• Advanced Materials Surface Engineer (KTP Associate) - The University of Manchester and Sandon, Runcorn

    £31,604 to £38,833 per annum, depending on experience

    This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious graduate with the ability and confidence to manage a collaborative project with Sandon Global Engraving Technology Limited.

    The University of Manchester and Sandon are looking to recruit an Advanced Materials Surface Engineer to undertake this 36 month project which has an overall aim of facilitating the development, embedment and exploitation of expertise in materials science and surface engineering that will enhance the position of Sandon as the commercial centre of excellence for Anilox technology.

  • Material Scientist - Superior Seals Limited, Wimborne

    Negotiable, depending on experience

    We are looking for a Material Scientist to support material development projects, assisting the materials team with a wide range of tasks involved during the formulation and enhancement of materials.

     

  • Nuclear Safety Inspector – Structural Integrity & Graphite Integrity (Office for Nuclear Regulation)

    Varied, challenging and rewarding: the vital role of a Nuclear Safety Inspector

    The challenge

    A fast-evolving public corporation, the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) is committed to shaping the future of regulation in the UK nuclear industry. It’s an exciting challenge, and we need dynamic individuals with vision and initiative to join our Nuclear Safety Inspector teams. 

  • Additive Manufacturing Engineer - OxMet Technologies, Oxford

    We are seeking Additive Manufacturing Engineers to shape the future of a unique metal additive manufacturing facility.

    Through the selection of AM equipment, you will lead the establishment of a state-of-the-art additive manufacturing facility which will enable innovation in the design of new alloys.

    An established network within the additive manufacturing community including equipment and material suppliers and component customers is desired.

  • Alloy Design Engineer - OxMet Technologies, Oxford

    We are seeking talented and motivated team members to work as Alloy Design Engineers.

    The ideal candidate will have a strong academic background with experience in developing materials from a laboratory environment to commercial practice.

    Experience in computational materials modelling for the development of alloys is desirable.

    Understanding of alloy production processes, manufacturing techniques and materials testing is also desired.