|Helios 2 Operator - Mechanical
The Helios 2 accelerator system has been in Singapore Synchrotron Light Source (SSLS) since 1998. Helios 2 accelerator system stores the electron beam of more than 300 mA at energy 700 MeV. It mainly includes the following subsystems, (1) a storage ring; (2) a cryogenics system; (3) a Microtron injector; (4) a RF system; and (5) a control system. Each system has its own power supplies, cooling water suppliers and compressed air supplies. The Helios 2 has a capacity to service as many as 21 beam lines for different research purposes and teaching applications. Currently there are six beam lines connect to Helios 2. We invite the highly motivated talents to fill the following positions.
Helios 2 Operator - Mechanical
• Conduct the daily Helios 2 operation.
• Work on extended shift when request by users.
• Work with the engineers conducting the regular maintenance the facility rotating equipment such pumps, compressors etc
• Work with the engineers conducting maintenance of the cryogenics system, compressed air system and cooling water system, etc.
• Troubleshoot and solve the mechanical parts failures such as water leakage, air leakage and pressure pipe gas leakage and vacuum leakage, etc.
• Sort and order the water fittings and air fittings, pressure gauges.
• At least a diploma in mechanical engineering.
• At least 5 years’ working experience in industrial mechanical equipment maintenance.
• Experience in cryogenics engineering is preferred.
• Experience in vacuum technology is also preferred.
• Willing to do extended shift.
• Willing to approach the Helios 2 critical call out after office hours such night, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday.
• A good team player.
• Highly motivated and possess good analytical, interpersonal and communication skills.
The position will be open until a suitable candidate has accepted the job offer. The announcement will then be withdrawn from SSLS’ and NUS’ websites.
Please send your application with a CV, copies of supporting documents (educational certificates, testimonials etc) and a recent photograph to:
HR & Recruitment
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