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As Diagnostics Coordinating Scientist, you will lead the designs and implementation of a range of spectroscopic systems, in particular for the Vacuum Ultraviolet (VUV) and X-Ray spectroscopic diagnostic systems.
You will specify, lead and coordinate work in the laboratories and institutes of the ITER Organization (IO) Partners, including any relevant supporting Research & Development (R&D).
You also will manage the scope, schedule, safety, quality control and cost of procuring the diagnostic spectroscopy systems and supporting hardware, through specified procurement packages and by direct contracts.
Finally you will support the coordinated and synchronized integration of the above mentioned diagnostics and potentially other diagnostics as required, especially in the ports but also all other relevant parts of ITER machine, such as galleries and diagnostics building.
The Port Plugs and Diagnostic Integration Division has the function to provide all the Diagnostics for ITER along with the engineering infrastructures and test system to support these. The Ex-Vessel Section will take responsibility for approximately half of the diagnostics and guide them through design, manufacturing, installation and commissioning always keeping efficient operation in view. The Division also has an In-vessel Diagnostics Section along with an Engineering Section that manages engineering justification and integration.