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R&I - VIE in Japan - DA skincare photo protection - January/February 2020

Сфера деятельности: Research & Innovation

Тип должности: Management Trainee Program

Тип занятости: Full - Time

Место расположения: Tokyo

Страна: 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.

But wait, have you heard about our history?

In 1909, Eugène Schueller, a young chemist, formulated the first hair dyes using a blend of harmless chemical compounds. With his entrepreneurial spirit, he sold it to Parisian hairdressers and founded the Société Française des Teintures Inoffensives pour Cheveux.

You never heard of that company? Don’t worry, we don’t blame you, because you know it under its current name: L’Oréal.

More than a century later, Eugene Schueller’s belief that research and innovation form the cornerstone of growth and success has spread to reach more than 3800 R&I employees, and enabled the discovery of over 130 molecules and the development of thousands of formulas and products.

We are looking for our next graduate to take part on the great adventure in:

 JAPAN - VIE 12 months - DA Skincare Photo protection

Position description:

Formulation chemist for DA photoprotection

1st mission is create new daily UV product answering key consumer needs on long lasting and light weight.

Learn photo-protection formulation knowhow. understand consumer needs and bring new technical idea for innovation

Must have

1.     High interest on Skincare cosmetic formulation

2.     Young Masters or above education on Chemistry, biology or physics.

3.     Fluent in English

4.     Flexible and try to adapt her/himself to new culture.

5.     Open mind and easy communication

Better to have

6.     Knowledge of cosmetic product

7.     High curiosity to discover J

8.     apanese culture and photo protection formulation