US Internship Program - Science/Engineering

Johnson Matthey Devens , MA 01434

Posted 3 months ago

Johnson Matthey, a FTSE 100 company, is a global leader in sustainable technologies specializing in catalysis, precious metal products, chemicals and process technology. With operations in over 30 countries, we employ more than 14,000 people. Johnson Matthey uses science to make the world cleaner and healthier. Over 90% of our sales come from technologies that benefit the environment and health, enhancing people's lives on a global scale. Over the past two centuries we have built our reputation and place as a global leader through quality, integrity, and innovation. Today, more than 93% of the group's sales come from products and services which provide sustainability benefits through the positive impact they have on the environment, resource efficiency and human health. We have ambitious plans for growth and need talented individuals to help shape and lead us into our next century.


We currently have a number of openings at Johnson Matthey in our US Internship Program. The Johnson Matthey US Internship Program will allow you to partake in meaningful roles that will help prepare you for your future. Exciting opportunities to join our program are available in three streams: Science, Engineering and Support Functions.

Our program consists of 10-12 week internship at one of Johnson Matthey's various locations across the United States and across business sectors. The scope of each placement is designed to promote team building, develop presentation/personal skills and develop your technical skillset. The program is robust and challenging; it's ideal for individuals who are passionate about pushing themselves outside of their comfort zone. To support you through this and ensure proper development, we believe strongly in mentoring and coaching. You will receive plenty of care and expert career advice along the way through those partnerships. You will also participate in various different workshops specifically designed to assist you in building the critical skills needed as future leaders in the workplace.

We offer a highly competitive hourly rate and bonus for completing the summer internship that can be used for school expenses during the semester.

Are you the ideal candidate?

  • Working towards a bachelor's degree in stream related field required

  • Science Stream Working towards a BS in Chemistry, Biology or related science field

  • Engineering Stream Working towards a BS in Engineering (Chemical, Mechanical, or related) or Material Science

  • Minimum Overall GPA of 2.7 required

  • Demonstrated leadership skills, a true career aspiration to be a leader and must be adaptable, strive for excellence, and demonstrate a positive attitude in the face of adversity

  • Strong interpersonal skills a must, coupled with a proven ability to build collaborative relationships to achieve results

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office required

  • Strong problem solving and analytical skills essential

  • Must be legally authorized to work in the US

How to apply:

If you have the necessary skills and experience to join our team, please apply online. Applications are currently open and under review. Final closing date for consideration in the program is February 29th. For more information on Johnson Matthey and our US Graduate Program, please explore our company website at

Our hiring process includes two steps. Upon initial consideration you will be asked to complete an interview with a member of the US Talent Acquisition team. Selected candidates will next be invited to participate in a traditional onsite interview which could be in person or held via video conference depending on your location at the time of the interview to learn about JM first hand. You will meet both technical and HR leaders and if local tour the manufacturing facility. Onsite and video interviews will be conducted in January and February, with a goal to finalize all positions by March. Our 2020 JM Internship Program Cohort will officially join JM the last week in May 2020.

Positions Available


Solid Form Science

  • Chemistry

Chemical Development

  • Chemistry

Analytical Development

  • Chemistry


Process Engineering

  • Chemical Engineer

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