Sr. Scientist, Gas Phase Filtration

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Why work at Entegris?

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Not everyone who works for a global company shares the same background, experiences and perspectives. We leverage the differences of our employees to bring new ideas to the table. Every employee throughout the company is encouraged to share input on projects and initiatives. Our decision making process is truly a collaborative effort as we realize there are leaders at every level of the organization. We put our values at the core of how we operate as an organization — not just when it’s convenient, but in a lasting and meaningful way. We want the time and energy you spend here to have a positive impact on your life inside and outside of the office.

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The Role

Entegris is looking for an experienced Sr. Scientist from chemical or material science engineering field to develop solutions for implementation in gas-phase filtration products. The main focus for this individual is the research and development of new air filtration solutions for removal of low concentration contaminants in advanced technology industries.


The Sr. Researcher will research, identify, develop, test, optimize and analyze materials as well as design experiments and solutions for removal of parts-per-trillion level gas-phase chemicals such as VOCs, condensable organics, etc., on solid adsorptive or reactive surfaces. This role is based in our Franklin, MA facility.

In this role you will

In this role you will:


  • R&D of adsorption and catalytic materials providing filtration/separation solutions for gas-phase chemical contaminants;
  • Develop solutions based on gas-solid mass transfer, single and multi-component adsorption and kinetics knowledge;
  • Conduct a variety of complex and independent media investigations. Design and make experimental fixtures and specialized equipment if needed;
  • Design of and execution of experiments with critical analysis of results;
  • Literature and patent research for development ideas;
  • Analyze data, prepare progress reports and presentations.

Traits we believe make a strong candidate

Traits we believe make a strong candidate:


  • Ph.D. or Masters in materials research, gas-solid mass transfer and kinetics, chemical or environmental engineering or a related discipline with preferred relevant experience of 5+ years;
  • Proven track record of researching and finding solutions for targeted product development;
  • Ability to evaluate materials and their performance with experimental techniques;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and outstanding communication and documentation skills to be a strong contributor to a cross-functional development team;
  • Ability to aggressively set goals and achieve results. Excellent problem solving skills, analytical mindset with a passion for excellence;
  • Experience in semiconductor industry applications is desired, but not required.


Our total rewards package goes above and beyond just a paycheck. Whether you’re looking to build your career, improve your health, or protect your wealth, we offer generous benefits to help you achieve your goals.


  • Competitive total compensation plans.
  • A 401(K) plan to help you plan for your future with an impressive employer match that’s all yours- no vesting!
  • Great health, dental and vision insurance packages to fit your needs to ensure you’re happy and healthy.
  • A progressive PTO policy that empowers our employees to take the time they need to recharge!



At Entegris we are committed to providing equal opportunity to all employees and applicants. Our policy is to recruit, hire, train, and reward employees for their individual abilities, achievements and experience without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, marital or military status.ENT789


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