|Location:||Harwell, Oxfordshire, Warrington|
|Salary:||£39,748 to £44,166 per annum|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||10th March 2023|
|Closes:||5th April 2023|
Science and Technology Facilities Council
Salary: £39,748 to £44,166 per annum (dependent on skills and experience). A Specialist Allowance of up to £4000 per annum is also available for this role.
Hours: Full time or Part time (minmum 30 hours per week)
Contract Type: Open Ended.
Location: Science and Technology Facilities Council, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Harwell, Oxfordshire OR Science and Technology Facilities Council, Daresbury Laboratory, Warrington
Come and do the kind of computing that got you into technology in the first place. Work with cutting-edge tech and world-leading scientists and engineers. And harness the power of some of the country's most advanced facilities to tackle work that improves daily life in the UK and far beyond.
Put simply, come and discover the impact you can make when you're equipped, encouraged and inspired to perform to your very best.
The Scientific Computing Department (SCD) is recruiting for computational scientists in imaging to join the tomography team. We are looking for candidates with a strong background in physics, mathematics, or computer science to contribute to the development of methods and data analysis tools for computed tomography (CT).
The role is based in a multidisciplinary environment, and you will work alongside software developers, mathematicians, image analysis specialist and experimentalists to design, develop and enhance a suite of high-end image analysis and visualization software and technologies on variety of projects supporting the ISIS Neutron and Muon Source (ISIS), Diamond Light Source (DLS), the Central Laser Facility (CLF) and the wider UK CT community.
The post is an exciting opportunity for a suitable candidate with good analytical skills and strong software development capabilities to adapt and expand their expertise in the field of tomographic imaging.
Postgraduate degree (MSc, PhD, etc) in a relevant STEM subject, or equivalent experience along with proven experience in CT Imaging
Ability to analyse data with a systematic and analytical approach
Ability to develop methods and solve problems with minimal supervision
The ability and confidence to relay & exchange technical information with people from a variety of backgrounds in a variety of forms
Demonstrable experience of working with drive, determination, ownership and responsibility
Proven confidence with programming, e.g. with Python
Employee Benefits. We are offering a permanent position with a whole host of benefits including:
30 days holiday (in addition to 10.5 bank holidays and privilege days).
Flexible working hours.
An excellent defined average salary pension scheme.
Employee shopping/travel discounts.
Excellent learning and development opportunities.
Visa sponsorship for candidates without the right to work in the UK
We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. We are invested in creating an environment that is welcoming and supportive of all, to help us achieve the highest possible standards in our work and organisation together. In this regard, we encourage applications from under-represented groups.
We ask some of the biggest questions in the universe, to answer some of the biggest challenges in the world. Whatever our role, we have the freedom to explore, learn and connect, as part of a community that loves to share knowledge and support one another.
As one of Europe’s largest research organisations, this is a place where there’s always something new to learn –about the world around us, about your career, but most of all, about yourself. Join us and discover what’s possible.
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