Participate in design development and operation of state of the art instrumentation and control systems in support of a wide range of current and future objects at PPPL.
Design, Maintain and Support instrumentation and control systems. 60% Daily operation and maintenance of Control and Monitoring System. 15% Develop Diagrams, Drawings and Documentation for systems developed 10% Embedded controller development and support 15%
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering.
2-5 years of relevant work experience.
Ability to work with a diverse set of scientists, engineers and technical staff with varying skill levels and backgrounds.
Strong organizational skills and communication skills.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Experience with hardware interfacing and control.
Experience with cabling and interconnectivity.
Experience working with Digital I/O.
Experience working with Analog Data acquisition and signal conditioning techniques.
Experience generating and reading State Machine, Logic Flow and Interconnection Diagrams.
Ideal Candidate would also have:
Experience working with National Instrumental LabView.
Experience with Electronics design and building electronics.
Exposure to Version control Software (SVN, GIT)
Exposure to standard off the shelf test equipment:
Benchtop DC Power Supplies
Must be able to physically lift, move and install typical rack mountable equipment 5%
The ability to occasionally work in awkward positions by bending, stooping, crawling and climbing ladder should be expected 5%
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Internal Number: 116651408
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