An exciting opportunity has arisen for an equipment engineer to join an innovative organisation in Cambridgeshire who specialise in the application of new material technologies into medical science, renewable and green energy industries. Your role as an electrical engineer will be to help maximise operational up-time and performance of critical hardware through maintenance, monitoring and effective troubleshooting across the R&D facility.
To be successful as an equipment engineer you should possess experience troubleshooting and maintaining vacuum deposition equipment within an academic or commercial research environment and ideally hold an electrical or closely related qualification.
Equipment Engineer Key Responsibilities:
* Devise, implement and manage robust monitoring and maintenance processes, recording routine checks and system events.
* Take the lead in resolving equipment operating issues through collaborative troubleshooting, solution identification and rapid rectification of issues to resume optimal operating status at the earliest opportunity.
* Maximise operational up-time and highest operational performance of critical hardware, through a combination of planned monitoring, maintenance and effective troubleshooting.
Equipment Engineer Requirements:
* Experience in troubleshooting of electrical and other technical issues, deviations and breakdowns.
* Ideally hold an electrical engineering or closely related qualification.
* Working with and maintaining, vacuum deposition equipment with a preference for chemical vapour deposition.
* An ability to understand the technical specifications and functionality of standard and non-standard equipment and technical systems.
Salary £.Comp + Excellent Benefits Inc. Company Share Option - Pension Contribution.
If you are an innovative thinker with a passion for science and want to make difference to the technology landscape please send your CV to Lewis at Cranleigh Scientific.
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- Agency: Cranleigh Scientific
- Reference: 6750
- Posted: 11th January 2019
- Expires: 8th February 2019