Electronics Engineer in the Occupational Health & Safety and Environmental Protection Unit (HSE), Radiation Protection Group (RP).
As an electronics engineer in the Instrumentation and Logistics section of the radiation protection group, you will be responsible for the design and the development of prototypes as well as the production of precision devices for radiation protection measurements, you will lead projects and manage contracts with industrial partners:
- Manage large scale projects and contracts, including risk management and quality assurance management.
- Design, develop, construct and commission accurate electronic equipment for ionising radiation measurement.
- Lead a project team.
- Report and give presentations to managers and end users.
Master's degree in the field of electronics engineering, industrial and systems engineering, or equivalent.
The experience required for this post is:
- Demonstrated experience in the design, development, production and commissioning of electronics equipment.
- Established experience in project management and in leading a project team.
- Demonstrated experience in contract management, in preparing specifications and negotiating with contractor's counterparts.
- Experience of field programmable logic-based devices (FPGA) and microcontrollers.
- Experience as an industrial and systems engineer would be an advantage.
- Experience of electronics development in a radiation protection context would be an advantage.
The technical competencies required for this post are:
- Design of electronics based on field programmable logic-based devices (FPGA): design and development of electronics devices based on programmable components (i.e. fpga, microcontrollers).
- Project management: project management.
- Sourcing, subcontracting, and insourcing / outsourcing of industrial services: sourcing, subcontracting, and insourcing / outsourcing of industrial services (electronics devices production).
- Risk management: risk management.
- Quality management: quality management.
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