Additive Manufacturing Software Development Engineer - KTP Associate
University Of Bath
3rd July 2019
£31000 - £35000
Starting from £31,000, rising to £35,000 depending on qualifications and experience, plus a £4,000 training and development budget.
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A dedicated software developer?
Passionate about geometry?
ready to play a major role in an exciting new additive manufacturing project?
This is your opportunity to gain valuable and transferable skills in a high-profile team - and drive a project that sets new standards in additive manufacturing (3D printing). You will also receive mentoring from the company and an experienced academic, with the potential to gain a professional qualification.
You will be a pivotal player in a joint initiative between leading advanced design engineering company, Generative Parametrics, and the University of Bath.
Your role will be to develop planning and control software for a new additive manufacturing technology. The technology will unlock design and printing possibilities that additive manufacturing has previously been unable to tackle.
You will be based at the company's offices in Melksham and work closely with the university's academic team. In the second year, you will collaborate with a new member of staff responsible for developing the technology's control system electronics and hardware. The result of your combined efforts? A ground-breaking and commercially viable additive manufacturing prototype.
Throughout, you will manage and implement new developments for the company, and help Generative Parametrics progress in an exciting market.
You will have:
a PhD or equivalent in a technical field, such as computer science, physics or engineering
in-depth knowledge of polymer additive manufacturing technologies
3D-modelling skills to manipulate component geometries in software
skills and experience in software development and programming
a software design background with industrial or research experience in robotics, production or control system setting
excellent communication skills.
About the contract
The contract is full time for a fixed term of 24 months with the possibility of securing permanent employment.
This position has arisen as part of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) between Generative Parametrics and the University of Bath's Department of Mechanical Engineering.
About the company
Generative Parametrics provides advanced product design services for global engineering professionals, manufacturers and innovators. Its team of dedicated in-house designers works with some of the world's most advanced businesses in sectors including automotive, oil and gas, and telecommunications. To find out more, please visit generativeparametrics.com
Interviews will be held at the Generative Parametrics offices in Melksham, Wiltshire on Thursday 15 August.
Closing date: Wednesday 31 July 2019.
Interview date: Thursday 15 August 2019.
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