Physicist Job (Organic, Electronic) – Hampshire, UK

Our client, a leading Chemical & Materials Manufacturer, are currently looking for a Physicist to join their Organic Electronic Materials division as part of their Business Development Team based from their state-of-the-art Research facilities based in Hampshire, UK.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a leading, multinational Chemical and Materials Manufacturer who in return offers an attractive salary and benefits package.

 

Responsibilities:

Working as a Physicist within the Business Development Team, you will be responsible for devising and leading customer research projects to optimise the organisation’s Organic Electronic product ranges for the customers specified application.

 

Your duties will include:

  • Conducting electronic & physical experiments in the Organic Electronic field.
  • Developing new characterisation and experimental techniques to help understand the key parameters of organic semiconductor materials and the influence on device performance.
  • Translating of research findings to the chemistry team to enable new application development and product improvement.
  • Support the organisations Sales Team, offering technical support when interacting with customers.

 

Requirements:

To be considered for this Physicist  role, you will have a Degree / PhD in Physics, Electronics Engineering or a relevant discipline (or equivalent) and proven practical experience within a related research position including expertise in device physics, electronic materials as well as semiconductor process engineering and device characterisation. A proven track record of performing research projects alongside external partners/customers would be advantageous.

 

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For more information, or to apply for this Physicist position, please contact Andrew Bolton at CK Science on 01438 723 500 or email abolton@ckscience.co.uk. Entitlement to work in the EEA is essential. Please quote reference ST20867 in all correspondence.

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