divendres, 26 de juliol de 2013

Engineering Analyst per al CCFE a Gran Bretanya

Starting salary: £25,943 to £36,725 a year
For a list of competitive benefits please click here
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Nuclear fusion, the process that powers the Sun, can play a big part in our carbon-free energy future. CCFE is one of the world's leading fusion research laboratories. Our scientists and engineers are working with partners around the globe to develop fusion as a new source of clean energy for tomorrow's power stations.
As a member of the Engineering Evaluation Section you will be responsible for performing engineering analysis of components and systems for Nuclear Fusion experiments. These include the MAST and JET experiments as well as work for future facilities like ITER and DEMO. You will work in project teams supporting engineers and designers by providing parametric models to explore design concepts and performing thorough validations of the final design against defined performance requirements. You will also participate in peer-checking and, at the higher level, training and supervision of junior analysts.

Candidate Requirements

You will have a relevant engineering honours degree and ideally have achieved chartered status with the IMechE or be a NAFEMS registered analyst.
You will be an experienced engineering analyst and have completed a portfolio of work including structural, heat transfer and fluid dynamic analyses, ideally with an expertise in one of these disciplines. Expertise in low or high frequency electromagnetic analysis would also be an asset. You will have used ANSYS Workbench (Release 12 or above) for a substantial proportion of your work.
You will be able to produce high quality auditable documentation of analyses and be comfortable with giving presentations of your work to colleagues and customers. You will also have good communication and interpersonal skills with an ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams and be flexible, able to handle long-term projects and day-to-day urgent priority jobs simultaneously.
EngTech registration will be desirable.

Special Requirements


Work Permit Requirement

Candidates from outside the European Economic Area are reminded that they will need to produce clear documentation to show that they have formal permission to work in the UK. The UK Atomic Energy Authority is unable to employ anyone who does not have formal consent to work in the UK. Current limits on immigration to the UK mean that the Authority's ability to sponsor employees under Tier 2 (General) of the points based system is very limited. Candidates are advised to explore possible alternative legitimate procedures which do not require sponsorship by the UK Atomic Energy Authority.
Interviews are scheduled to take place week commencing Monday 09 September 2013


For further information on this position, please contact : Mr. Christopher Jones, email :Chris.M.Jones@ccfe.ac.uk
To apply, please send a completed application form and equal opportunities form, with a copy of your CV, quoting HR Ref. No. CCFE/M8/12 to Miss Alanna O'Connor, email : Alanna.O'Connor@ccfe.ac.uk or by post to:

HR Department
Culham Science Centre
OX14 3DB.

Alternatively versions of these forms can be found on the Job vacancies page.

Closing Date: 27 August 2013

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