Summary of the job roleAre you ready to begin a stimulating and challenging career journey? Does the idea of collaborating with new people, living and working in new places and building your leadership and technical skills feel like the perfect next step for you? If so, we’d like to tell you more about our Science Graduate Programme.
A FTSE 100 company and global leader in sustainable technologies, Johnson Matthey uses science to make the world cleaner and healthier. Over 93% 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 – but that’s not enough. We have ambitious plans for growth and need talented individuals to help shape and lead us into our next century.
Operational Excellence is at the heart of everything we do. Boosting efficiency, creating high performing teams and continuously improving our processes - whilst maintaining the highest standards of safety - all require great technical knowledge combined with outstanding leadership. As an Operations Graduate, you’ll develop the skills needed to make this happen.
You’ll experience a number of our facilities and manufacturing/process technologies across the UK, gaining fascinating insights, with each rotation building the level of responsibility you take on. Whether managing teams, processes or driving through improvement activity your placements could involve working in, for example:
Auto-catalyst manufacturing – as the supplier of one third of the world’s auto-catalysts, our high-tech production facilities are continually evolving.
Industrial catalysts and absorbents – serving a number of industries, from pharmaceuticals to refineries, always ensuring the highest production standards
Precious Metal Products- manages, distributes, refines and recycles precious metals and fabricates products using precious metals and related materials.
The above provides just a flavour of the breadth of our organisation. You’ll help us share best practice across the group and benefit from our Manufacturing Excellence training programmes, with access to support from leading experts from across the globe.
Are you the ideal candidate?
You’ll have a minimum of a Bachelor’s at a 2.1 in a relevant technical or engineering degree - for example: Manufacturing, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science or related disciplines, combined with a clear aptitude for leadership.