Keysight is on the forefront of technology innovation, delivering breakthroughs and trusted insights to the world’s visionaries and innovators in electronic design, test, manufacturing, and optimisation.
Our ~14,000 employees create world-class solutions in wireless communications, 5G, automotive, quantum, aerospace, defense, and semiconductor markets for customers in over 100 countries. Our technical solutions – and our methods for creating them – help connect and secure the world.
Our powerful culture has led to us being independently recognized on Fortune 100’s Best Companies List and we are “Great Place to Work” Certified. We’re driven, collaborative, ethical, and curious, and we value all ideas, especially bold ones. And our culture extends far beyond our own walls. Our corporate social responsibility efforts support our communities, nurture the next generation of engineers, and promote environmental sustainability.
At Keysight, Inclusion & Diversity is an integral part of our core values. We believe that when people feel a sense of belonging, they can be more creative, innovative, and thrive at all points in their careers. We believe everyone should be respected in the workplace and in their communities regardless of race, color, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, ethnicity, religion, disability, veteran status, national origin, or any protected class.
We continuously challenge ourselves to grow in our understanding of inclusion by engaging in a wide variety of diversity programs, initiatives, employee network groups and mentoring/development. This is Keysight – People and Culture - YouTube
At Keysight, we help companies address their toughest challenges with precision and confidence. We offer the most precise electronic measurement tools in the industry, with advanced software to match. Our employees leverage their insight and passion to revolutionise electronic measurement and make a difference in the world.
The position will be in the Customer Experience and Quality organisation, in the Product Environmental and Regulatory Compliance Group. This is a six-month position.
Producers of electronic equipment are accountable for assuring the environmental compliance of the equipment we produce, yet the chemistry of the components we procure to make our equipment is not broadly available and not within our control. With your organic chemistry background, help Keysight identify key groups of electronic components most at risk of future chemical restrictions in products.
Environmental legislation is increasingly targeting chemical substance restrictions in Articles; with increasing complexity following the evolution from specific substances to substance groups. Substances that provide flame retardant and plasticiser properties (Halogenated substances, phthalates, chlorinated paraffins) have been identified as priority groups for regulation yet provide key societal benefits in the product safety of finished equipment. Additionally, substances that are POPs, or within substance group PFAS are facing bans or reporting obligations internationally.
To help avoid regrettable substitution of components that utilise other harmful chemicals, investigate, and identify alternative substance groups that components may use to have a lower environmental impact; and so are less likely to become regulated in the future.
A place within an exciting company and recognized market leader! At Keysight we develop with our visionary, market leading and highly innovative customers breakthroughs that connect and secure the world.
We offer a competitive salary and benefit package and award winning environment!
Keysight Technologies is an equal opportunity employer.
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