Systems Engineer – Imaging High Tech Instrumentation
A superb career opportunity for an Engineer or Scientist (eg Physicist) with expertise in electronic imaging technologies such as optics, video and/or laser-based systems. This brand -new position for an Imaging Systems Specialist / Imaging Systems Engineer has been created at a highly successful Oxford based technology company who are developing high value, bespoke laser imaging systems for clients world-wide. The role would suit an individual with a background in instrumentation design or system integration involving lasers, optics, cameras, video image processing techniques, or similar.
The company is highly profitable and management owned with a clear growth plan. As a result, both the technology and company are expanding in equal measure -making this a perfect time to join them. There is excellent potential for career progression and personal development with a company which employs some of the UK’s leading experts on laser imaging systems -people who are passionate about developing world-class technologies!
Your goal is to master the imaging technology and then help develop it to the next level -and beyond. The position will suit an experienced Electronics Engineer, Optical Engineer or Scientist (Physicist, etc) who has had wide experience in a design and manufacturing business involving scientific instruments or hi-tech industrial machines and systems.
In this role you will be responsible for leading and coordinating the technical and development activities. You will be working with optical, imaging, electronics, opto-mechanical and software technologies at a system integration and applications level. Your role will include characterizing and testing products and adapting them to new applications. This is a highly varied role involving hands-on research, design and development.
Good degree or MSc in Physics, Electronics Engineering or other relevant technology.
Min 5 years experience in a hi-tech engineering environment working with sophisticated instrumentation