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Product Engineer (27196)

Cambridge
to £34,000 + Profit Share

Scientific instrument support and development

This independent and privately owned company has a long history in Cambridge providing services and equipment used around the globe by scientists and engineers in fields as diverse as medical drug delivery and automotive development. They are growing and looking to add a scientist or engineer to their Products team. In this role you will liaise closely with customers and clients providing important feedback to the team that will shape future product development and provide support to customers.

You will be quick to learn new techniques and skills (fully supported by the team) covering a broad range of technical areas as well as business and product development. You will connect with customers building strong relationships to understand their requirements and business needs. Further, working closely with customers you will help them integrate new products from initial system design to final evaluation. This can include site visits to companies around the world along with attending industry conferences.

Requirements:

  • Good degree in Science or Engineering, including those graduating soon
  • Comfortable with both theoretical and hands-on work
  • Good written and verbal communication skills, especially regarding technical subjects
  • Full unrestricted rights to work in the UK (sponsorship is not possible)

Roles in this company aren’t available often so this is a great opportunity to join a team of likeminded scientists and engineers who support and nurture new members. They work a 35-hour week with 25 days paid holiday each year (plus bank holidays). Alongside the generous salary are workplace pension and company profit share schemes.

Keywords: Product Engineer, Application Engineer, Support Engineer, Instrumentation, Scientific Instruments, Technical Support, Commissioning, Experimental Design, Data Evaluation, Data Analysis, Business Development, Mechanical, Electronics, Software

Please note: even if you don’t have exactly the background indicated, do contact us now if this type of job is of interest – we may well have similar opportunities that you would be suited to. And of course, we always get your permission before submitting your CV to a company.

Recommend for £250 – see www.ecmselection.co.uk/tell-a-friend for details.