The successful candidate should have a PhD in organic chemistry, or a related field, with approximately 14 or more years of additional industrial or academic experience. A demonstrated ability to develop and lead scientific projects and teams to deliver exceptional innovation is essential. The individual should have a desire to be an active member of a world-leading scientific organization, be willing to participate in our highly collaborative research enterprise, and have a strong desire to contribute to, and continuously improve, our culture of innovation, team development and safety. A track record of acting with speed, accountability, agility and integrity is critical, along with a mind-set of continuous learning and personal growth. We are seeking individuals who can think differently and bring diverse ideas and perspectives to our problem solving organization, thus, while a back-ground in process chemistry is advantageous, it is not essential. Within this environment, you will have the opportunity to pursue your passion for chemistry while developing new skills and knowledge, in collaboration with highly talented and creative colleagues.