Essential skills and experience:
- Relevant degree (BSc, MEng) in engineering or physics from a leading university or a deep background in instrumentation development.
- Postgraduate experience, either through relevant industrial experience, or via a postgraduate degree (e.g. MSc, PhD) from a leading university.
- Solid understanding of engineering fundamentals and physical principles.
- Hands-on experience with electronic and mechanical systems.
- Interfacing software with sensors and actuators, including instrument control and data capture (e.g. C/C++, LabVIEW™, MATLAB).
Expertise in at least one of the following:
- Optical design.
- Mechanical CAD (SolidWorks).
- PCB design.
In addition, we will favour candidates who have:
- Proven ability to design, build, test & troubleshoot.
- Ability to work in a small team to tight timescales and with strict attention to detail.
- Ability to plan your workload and exercise good time management.
- Excellent problem-solving ability.
- Excellent verbal, documentation and communications skills.
The successful candidate will work in a multi-disciplinary team and should be enthusiastic with excellent team-working and communication skills. If interested, please apply with your CV by clicking on Apply Now.
All Sphere Fluidics employees are given an employment package including: competitive salary; employee share options; life insurance and Pension Scheme. Each employee is also encouraged to develop an annual development plan, including SMART objectives and training needs, as part of their career development. The position will be based in or around Cambridge, UK.