About the ELMI

ELMI was created in 2001 to establish a unique communication network between European scientists working in the field of light microscopy and the manufacturers of their equipment.

Field Application Specialist, Oxford Nanoimaging, Oxford, UK

About Us

ONI crafts beautiful microscopes capable of detecting individual fluorescent molecules. This
exquisite sensitivity is used to create images and videos of suitably labelled, living biological
matter with one order of magnitude higher resolution than what is achievable by conventional,
diffraction-limited imaging. The company spun out from the laboratory of Professor Achilles
Kapanidis at Oxford Physics, a world-leading expert on single-molecule microscopy. ONI has
since attracted a significant amount of funding that enables us to pursue the most ambitious
projects. Our team is a blend of life science and microscopy experts, software engineers, data
scientists, and sales. We are looking to expand our team with ambitious and talented individuals.
Career progression is limited only by your own motivation and capabilities and we actively
encourage our team to become involved in many aspects of this young business to gain a fully
rounded set of skills.

Job Description

The Field Applications Specialist will be supporting sales and wider commercial activities from a
scientific, technical perspective. On-site demonstrations will form a large part of the job,
performing cutting-edge experiments with world-leading researchers, professors and facility
managers. The candidate will establish strong working relationships with customers and potential
customers, through excellent communication on technical subjects. Subsequent data analysis,
presentations and written communication for marketing purposes will be required. Global travel
will be a key feature, operating our highly sophisticated instrument in research labs internationally.
One-to-one training will be provided by an experienced Applications Specialist.

For additional information please check the job offer.