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Electronics Engineer

Department: 
Engineering
Supervisor(s): 
Al vonHalle
Staff: 
EM 3
Requisition Number: 
1501019

The Princeton University Plasma Physics Laboratory, a world-renowned fusion energy research center under contract with the U. S. Department, is seeking to hire an entry level Electronics Engineer to participate in the design of state-of the art instrumentation, control and protection systems for a wide range of complex processes associated with large-scale scientific research facilities.
The successful candidate will work with engineers and physicists to design, procure, install and commission new systems and to analyze, upgrade and troubleshoot existing systems. Technologies typically include analog front-end signal conditioning with digital processing processors interconnected by high-speed data links executing real-time instrumentation, control and protection.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a world-class scientific institution performing research in a field with potential for great societal benefit. The positions offer good opportunity for growth and career advancement.

Candidate shall have completed the BSEE degree preferably with two years of work experience, but will consider a new graduate with an outstanding academic record and relevant course work.

Candidate should possess strong communication skills, strong technical skills ranging from design to hands-on activities and ability to work with a diverse team of engineers, scientist, and technical staff. Highly motivated candidates willing to work on all aspects of a project are sought.

An MSEE degree a plus.

U.S. Department of Energy
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory managed by Princeton University.

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