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Process Engineer (back end)

Process Engineer (front end)

Optical Test Engineer

Equipment Technician

Materials Research Engineer

Associate Formulation Engineer

Process Development Manager

Marketing Executive

 

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Process Engineer (back end)

Reports to:  Senior manager technology

Employment type: Permanent

Location: Cambridge (UK)

FlexEnable overview

FlexEnable is the only company to offer organic thin-film transistor (OTFT) materials and a complete set of low-temperature manufacturing process for flexible displays and Liquid Crystal Optics films, for manufacture in existing flat panel display production lines. Applications for FlexEnable’s technology include flexible Organic LCD displays (OLCD) for consumer electronics and automotive, and flexible biaxially formable active Liquid Crystal Cell (LC Optics) that actively modulate, bend and focus light for applications including AR/VR Optics and smart glasses, automotive smart windows and switchable privacy displays. Our FlexiOM™ OTFT materials are the world’s highest performance across all key parameters and are already shipping to production partners. FlexEnable supplies OTFT materials, technology transfers, and licenses to its processes to display manufacturers allowing them to upgrade and diversify with truly flexible electronics and tap into exciting new markets.

The role 

Main duties will include developing and maintaining fabrication processes for plastic electronics into reliable and consistent processes. The successful candidate will be able to develop and independently carry out Liquid Crystal cell assembly and back-end processes.  Initiate failure analysis investigations when needed.  The candidate will contribute to technology transfer projects.  This is a hands-on, practical role, working alongside inquisitive, innovative and exceptional engineers. The incumbent will be able to make a strong and high energy contribution to the company, operating as a key member of the process team, proactively contributing to Quality Control and driving excellence in Health & Safety.  

Qualifications

  • The position will require a BSc or higher in a relevant area complimented by experience working within electronic assembly processes in small scale pilot production line or production facility.

Experience that will be utilised in the role

  • Relevant technical process knowledge to allow the future development of key FlexEnable processes.
  • Demonstrate a good understanding and working knowledge of polymer materials and metal films.

Additional accountabilities

  • Contribute to development and maintenance of liquid crystal assembly processes.
  • Responsible for laser cutting processes.
  • Perform basic reliability testing on engineering samples.
  • Become involved in and lead continuous improvement teams, providing process and failure analysis knowledge and understanding to help resolve yield failures.
  • Ensure proper operation of the equipment in collaboration with equipment engineers.
  • Plan and implement relevant experiments to help optimise deposition processes.
  • Contribute to H&S team.
  • Documenting of processes and training of operators.

Key personal qualities / skills

  • Flexible approach to work in a dynamic and changing environment.
  • High attention to detail when recording and reporting results/experiments.
  • Strong problem-solving skills, the ability to approach tasks in a structured manner and the tenacity to resolve on-going process issues.
  • Ability to work independently, manage and plan/prioritise workload and effectively manage time.
  • Excellent interpersonal skill, including ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
  • Team player.
  • Occasional support to evening shift.
  • Willing to spent time abroad to transfer processes.
  • High level of competency with MS Office and fluent in English (written and verbal).
  • Knowledge of health and safety awareness.

Applicants should apply via careers@flexenable.com providing their CV, a covering letter explaining how they believe they are suitable for the role and confirmation of their current salary and benefits.  

No agencies please. 

 

 

Process Engineer (front end)

Reports to:  Senior manager technology

Employment type: Permanent

Location: Cambridge (UK)

FlexEnable overview

FlexEnable is the only company to offer organic thin-film transistor (OTFT) materials and a complete set of low-temperature manufacturing process for flexible displays and Liquid Crystal Optics films, for manufacture in existing flat panel display production lines. Applications for FlexEnable’s technology include flexible Organic LCD displays (OLCD) for consumer electronics and automotive, and flexible biaxially formable active Liquid Crystal Cell (LC Optics) that actively modulate, bend and focus light for applications including AR/VR Optics and smart glasses, automotive smart windows and switchable privacy displays. Our FlexiOM™ OTFT materials are the world’s highest performance across all key parameters and are already shipping to production partners. FlexEnable supplies OTFT materials, technology transfers, and licenses to its processes to display manufacturers allowing them to upgrade and diversify with truly flexible electronics and tap into exciting new markets.

The role 

Main duties will include developing and maintaining fabrication processes for plastic electronics into reliable and consistent processes in a cleanroom environment.  The successful candidate will be able to develop and independently carry out projects to optimise current deposition and patterning processes.   Initiate and lead the introduction of new formulations and investigate new processing methods, structures and practices as and when required.  The candidate will contribute to technology transfer projects.  This is a hands-on, practical role, working alongside inquisitive, innovative and exceptional engineers. The incumbent will be able to make a strong and high energy contribution to the company, operating as a key member of the process team, proactively contributing to Quality Control and driving excellence in Health & Safety. 

Qualifications

  • The position will require a BSc or higher in a relevant area complemented by experience working within FPD industry or with Semiconductor processes on small scale pilot production line or production facility.

Experience that will be utilised in the role

  • Recognised practical photolithography skills with specific tool experience on large area automated spin coating, projection exposure, spray cleaning and spray etching processes.
  • Demonstrable practical deposition skills with specific tool experience on sputter deposition, vacuum deposition and solution coating methods.
  • Provision of relevant technical process knowledge to allow the future development of key FlexEnable processes.
  • Demonstrate a good understanding and working knowledge of polymer materials and metal films

Additional accountabilities

  • Become involved in and lead continuous improvement teams, providing process knowledge and understanding to help resolve yield failures.
  • Ensure proper operation of the equipment in collaboration with equipment engineers.
  • Plan and implement relevant experiments to help optimise deposition processes.
  • Contribute to H&S team.
  • Documenting of processes and training of operators.
  • Willing to spent time abroad to transfer processes.
  • Occasional support to evening shift as required.

Key personal qualities / skills

  • Flexible approach to work in a dynamic and changing environment.
  • High attention to detail when recording and reporting results/experiments.
  • Strong problem-solving skills, the ability to approach tasks in a structured manner and the tenacity to resolve on-going process issues.
  • Ability to work independently, manage and plan/prioritise workload and effectively manage time.
  • Excellent interpersonal skill, including ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
  • Team player.
  • High level of competency with MS Office and fluent in English (written and verbal).
  • Knowledge of health and safety awareness.

Applicants should apply via careers@flexenable.com providing their CV, a covering letter explaining how they believe they are suitable for the role and confirmation of their current salary and benefits.  

No agencies please. 

 

 

Optical Test Engineer

Employment type: Permanent

Reports to: Module Test Manager 

LocationCambridge (UK)

FlexEnable Overview

FlexEnable is the only company to offer organic thin-film transistor (OTFT) materials and a complete set of low-temperature manufacturing process for flexible displays and Liquid Crystal Optics films, for manufacture in existing flat panel display production lines. Applications for FlexEnable’s technology include flexible Organic LCD displays (OLCD) for consumer electronics and automotive, and flexible biaxially formable active Liquid Crystal Cell (LC Optics) that actively modulate, bend and focus light for applications including AR/VR Optics and smart glasses, automotive smart windows and switchable privacy displays. Our FlexiOM™ OTFT materials are the world’s highest performance across all key parameters and are already shipping to production partners. FlexEnable supplies OTFT materials, technology transfers, and licenses to its processes to display manufacturers allowing them to upgrade and diversify with truly flexible electronics and tap into exciting new markets.

The role

The main purpose of the role is to work as part of a small team providing support for optical and reliability testing, implementation of new tests, data analysis and reporting of module and system units.  This is a hands-on, practical role, working alongside inquisitive, innovative and exceptional engineers and reporting into a optical test manager. The incumbent will be able to make a strong and high energy contribution to the company, operating as a key member of the test team, proactively contributing to Quality Control and driving excellence in Health & Safety. 

Responsibilities of the role

  • Support the optical test manager in the provision of a high-quality optical test infrastructure
  • Work with the team to identify ways to improve existing capabilities and add new ones
  • Liaise with electrical and TFT test function when necessary
  • Work as part of the team that will perform tests and complete data analysis on sample units at both system and module levels
  • Work as part of the team that will drive triage of optical liquid crystal cells, including establishing standard test procedures and reporting methods 
  • Be an active member of the team that will contribute to failure analysis of optical liquid crystal cells and liaise with design and process team on critical improvements.  

Qualifications

  • Science / Engineering-based discipline qualification an advantage

Experience that will be utilised in the role

  • A broad engineering background, likely to encompass some or all of the following: liquid crystal cell characterisation, optics, electro/optical characterisation, flat panel display technologies
  • Significant experience of test methodologies and test data analysis
  • High level of competency with MS Office and fluent in English (written and verbal).
  • Knowledge of health and safety awareness

Key personal qualities

  • Flexible approach to work in a dynamic and changing environment 
  • Strong problem-solving skills, the ability and initiative to approach tasks in a structured manner and the tenacity to resolve on-going technical issues
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including ability to communicate effectively at all levels
  • Structured, organised and detail oriented in approach
  • Team player with ability to work as part of organisation wide project / functional teams as well as independently.

Applicants should apply via careers@flexenable.com providing their CV, a covering letter explaining how they believe they are suitable for the role and confirmation of their current salary and benefits.  

No agencies please.

 

 

Equipment Technician

Reports to:  Equipment and facilities manager

Employment type: Permanent

Location: Cambridge (UK)

FlexEnable overview

FlexEnable is the only company to offer organic thin-film transistor (OTFT) materials and a complete set of low-temperature manufacturing process for flexible displays and Liquid Crystal Optics films, for manufacture in existing flat panel display production lines. Applications for FlexEnable’s technology include flexible Organic LCD displays (OLCD) for consumer electronics and automotive, and flexible biaxially formable active Liquid Crystal Cell (LC Optics) that actively modulate, bend and focus light for applications including AR/VR Optics and smart glasses, automotive smart windows and switchable privacy displays. Our FlexiOM™ OTFT materials are the world’s highest performance across all key parameters and are already shipping to production partners. FlexEnable supplies OTFT materials, technology transfers, and licenses to its processes to display manufacturers allowing them to upgrade and diversify with truly flexible electronics and tap into exciting new markets.

The role

The main purpose of the role is to work as a member of the Equipment & Facilities Engineering team taking a lead role in ensuring that our low volume production and lab equipment operate reliably and safely.  In addition, provide a support role in the management of the site facility infrastructure at Flexenable`s Cambridge based manufacturing and research facility.  This is a hands-on, practical role, working alongside inquisitive, innovative and exceptional engineers and technicians. The incumbent will be able to make a strong and high energy contribution to the company, operating as a key member of the engineering team, proactively contributing to Quality Control and driving excellence in Health & Safety. 

Responsibilities of the role

  • Be the primary contact for cleanroom and lab equipment
  • Provide a timely and efficient response to all equipment breakdowns
  • Schedule and execute preventative equipment maintenance to minimise unplanned down time.
  • Liaise with and manage external contractors to ensure breakdown repairs and planned preventative maintenance activities are completed promptly and efficiently
  • Gain a good engineering understanding and working knowledge of the equipment and processes for which you are responsible
  • Identify and maintain appropriate stock levels of critical equipment spares, re-ordering materials and spares when required
  • Assist on occasion with general site and building facilities maintenance and repair
  • Demonstrate a proactive approach to health and safety
  • Apply your knowledge and experience to assist with the continuous improvement of equipment, processes and procedures under your control

Qualifications

  • Recognised electrical and/or mechanical qualification e.g. City and Guilds/HNC/D
  • Forklift truck licence (desirable although training would be provided)

Experience that will be utilised in the role

  • Sound working knowledge of electrical and mechanical systems
  • Systematic approach to diagnosing equipment faults
  • Experience of working in a clean room environment (desirable)
  • High level of competency with MS Office and fluent in English (written and verbal)
  • Knowledge of health and safety awareness 

Key personal qualities

  • Flexible approach to work in a dynamic and changing environment
  • Strong problem-solving skills, the ability and initiative to approach tasks in a structured manner and the tenacity to resolve on-going technical issues
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including ability to communicate effectively at all levels
  • Structured, organised and detail oriented in approach
  • Team player with ability to work as part of organisation wide teams as well as independently.

Applicants should apply via careers@flexenable.com providing their CV, a covering letter explaining how they believe they are suitable for the role and confirmation of their current salary and benefits.  

No agencies please.

 

 

Materials Research Engineer

Employment type: Permanent

LocationCambridge (UK) with a degree of international travel

FlexEnable overview

FlexEnable is the only company to offer organic thin-film transistor (OTFT) materials and a complete set of low-temperature manufacturing process for flexible displays and Liquid Crystal Optics films, for manufacture in existing flat panel display production lines. Applications for FlexEnable’s technology include flexible Organic LCD displays (OLCD) for consumer electronics and automotive, and flexible biaxially formable active Liquid Crystal Cell (LC Optics) that actively modulate, bend and focus light for applications including AR/VR Optics and smart glasses, automotive smart windows and switchable privacy displays. Our FlexiOM™ OTFT materials are the world’s highest performance across all key parameters and are already shipping to production partners. FlexEnable supplies OTFT materials, technology transfers, and licenses to its processes to display manufacturers allowing them to upgrade and diversify with truly flexible electronics and tap into exciting new markets.

The role

The Materials Research Engineer is a key member of the Research team, responsible for the development of new formulations and materials innovations in the growing arena of Plastic Electronics. The group is primarily focused on FlexiOM and the role will be responsible for a wide range of new polymers and material assessment activities. Reporting directly into the Research Group Manager, this is a hands-on, practical engineering role, working with other inquisitive, innovative and exceptional engineers. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate the potential to make a strong and high energy contribution to the company, proactive in Quality Control and driving excellence in Health & Safety.

The role will contribute not only to the Research Group but also work closely with other teams in the organisation and, therefore, will be exposed to a wide variety of exciting projects. The role may require travel within the UK and abroad to meet with business partners, suppliers and customers.

Responsibilities of the role

  • Develop new formulations. Activities to include:
  • Apply scientific principles and technological advances in designing optimised and repeatable formulations/processes
  • Review projects and create new ideas and strategies
  • Provide input in selection of equipment and process
  • Conduct manufacturing process development, manufacture of laboratory stability batches, exhibit batches and technology transfer to ensure processes and related operating procedures are successfully developed and seamlessly transferred in to commercial production
  • Engage in formulation analysis and conduct product characterisation studies and analytical testing
  • Compile results from all development studies in scientific reports
  • Deliver Customer Service (both internal and external) through delivering project timelines in accordance with quality standards and cost control
  • Supply formulations in accordance with project timelines ensuring all activities are carried out in accordance with regulatory and customer requirements

  • Research activities on individual and team basis.
  • Testing and data management, including recording, analysis and reporting.
  • Independent, practical, laboratory-based experimentation.
  • Work as part of a cross-functional team of physicists, material engineers, electrical engineers to optimise materials and process.
  • Relationship management of external suppliers of materials and quality control samples.
  • Work with thin film deposition and characterisation techniques.
  • Implement and enhance science in development and by participating in scientific publications and presentations
  • Demonstrate a good understanding of TFT operation and specific knowledge of organic semiconductors.
  • Support the maintenance of a safe and compliant work place and demonstrate adherence to Health and Safety at all times.

Key personal qualities

  • Flexible approach to work in a dynamic and changing environment.
  • High attention to details when carrying out and reporting on experiments.
  • Strong problem-solving skills, the ability to approach tasks in a structured manner and the tenacity to resolve on-going technical issues.
  • Ability to work independently, manage and plan/prioritise workload and effectively manage time.
  • Excellent interpersonal skill, including ability to communicate effectively at all levels and in different ways.
  • Comfortable working in an informal atmosphere.
  • Team player.

Qualifications and experience

  • BSc or higher in Materials Science / Chemistry or equivalent practical experience.
  • Strong hands-on expertise in analytical chemistry and materials formulation
  • In-depth understanding of chemical stability and characterisation techniques
  • Knowledge of designed experimentation and statistical data analysis are a plus
  • Proven experience of working in a multidisciplinary team

Applicants should apply via careers@flexenable.com providing their CV, a covering letter explaining how they believe they are suitable for the role and confirmation of their current salary and benefits.  

No agencies please.

 

Associate Formulation Engineer

Employment type: Permanent

Location: Cambridge (UK) with a degree of international travel

FlexEnable overview

FlexEnable is the only company to offer organic thin-film transistor (OTFT) materials and a complete set of low-temperature manufacturing process for flexible displays and Liquid Crystal Optics films, for manufacture in existing flat panel display production lines. Applications for FlexEnable’s technology include flexible Organic LCD displays (OLCD) for consumer electronics and automotive, and flexible biaxially formable active Liquid Crystal Cell (LC Optics) that actively modulate, bend and focus light for applications including AR/VR Optics and smart glasses, automotive smart windows and switchable privacy displays. Our FlexiOM™ OTFT materials are the world’s highest performance across all key parameters and are already shipping to production partners. FlexEnable supplies OTFT materials, technology transfers, and licenses to its processes to display manufacturers allowing them to upgrade and diversify with truly flexible electronics and tap into exciting new markets.

The role

The Associate Formulation Engineer is a key member of the Research team, responsible for device and materials innovations in the growing arena of Plastic Electronics. The group is primarily focused on advanced materials development and the role will be responsible for a wide range of material assessment activities and device application. Reporting directly into the Research Group Manager, this is a hands-on, practical engineering role, working with other inquisitive, innovative and exceptional engineers. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate the potential to make a strong and high energy contribution to the company, proactive in Quality Control and driving excellence in Health & Safety.

The role will provide a predominantly supporting function to the rest of the Research Group and therefore be exposed to a wide variety of exciting projects. Working primarily in the laboratory the role will involve formulation as well as experimentation. The role may require travel within the UK and abroad to meet with business partners, suppliers and customers.

Responsibilities of the role

  • Primary responsibility for rapid, high quality FlexiOM products fabrication (overall responsibility is shared among the team). This will include:
  • Formulating OTFT materials compounds into FlexiOM products
  • Validating sourced materials
  • Troubleshooting formulation related issues to ensure continuous availability and suitability of products, escalating issues promptly within the team
  • Assessing formulation quality and stability of produced formulations
  • Creation of customer-specific formulations
  • Assessing physical parameters (Process compatibility, performance, stability) to determine lead formulations
  • Writing development protocols and short development reports, SOPs and protocols
  • Involvement with scale-up of potential formulations to manufacturing sites including the opportunity to support manufacture
  • Testing and data management including recording, analysis and reporting on an individual and team basis
  • Independent, practical, laboratory-based experimentation.
  • Responsibility for providing experimental results in concise verbal and written updates.
  • Work as part of a cross-functional team of physicists, material engineers, electrical engineers to optimise materials and process.
  • Work with thin film deposition and characterisation techniques.
  • Promote continuous improvement in technical knowledge, company processes, and laboratory equipment capabilities
  • Demonstrate adherence to Health and Safety at all times.

Key personal qualities

  • Flexible approach to work in a dynamic and changing environment.
  • High attention to detail when carrying out and reporting on experiments.
  • Strong problem-solving skills, the ability to approach tasks in a structured manner and the tenacity to resolve on-going technical issues.
  • Ability to work independently, manage and plan/prioritise workload and effectively manage time.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including ability to communicate effectively at all levels and in different ways.
  • Comfortable working in an informal atmosphere.
  • Team player. 

Qualifications and experience

  • BSc or higher in Materials Science / Chemistry or equivalent practical experience.
  • Proven experience with the development and documentation of quality control tests and specifications
  • Experience of materials / chemical formulation in a laboratory or industrial environment
  • Proven experience of working in a multidisciplinary team

Applicants should apply via careers@flexenable.com providing their CV, a covering letter explaining how they believe they are suitable for the role and confirmation of their current salary and benefits.  

No agencies please.

 

 

Process Development Manager

Employment type: Permanent

LocationCambridge (UK) 

FlexEnable overview

FlexEnable is the only company to offer organic thin-film transistor (OTFT) materials and a complete set of low-temperature manufacturing process for flexible displays and Liquid Crystal Optics films, for manufacture in existing flat panel display production lines. Applications for FlexEnable’s technology include flexible Organic LCD displays (OLCD) for consumer electronics and automotive, and flexible biaxially formable active Liquid Crystal Cell (LC Optics) that actively modulate, bend and focus light for applications including AR/VR Optics and smart glasses, automotive smart windows and switchable privacy displays. Our FlexiOM™ OTFT materials are the world’s highest performance across all key parameters and are already shipping to production partners. FlexEnable supplies OTFT materials, technology transfers, and licenses its processes to display manufacturers allowing them to upgrade and diversify with truly flexible electronics and tap into exciting new markets.

The role

FlexEnable is a world leader in flexible electronics whose technology enables a wide range of applications in display, AR/VR optics, and other plastic liquid crystal systems.  The process development group is responsible for developing and optimising the fabrication process for these components utilizing the company’s world-class portfolio of organic electronics materials in it prototyping facility in Cambridge. 

The main purpose of the role is to provide leadership for the process development team onsite in Cambridge and enable smooth transition of optimised process to Asian manufacturing partners. This is a hands-on, practical role, managing inquisitive, innovative and exceptional engineers and working alongside other technical managers. The individual will be able to make a strong and high energy contribution to the company, operating as a key member of the technical management team, proactively contributing to Quality Control and driving excellence in Health & Safety.  

Responsibilities of the role

  • Leadership of the process development team as a whole including recruitment, development, training matrix, performance management and reward recommendations.  Manage own / team time and assigned resources to meet project time-scales.
  • Be a lead technical contributor on tech transfer engagements for process development.  Manage ongoing activities in Cambridge to make our processes more transferrable and overcome obstacles seen at our manufacturing partners. Work in partnership with the materials development and technology transfer teams.
  • Own the fabrication processes for the flexible electronic components made in Cambridge.  Take the lead on introducing improvements when necessary and advise on the appropriate control measures.
  • Contribute to the technical vision of the company by advising on the direction of active customer engagements, new customer enquiries, and identifying new areas of application for the technology.  
  • Active member of the company’s IP committee and advising on ways to increase the overall value of FlexEnable Intellectual Property.  Encouraging the team to document and submit innovative ideas for review and support patenting process if needed.

Qualifications

  • Science-based discipline qualification an advantage.

Experience that will be utilised in the role

  • A broad engineering background with experience in electronics or display fabrication desirable.
  • Experience in managing complex technical projects with large multinational customers / partners.
  • Experience in leading a team with a keen focus on personal and professional development.
  • High level of competency with MS Office and fluent in English (written and verbal).

Key personal qualities

  • Strong problem-solving skills, the ability to approach tasks in a structured manner and the tenacity to resolve on-going technical issues.
  • Flexible approach to work in a dynamic and changing environment.
  • Team player with ability to work as part of organisation wide project / functional teams.
  • An extraordinary communicator to all levels of the organisation with a knack for encouraging positive relationships.
  • Naturally accountable, responsible and self-motivated.
  • Strong technical proficiency.

Applicants should apply via careers@flexenable.com providing their CV, a covering letter explaining how they believe they are suitable for the role and confirmation of their current salary and benefits.  

No agencies please.

 

 

Marketing Executive

Employment type: Permanent

LocationCambridge (UK) 

FlexEnable overview

FlexEnable is the only company to offer organic thin-film transistor (OTFT) materials and a complete set of low-temperature manufacturing process for flexible displays and Liquid Crystal Optics films, for manufacture in existing flat panel display production lines. Applications for FlexEnable’s technology include flexible Organic LCD displays (OLCD) for consumer electronics and automotive, and flexible biaxially formable active Liquid Crystal Cell (LC Optics) that actively modulate, bend and focus light for applications including AR/VR Optics and smart glasses, automotive smart windows and switchable privacy displays. Our FlexiOM™ OTFT materials are the world’s highest performance across all key parameters and are already shipping to production partners. FlexEnable supplies OTFT materials, technology transfers, and licenses its processes to display manufacturers allowing them to upgrade and diversify with truly flexible electronics and tap into exciting new markets.

The role

FlexEnable is looking for a proactive and experienced Marketing Executive who will assist with marketing activities on a daily basis and will be the first point of contact for potential new customers and partners who enquire about the business. The role will suit someone who has a passion for technology, flair for marketing and analytical mind. The Marketing Executive will collaborate closely with technical and commercial teams and ensure the company’s technology is showcased effectively to current and prospective partners and customers.

Reporting to the Marketing Communications Manager, this is an excellent opportunity to be exposed to many facets of B2B marketing and business development for a game-changing deep technology as it now transitions to mass production ramp, from market research to lead generation and triage. The ideal candidate would have already gained some experience in a technology-based marketing role.

Responsibilities of the role

  • 1st line response to incoming emails relating to new prospective customer or partner opportunities and general enquiries.
  • Ownership of the demo area and demonstrators to showcase the technology onsite and offsite to maximise impact – this will require understanding and handling of the hardware for which training will be provided.
  • Monitoring and reporting market and industry news from consumer electronics brands and manufacturers to aid internal decision making.
  • Writing and proofreading marketing copy for both online and offline campaigns (e.g. blogs, articles and trade show collateral).
  • Managing the company’s social media presence across LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook and developing engaging content.
  • Researching conferences and exhibitions suitable for the organisation.
  • Tracking and interpreting key metrics of display makers industry including display panel pricing and overall industry status.
  • Supporting members of the team in developing high quality materials for internal and external meetings in relation to cost modelling, market forecasting and other analysis as needed.
  • Market research and positioning for new and unexplored markets, collating market projections, competitive landscaping to inform key strategic decision-making.

Key personal qualities

  • Flexible approach to work in a dynamic and changing environment.
  • Creative team player with an eye for good presentation and aesthetics.
  • Ability to work independently, plan and prioritise workload and effectively manage time.
  • Excellent interpersonal skill, including ability to communicate effectively at all levels and in different ways.
  • Comfortable working in an informal atmosphere.

Qualifications & experience

  • Some direct experience within technology-based marketing, preferably in a B2B environment.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • A good understanding of social media, SEO and Google Analytics.
  • Experience in copywriting and content creation.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint.
  • Quality focused with excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability to coordinate plans and schedules.
  • Ability to research, analyse and evaluate data on companies and associated numerical data.
  • Experience with market reporting and drawing insights.
  • An interest in obtaining a recognised professional qualification or already holding one will be an advantage.

Applicants should apply via careers@flexenable.com providing their CV, a covering letter explaining how they believe they are suitable for the role and confirmation of their current salary and benefits.  

No agencies please.