Accelerator Systems Division Jobs (last updated 4/16/2013)
Provide on-going technical oversight of accelerator systems activities related to the Advanced Photon Source (APS) Upgrade project, in particular regarding integration of new accelerator components with existing accelerator hardware and software systems and their compatibility with APS storage ring operational requirements. Perform APS storage ring lattice optimizations as needed and test correspondence between models and lattices implemented into the storage ring. Perform on-going simulation of electron beam dynamics and refine tolerances for the short-pulse x-ray system (SPX). Provide on-going technical advice to the APS Upgrade Associate Project Manager for Accelerator Systems and to a line manager in the Accelerator Systems Division of the APS regarding capabilities and limitations of new accelerator systems and insertion devices developed for the APS Upgrade. Review and supervise preparation of APS Upgrade design reports, physics requirements documents, and other technical documents for the APS Upgrade.
|#320005||HLRF Electrical Engineer (High Level RF)
Design, modify, test, and maintain high-power RF amplifiers, power supplies, waveguide and coaxial RF transmission systems, and related electrical and electronic support equipment. Install, test and operate the APS-U SPX CW S-band RF systems. Provide engineering support to RF system operations for Linac, Par, Booster, Storage Ring, and SPX RF systems. Provide new engineering ideas to improve existing high-power RF systems and to enhance the design of SPX and future RF system hardware and systems.
Assist engineers and physicists in development, improvement, and construction of rf electronics and amplifiers. Duties include assembly, test and debug, installation, as well as, operation and maintenance of high-power rf amplifiers. Ability to work unsupervised or, with a minimum of supervision, on high-power rf amplifiers. Careful workmanship, attention to detail, and accurate logging and reporting of data are required.
Assist engineers and scientists in the design, fabrication, installation, testing, maintenance and operation of magnet power supplies. Work under minimum supervision. Careful workmanship and attention to detail and accurate logging and reporting of test data are required.