We are seeking an experienced Cyclotron Engineer to maintain and service our 2 new GE Cyclotrons.

Duties and responsibilities include:

Operate the site’s Cyclotron(s) in accordance with established and sound engineering operating practices and procedures.
Set targets.
Perform target system preventive maintenance.
Perform routine, scheduled, non-routine and emergency maintenance.
Troubleshoot and diagnose issues as they arise.
Work with manufacturer on installations and all related matters pertaining to the Cyclotron’s operations.
Work with and responsible for related equipment to include: high vacuum systems, electro-pneumatic systems, water systems, high voltage, target and high power RF systems.
Perform and ensure radiation safety duties are being met for compliance with all regulations.
Maintain data and prepare related reports pertaining to the Cyclotron(s) and their performance.
Keep management informed regarding equipment operations.
Assist with the technical and safety training of staff and personnel regarding the Cyclotron and related equipment operations and matters.
Assist with related projects as needed.
A degree or associates degree in a related discipline with preference in electronics or mechanical engineering.
A minimum of 3 years of solid and progressive all around Cyclotron experience preferably in anuclear pharmacy environment, along with experience with basic electronic test equipment, multimeters, oscilloscope and network analyzers.
Prior experience with GE Cyclotrons preferred.
Able to read, understand and interpret accelerator mechanical and electrical drawings.
Good communication, analytical, organization and pc skills to include Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Will require shift work, on-call, holiday and weekend work.
Some overnight travel may be required.
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