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Experimental Physicist, Life Sciences (26230)

to £45k DoE plus great benefits

Physics for biotechnologies including diagnostics and automation

This varied role is for an Experimental Physicist to develop products within a multidisciplinary team that embraces physics, biology and engineering. Areas of work include products and processes for cell therapies, personalised medicine and synthetic biology.

The successful Experimental Physicist will exhibit a clear experimental, hands-on approach, with a strong theoretical foundation and the ability to solve complex problems through accurate analytical work. You will have a creative and inquisitive mind, able to make that connection between an interesting phenomenon in the lab and the potential for a novel development in life science instrumentation or diagnostics.

In joining this successful company working in the life sciences sector, you will collaborate with an energetic group of talented engineers and scientists.

Your CV will demonstrate the following technical background and personal qualities: -

  • An excellent undergraduate degree in physics from a highly-ranked world-class university
  • An experimental PhD or equivalent industrial experience with evidence of instrumentation development, specifically within the life-sciences sector
  • Evidence of design and development of test apparatus to improve processes and system performance
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to develop collaborative relationships with your colleagues and clients

In return, the company offers an excellent salary with superb range of benefits including sharing in the company’s success. The company support their employees’ personal development, providing the opportunity for each to follow their preferred career path.

Keywords: Life science, Experimental, Instrumentation, Automation, Fluidics, Optics, Diagnostics, Physics.

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