ISIS Pulsed Power Projects Leader and Section Leader Posts

The Science and Technologies Facilities Council brings strategic leadership to UK investments in large national and international research facilities, together with delivering world class science and technology. The council operates some of the world’s most advanced facilities, such as ISIS.

ISIS is a world-leading centre for research in the physical and life sciences at the STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory near Oxford in the United Kingdom. Our suite of neutron and muon instruments gives unique insights into the properties of materials on the atomic scale. We support a national and international community of more than 3000 scientists for research into subjects ranging from clean energy and the environment, pharmaceuticals and health care, through to nanotechnology and materials engineering, catalysis and polymers, and on to fundamental studies of materials.

There is an opportunity for two experienced pulsed power electrical engineer to join the Electrical Engineering Group within the ISIS Accelerator Division. A highly experienced Pulsed Power Projects Leader is required to work closely with fellow engineers and scientists to provide pulsed power expertise for the existing pulsed systems, technical input to the accelerator scientists regarding future ISIS upgrades and strategies for pulsed power applications on ISIS. A section leader is also required who will be responsible the operation and maintenance of the accelerators pulsed power supplies as well as implementing the installation and commissioning of any replacement power supplies. The section leader will also work closely with the Group Leader and the pulsed power projects leader.

Pulsed Power Projects Leader

•         Lead and be responsible for the Pulsed Power Projects and Research and Development in the Electrical Engineering Group.

•         Responsible for the future strategy of pulsed power within ISIS

•         Responsible for the design and development of advanced pulsed power test facilities.

•         Responsible for the design and manufacture of pulsed power systems

•         Provide pulsed power support for future accelerator upgrades.

•         Technical assistance for pulsed magnet designs.

•         Liaising with power supply manufacturing companies.

•         Represent ISIS at national and international pulsed power meetings, workshops, conferences and visits.

 

Pulsed Power Section Leader

•         Operation and maintenance of pulsed power supplies.

•         Devising and implementing maintenance regimes.

•         Fault finding and repair of the power supplies.

•         Installation and commissioning of new and replacement power supplies.

•         Liaising with other engineers responsible for cooling water systems, magnets and interlocks.

•         Liaising with power supply manufacturing companies.

•         Management responsibilities for the section.

•         Liaising with the Pulsed Power Projects Leader responsible for pulsed power development.

•         Provide Risk Assessments and Method Statements relevant to the section’s equipment and work commitments.

Any other Relevant Information

The post holders must be willing to work in radiation areas and be a classified radiation worker. They must also be able to work in areas containing high magnetic fields. The post will involve occasional travel within the UK and overseas. The post provides out of hours on-call support and the post holder must be willing to be on-call.

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