SENIOR TECHNOLOGIST - ROTATING MACHINERY
The company is a market leader.
Mechanical Engineering / Physics degree or other engineering qualification. Minimum 5 years' experience in the optimisation of rotating machinery. Relevant experience in an engineering role.
Develop innovative ideas and solutions in vacuum pump design. Co-ordinates project activities across a range of new technologies. Simulate various concepts across a wide range of technologies. Work with designers and technologists to deliver well thought out projects. Design of testing and analysis of results are key parts of the role. Working with customer facing groups to understand industry needs and propose new technology solutions. Work with external contacts such as universities to deliver new technologies. The candidate should be innovative with excellent analytical and problem solving skills. They should have a comprehensive understanding of both physics and engineering principles. An enthusiasm for new ideas, challenges and change is important. The role requires good team working and flexibility and will operate with minimal supervision. - Activities will include: understanding customer needs, development of ideas and new technologies, optimisation of designs, testing and analysis of results.
The company is offering a competitive salary.
There are no specialist Health & Safety issues related to this role.
Permanent (unless otherwise stated in the job title above).
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