[NOBUGS] Advertisement for DETECTOR SPECIALIST in Sydney, Australia. Closing date 23rd September 2010 [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]
nha at ansto.gov.au
Wed Sep 8 02:40:32 BST 2010
3 Year fixed Term
ANSTO is the national organisation for nuclear science and technology.
We focus on undertaking leading edge research, delivering innovative
scientific services and providing specialised advice to government,
industry, academia and other research organisations.
Bragg Institute is an international leader in Neutron Beam and X-ray
Science, recognised for the excellence of its scientific endeavours, its
facilities, its techniques and its people. The Bragg Institute was set
up in 2002, with the explicit intent of fostering strong interactions
with academic and commercial research organizations both within
Australia and overseas.
We are currently looking for a Detector Specialist to join our team.
Reporting to the Group Leader, Computing & Electronics you will provide
team leadership to the Data Acquisition Team, including objective
setting, tasking, motivating, and project management.
You will be responsible for maintaining the Bragg Institute neutron
detectors and beam monitors, and the ancillary equipment required to
test and maintain these systems.
As the successful applicant you will be Degree qualified in Bachelor of
Science in computing and/or physics and/or mathematics or Bachelor of
Engineering in electronics.
You will have experience in electronic engineering of data acquisition
systems using FPGA based hardware and experience in developing
applications using software development methodologies e.g. agile.
Your strong leadership skills and experience managing and coaching
people will complement your excellent written and oral communication
To be eligible for appointment, applicants will require a security and
medical assessment and Australian citizens are preferred.
For further technical information relating to this position please
contact Frank Klose on (02) 9717 3592.
For more information, please consult the Position Information package or
contact Megan Lusty on (02) 9717 3094. Applications must be submitted
on-line via our website.
Applications close: 23 September 2010
Find the advert and online submission at
Dr Nick Hauser
Computing & Electronics Group Leader
Bragg Institute, Building 82
Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Locked Bag 2001 Kirrawee DC NSW 2232 AUSTRALIA
T +61 2 9717 9474
F +61 2 9717 9799
M 0417 418 542
E nick.hauser at ansto.gov.au
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