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 Technical Advisor/Support - Photonics

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Company: Photon Design, Oxford, UK
Location: Oxford You will work with the firm's tools, helping to design components for their customers, often solving new or novel problems. You will be able to use a large amount of the physics that you have learnt, designing optical switches, filters, directional couplers, lasers and devising test routines for new algorithms. Extensive training will be given - this is an opportunity to learn a huge amount about the techniques used in photonics and the physical mechanisms they are based on.
Responsibilities Solving customer’s design problems using our simulation tools Providing technical support on our tools to customers (After 6-12 months) Providing product training courses to customers Providing feedback to developers on product usage, problems, suggested improvements Product testing – devising and implementing test computations to ensure the highest quality of our products
Other Roles As a small company, many of us have a primary role and then one or two other roles as time allows. It is expected that you would also be involved in one or more of these secondary roles. software development – if you have additional software skills, we would be keen to exploit this to assist our key software development teams IT management – maintaining the smooth running of our computers and network Technical pre-sales – assisting in the selling process, demonstrating and explaining to potential customers the technical merits of our simulation tools
Requirements a good BSc or MSc in Physics. Any specific knowledge of electromagnetism, semiconductor device physics, or photonics would be an advantage Excellent problem solving skills – you will often encounter new technical problems, and will need to think creatively to solve them in an efficient manner Good verbal and written communication skills Ability to work in a team environment Willing to travel occasionally
Starting Salary £24K-£30K
About Photon Design Photon Design is a small company based in Oxford, UK, founded in 1992. It develops and markets state-of-the-art simulation and design software for photonics component development, for example modelling the propagation of light through an optical waveguide, or the dynamics of a laser diode. It’s software is used throughout the World in leading universities and companies.
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