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Advertiser: Blue Marble Recruitment Limited

Job Title: Biosensors Device Physics Scientist - Cambs
Location:Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, En
Rate:£33K.0000 to £35K. Per Year    Benefits: Benefits
Description: My clients in Cambridgeshire are looking for a Biosensors Device Physics Scientist.

This role is commutable from Saffron Walden, Royston, Cambridge, Bedford, St. Neots, Huntingdon.

The successful candidate will improve the performance of biosensor devices/transducers and reader by correlating materials properties and process parameters to transducer performances.
Responsibilities will include evaluating new technologies in emerging applications in biosensor systems.
Using the improved understanding in these areas, you will aid development of new device structures and designs with improved limit of detection, reliability and dynamic range.

- Design and execute experiments to evaluate the performances and the potential of materials in biosensors, for example, Nanoparticles, fluorescent or phosphorescent emitters.
- Design and execute experiments to correlate material and process parameters to device performances.
- Develop new characterisation techniques and novel device structures for emerging areas in biosensor technologies, using OLED/OPD technology.
- With the help of modern statistical tools, support the identification of correlations between materials properties, processing parameters and device performances.
- Generate and develop proposals for new or enhanced applications and synergistic technologies to enhance the commercial attractiveness of the company's technology.

- Learning and developing new characterisation methods and experimental techniques to help understand current limitations and potential of the technology.
- Device and sample fabrication/design for new device structures utilising company technology in biosensors.
- Design and propose experiments, write experiment specification sheets and reports, analyse device data to identify potentially interesting materials and to optimise their performances.
- Proactively collect relevant data and analyse it to extract statistically significant correlations between device properties and material and process parameters.
- Clearly report findings and formulate recommendations either within or outside the organisation.
- Support device fabrication and testing when required (especially in evaluating new methodology).
- Constantly evaluate alternative/complementary technologies and opportunities to apply company technology.

- PhD or equivalent relevant research experience in Physics or Material Science.
- Relevant experience in electrical (circuit design) and/or optical characterisation (spectroscopy) in semiconductor or organic device physics.
- Good team player with excellent communication skills: able to communicate clearly with people from a variety of technical and non-technical backgrounds at different levels of the organisation.
- Proactive and self-motivated & can identify, promote and implement relevant research activities; can manage his/her own time.

- Relevant experience in clean room device fabrication would be an advantage.
- Working knowledge of organic and/or inorganic small molecule/polymer device analysis and statistical methods would be an advantage.
- Programming experience (e.g. Lab view) and experience in setting up and troubleshooting new characterisation setups (e.g. interfacing Keithley SMUs, spectrometers, rotation stages etc.) would be an advantage.

To apply for this Device Physics Scientist - Biosensors role in Cambridgeshire please contact us ASAP!

Skills Required: Biosensors Device Physics Scientist - Cambs
Job Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP     Duration: Permanent
Contact: Andy Grant Contact E-mail: Click
Contact Tel: 07720 841 444 Contact Fax:
Reference: SBPD-401649-AG Added: 01-08-2017
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