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Edinburgh Instruments Ltd.,
2 Bain Square, Kirkton Campus,
As part of our drive to expand our world-leading range of spectrometer products, we are currently looking for additional software engineers to join our team.
Our software forms a key part of the instrumentation products we sell, allowing both expert and new users to gain maximum productivity in their measurements. It also covers a broad range of essential functionality, encompassing data acquisition, hardware control and configuration, graphical visualisation, and data management, processing and numerical analysis.
As well as developing new software for new products, we also strive to continuously improve our existing software packages in order to keep a competitive advantage and maintain our reputation of making powerful instruments very simple to use.
Ideally you will:
We welcome additional skills and experience in any of the following areas:
As well as a competitive salary, Edinburgh Instruments offers many employee benefits including: flexible working hours (including and early finish on Fridays), private medical insurance, a performance related bonus scheme and subsidised local gym membership.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fast-growing company that can offer financial rewards as well as excellent prospects for career development.
Edinburgh Instruments are looking to recruit an Engineer for optical alignment and optical assembly for the Photonics production department. This is an excellent opportunity to work for a world leading instrumentation manufacturer to help build state of the art instrumentation to be installed in leading research facilities and universities all over the world.
Applicants should have a good understanding of optics and precision mechanical/optical assemblies. Previous experience in optical alignment and working in a controlled environment would be preferential. The successful candidate will also be familiar with current production practices and measuring equipment.
The role is to ensure the accurate and timely build of a new photonics product that sits within the current range of Edinburgh Instruments products. This position will involve the alignment and testing of high end, precision optical components, and the calibration of optical instrumentation. The role will involve working to tight deadlines and following strict quality control practices. It is expected that the candidate should be able to take ownership of the product by maintaining product documentation.
Principal duties and responsibilities:
Summary of employment conditions
Contracted hours are 37.5 hours per week. The Company operates a flexible working week.
Full training will be provided.
After an initial qualifying period and subject to the company’s terms and conditions of employment paid sickness, death in service, permanent health insurance, private medical insurance, pension scheme, paid holidays and relevant statutory days as taken by the company.
Salary Package: A competitive salary package is available to the right candidate
Principal duties and responsibilities
For over 40 years, we at Edinburgh Instruments have been providing our customers at leading-edge research institutes, academic and industrial facilities with the best fluorescence spectroscopy products in the world. Our products combine customisation, user-friendliness and high performance and are experiencing higher-than-ever demand in this growing worldwide marketplace.
Edinburgh Instruments pride ourselves in providing our customers with industry-leading service and applications support and this role covers the most important facets of our customer-facing agenda. Coupled with rigorous in-house final-testing of our custom spectrometer products to ensure they meet the demanding specifications. The successful candidate will be enthused to act as an ambassador for our company, and conduct installation, training and service support visits to our customer-base.
Reporting to the Operations Team Manager, the successful candidate will also provide technical support, customer feedback and give views on development strategy relating to our growing product range as a member of the Service and Operations team.
Working in a friendly, supportive and informal working environment. In addition, a comprehensive range of benefits including flexible working hours, a private healthcare scheme and subsidised gym membership along with a competitive salary and pension scheme are available to suitable candidates.
Edinburgh Instruments Ltd. 2 Bain Square, Kirkton Campus, Livingston, EH54 7DQ
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