Enigma People Solutions is excited to have been engaged by a world renowned engineering solutions company, with a proven track record that serves the product lifecycle needs of high technology companies, to search for a talented Theme Leader for their biophotonics and biomedical optics team. Our client considers themselves an applied R&D house, and are focused on innovation and emerging technologies and solutions.
Our client provides professional R&D services to industry as a flexible and practical resource that responds to companies’ needs, as well as employing a wide range of mechanisms with which it works with companies, such as strategic partnerships, technology road mapping, contract research, collaborative research, consultancy and feasibility studies. The company is structured as a not-for-profit independent research and technology organisation, with core expertise in the development and application of lasers and nonlinear optics, with key research themes including Stand-off Chemical and Environmental Sensing, LIDAR and Asset Monitoring in the Energy Sector, and Quantum Technologies.
On offer is an excellent career outside of the normal structure of private industry and the opportunity to work with bleeding edge technology and solutions with other engineers who are passionate about finding new, and sometimes revolutionary solutions. You will also have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects across a number of technological domains, these projects can be short sprints or big R&D efforts. On offer is a unique and comprehensive package, including:
- Outstanding holiday allowance with 31 days holiday plus 11 public
- 5% annual bonus, based on personal and company performance
- Excellent pension scheme, contribution of 7.5% from the employee releases 20% from the employer.
- Can apply for a place at on-site nursery, at staff rates.
- Can join sports centre at staff rates.
- Can join Ross Priory club on Loch Lomond, staff rates.
To be of interest for this role, you will ideally:
- Be a highly motivated bioscience research and development professional, ideally with a postgraduate degree in physics, engineering or the life or pharmaceutical sciences.
- Have developed optical technology for biological and/or biomedical applications and, as well as working in a research laboratory, would advantageously have experience in relevant industrial or innovation organisations.
- Have supervised students and/or colleagues with ideally some kind of team leadership responsibility.
- Have knowledge of product engineering and development cycles, market-oriented research and development, the generation and professional handling of intellectual property
- Have a demonstrated ability to generate proposals and secure funding to support R&D activities.
Your research and development experience would ideally include one or more elements of the following:
- Lasers and nonlinear optics
- Ophthalmological instrumentation
- Retinal prostheses
- Cochlear implants
- Advanced microscopy systems
- Photodynamic therapy
- Fluorescence spectroscopy
- Laser surgery
- Smart plasters and dressings
- Lab-on-chip and/or lab-in-a-pill systems
- Laser-based tweezing and cellular micromanipulation
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