Low Level Radio Frequency Engineer

Daresbury Science and Innovation Campus, Warrington
Band D 31,931- £34,709 / Band E £39,748 - £44,166 dependent on qualifications and experience
16 Dec 2021
15 Jan 2022

Low Level Radio Frequency Engineer

Science and Technology Facilities Council

Band/Salary: Band D 31,931- £34,709 / Band E £39,748 - £44,166 dependent on qualifications and experience. + a Retention Recruitment Allowance of up to £3000.

Location: Daresbury Laboratory, Daresbury Science and Innovation Campus, Warrington, WA4 4AD

Contract Type: Open Ended

Hours: Full Time (We understand the importance of work-life balance, and are happy to discuss the possibility of flexible working with applicants)

Closing Date for applications: Sunday 23rd January 2022

Accelerator Science and Technology Centre (ASTeC) are looking for an outstanding Low Level Radio Frequency Engineer, to join our team working on accelerator projects, such as VELA, and CLARA

In this role you will be responsible for the development of digital based measurement and control systems, including closed loop control, design of digital filter systems, digital signal processing, performing timing and synchronization measurements between RF signals as well as developing solutions to target these areas of work.

If you are:

  • A highly motivated engineer or scientists.
  • Who is qualified to degree level or equivalent in a relevant science or engineering subject,
  • Has experience with digital signal processing technologies and has an interest in RF aspects of accelerators
  • And has experience of working within a team involved in the design, manufacturing, testing and commissioning of digital based projects along with the necessary project management expertise to deliver medium to large scale projects Then this may be the job for you.

Applications should consist of a CV and a covering letter explaining why the candidate is suited to this position. Please supply the names and contact details of three referees when applying. For an informal discussion about this role please contact: andrew.moss@stfc.ac.uk

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