Career Opportunities

About the Company

Gamry Instruments is a manufacturer of electrochemical instruments, software, and accessories.  Founded in 1989, Gamry is a small closely held company with strengths in developing and marketing electrochemical laboratory equipment worldwide.  We pride ourselves in having a relaxed and enjoyable work atmosphere coupled with the compassion of ever changing technology.  We enjoy interacting with our customers in various industries including batteries, fuel cells, corrosion prevention, materials, metals, biomaterials, sensors and coatings. 

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Senior Software Engineer/Software Engineer III – Data Managment

Posted by gamry on February 4, 2019

The ideal candidate will be a Software Engineer who is self-motivated and system-focused. Candidate must possess a proven knowledge of key languages including: Qt, C++, Python 3.x, and various toolchains.

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European Sales Manager

Posted by gamry on January 30, 2019

Sales and customer support for Gamry’s electrochemical systems within the European trade zone. Duties will include assisting our current distribution network by attending trade shows, giving technical talks, visiting key customers, providing pre- and post-sales support as needed.

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International Sales Manager

Posted by gamry on January 30, 2019

In this role, you will drive the expansion of international sales. This requires pre- and post-sales support for territories with distributors as well as direct sales into territories without distributors.

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Sales Engineer

Posted by gamry on January 30, 2019

Sales and customer support for Gamry’s electrochemical systems. Duties will include direct sales via phone and email, customer support, training, attending trade shows, and technical presentations.

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Senior Electronics Engineer

Posted by gamry on January 30, 2019

We are looking for a hands-on engineer whose work will impact all aspects of scientific instrument design.

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