Principal Scientist - Energy Storage
£(phone number removed) Pension + Holiday
Do you have a doctorate in Electroanalytical Chemistry?
Are you looking for an autonomous role where you will set up a new manufacturing process for an ambitious and growing engineering company?
This company are at the cutting edge of technology, they are currently involved on working with some of the most technically advanced processes and projects which are paving the way in the industry.
In this role you will provide technical direction and hands-on support within the energy storage search group, including providing scientific guidance in the design, set-up and execution of experiments and also provide technical reports/presentations to internal and external stakeholders.
The ideal candidate will be someone who has a PhD/MSC in Electrochemistry/Material sciences/Chemical Engineering, have 5+ years industrial work experience , knowledge of electrochemical characterisation methods and performance parameters in energy storage devices.
This is a superb opportunity to join a highly successful business based in Scotland. An excellent base salary and benefits package with enhanced career development and job security is on offer. The real draw is for someone to be part of a fast-growing business offering a fulfilling and varied career.
*Accountable for research and development decisions
*Product development goals in energy storage
*Lab results analysis and interpretation
*Provide technical reports/presentations to internal and external stakeholders
*Offer technical mentorship
*PhD or MSc degree in Electrochemistry/Chemical Engineering/Material sciences
*5+ years relevant industrial work
*Experimental practice and knowledge of safety in a lab (Risk assessments and COSHH)
*Experienced in Electrochemical characterisation methods and performance parameters in energy storage devices
*Strong leadership skills
The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.
Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom.
Potential candidates who do not have this right or permit, or are pending an application to obtain this right or permit should not apply