Technical Specialist (Electrical Systems)

Location
Bristol
Salary
Salary: £33,199 - £37,345
Posted
29 Mar 2019
Closes
28 Apr 2019
Sector
Education

Are you passionate about electric drives and invertor systems? Do you have an excellent knowledge of electric drives, their use, design and safe implementation? Would you like to be part of an innovative and developmental teaching and research environment? Yes, read on…

The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Bristol seeks an enthusiastic, Electrical Systems Technical Specialist.

The role will support Faculty of Engineering staff and researchers to deploy and use electric drives and invertor systems to support research activities. You will be comfortable with first principles use and configuration of electric drives and invertors. Your expert knowledge will allow you advise others in how best to use electric drives, to the edge of their capability, and for novel and ingenious applications. You will understand the health and safety implications arising from design and installation decisions and be happy ensuring they are managed. You will be able to explain your knowledge to, and advise others, in a clear and confident manner.

Located in the Faculty of Engineering in the heart of our Clifton Campus you will facilitate the use of electric drives and invertors to support cutting-edge research.

This post is being offered on a full time, open-ended contract. Job sharing and flexible working hours are negotiable. The University offers excellent employee benefits, including a generous annual leave entitlement, pension schemes and continual opportunities for staff development and training.

For informal discussion about the posts, you are welcome to contact:

Darren Roderick, engf-tehnicalservices@bristol.ac.uk

It is anticipated that interviews will take place shortly after the closing date.

We appreciate and value difference, seeking to attract, develop and retain a diverse mix of talented people that will contribute to the overall success of Bristol and help maintain our position as one of the world’s leading universities.