The National Printable Electronics Technology Centre is looking for Materials Laboratory Scientist to join our team. To carry out this role it is essential you have a degree in a suitable discipline with experience in materials chemistry. It is also an advantage if you have experience of working in quality control environment with attention to detail in a fabrication or another closely related subject. The jobholder will be operating in a multicultural and multifunctional environment and must be able to work effectively in a team.
The candidate will assist in the formulation of new materials, perform materials characterization and sample preparation using a range of fabrication and coating techniques. You will work on a wide range of projects in a variety of different printed electronics fields and will hence require the ability to learn the basics of operation of new and emerging technologies. This scientific and technical knowledge can then be used to expand the level of business brought into the National Printable Electronics Centre.
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is a technology innovation centre working in the Sustainable Processing and Printable Electronics industries. The centre uses market knowledge and technology understanding to develop and prototype products and processes quickly and efficiently with minimal risk to its public and private sector partners.
CPI builds and provides assets to prove concepts and develop and demonstrate technology to reduce the risks of scaling new processes. We create collaborative partnerships between industry, academia as well as the public and private sectors to leverage resources and reduce development risks.
The successful person will receive a generous benefits package including: Pension, Company Sick Pay, Life Assurance, Accident Insurance, enhanced holiday entitlement.
How to Apply
A job description is available upon request and if you are the person for this position please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date is 17th May 2012. Please note only candidates selected for interview will be contacted
Please note that all short listed candidates will be expected to demonstrate at the time of interview their legal right to live and work in the UK by presentation of appropriate original documents. General guidance can be found at the UK Border Agency’s website: www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk