV, GC, GPC