JOBS and DEGREES
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ATA Scientific, Scientific Instruments – Sales Engineer position
Exciting range of high-tech scientific instrumentation
Active involvement with prestigious research organisations.
Applications include nanotechnology and electron microscopy.
We are looking for a sales engineer to promote these advanced technology instruments. This is a multi-skilled role combining sales, application support and conducting seminars and training courses.
Degree in scientific disciplines such as chemistry, physics or life sciences.
Several years of practical experience in laboratory and analytical procedures.
Experience in the use of scientific/analytical instruments.
A careful listener able to understand customers applications and requirements.
An excellent command of written and spoken English.
Good presentation skills with the ability to conduct seminars and training courses.
Computer skills in both office and technical software systems.
Valid motor car license.
Ability to travel occasionally interstate and overseas.
Citizen of Australia with current Australian passport or Permanent resident with a visa with minimum of 3 years of unlimited return into Australia.
Our office, laboratory and workshop are located in Caringbah, Sutherland Shire, Sydney. You must reside within a reasonable commuting distance, preferably less than 45 minutes.
A package to attract the right person, including salary, company car, superannuation, and expenses. There will be the statutory probationary period.
Interviews will be conducted mid-July 2023. Commencing time is flexible, preferably within a couple of months.
PhD Scholarship- ARC Training Centre for Cell and Tissue Engineering Technologies
Several industry-focussed PhD projects are available within the centre. Topics include novel antimicrobial coatings, hydrogels for muscle repair, and materials development for manufacturing of therapeutic cells and cell derived manufacturing. For further details see: https://ctet.org.au/
PhD Scholarships, Materials Science & Engineering, Monash University
Projects are available in the following areas:
4 scholarship rounds per year
International: Round 1 closes March 31st, Round 2 closes August 31st.
Domestic: Round 1 closes May 31st, Round 2 closes October 31st.
For more details see: