Experimental Physicist - Device Physics - Cambridge
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experimental physicist to join a new team in Cambridge to work on their revolutionary biotechnology device.
This company are at the forefront of innovation and are developing a potentially disruptive product for their market.
As an Experimental Physicist, you will take a hands-on approach to a variety of roles including the design and electrical characterisation of devices, including packaging the electronics, performing electrical tests and analysing the data. You will be utilising your physics knowledge to develop new device layouts and testing procedures and will be working alongside engineers and scientists alike, in a multidisciplinary team.
The role is open to people from recent PhD graduates through to mid-level experienced physicists.
We are looking for physicists who love solving highly complex problems on leading edge technology and who enjoy hands-on R&D.
The right candidate should have the following experience;
- You will have recently graduated with a Ph.D. in experimental physics or a relevant engineering discipline.
- Strong familiarity with electrical test equipment such as source measure units, benchtop DMMs
- Experience of scripting electrical tests, using python
- Experience of scripting data-analysis e.g. curve fitting, using python or similar
- Experience of packaging electrical devices using manual or semi-automatic wire bonding
In exchange for your skills and expertise, the company offer a highly competitive package with a variety of benefits and have world-class labs and workspaces for you to work on and develop cool technology.
For more information, please call Matthew Lowdon of Newton Colmore Consulting on 0044 121 268 2240 or make an application and one of our team will be in touch.
Newton Colmore Consulting is a highly specialist recruitment consultancy operating within the medical devices, Scientific Engineering, Scientific Software, Robotics, Science, Electronics Design, New Product Design, Human Factors, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance and Field Service Engineering sectors throughout Europe and the US.
Key words: Experimental Physicist, Device Physics, Electronics, Semiconductors,