As part of our continued growth and sustained vision to be a leader in our sector, a new role for an Application Engineer has been created in our state-of-the-art Cambridge office.
COMSOL provides software solutions for multiphysics modelling to both commercial and academic customers. The COMSOL UK branch, located in Cambridge, is a small, close-knit team of sales and technical support specialists that form an important part of our expanding and diverse global company.
For this role, we are seeking an individual with detailed understanding of electromagnetic physics. Suitable candidates will have a background in one or more of the following applications: inductive systems, magnetism, RF, microwaves, photonics. Experience of computational modelling in electromagnetism is desirable but not essential.
In this role, you will have the opportunity to use your physics/engineering/mathematics skills to support both commercial and academic customers undertaking a variety of physical modelling and simulation tasks using COMSOL Multiphysics software. Your main responsibilities will include: providing technical support to the sales team at both pre- and post-sales stages; interacting with customers by email, by phone and in person; conducting training courses.
- Work closely with the sales team and customers at both pre- and post-sales stages.
- Support the customer using COMSOL Multiphysics by addressing their modelling requirements and providing guidance, advice, and modelling assistance in a wide variety of application areas, particularly those involving applications electromagnetics.
- Create and deliver COMSOL product demonstrations at public workshops, customer meetings and professional conferences.
- Conduct both public and customer bespoke training courses on COMSOL Multiphysics.
- Interact with both potential and existing customers in both industry and academia.
- Develop benchmark models to demonstrate features and capabilities of COMSOL Multiphysics to meet the modelling requirements of customers.
- Work collaboratively with developers and other Application Engineers, both in the UK and other COMSOL offices, to establish a productive and proactive working environment.
- This role will also include some travel.
- An undergraduate degree in engineering, physical sciences or mathematics is essential. A Masters or PhD (or equivalent) is desirable.
- A strong mathematical and physics background in electromagnetics. Proven proficiency with computational analysis is beneficial but not essential.
- Positive and professional communicator both in-person and on the phone, with concise writing skills and the ability to communicate with confidence in a client-facing environment.
- Ability to interact with customers from a diverse range of industries and research organisations.
- An aptitude for problem-solving and discerning the physics underlying complex modelling projects.
- Strong time-management skills, with the ability to balance multiple demands in assisting a large number of customers, as well as team members.
- An understanding of both technical issues and business challenges in the engineering and scientific sectors.
- A willingness to extend your existing knowledge and skills into other scientific disciplines.
- Eligibility to work in the UK.
What We Offer You
- Competitive salary and regular reviews to reward personal performance.
- 25 days holiday.
- Company pension.
- Good prospects for career progression.
- Professional and personal development in a rapidly growing high-tech software company.
- Opportunity to resolve challenging technical problems using state-of-the-art engineering tools.
- Work with creative and qualified team members in Cambridge and other international offices.
- Friendly atmosphere in modern offices with private individual work spaces, meeting rooms, relaxing communal areas, parking and modern café facilities.
||Application Engineer: Electromagnetism
||Cambridge, United Kingdom
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