所在地: Mumbai - Head Office
We Want You!
We are a team of international & dynamic researchers on a wonderful research adventure, leading from the scientific knowledge & powerful active ingredients, through the challenges of formulation, to breakthrough beauty innovation.
Join the adventure and devise cutting-edge formulas that will win over consumers, provide our brands with a constant stream of innovations, and revolutionize the beauty industry!
We are looking for young scientific talents to work at the Research & Innovation facility in Mumbai, India, and we want you!
You will develop breakthrough formulation technologies.
You will grasp consumer insights and develop products that will satisfy every last one of them.
You will have full responsibility of the development process, coordinate and validate every step.
You will convince the business of the value of your technology, thanks to strong product pitches.
Do you have over 6 years of experience? Then you will also manage a team and foster a creative environment from which milestone innovation can stem!
Who Are You?
You have a Master’s degree (required) or a PhD in Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or related discipline
You have 3 to 8 years of formulation development experience in Consumer Products
You have experience of collaborative and multidisciplinary working
You like the bench, and you are willing to work on it!
You know how to build the dialogue with business and brands, to transform innovation into amazing market opportunities
Learn more about product development in L’Oréal!
Who are We? - L’Oréal Research & Innovation in Figures
3782 employees in R&I – over 30 different scientific disciplines
32 International Brands
761 Million Euros invested in Research in 2014
501 Patents registered in 2014
34% of new raw materials derived from plants in 2014
60% reduction by 2020 of the environmental footprint of our plants and distribution centers, whilst bringing beauty to one billion new consumers.
100% of our plant-based raw materials are evaluated for their potential impact on biodiversity.
88% biodegradability for our shampoos and 86% for our shower gels reached in 2012