Electro-Mechanical Device Analyst, Aldermaston

Electro-Mechanical Device Analyst

Reference: 1215510047

8th July 2008 at 10:40 BST by Nikki Ambler. Permalink.

Our client is seeking an Electro-Mechanical Device Analyst to be a key member of the research and design team working on strong link safety barriers which are the main safety components in nuclear weapon fuzing and firing systems. The successful candidate will undertake mechanical concept and design analysis to support the development of technical solutions.




Competitive salary depending on qualifications and experience

Job Responsibilities

Develop and improve a demonstrable capability in nuclear warhead safety and security system design and development.

In particular:

Analysis of electro-mechanical technologies; design and development of electro-mechanical systems.

Responsible to the respective task manager(s) for:

Analysis of electro-mechanical systems, including requirements capture, specification, design, test, verification and validation.

Liaison with other sections, contractors and external organisations involved in technology development and component design/manufacture supporting Programme Element activities, placing and monitoring contracts where necessary.

Maintaining at all times adequate design records and documentation to demonstrate fitness for purpose of the design and to ensure that customer quality requirements as laid down in the relevant Quality Plan are satisfied.

Planning, monitoring and reporting progress of work carried out, reporting deviations to the Task Manager.

Liaison with US colleagues with respect to collaborative design and information interchange on system requirements, technologies, design methodologies and techniques.

Ensure personal performance and development is actively managed to meet current and future business needs.

for more details contact ERS Tel: 01454 203 460 or Submit an CV cv@energy.co.uk


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