At Zero Point Motion we are redefining inertial sensors to enable high precision
positioning and navigation. Our mission is to provide exquisitely low-noise readout of acceleration
and rotation using cavity opto-mechanics in a hybrid MEMS/photonic chip.
We’re a start-up commercialising technology invented by the CEO, Dr Lia Li, and with a founding team including semiconductor veterans, we operate a VC-funded, fabless business.
We're seeking enthusiastic engineers to join our team and shape our technology
design, strategy, and workflow. Together we will bring aerospace/defence levels of sensor
performance to commercial mass markets to transform indoor, autonomous and GNSS-denied
navigation. Can you help us disrupt the inertial sensing market?
We are looking for MEMS engineers with experience in either inertial sensors, microphones, oscillators or pressure sensors. You will draw upon your previous experience to support development of our MEMS/photonic integrated circuit optical inertial sensors. Our collaborative culture of knowledge exchange means no prior experience in photonics is required, just your enthusiasm to learn. You will be working directly with the company CEO/inventor, and will be responsible for designing and testing new inertial sensors for high volume commercial applications. Your background in application specific MEMS will influence key design decisions to meet our target performance requirements, whilst rapidly learning how to adapt these designs for foundry fabrication and packaging. You will be a vital part of the core technical team working with an experienced group of electronic engineers, physicists, chip designers and hardware engineers in a fast-paced environment that requires self-motivation and a willingness to embrace new ideas. We want dynamic people that understand the scale and nature of our goal, who can challenge our assumptions. This is an exciting opportunity for a MEMS engineer to join a small start-up with big ambitions who will value your personal initiative.
Bristol University Quantum Technology Innovation Center
1 Cathedral Square