Development Engineer (Magnets)

Siemens Public Limited Company
30 Sep 2017
02 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
We are currently recruiting for a talented Development Engineer to work in our Oxfordshire site. Siemens Magnet Technology (SMT) is the world's leading designer and manufacturer of superconducting magnetic resonance imaging magnets for medical applications. More than 30 percent of the MRI scanners installed in hospitals worldwide have at their heart a Siemens superconducting magnet. You will be developing technology solutions in areas of superconductivity, cryogenics and electromagnetics to enable the design of new generation superconducting magnets for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. You will both, personally develop new technologies, and supervise external development programmes. You will also work with development teams in the design of new products, and provide technical support for the manufacture and servicing of existing products. What are my responsibilities? - Design, develop and run technology development programmes in superconductivity, cryogenics and electromagnetics. - Collaborate with universities & research institutions, supervising external research programmes. - Identify and research future technology areas, and make business proposals for their development. Contribute to the maintenance of technology roadmaps. - Monitor and report technical and financial progress on development projects. - Monitor technical and Intellectual Property publications and advise the business on opportunities or threats. - Provide clear reporting of results, both written and presented. - Support other areas of the business - manufacturing, service, management on technical issues related to your specialist area. - Contribute to product development through your technical expertise. What do I need to qualify for this job? Essential requirements are; - Postgraduate experience in experimental development in an engineering or physical science. - Knowledge of areas related to cryogenics, superconductivity or electromagnetics. - Be self-motivated and able to generate novel solutions to new challenges. It would be an advantage to be able to; - Use analytical and/or computational methods to support experimental development. - Have experience of instrumentation control, e.g. Labview. ...
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