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All Amazon teams and businesses, from Prime delivery to AWS, are guided by four key tenets: customer obsession rather than competitor focus, passion for invention, commitment to operational excellence, and long-term thinking. We are driven by the excitement of building technologies, inventing products, and providing services that transform the way our customers live their lives and run their businesses.
Get a job at The University of Manchester and join a welcoming community of more than 11,000 employees that embraces everyone – from local talent (we are one of the North West’s top employers) to global experts looking to make things happen in their field of expertise. Search our vacancies and discover a huge variety of jobs, from academic, management and professional roles to positions in research, technical, security, catering, maintenance, administration and more. We're wholeheartedly committed to staff well-being, career and personal development and equality and diversity. We're pleased to report consistently high levels of staff satisfaction – in our latest staff survey, over 90% of respondents said that the University is a good place to work and that they're proud to work here. And we're proud to be located at the heart of the city of Manchester: a thriving creative centre with ambition, verve and a desire for progress that matches our own.
Since 1915 the steel industry has been an essential part of Australia and its economy. BlueScope's heritage traces back to the very beginning. Our history has always been in steelmaking - but the future lies in selling Australian innovation, technology and expertise to the booming Asian and global growth markets. Today, BlueScope is a flat steel producer for the domestic Australian, New Zealand and US markets, and is a leading international supplier of steel products and solutions, principally focused on the global building and construction industry.
Business is taken lightly at Gooch & Housego (G&H), which makes precision optical components. The company's products are designed primarily for use in light measurement instrumentation and crystal manufacturing. It was founded in 1948 to make precision glass and crystalline materials; it still makes precision optics, such as coatings, lenses, and prisms. G&H also offers acousto-optic devices, such as frequency shifters, tunable filters, and fiber-coupled modulator. In 2007 G&H acquired SIFAM Fibre Optics for £5 million. The next year it bought the assets and business of General Optics from GSI Group for $21 million. The company does much of its business in North America.
Imagine a world where freshly-made, healthy food is as convenient as fast food. Where every dish is tailored to each customer, with specific ingredients and portion sizing. Where meals can be individually customised – but mass-produced. We imagined it. So we built it. By combining robotics with AI and state-of-the-art machine sensing, Karakuri delivers an entirely new category of made-to-order healthy convenience food.
Pulsar Measurement is a worldwide leader in ultrasonic instrumentation for wastewater, industrial, and environmental markets. Since 1986 we have developed, manufactured and marketed industrial flow and level monitoring instruments including ultrasonic level transmitters, clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters, and open channel flow meters. Our award-winning products are favoured worldwide due to their reliability and easy menu-driven set-up. Our product range has been designed to provide a full range of alternatives, from a single point of measurement, right through to complex multi-point applications with digital communications and levels of measurement. This is an exciting time to join the recently rebranded Pulsar Measurement business, following the merger of Pulsar Process Measurement and Greyline Instruments, and the wider TASI Flow Group. The recent merger of two successful businesses specializing in ultrasonic level and flow measurement has set us up for success while growing the business. TASI, our parent group formed in 1999, has successfully grown companies that consistently deliver world-class products and services, focusing on our global customer needs in diverse market segments. TASI's high repeat customer rate is due to an ability to remain close to our customers reinforced by providing local service and complete engineered solutions and problem-solving.