Electrical Designer
graduate job

Electrical Designer

Employer
Diamond Light Source Ltd
Salary
£25,499 - £29,999
Location
Didcot
Time left to apply
10 days to apply on Prospects

Job description

We are seeking recent graduates who can join us as electrical designers to work on the detailed design of solutions to meet the scientific challenges we face.

We work in a friendly, collaborative environment with opportunities for training and career development. We also offer flexible working hours.

Discretionary salary range to £34,499

Part time work could be considered as well as full time.

Company information

Diamond Light Source is a world class science institute providing X-ray beams of exceptional brightness for use by scientists to probe the atomic building blocks of physical and biological matter. The engineering group plays a key role in the design and construction of the electron accelerators and the beamlines that transport the light from the electron accelerator to the scientific sample. The accelerators comprise normal and super-conducting magnets and radio frequency cavities to energise the electron beam. The beamlines are made up of optical elements and sample environments that employ sub-micron, multi-axis, precision motion systems operating in ultra high vacuum environments and often at cryogenic temperatures.

Diamond is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community.

Person requirements

You should have the ability to communicate effectively, show initiative and lots of enthusiasm.

Qualifications and experience requirements

  • Electrical engineering degree

Accepted degree subjects

Any

Salary

£25,499 - £29,999

Location

Didcot

Contract and working hours

Permanent · Full-time

How to apply

Closing date: 31/01/2018

This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 31/01/2018

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