Applied Mathematician / Physicist

Recruiter
Vector Resourcing
Location
Cambridge
Salary
£28000 - £50000 per annum + Basic (NEG) + excellent benefits
Posted
22 Jul 2017
Closes
21 Aug 2017
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A brand new opportunity for an Applied Mathematician to join a successful technology innovation company. Working in a project based environment, the Applied Mathematician /Physicist will lead and contribute to technology development projects in the fields of Scientific Instruments, Medical Devices, Biotechnology, Consumer Electronics and Robotics. The Applied Mathematician/ Physicist will be presented with unique physical problems, forming mathematical models often from first principles that they then solve mathematically (algorithmically and / or numerically, translating the theoretical results into real world explanations and highly optimised solutions.



This is an exceptional opportunity for a talented Applied Mathematician / Physicist who is enthralled by all aspects of science and desires to apply their knowledge to analyse, optimise and solve problems in a commercial setting .The company is an excellent employer offering ongoing training and mentoring programmes, excellent future career opportunities and a highly competitive remuneration package.



The Company

For 30 years this technology development consultancy has successfully transformed ideas into successful market-leading products for their clients. Their state-of-the-art facility in Cambridge plays host to a diverse international team of talented engineers, scientists, mathematicians and market experts committed to innovating new products and solutions for their clients in the medical, consumer, industrial and energy sectors. The company are thriving and, in the last couple of years, have experienced significant growth both organically and through acquisition. They are looking for talented people to join their team to further propel their growth going forward.



Requirements - Applied Mathematician / Physicist:

* BSc, MPhys, MMath, MSc or PhD degree in Mathematics/ Physics or similar discipline
* Experience of applying complex mathematics to analyse & optimise physical systems
* Experience of using software to implement mathematical models e.g. Matlab, Mathcad, Python, C/C++, R
* Ability to develop and optimise novel algorithms
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