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Sensors Engineer – KTP Associate Mechanical Engineering Vacancy

Sensors Engineer - KTP Associate, Sensors Engineer - KTP Associate Mechanical Engineering Vacancy

Sensors Engineer – KTP Associate Mechanical Engineering Vacancy

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Recruitment department name
Sensors Engineer – KTP Associate

Recruitment Post Name
Mechanical Engineering

Recruitment Qualification
A minimum 2:1 degree in a relevant field such as Electronic/Electrical Engineering or Communications Engineering.
Year in Industry preferred.

£34,000 to £38,000 depending on qualifications and experience, plus a £4,000 personal training budget and a generous pension scheme. Grade: Competitive Package

age limit of recruitment
45 age

date of application
05 Apr to 24 Apr

Application requirements
Knowledge of fundamental components of electronic circuit systems: sensor technologies (e.g., temperature, pressure, optical, piezo), semiconductors, capacitors, power solutions, etc.
Knowledge of standard mathematical techniques for engineering and application in circuit analysis theory and digital electronics
Knowledge of passive and active RFID theologies, antenna design, communication protocols, radio signal propagation, and data reading/storage solutions
Knowledge of computer programming languages such as C/C++/Python and Java for embedded systems integration and interfacing
Experience in electronic circuit production in lab/industrial settings
Knowledge of applied mechanical engineering principles, such as stress and strain in engineering systems
Knowledge of CAE (computer-aided engineering) for product design and development
Good oral and written communication skills with the ability to lead a project from the technical/scientific perspective and to produce research outputs such as academic papers
Be capable of working collaboratively in a team environment.
Be able to work independently, make decisions and manage personal workload.
Be capable of communicating complex concepts clearly to stakeholders with varying degrees of technical and scientific background.
Knowledge/application of coaching, mentoring, and personnel development approaches
Knowledge or experience in converting a prototype into a commercial product.
Fluent in the English language.

Based in Poole, Dorset – and on a hybrid basis/remote.

The University of Bath is looking for a talented engineer in sensing and digital signal processing for a ground-breaking research project.

This is an opportunity for you to ‘fast track’ your career into business by leading a high-profile and strategically meaningful project to a successful conclusion, allowing you to utilize your academic achievements in an industrial setting. 

This is a unique opportunity to work alongside academics from one of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities while building a professional career.

This Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project will bring together an exciting combination of acoustic sensing and digital signal processing expertise.

As a KTP Associate, you will receive extensive practical and formal training, gain marketable skills, broaden your knowledge and expertise within an industrially relevant project, and be supported by industrial and academic mentors.

You can work on emotional problems using ground-breaking technology with incredible team support from the Department of Mechanical Engineering. 

Actisense was formed in January 1997 and is now a market leader in intelligent marine electronic products manufacturing.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • A Master’s degree in mechanical engineering, physics, or a related field.
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • A strong understanding of digital signal processing

In addition:

  • Ideally, have some experience in acoustics/ultrasonics.
  • The Associate is expected to play a major role in coordinating the stakeholders involved in this project, so they must have good communication and organization skills.

If you’re a talented individual with experience in sensing and signal processing looking for a new challenge and to take control of your project, then make sure you take advantage of this rare opportunity. You will play a major role and engage with multiple stakeholders, so you must have excellent communication and organizational skills.

KTP Associate – The benefits 

  • Valuable experience and highly transferable skills.
  • Responsibility for a high-profile project.
  • Mentoring from the company and academic team.
  • The opportunity for further study at a substantially reduced rate.

You must understand how KTP works

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Further details:
  • Job Description & Person Specification
  • Terms of Employment

Visa information

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Update to our application process

We are constantly seeking to reduce the unconscious bias that enters any assessment process, to create an inclusive and equal assessment process. Personal details will be removed from application forms at the initial shortlisting stage to support this.

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