Engineer/Physicist - Detectors, DAQ and Control Systems

Laser Gamma Experiments Department

    Scope of work:
  • In the implementation phase, ELI-NP engineers/physicists will provide technical support for ELI-NP in correlation with the technological strategy, focusing mainly on ensuring the commissioning of the infrastructure and its further operation.
  • In the operational phase, the engineers/physicists will ensure the optimal operation of the laser optical systems of the experiments within Laser Gamma Experiments Department (LGED) and will participate to their upgrades and to the development of new experimental setups
  • Main Responsabilities:
    In the implementation phase:
    • The engineers/physicists in Laser Gamma Experiments Department (LGED) will participate to the design and construction of the experimental setups, market research and writing specification for equipment purchase, communication with companies, installing, testing and commissioning of the equipment
    • They will gather the knowledge and experience necessary to ensure the operation of the infrastructure and of the related equipment
    • Ensuring the best and efficient collaboration and dialogue between the research staff and the equipment suppliers and services providers
    • Ensuring the conformity of the activities with the standards in the field
    • In the operational phase:
      • Maintain the performances and the optimal use of the equipment
      • Participate to the upgrades of existing equipment and the development of new experimental setups
      • Actively participate in the technological development activities performed at ELI-NP - mainly, Laser Gamma Experiments Department (LGED)
      • Main Tasks:
        • Building and commissioning the equipment and the laboratory setup for the implementation of the Technical Design Reports of Laser Gamma Experiments Department (LGED)
        • Performing tasks within Laser Gamma Experiments Department (LGED) related to one or more of the following subjects: Detectors, Data Acquisition, Control Systems
        • Ensuring efficient collaboration and dialogue between research staff and suppliers of equipment and various services
        • Ensuring the conformity of the activities with the standards in the field
        • Participating in maintaining the performances of the ELI-NP equipment and systems to the desired level
        • Actively participating in the technological development activities performed at ELI-NP
        • Providing specific technical support for the experiments
        Professional background:
        • Bachelor and/or Master's degree in Electronics/Computer Science/Automatics or related field
        • Electronics: Front-end analog design (modelling, simulation, measurement techniques) and/or PCB design for high-speed circuits
        • Programming: C and/or C++
        • Windows and Linux proficiency
        • Software development practices: Usage of version control systems, thorough documentation
        • Fluency in English, both written and spoken
        • Goal-oriented attitude
        • Willingness to continuously improve and develop new skills
        • Proven teamwork experience, communication and efficient collaboration skills
        • Availability to travel and perform work stages abroad
        Working arrangements/Conditions of employment:
        • Full time position, based in Bucharest - Magurele, Romania .
        • Included: private medical coverage, paid annual leave.
        • Motivating salary, at European level, based on qualifications and experience.
        • The candidate should be available to travel abroad for scientific collaboration at various research infrastructures, for part of their time.
        The applications shall be accompanied by the documents requested in the Rules of Selection for this position.
        The applications shall be sent to the Human Resources Department at