- Establish new contacts with customers and maintain existing ones to secure future sales.
- Represent Zurich Instruments at major trade shows and visit customers worldwide.
- Analyze market requirements and contribute to the development of impedance analysis products; strengthen Zurich Instruments’ technology leadership.
- Refine product key features, tune marketing messages, and talk to opinion leaders.
- Stand as an integral part of the internal team for all impedance-related matters.
- Produce material such as website content, blog posts, and application notes.
Application Scientist Impedance Analysis
Zurich Instruments has a vacancy for an Application Scientist Impedance Analysis
- Closing date: 21 Aug 2021
- Switzerland | Zurich Instruments
- Date posted: 21 Jul 2021
- Job type: Industry & business
- Disciplines: Electronics & semiconductors | Engineering & instrumentation
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