Thursday, March 5, 2015

Job posting: Product Manager, Homogeneous Catalysts, Johnson Matthey, West Deptford, NJ

From the inbox, a position at Johnson Matthey:  
The Product Manager for Homogeneous Catalysis is responsible for leading the Homogeneous Catalyst business, by developing and implementing a global product based strategy, to enable the growth of the CCT business. In this role the product manager will work independently, and with sales managers to introduce new products to the market, identify new products and markets and coordinate scale up projects in line with key business objectives. The position reports to the New Business Development Manager and interacts heavily with the development, sales and production departments. 
This position is responsible for supporting the new products progression from initial conception by development or licensing partners to full launch and commercial supply. This will involve coordinating the new product introduction process which encompasses scale up, regulatory affairs, new product marketing, IP considerations, pricing and product administration (specs, labelling, product codes, etc.). They will discuss accordingly with the Development, Sales, and Marketing Managers through the process. 
The jobholder will be expected to visit key raw material suppliers/vendors and when appropriate customers with the sales team to make technical presentations, as well as supporting the sales team on how to sell new technologies and identifying unique selling points.


PhD in Chemistry as well as a good understanding of fine chemical processes, homogeneous catalysis and synthetic organic chemistry is required. Experience working in Organic Process Development laboratory.  Commercial experience is a plus.  Experience with demonstrated expert technical compliance and strong written and oral communication skills. Must be willing to travel 20%-40% per year.
Best wishes to those interested.  

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