Analog and digital circuit design for low level RF (LLRF) controllers including RF front-end, PLL, ADC, DAC, FPGA, DSP, microcontroller, memory devices, power supplies, serial and network communications, tuner and other peripheral devices; FPGA (Xilinx based), DSP (TI based), and microcontroller programming; construct and modify engineering prototypes in a timely manner; seek critical evaluation of designs; manage the fabrication and installation of LLRF systems and foresee any potential problem areas; schedule and perform preventive maintenance, repair and parts management for assigned equipment; maintain complete and accurate documentation of designs and processes; continuously strive to improve productivity, quality and uniformity.
Unit Specific Education/Experience/Skills
Knowledge normally acquired by completing a four-year college program in Engineering or Physics; three to five years of progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in fabrication techniques, cryogenic systems, electronics, mechanical and electronic drafting and computer systems; and may require experience in the use of CAD and/or related engineering systems, including file transfer; experience in the use of exotic metals, including knowledge of their properties, in the fabrication and assembly of sophisticated research equipment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; experience with analog and circuit design; schematic and layout tools; and developing and managing hardware and software.
Experience with digital receivers or low level RF controllers used in particle accelerators
Experience with control of dynamic systems and techniques (PID, ADRC)
Knowledgeable in control system design and digital signal processing
A working knowledge of PLC-based systems (Allen Bradley)
Good negotiating and communication skills
Required Application Materials
Cover letter and CV
Please submit cover letter and CV.
Bidding eligibility ends on 5/21/2019 at 11:55 PM
Internal Number: 578575
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