Average Early-Career Chemical Engineer, Research & Development (R&D) with Engineering Design Skills Salary

$72,772
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The average salary for an Early-Career Chemical Engineer, Research & Development (R&D) with Engineering Design skills is $72,772.
25%
$68k
25%
$73k
50%
$78k
75%
75%
MEDIAN $72,772
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$68k - $78k
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$69k - $80k

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Job Description for Chemical Engineer, Research & Development (R&D)

Chemical Engineer, Research & Development (R&D) Tasks
  • Oversee production environment, and track metrics like temperature, flow rate and electricity usage.
  • Propose, design, and oversee solutions for chemical process issues.
  • Optimize day-to-day processes while considering environmental and supply variables.
  • Maintain engineering documentation, with emphasis on compliance with engineering codes and standards.

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Chemical Engineer, Research & Development (R&D)
Process Development Engineer
Chemical Engineer
Manufacturing Engineer
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Popular Skills for Chemical Engineer, Research & Development (R&D)

Skills that pay less than market rate include Microsoft Word, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, Product Development and Chemical Process Engineering.

Years of Experience

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Mid Career
100.0%