Zurich Instruments is a technology leader for advanced test & measurement instruments for dynamic signal processing. Our products are used in many research fields by demanding scientists all over the world. Zurich Instruments' vision is to be the reference for digital instrumentation in advanced research and development labs. The company with its international headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, is strongly growing in all regions and product fields, and for our new office in Cambridge, MA, we are seeking candidates for an Application Scientist (Physics) position within the marketing and sales team. It is a great opportunity to transition directly from your academic path into a role in a dynamic company environment.
Demonstrating Zurich Instruments solutions to customers’ measurement challenges
Establishing new and maintaining existing customer contacts, securing future sales
Visiting customers in the USA and around the world, engaging with opinion leaders
Providing customer support in a wide range of application fields
Producing marketing material including blogs, application notes, technical documentation and videos
PhD in Physics, Electrical Engineering, or another technical field
Solid technical background related to Zurich Instruments’ test & measurement equipment; understanding of laboratory instrumentation
Detailed knowledge of some of our key application fields including photonics, nanotechnology, microscopy or sensors, a background in quantum computing applications is considered as a plus
Programming skills in one or more of LabVIEW, MATLAB, C and Python
Experience in sales and/or an interest to develop in this area
Moreover, we are looking for a result oriented, self-driven person who naturally can demonstrate excellent organizational and time-management skills. Building on your technical qualifications and experience, you are looking to work in a high-tech environment where every day brings new challenges. You are motivated to make a significant contribution to the success of this significant subsidiary of a fast-growing company.
Now is a great time to be joining Zurich Instruments and taking the opportunity to play a key role in the success of our new Cambridge office. We are looking forward to receiving your resume and motivation letter.
Applicants need to be legally authorized to work in the USA.
About Zurich Instruments
Zurich Instruments is a test and measurement company based in Zurich, Switzerland, with subsidiaries in Shanghai and Boston. We develop and sell high-end instrumentation, and we take pride in supporting our international customers directly.
Our cutting-edge instruments are made for scientists and technologists who are passionate about phenomena that are notoriously difficult to measure. Our products include lock-in amplifiers, arbitrary waveform generators, impedance analyzers, quantum computing control systems, phase-locked loops, digitizers and boxcar averagers.
We are a team of creative and inspiring people who love technology and work together with an optimistic and innovation-driven spirit. Our pursuit of excellence has led us to grow at a steady double-digit rate as an independent and founder-led company. To achieve our goals, we always seek ingenious minds who enjoy tackling challenges in a cooperative fashion.
For more information please visit our Website: https://www.zhinst.com
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