Romax is the gold standard in advanced simulation & design technologies supported by engaged, world-class technology and domain talent focused on specialised products for mission critical applications. Our workforce includes:
Masters degree holders
Employees in 8 countries
Different nationalities on staff
Optimising Drivetrain Designs Requires Significant Multi-Physics Know-How
Romax’s team possesses unparalleled expertise in numerous technical and engineering domains: mathematics, systems, control systems, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, vibration, electro-magnetism, tribology , and more. Developing high-performing drivetrain designs and simulation tools draws upon all of this expertise to provide a comprehensive software solution.
There are many required skills within our global organisation
We want first-class people to join us. We will take you on a journey through your career, and help you to engineer a better world, through our advanced technology. You will also have the ability to contribute to our corporate social responsibility strategy and make an immediate difference to the world around you.
If you think you would like to work for Romax, please go to our jobs page to find out more about how to apply.
We are interested in skilled engineers as well as studying graduates
We pride ourselves on being a global business; we have offices operating in various regions and a diverse cultural makeup within our workforce. Not only do we boast over 17 nationalities, but we also employ scientists, engineers, marketers, administration experts, management professionals, software mathematicians and physicists.
“I graduated from Nottingham University in 2010 and joined Romax that year after completing my PhD in vibration in large electrical machines. I chose to join Romax because of the range of interesting Mechanical Engineering projects that the company is involved in. During the 4 years I was promoted from a Project Manager to a R&D Programme Manager. Romax has helped my career progression by offering varied roles with increasing responsibility which I have found enjoyable and challenging.”
Annabel Shahaj, R&D Programme Manager