Gradcracker is currently advertising some great jobs for physicists with AWE. Vacancies include:
- computational physicist
- material modelling physicist
- pulsed power physicist
- radiation effects physicist
Leonardo, YouView, Brett Martin, KBR and National Instruments are all recruiting through Gradcracker too.
Not all organisations ask for a minimum 2.1 and some don’t specify but they will be looking for strong motivation, interest and a tailored application.
If you are on track for a 2.2, look at Brett Martin, KBR, National Instruments, for example. Start researching small and medium sized organisations too.
Jobs for physicists on Gradcracker
Standard Life Investments (SLI) are keen to highlight to physicists a vacancy they have for a Multi Asset Risk Analyst to provide mathematical and programming expertise with problem solving ability to support the management of portfolios, enhance existing tools/technology/infrastructure and assist in new research initiatives.
They have said that the position is likely to be a good fit for an individual with a recent postgraduate qualification and programming experience but will consider applications from a broader range. Experience with higher level languages such as MATLAB, Octave, R or a similar package is desirable.Programming experience in one lower level language such as VB, C/C++/C#, Java, .Net would be beneficial.
Have you developed a lot of programming experience through your degree and/or in additional activities or projects? More details of the vacancy on My CareerHub
Edinburgh Graduate Recruitment Fair #EGRF16 is on next week with over 60 exhibitors. It’s a good opportunity to explore opportunities.Find out more here. However:
- If your palms get sweaty at the thought of talking to employers
- If you have limited time
- If you simply don’t know how to make the Fair work for you
watch our ‘Prepare for the Fair’ video here to get the most out of the event.