Manager, New Product Development

Our client is an innovative supplier of technologies and services offering quality chemical technologies to aerospace, oil & gas, wood protection and hydraulic industries. They provide innovative chemical solutions to highly challenging chemical environments globally and are looking for their next Manager, New Product Development.
Salary/Hourly Rate: $140 - 150k depending on experience, negotiable if you have an excellent background
Position Overview: Manager, New Product Development will be a part of a fast-paced team that encourages creativity and fosters success. This person will be responsible for the tactical implementation of product development and technical service for the Composites & Metals teams that services the North American clients. This role will report into a Director who encourages employees to challenge themselves to bring in creative solutions for their clients. This business unit has a double-digit growth and is an integral part of the company's success.

  • Lead and manage the formulations / new product development & technical service team(s), identifying and executing opportunities for products and offerings in the Composites & Metals market fields

  • Ensure that the team has the appropriate training, development, skills, capacity and team spirit to deliver on short and long-term objectives in line with the business strategy

  • Work hand in hand with the technical team in the lab when required

  • Manage a team of 5 technically adept chemists

  • Present technical papers for peer journals and industry associations


  • Manager, New Product Development will be competent and experienced in developing commercially viable products and concepts

  • Excellent background in polymer chemistry, process chemistry and upscaling, organic or inorganic chemistry experience

  • Corrosion testing experience

Education Requirements:

  • Master's in chemistry or related field, PhD preferred

Benefits: Competitive Bonus and Benefit package provided by our client


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