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Your work at Cambridge Design Partnership will help some of the biggest companies in the world develop their most important innovations
As a simulation engineer working within our multidisciplinary teams, you will be responsible for developing mathematical and computational models to simulate performance of a range of products and processes in the healthcare, consumer, and industrial sectors. Your role will offer you the opportunity to use your technical knowledge to deliver innovative solutions to our clients challenging projects. In return your ingenuity will be rewarded with the satisfaction of seeing your ground-breaking new creations launched in the market, making a real difference whilst receiving an excellent benefits package..
1st or 2:1 master’s degree in engineering, physics or maths. A post graduate qualification in numerical or computational simulation would be highly advantageous
Excellent core mathematics skills with experience of application to science and engineering problems, ideally within a product development environment
Extensive and diverse experience:
o developing mathematical models from scratch and rigorous approach to implementing in bespoke algorithms
o assessing suitability and confidence of mathematical and computational models to make performance predictions
o in several of the following fields; fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, optics, electromagnetics, static and dynamic mechanics
A flexible and confident approach to explore and navigate new fields from first principles
Proficiency in either or both of OpenFOAM and Comsol.
An ability to communicate clearly and concisely to colleagues and clients the technical details of a model, and how and where it can be applied
A commercial awareness gained in one of the following environments: technical/design consultancy; technology start-up; new product development department
We are an employee owned company with our staff at the centre of our strategy. Employee ownership allows us to maintain full control over the direction of our business and our creative culture. Our offices are based in a beautiful rural location close to Cambridge where we offer an exciting and challenging working environment.
We hire people with a genuine enthusiasm and curiosity for engineering and science so if you’re the type of person who fills their spare time designing and making things, then we’d love to know.
In return for your hard work and insightful ideas, you receive a competitive salary, discretionary bonus, 12% non-contributory pension, private healthcare and 25 days holiday
Tonya Williamson at firstname.lastname@example.org l 01223 264428
We welcome international applications, but at this time, we are unable to offer sponsorship for work permits, so you will need to have the full right to live and work in the UK. Unfortunately, your application will be rejected if you do not have these rights.
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