Microfluidics Scientist - Microfabrication - Cambridge
Due to expansion of a scientific engineering company and the success of a number of products a growing company, in Cambridgeshire, are keen to add a Microfluidics Scientist or Microfluidics Engineer to lead specialist development projects.
You will be helping with the development of very complex scientific technologies and will make use of your microfabrication skills on the development of cutting-edge sensors and diagnostics technologies.
We are open to people just leaving university after a PhD or people with a few years industry experience working on Microfluidics or MEMS technologies, but you must have practical microfabrication experience, ideally on silicon, polymer, glass and other ceramics and components.
Due to the complex nature of your work you will be expected to hold a degree and PhD within an engineering, sciences or materials subject.
This role will allow you to shape the direction of brand new complex technologies that will help many people across the globe.
You will be rewarded with an excellent salary, benefits package and career path. If needed there is a chance of relocation assistance, for the right person.
If this sounds like the challenging role you are looking for, please make an application now as I expect a lot of interest.
For more information please feel free to call Andrew Welsh, Director of Medical Devices recruitment specialists Newton Colmore Consulting, on 0121 268 2240 or make an application and one of our team at Newton Colmore Consulting will contact you.
Newton Colmore Consulting is a specialist recruitment company within the Medical Devices, Scientific Engineering, Scientific Software, Robotics, Science, Electronics Design, Innovation, Invention, Industrial Design, New Product Design, Human Factors, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance and Field Service Engineering sectors.
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- Agency: Newton Colmore Consulting
- Reference: MSMC05
- Posted: 13th June 2019
- Expires: 11th July 2019