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Permanent position at UKAEA, Engineering Analysis Group

 Do you want to help shape the future of the world`s energy? Nuclear fusion, the process that powers The Sun, can play a big part in our carbon-free energy future. The Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE) is part of the UK Atomic Energy Authority and is one of the world`s leading fusion research laboratories. Our scientists and engineers are working with partners around the globe to develop fusion as a new source of clean energy for tomorrow`s power stations.

We are currently looking to recruit Engineering Analysts to work with our design teams providing critical engineering simulations within some of our most technically challenging projects.

You will be an integral part of a dynamic team of engineers and analysts. You will be intimately involved with mechanical analysis and design and you will work in a project team environment.

Perform design calculations and develop calculation tools to solve engineering problems. Design Simulation of complex assemblies in a Multiphysics environment. Operation of experiment and test facilities. Defining test methods and safe systems of work. Writing technical reports & checking the reports of colleagues. Training & supervision of junior colleagues. Management of medium work packages and contributing teams c. 5 people.

 

Knowledge skills and experience Essential-Masters engineering or physics degree, or equivalent
-Ability to perform exploratory design calculations
- Experience of structural, thermal and fluid dynamic design with demonstrable expertise in one of these fields Desirable-Good interpersonal skills-Experience on scripting and programming numerical methods using object-oriented paradigm in Python or C++-Good technical writing skills using MS office and LaTeX-Ability to lead & coordinate effort from a small team

 

http://www.ccfe.ac.uk/Jobs.aspx

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