Labsphere, Inc., is a subsidiary of Halma p.l.c.. Labsphere is the industry leader in light measurement technology and has provided quality optical measurement solutions to customers for over 35 years. Great Career Opportunities at Halma

Labsphere is located in the beautiful Lake Sunapee region of New Hampshire. Our modern facility, nestled in the mountains, provides a unique quality of life where both winter and summer activities abound. Our location is also convenient, with easy access to the interstate system and the state capital.

We offer competitive wages, career advancement opportunities, and superb benefits for our employees, including: medical/dental, group life, short- and long-term disability insurance, tuition reimbursement, stock purchase plan, and 401(k) retirement plan with company match. Labsphere, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.


Labsphere is looking for an entry-level Project Engineer to manage the development of engineering projects related to remote sensing and light metrology systems. If you have a solid technical background, want to stay involved with the latest technology, but have the desire to expand your business and organizational skills, then we want to speak with you. In this position, you will coordinate engineering resources to design, build, and test optical metrology systems. You will be responsible for managing the cost and schedule of engineering projects that range from a few weeks to a few months in duration.

In addition, the Project Engineer’s duties include:

  • Identify the appropriate resources for each project
  • Work with the customer and internal staff to manage the project schedule, scope, and costs
  • Review designs, verify analyses for achieving the system specifications, and confirm the system performance.
  • Creates status reports for Management and Sales.

The ideal candidate will be able to manage multiple projects, motivate a team to achieve the project goals, and drive projects to achieve company goals of profitability and quality. A positive attitude and creative thinking are required to find ways of meeting customer expectations and internal demands for schedule, performance, and quality.

This position provides the candidate with a variety of future career opportunities by exposing them to the technical, operational, managerial, and financial aspects of the Labsphere business. Call us if you are interested in broadening your technical skillset, and expanding your career opportunities.


This position may be focused in one area (coating, mechanical assembly or electronic assembly), but preference is for ability to work in all areas.  Employees at all levels are expected to look for ways to improve processes or quality, take ownership of their work (timeliness, quality, etc.) and give excellent service to internal and/or external customers.

Skills will include using a computer to access work orders, work instructions, bills of materials, blueprints, and other required documentation to plan daily work.  The individual must be able to follow work instructions and/or sample assemblies regarding work to be performed, and be able to build simple and increasingly complex mechanical and/or electronic assemblies according to these written procedures, blueprints and/or verbal instructions. Soldering skills a plus.


For immediate consideration for available opportunities, please send your resume and salary history to Carol Ryder, Human Resources Director by fax: (603) 927-4535,, or mail:

Human Resources
Labsphere, Inc.
231 Shaker Street
P.O. Box 70
North Sutton, NH 03260