To lead and manage the Engineering Domain (ENGN) to support the Director-General (DG) of the ITER Organization (IO) to achieve the ITER Project’s objectives, including acting as delegated Design Authority and Integrator of the ITER Plant as a nuclear installation, to assure implementation of systems engineering and configuration management, to ensure the overall coherence of functional and safety performances of the Project in accordance with the ITER regulations and IO rules, and the project requirements, with strict technical baseline management and engineering activities. This Domain also has specific responsibilities for design, manufacturing and delivery of the systems to be mainly installed post-First Plasma, in close collaboration and communication with other Domains and Domestic Agencies (DAs).
ENGN is established as one of the four Domains within the IO, and is an integrational domain of the ITER Project. Its responsibilities includes configuration management, systems engineering and design engineering activities for post-First Plasma components, in close cooperation with Construction and Science & Operations Domains and DAs, and supported by Corporate Domain. If captive components for these systems will be installed before First Plasma, this domain will work with Construction Domain to ensure the proper execution of their installation.
Master or equivalent degree.
Engineering or other relevant discipline.
At least 20 years.