As a cryogenics specialist your work activities will be very diverse and every day will bring fresh challenges. Working at first under the guidance of experienced team members you will develop both practical skills and scientific understanding of sub-Kelvin cryogenics and cryogenic measurement / control instrumentation. As you progress, you will have scope to develop your own particular areas of interest and expertise within the broader range of company activities. Day to day activities might include:
- Developing and applying precision cryogenic instrumentation, systems integration, coding and test automation
- Hands-on practical contribution to key stages of product build and cryogenic performance testing
- Data analysis, interpretation and reporting
- Participating in R&D to develop the new products and improved production processes that will ensure the future success of the business
What are all the practical details?
- COVID start details: you will be required to work in the office/laboratory (which is COVID safe, following up to date government COVID guidelines).
- Start date: April - June 2021
About Chase Research Cryogenics
Chase Research Cryogenics are world leaders in the design and manufacture of sub-Kelvin cryogenic cooling systems. Their products are used in a wide range of scientific and engineering fields including astrophysics, quantum computing and quantum communications. They are always innovating and invest a signification portion of their time and resources in product R&D. The company has a gender-diverse workforce and a strong commitment to equity and equality within the business. They are committed to developing graduate talent and there is a definite progression route, with multiple previous hires now occupying more senior positions. Visit the company’s website to learn more about their unique products and impressive customer base.
What we are looking for
- The ideal candidate will be excited about contributing to the future of the business, as well as the opportunity to learn about the rapidly-growing field of cryogenics.
- Possess relevant practical skills and the ability to apply them to a new context
- Electronics skills or other practical, precision crafting skills, possibly gained in a non-science context
- Data collection, analysis and interpretation skills using e.g. Excel, Labview
- Excellent planning and time management skills;
- Adept problem solver who can use their initiative and think on their feet.
- Able to work to effectively with others and contribute to research and development.
Accepted degree subjects
- electronic and electrical engineering
- computer sciences
Additional job details
- Contract, dates and working times
How to apply
Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 7 March 2021
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Closing date: 7 March 2021