Graduate vacancy: Test Analyst, Nprime

About Nprime
Nprime offer instrumentation and data acquisition services to assist in test and development of a wide range of engineering industries. Using state-of-the-art sensors and data acquisition equipment, we take vital measurements that inform our customers about their products and work environments. Nprime have worked with some of the biggest companies in the UK and Europe in industries such as:

  • Mining
  • Defence
  • Aerospace
  • Rail
  • Automotive

Many of our measurements are on prototype vehicles and machines in challenging environments so tests require the use of creativity to find solutions both in the instrumentation and data acquisition stage and in the data processing and analysis stage.

About the role
At Nprime the Test Analyst is primarily responsible for processing and performing statistical analysis on results obtained from site measurements. Typically a project at Nprime will involve recording data on a prototype vehicle for a customer from  a variety of sensors such as accelerometers and strain gauges. The raw data will be sent to the Analysis team to be processed, verified and reported on.

The following are required of an applicant for this position:

  • Strong understanding of data acquisition and frequency analysis principles (typically gained from an engineering degree).
  • Proficiency in at least one programming language (such as Python).
  • Highly computer literate.
  • Ability to write clear concise reports.
  • Applicant must have the right to live and work in the UK.

Nprime is a small company currently punching above its weight so the successful applicant will have the opportunity to work closely on different projects with some of the leading companies in the defence and manufacturing industries.

How to apply
To apply please send your CV to

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