We are looking for a CNC Manufacturing Engineer to join our team at the Department of Physics (just off Madingley Road).
You will be a member of the Cavendish Technical Services, delivering highly specialised technical support to research groups and external customers in the design, development, manufacture, maintenance and installation of scientific instruments and research laboratory equipment and varied commercial projects.
If you are fully engaged and adaptable, a team player and problem solver with excellent communication skills, we would love to hear from you!
Provide highly specialist advice to researchers and students in the design of experiments, and the design of particular equipment, including on choice of materials and methods of manufacture
Manufacture and prepare prototypes and specimens, using very specialised skills, on verbal instructions or sketches from researchers
Provide numerical control machining and programming technical experience.
Establish technical requirements for manufacturing and producibility.
Design, construct and modify very sophisticated laboratory research equipment using highly specialised engineering skills and techniques.
Design and develop unique pieces of research equipment using Fusion CAD and CAM software package
Provide engineering drawings using CAD for third parties contracted to manufacture specimens or prototypes.
5 axis prior experience, preferably Mazak
Millturn prior experience, preferably Mazak
Strong Cad/cam background, Preferably Autodesk based Fusion & Power mill
Some flexibility with working hours including occasional call out to help unmanned machine running breakdowns.
The Department of Physics has over 1000 staff, students, visitors and collaborators organised into 15 research groups and a number of support services.
This role is within the Cavendish Technical Services Team of 11 staff, which provides Mechanical Engineering support to the experimental research groups, designing and manufacturing bespoke components and whole pieces of apparatus to allow Physics research to be conducted.
We engage the talent, pride and passion of people to be the leading centre of Research for today and tomorrow. Cavendish Technical services are continually investing in its Staff and Equipment with Some of the Latest CNC Equipment on the market. Our Teams core values are safety, quality and continuous improvement. This culture engages our employees because their thoughts, ideas, and talents are valued.
Once an offer of employment has been accepted, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a health assessment.
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Informal enquiries are welcome and should be sent to [email protected]
Please quote reference KA40363 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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Department of PhysicsSalary
1 February 2024Closing date
28 February 2024
University of Cambridge
February 03, 2024
February 28, 2024