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Lead Applications Engineer - Test and Calibration Instruments
My client is seeking a Lead Applications Engineer to be based within the engineering product development team, working closely with product management and customer facing teams to specify and develop customer solutions using test and calibration instrumentation products.
• Participation in the Generation of design specifications and requirements capture
• Identify new applications and opportunities for test and calibration instruments
• Developing customer solutions.
• Provide applications knowledge and mentoring to other members of the cross functional teams.
• Produce White Papers and application notes
• High standard of documentation for evidence of conformity and technical explanation
• Excellent written and verbal communication
• Ability to work across continents with remote engineering and sales teams
• Globally supporting external customers, service, internal sales and marketing functions
• Continually develop and advance internal operating procedures
• Development and delivery of product training to customers, channel partners and global sales teams
• Degree or equivalent in an engineering discipline
• Knowledge of test and calibration methods and practices
• Experience of working with Electronic instrumentation in either a development, technical support or calibration environment
• Strong time management skills. Some international travel is likely as part of the role.
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Software packages (Word, Excel, Power point etc)
• Proven ability to work to deadlines and respond effectively to demanding customer requests
• Demonstrate excellent communication skills with customers and team members
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