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25 days ago

National Account Manager - Grocery

Essie Cosmetics Australia

LOreal is a well-recognised global leader in the beauty and cosmetics industry with a portfolio of iconic brands. Characterised by creative… Essie Cosmetics


7 days ago

Sales Consultant - Cincinnati, OH

L'Oreal USA United States

The Sales Consultant is responsible for using effective selling techniques, sales force automation, and strategies and available product and service… L'Oreal USA


14 days ago

Retail Store Associate PT - Ft. Lauderdale, FL

L'Oreal USA Fort Lauderdale, FL

Title: Retail Store Associate Reports to: Retail Store Manager This position is for SalonCentric, a wholly owned subsidiary of L'Oreal USA… L'Oreal USA


24 days ago

Coord - Maintenance

L'Oreal USA Grand Rapids, MI

The Facility Maintenance Coordinator is responsible to maintain a safe, clean, organized, and fully functional facility at all times by performing… L'Oreal USA


21 days ago

Director, Open Innovation- Trends and Foresight

L'Oreal USA New York, NY

MAJOR FUNCTION The mission of LOREAL Innovation Department Americas is to: • Leverage the creativity of North America to create new innovation… L'Oreal USA


2 days ago

Retail Sales Associate PT - Pickerington, OH – new

L'Oreal USA Pickerington, OH

• Greets and approaches customers promptly and assists them in the selection and purchase of merchandise in accordance with store customer service… L'Oreal USA


6 days ago

Coordinator - Inventory Management

L'Oreal USA Portland, OR

• Responsible for the evaluation and update of SAP warehouse master data inclusive of the following: • YLC01 Attributes (weight, dims, unit of… L'Oreal USA


11 days ago

Group Leader - Instrumental Evaluation

L'Oreal USA Clark, NJ

· Designs, proposes, and leads the instrumental test plans for innovation projects and task forces related to skincare; · Collaborates with labs… L'Oreal USA


10 days ago

Quality Technologist

L'Oreal USA Somerset, NJ

·Performs statistical sampling on packaging components and Finished Goods to be inspected. ·Conducts appearance, dimensional and functional… L'Oreal USA


23 days ago

Retail Store Manager - Sebring, FL

L'Oreal USA Sebring, FL

Title: Retail Store Manager Reports to: District Manager, Store Division This position is for SalonCentric, a wholly owned subsidiary of L'Oreal… L'Oreal USA


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    Make cosmetics for WORK? FUN and Rewarding Experience~!

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    Former Employee - Formulation Chemist in Clark, NJ (US)
    Former Employee - Formulation Chemist in Clark, NJ (US)

    I worked at L'Oréal USA full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Best part is, you get to see the product you've worked on get launched into the market pretty much within 1~1.5 years from the point you start working on it. THAT is an amazing gratification you get when working here, something not many of my friends in other industries can say (i.e. - semiconductor takes many years, pharma takes MANY years).

    Another great part is, I have seem plenty of coworker friends who had a chance to work 1~3 years in other R&D locations around the world. For L'Oreal, I have seem personal friends whom have worked at Clichy (France), Shanghai (China), and Kawasaki (Japan), but I believe there may be other locations as well. How cool is that?

    Cons

    Downside is, the work "can" get very routine. But I think that will depend on your ability and desire to learn "formulation" so you can get creative as you build up your skills in cosmetic chemistry and science.

    And as you go up in ranks, it seems (from my brief observation) that you have to do a lot of good negotiation and discussion with marketing, whom typically will decide what products will be made. This can be tough, because marketing folks are very tough. =)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    This is probably the same issue anywhere you go, but sometimes the ideas that come from internal members get "passed or ignored" where as ideas from outside seem to get more attention.

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