Graduate Trainee - Graduate Electrical/Electronic/ Control Engineer
24 Aug 2016




STFC’s award winning graduate scheme offers structured training, a real job with real responsibilities from day one and a direct route to professional accreditation. It will allow you to use your degree in a dynamic, creative and collaborative culture.


STFC are recruiting electrical and control engineers. All posts are located at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxfordshire

The ISIS neutron and muon source is a world-leading centre for research in the physical and life sciences. Our suite of neutron and muon instruments gives unique insights into the properties of materials on the atomic scale.

The ISIS Electrical Engineering teams provide professional engineering support across the complete ISIS Neutron Science facility from the accelerator, targets, neutron beam-lines and specialist user equipment. Opportunities exist to join this group and you will work on projects from concept through to commissioning, produce designs and concepts through the use of CAD systems and produce calculations to validate designs. You will also provide technical support to assist with operations, maintenance and repair where necessary.

The SCADA section sits within the Electrical Engineering Group of the ISIS Accelerator Division, responsible for the monitoring and protection of all magnets, power supplies, water plant and vacuum systems, as well as motion control of neutron choppers. An opportunity exists to join this group where you will be designing from specification of PLC, PXI systems and Beam Line Chopper Drive systems, manufacture control system hardware, such as PLC panel and junction box wiring, PCB assembly and cable termination. You will also program PLCs, HMIs & motor control systems

All applicants will be considered for each post available.  If selected you may be contacted by more than one Hiring Manager to undertake a telephone interview. This is the next stage in the application process.

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