Argonne National Laboratory Survey Technician - Electromechanical (Adjunct) in Lemont, Illinois
Survey Technician - Electromechanical (Adjunct)
Requisition Number: 4659 Location: Lemont, IL
Functional Area: Division: AES-APS Engineering Support Division
Employment Category: Regular Shift: 8:00 - 4:30
Level (Grade): 119360 Share: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
Assist in installation, alignment, and maintenance of accurate physical position the APS machine components. Duties include assisting in maintenance of horizontal and vertical control networks for the APS complex, accelerator and beamline component fiducialization, alignment of the accelerator system and X-ray beamline components, calibrating survey equipment, testing and evaluation of prototypes of component support and alignment systems.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience:
- The applicant is required to have survey experience.
- Formal training in surveying, metrology, or alignment technology is required.
- Good analytical aptitude with a willingness to tackle new and challenging problems of engineering or scientific nature.
- Ability to operate surveying and optical tooling equipment is necessary.
- Attention to detail and accurate logging and reporting of measurement data are required as well as willingness to learn new alignment technology and operate state-of-the-art survey equipment.
- Knowledge of surveying, metrology, and alignment technology.
- Basic math, geometry and trigonometry.
- Analytical aptitude, detail orientation.
- Basic PC and IT skills.
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