• Technician - Analytical

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    Functional Group
    Business Segment
    Regional Office – APAC
    Asia-Pacific (APAC)
  • Overview

    Axalta is a leading global company focused solely on coatings and providing customers with innovative, colorful, beautiful and sustainable solutions.  From light OEM vehicles, commercial vehicles and refinish applications to electric motors, buildings and pipelines, our coatings are designed to prevent corrosion, increase productivity and enable the materials we coat to last longer.  With 150 years of experience in the coatings industry, the 13,000 people of Axalta continue to find ways to serve our more than 120,000 customers in 130 countries better every day with the finest coatings, application systems and technology.  For more information visit axaltacoatingsystems.com and follow us @axalta on Twitter and on LinkedIn


    Principle Accountabilities:

    Be good at the various paint surface and cross-section sampling, operation and maintenance of optical microscopy and microscopy-IR.

    Be familiar with operation of routine analytical techniques, including but not limited to GPC, DSC, GC-FID, GC/MS and FTIR.

    Ensuring reliable test results by qualitative and quantitative analysis with analytical instruments or equipment.

    Record test procedure and lab activity, summarize test report on time.

    Support chemist to complete daily lab work, establishment and validation of analytical methods.

    Management of other lab work.

    Good EHS sense.


    Skill and Knowledge Required:

    Junior college or above, major in analytical chemistry or related majors

    1-3 years’ analytical lab experience, familiar with automotive coating or coating analysis is plus

    Strong ability in instrument operation and simple maintenance

    Good English reading and writing ability

    Team spirit, open-minded, communicative

    Work under pressure and independently

    High sense of responsibility

    Willing to learn and good adaptability


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