The ideal candidate will possess an academic background in physics, chemistry, or related discipline, with a good knowledge of lab principles and practices. In addition, he or she shall possess strong interdisciplinary skills in pneumatics, thermodynamics, and materials science.
The candidate should have a fundamental understanding of product development processes and related leadership skills. A background in instrumentation development is essential. He or she will be responsible for coordinating development efforts and application activities within and across project teams.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
This individual must be a self-starter with an ability to conceptualize new ideas relating detection of chemical agents and trace explosive residue. This includes, but not limited to sample collection, desorption, transport, ionization, detection, and analysis. As a member of Bruker Detection, the candidate will participate in all aspects of product development and sales related activities.
This individual shall also possess the hands-on ability to research chemical interactions in the detection system. Using these results he or she will develop new innovative methods to extract and analyze signals from inherently noisy spectrometry data.
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