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Imaging Test System Engineer

Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
£32,548 to £38,833
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Temporary contract for 36 months
Closing Date: 
6 July, 2018 - 12:00

We are seeking an Imaging Test System Engineer to join The Centre for Electronic Imaging (CEI). The CEI is a research centre within the School of Physical Sciences at the Open University. The CEI is a collaboration between the Open University and Teledyne e2v, a world-leading manufacturer of scientific and industrial image sensors.

You will join a team of scientists, engineers and students to support the research goals of the CEI, working on existing and new research projects supporting detector science research for space science and astronomy missions and promoting knowledge exchange with industrial partner Teledyne e2v. Specifically, you will be engaged in all aspects of the design, set-up, commissioning and maintenance of the CEI’s imaging test camera systems.

You will have a PhD in physics, electronic engineering, optical engineering or a related subject with a good understanding and experience in the characterization or image sensors or radiation detectors and will be proficient with data acquisition systems and data processing software. Additionally, you will have excellent problem solving and analytical skills, strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to write and deliver reports to a high quality for sharing with project collaborators.

Closing date: noon on 6 July 2018

Interview date: TBC

Optional information: 

An application form and job related information are available from the links located below.  Hard copies and access details for disabled applicants are available from the Recruitment Co-ordinator on  01908 858110 or by email (on the link above), quoting the reference number

We promote diversity in employment and welcome applications from all sections of the community

Equal Opportunity is University policy

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