Join a small team of engineers, scientists and makers creating the next generation of tools for medical imaging! We’re looking for a motivated individual with a background in chemistry or optics research. If you’re a team player and want to join our small but growing company, read on.
Provide analytical chemistry research support to process improvement and new product development
Enhance methods to perform material optical characterizations
Develop experimental plans to investigate new manufacturing methodologies
Characterization of inorganic compounds and materials
Collaborate with optical design engineers
Follow and continuously improve quality management practices
Operate test equipment (Spectrometer, multimeter, photodiodes, cameras, etc.)
Potential for management track
3+ years experience performing optical characterization
2+ years working with in vivo models
2+ years experience with photoluminescence spectroscopy
Experience operating a laboratory environment
Demonstrated analysis of optical imaging technologies (photography, fluorescence, lifetime, etc.)
Exposure to quality management systems or ISO manufacturing environments.
Experience with photocurable materials
Ability to work safely with tools commonly found in a maker-space
MS/PhD or 3+ years industry experience
Full-time, benefits eligible
White River Junction, Vermont
About QUEL Imaging
QUEL (Pronunciation: /kɛl/) Imaging, LLC was established in 2019 by a student-faculty team from the Center for Imaging Medicine, part of the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth. We provide world-leading expertise in biomedical optics. Our unique knowledge-base and portfolio of innovative tools enable optical diagnosis and treatment. We aim to partner with both device manufacturers and medical professionals to develop quantifiable imaging platforms.
QUEL Imaging strives to foster a welcoming work environment where diverse backgrounds enhance innovation. We promote efforts to be inclusive and hope to provide opportunities for interested and motivated individuals to explore career options in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) through internships and career development. We encourage QUEL employees to share what they geek-out about while showing compassion for others.
Send an email to jobs [at] QUELImaging.com with “Research Scientist” in the subject line or find us on LinkedIn. Include your resume and a short description of yourself and favorite hobby!