South Kensington Campus
Fixed Term: up to 30th September 2022 in the first instance available immediately
The High Energy Physics (HEP) Group at Imperial College London invites applications for a Mechanical Engineer position to work on the current and future experiments the Group is involved in. This position will involve the design and construction of experimental apparatus and also contributions to the experiment maintenance and operations.
The Imperial HEP group has major detector responsibilities and is playing important roles in development of detectors for the LHC experiment upgrades, R&D for detectors for future experiments, and design of research accelerators.
Whilst no direct experience of High Energy Physics experiments is required, you will be expected to work directly with scientists to develop engineering specifications and solutions. Relying upon both theoretical knowledge and practical engineering experience, you will apply modern engineering methods to the complete design process, from conception through to manufacture and installation. You will also contribute to the maintenance and operation of the detectors after installation.
You will hold a B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering, a B.Sc. in a similar field, or have equivalent professional qualifications and/or experience. If you have undertaken a recognised apprenticeship scheme and/or formal design office training that would be desirable.
You must have the following essential criteria:
In addition it would be desirable if you had:
The post will be based in London but will require regular travel to laboratories and other universities in the UK and abroad, in particular the CERN laboratory in Geneva.
Applications can be made online via our website. Please go to www.imperial.ac.uk/jobs and search for NAT00527.
The Imperial College High Energy Physics Group has a strong ongoing experimental programme encompassing the CMS and LHCb experiments at the LHC; the T2K, Super-Kamiokande and future Hyper-Kamiokande experiments in Japan; the search for sterile neutrinos with SoLid in Belgium; the future neutrino oscillation experiment DUNE at Fermilab and SURF in the USA; the search for dark matter with the LUX-ZEPLIN (LZ) experiment in the USA; the search for charged lepton flavour violation with COMET in Japan; the MICE experiment in the UK; and SHiP and SuperNEMO activities and the development of future experiments. There are also significant accelerator, phenomenology and Grid computing programmes.
The Department of Physics is an IoP JUNO Champion and an Athena Silver SWAN Award winner reflecting our commitment to building a supportive, inclusive and highly motivated community.
Further information about the technical aspects of the position is available from Mr Trevor Savidge, Project Engineer, (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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|Salary:||£46,762 to £61,378 per annum|
|Placed On:||22nd August 2019|
|Closes:||23rd September 2019|
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