The successful candidate will be the Simons Observatory subsystem Project Engineer for Princeton University and must establish and maintain a deeply-technical understanding of these systems and how the Princeton team's contributions add constructively to the effectiveness of the overall effort.
Simons Observatory is a $45M project across multiple institutions, developing a suite of instruments to measure the Cosmic Microwave Background in Chile.
The Project Engineer will:
Communicate with stakeholders to define subsystem requirements and ensure the project is on track to achieve them.
Determine and maintain schedules, identify risks and develop risk mitigation, identify tasks and performingpersonnel.
Drive reviews and track progress of integration and test plan.
Execute/Lead design and fabrication tasks relevant to subsystem development.
A Ph.D in Physics is required.
Two years of project management experience is preferred.
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