Materials/Polymer Scientist Intern
At Cabot Microelectronics (CMC), we are making an investment in people and talent. We are building a paid summer intern program that will help our business grow and help our interns learn and progress in their careers and education. Throughout the summer you will primarily be working on a project that is tied to company goals. You will be working closely with a mentor on your team who will help you develop the needed skills, while providing you exposure to real business challenges. All interns will have the ability to network with other business units and fellow interns, participate in leadership meet and greets, and improve your presentation skills by showcasing your project at the end of the internship.
We are Cabot Microelectronics, a publicly traded company (Nasdaq: CCMP). We are a leading and highly profitable specialty materials company. Our focus is in the provision of highly engineered & high value solutions to the semiconductor and oil & gas industries. Following the company's transformative acquisition of KMG Chemicals in 2018, we have a global footprint, and a dominant position in the markets in which we operate.
The materials/polymer scientist intern will formulate and perform research and development activities on new polymer materials for CMP pad. Design and conduct experiment and analyze data for new material evaluation.
The job includes sample preparation from coupons or pilot plant using various techniques through multiple steps, characterization of samples, collection and interpretation of testing results.
It consists of ~ 80% lab work include pilot plant and ~ 20% data analysis.
Additional reasons to be part of CMC include:
Compensation - Competitive Salary
Global Organization and Global exposure
401k plan (contingent on eligibility)- significant match program
The data is conclusive Diversity leads to better teams, better performance and better results. Cabot Microelectronics Corporation is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.