How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
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1. Build sMDT chambers -
a. Participate as part of the team that assembles 48 BIS small Monitored Drift Tube (sMDT) chambers.
b. Particular emphases for this position will include:
i. Drift tube quality control tests
ii. Assembly the sMDT chamber by tube layer gluing, including operating the LabView software control
iii. Gas system installation and certification
2. Logistics –
a. Receiving incoming supplies and distributing them
b. Daily cleaning of lab spaces
c. Crate construction and packing for shipment to CERN.
3. Quality Control -
a. Duties include recognizing when supplied parts might not meet quality standards and to ensure that only QC parts are used in manufacturing chambers.
b. Understand and ensure the quality of subassemblies needed for chamber construction, in particular the gas bar assemblies and faraday cages.
4. Development of necessary infrastructure -
a. Participate in construction of the workstations necessary for a smooth organized construction effort. Give feedback on ways to possibly improve the techniques and tooling in use.
b. Utilize database software to create and maintain parts inventory and production metrics.
5. Team Participation -
a. Each of the many assembly line tasks requires coordinated team efforts with consistent results. Cooperation and coordination with other members of the team to manage day to day responsibilities is key.
Associate's degree and 1 to 2 years relevant experience
Bachelor's degree in Physics or related field is preferred.
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Funding is for two positions.
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