Careers in Emission Control Technologies
Johnson Matthey is a FTSE-100 speciality chemicals company with core skills in precious metals, fine chemicals and process technology, founded in 1817. Our focus on sustainable products for clean air, clean energy and low carbon enhances the quality of life for millions of people every day. The innovative approach required to maintain world leadership by adapting constantly to rapidly changing customer needs has been marked by several Queens Awards.
Johnson Matthey’s Emission Control Technologies business is the leading supplier of catalytic emission control systems for gasoline and diesel powered vehicles. Our European Autocatalyst Technology Centre in Royston near Cambridge, where the world’s first autocatalyst was produced in 1974, is dedicated to the creation of advanced catalytic solutions to meet ever tightening emissions control legislation.
Teams of highly-skilled Chemists and Chemical Engineers develop and test new catalytic products for customers around the world, invent and refine state-of-the-art manufacturing processes and transfer technologies into full-scale production. Analytical Chemists characterise catalysts and raw materials and develop and validate robust analytical QC methods. Automotive and Mechanical Engineers run advanced facilities to test catalysts on vehicles, engines and synthetic gas rigs.
If you are innovative, well-motivated and want to make an impact then help us make a difference to the environment. Successful applicants start in a real job with real responsibilities, with training and support to help them develop to their full potential.
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