Electronic engineer

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The National Synchrotron Radiation Centre at the Jagiellonian University SOLARIS is a first synchrotron
infrastructure in Poland and the only one in Central Europe with an electron accelerator and a source of
synchrotron radiation. It is currently the most modern and the largest multidisciplinary research device in Poland.
As a strategic investment for the science development, the SOLARIS synchrotron (www.synchrotron.pl) has been
placed on the Polish Road Map for Research Infrastructure.

Work at the Centre provides:
• participation in the maintenance and development of a unique, multidisciplinary research infrastructure,
• an opportunity to work in an international environment of experts,
• contact with the latest technologies,
• professional and personal development,
• intensive implementation training and substantive support,
• sports package,
• social package,
• employment contract,
• stability of employment.

The National Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS of the Jagiellonian University is seeking an Electronic
engineer with passion.

Description of tasks:
• R&D related to the design of assisting electronics for the following systems: electron gun, linear
accelerator, storage ring, beamlines
• modernization, improvements and development of diagnostic devices for electron and photon beams;
• measurements of subassembly parameters in order to achieve and maintain their high efficiency;
• support in the operation and development of the synchrotron.

• University degree in: electronics, electrical engineering, power electronics, radiocommunication;
• practical ability to design analog and digital electronics, signal processing;
• experience in the practical use of measuring devices: oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, RF power probe,
• knowledge of electromagnetism and high-frequency techniques;
• ability to work individually and in a team;
• ability and willingness in fast learning and self-development;
• knowledge of the English language at the communicative level.

• knowledge of the Linux system, RaspberryPi minicomputers
• knowledge of fast data acquisition techniques on FPGAs
• programming skills in C, Arduino, Python
• knowledge of design tools (KiCad, Eagle, LT-Spice and similar)
• SEP entitlements

Place of work: Krakow
Additional information: We offer a full-time fixed-term employment contract with the prospect of employment
for an indefinite period as a magnet specialist.

To apply for this job please visit synchrotron.uj.edu.pl.