Professional Engineering Support is critical to ISIS both in its functioning and future development. Graduate Electrical Design and Project Engineers will have a key role in this support and the position provides a unique opportunity for a wide variety of engineering experiences.
List of Duties / Work Programme / Responsibilities
• Work as necessary within the group to develop and maintain systems on the ISIS accelerator.
• Technical training will be undertaken as appropriate.
In addition the recruit will be joining the graduate development programme (accredited by the IET) and will be expected to undertake personal development activities that are offered by the scheme (a number of these are mandatory).
• Produce designs and concepts through the use of 2D & 3D CAD systems
• Procure manufactured items and bought out components
• Work with and understand the requirements of projects set by the customer
• Manage project workload to ensure targets are met
• Produce calculations to validate designs.
Personal Skills and Attributes
The successful recruit will have the potential to become an effective engineer within the group and possibly in time to become a “high flyer” if they show great ability, ambition and achieve notable success. It is recognised that as a raw graduate they may lack experience but should have the ability to gain skills and learn quickly. They should have had a good grounding in the physical principles that underpin electrical engineering. The bullet points below should be considered:
• Must be highly motivated, innovative and inquisitive.
• Ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
• Ability to work independently
• Ability to read and understand technical information.
• Capable of rapid development of technical and non-technical skills.
• Ability to communicate well both technically and non-technically.
• Ability to produce good written work and reports.
• Shows an interest in the world outside of engineering.
• Shows an appreciation of engineering in the wider context of society