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Subject: Software Engineering Position
From: SIBLEY@BATES.MIT.EDU
To: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Date: Wed, 5 Jun 1996 15:32:15 -0400 (EDT)
 
Job Description: 
 
The Bates Linear Accelerator Center is seeking a Software Engineer or Software 
Programmer to make a major contribution to the conversion of the Bates Control 
System to use the Experimental Physics and Industrial Control System, EPICS.  
The primary responsibilities include writing controls software for a Real Time 
Control System and implementing existing software modules which are included 
in EPICS.  The control system uses PC's running DOS, LINUX, Windows 95 or NT, 
Motorola VME processors running VxWorks or UNIX to control and monitor the 
accelerator hardware and UNIX workstations for the User interface.  
Responsibilities will include writing device drivers, interrupt service 
routines, device support modules, and other custom code to run under the EPICS 
core software.  Integration of the control system database into a real time 
object oriented database will also be required.  The programmer will be working 
with other controls engineers, programmers and Accelerator Physicists in the 
design, debugging and operational phases of implementation.  Being on call and 
occasional shift work should be expected. 
 
Qualifications: 
 
Minimum of a BS in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, or other 
related discipline and 5 years experience working in a real time controls 
environment.  Expertise in C and UNIX and a working knowledge of real time 
operating systems, C++ and Object Oriented systems are required.  Familiarity 
with X-Windows, Motif, graphical user interfaces, VxWorks, Windows NT, LINUX 
are desirable.  Knowledge of standard hardware interface protocols such as 
IEEE 488.2, RS232, and CAMAC are also highly desirable.  The individual for 
this position must have good written and verbal communications skills, be 
able to work independently with a minimal amount of supervision, and as a team 
member in the EE Group. 
 
Please contact 
Coles Sibley, EE Group Leader

sibley@aesir.mit.edu
21 Manning Road
Middleton MA 01949

office	617-253-9518
fax 	617-253-9599


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