Current Vacancies

Electronics Assembly Technician

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Applications are invited for the post of Flight Electronic Assembly Technician at MSSL to support the Laboratory’s space science instrumentation programme.

Senior Teaching Fellow in Technology Management

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MSSL is seeking to appoint a Senior Teaching Fellow to our Technology Management group. The successful applicant will contribute significantly to the teaching and training activities of the Technology Management Group at MSSL, dedicating most of their time to academic Masters-level teaching at UCL’s main campus in London, and to industrial training at various locations in the UK and overseas. The successful applicant may also have the opportunity to conduct project management or systems engineering for one or more instrumentation development projects at MSSL. The post will be based at Holmbury St Mary (Surrey) or central London, to suit the applicant’s circumstances (although travel to both sites will be necessary).

Electronics Technician

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We are seeking a new Electronics Technician to join our Electronics Engineering Group. The post holder will work within project teams to assist with the design and test activities that go on in the course of the development of electronics sub-systems for the Laboratory’s space projects. As well as being necessary to support instrument development, this work is seen as a training environment for the more demanding tasks that can be undertaken when experience is gained.

SMILE SXI Instrument Software Scientist

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A new postdoctoral position has been created at UCL’s Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL, based at Holmbury St. Mary, near Dorking in Surrey), the home of UCL’s Department of Space and Climate Physics. For administrative purposes the Department is part of the UCL Faculty of Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MAPS). The position will entail creating and analysing science and instrument simulations, and designing and coding elements of the Soft X-ray Imager (SXI) Pipeline Processing Software. The SXI is the primary instrument onboard the SMILE (Solar wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer, http://www.mssl.ucl.ac.uk/SMILE/) mission which is currently under joint development by the European Space Agency and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Mechanical Designer

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Applications are invited for the post of Mechanical Designer in the mechanical and thermal engineering group at MSSL to support the Laboratory’s space science instrumentation.

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