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Chemistry/ChemE Intern- Florence, KY
Celanese | Florence, Kentucky
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Celanese is a Fortune 500 global chemical innovation company that engineers and manufactures chemicals used in products essential to everyday living. Headquartered in Dallas, TX, we employ over 7,700 dedicated people working between 43 facilities across 18 countries. We are committed to employee growth and creating shareholder value to ensure continued opportunities make a difference. Our company focuses on the safety of its employees, provides competitive compensation, and emphasizes giving back to the community. For more information about Celanese and our products please visit www.celanese.com


The intern will be assigned to support various projects and testing support needs in the Celanese Analytical Testing Laboratory, likely in the chromatography and/or spectroscopy analysis areas (e.g., NMR, FTIR, GC, HPLC). A more precise project list will be determined based on laboratory priorities nearer the start date, but will likely include activities such as:- Equipment or Method implementation/development/optimization- M&A testing support integration- Hands-on testing support- Creation of technical reports based on data generated and possible presentation of same in appropriate forum- Collaboration with Celanese experts or potentially external vendors- Method validation and/or MSA/Gage R&R studies- Laboratory safety improvement projects


Educational background in chemistry or chemical engineering Analytical laboratory experience (thermal analysis, rheology, chromatography, microscopy, etc.)Some polymer knowledge or coursework preferredTechnical writing skillsLiterature search Experiment designReview and analyze dataSafety-related tasks

* Basic polymer course completed successfully- Basic understanding of statics and the strengths of materials/physics and mechanics- Innovation in finding solutions and making things work- Demonstrated process development skills - Independently (proactive) work ethic - Hard worker- Courage to work independently (with appropriate mentorship) to realize benefits

Minimum: MS or PhD candidate within 1 year of graduation- Must be able to work in the U.S. with no restrictions