Graduate Electronics Engineer
Position : Electronics Engineer
Sector : Science for the renewable energy / energy storage sector
Location : Chesterford Research Park, CB10
Salary : Negotiable but likely to be in the £28,000-£40,000 bracket and will be very much dependant on ability and experience
Please note : we cannot offer sponsorship for this role. You MUST already have the right to live and work in the UK. As part of the recruitment process, all candidates will be required to provide evidence of major qualifications along with proof of your right to live and work in the UK.
Superdielectrics Limited set out in 2013 to develop biocompatible, electrically conducting hydrophilic polymers which had the potential to be used in Bioelectronics. During their research and development programme, they noted that their materials exhibited very unusual electrical properties. Following independent research by the Bristol University Electrochemistry group, it was found that when tested in devices with simple carbon electrodes, the devices were characterised by geometrical capacitances three or four orders of magnitude larger than the geometrical capacitances of carbon electrodes in conventional electrolyte solutions. It was determined that these outstanding electrochemical properties could be exploited in the development of high energy density supercapacitors.
Their goal now is to develop high energy density, low cost, low environmental impact electrical energy storage devices that will help create a clean and sustainable global energy and transportation system.
As part of their continued development, they now have an opportunity for someone to join their team in the position of
This exciting position will see you working at the cutting edge of technology. You will be primarily supporting in the design and implementation of solutions required in the application of novel Superdielectric technologies to existing commercial systems. This will include designing any circuitry that may be needed to improve the performance of SD supercapacitors and improve their compatibility for implementation in appropriate devices. You’d then work to build prototypes to test those designs to identify where improvements can be made, before eventually developing a commercial grade product.
What is on offer :
To discuss this role in more detail, please contact our recruitment partner Chris Carter at Nicholas Associates Group in Sheffield.
For more information on this vacancy please contact us on 00000.