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Applied Physicist, Sensor Technology (23387)

Cambridge area
to £45,000 DOE plus benefits
Filled

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Cambridge, applied physics, engineering, sensors, electronics, algorithms

Join this group of top engineers, scientists and technologists, applying your strong applied and practical physics knowledge to the development advanced sensing devices and products.

You will have:

  • A 1st or 2:1 in Physics or an engineering subject from one of the world’s foremost universities, and straight A*s at A-level including maths / physics
  • A strong CV in experimental physics, backed by analytical skills
  • The communication skills to share your ideas and work with peers and clients
  • The strong desire to work with fellow scientists and engineers in a purely commercial setting – this is not a research role, but a commercial endeavour producing viable products

You will also bring additional experience (and likely hobby projects, not just academic projects) in one or more of: electronics, software development (beyond numerical code), algorithm development, electro-mechanical systems, sensors or biotechnology.

If you’d like to be considered, do send your CV directly to ECM Selection – we read every CV, can only put forward the top few candidates, but would be keen to hear from you.

Keywords: Cambridge, applied physics, engineering, sensors, electronics, software, algorithms

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