POSITION: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has an opening for a Mechanical & Alignment Engineer in Berkeley, CA.
Duties: Provide significantly skilled hands-on complex technical, analytical, and computational survey and alignment support for accelerator and scientific instrumentation. Responsible for analyzing, developing, and utilizing a variety of high precision survey and alignment techniques and technologies in supporting accelerator and related facilities at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and other Department of Energy (DOE) and collaborating laboratories. Utilize technical, mathematical, and computer related knowledge and skills to complete survey and alignment tasks and to analyze and solve moderately complex technical problems. Proactively conduct responsibilities for major parts of the accelerator survey and alignment tasks at the Advanced Light Source (ALS) and other facilities. Support a long-term project from the preliminary design to the final installation and quality assurance of high technology components; design and organize tests for R&D of new techniques for survey and alignment. Develop a reliable and strong database management system for survey data. Develop and optimize work procedures for all S&A routine tasks. Write work instructions for outside contractors.
Requirements: Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or related technical field and 5 years of experience in job offered or mechanical engineering related occupation.
This position is eligible for LBNL's Employee Referral Program benefit(s).
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