Electronics Technical Engineer (Design and Operation)
Electronics Technical Engineer (Design and Operation) in the Beams Department (BE), Radio-Frequency Group (RF).
* Two posts are open in the Group, one in the PS team, the other in the SPS Team.
* As an Electronics Technical Engineer (Design and Operation), you will design electronic modules for the control and acceleration of proton and ion beams in the CERN accelerator complex. * Some modules are custom-designed, others are from industrial suppliers, and your task would then be the design of the specific firmware and software...
* Bachelor in the field of electronics, or equivalent.
* Please note that preference will be given to candidates with the above-mentioned qualifications: in principle consideration will not be given to applications from people with higher qualifications.
Experience and competencies
The technical competencies required for this post are:
* Design of electronics for digital control systems and loops.
* Design of electronics based on field programmable logic-based devices (FPGA).
* Analog circuit design, modelling and simulation.
The language competencies required are:
* Spoken and written English or French, with the ability to understand and speak the other language in routine situations or willingness to acquire this skill rapidly.
* Diversity has been an integral part of CERN's mission since its foundation and is an established value of the Organization. Employing a diverse workforce is central to our success.
* We welcome applications from all Member States and Associate Member States.
* This vacancy will be filled as soon as possible, and applications should normally reach us no later than 08.09.2017.
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