Avis de recrutement : ITER recrute un(e) Technicien(ne) d’assemblage d’alimentations basé en France.







As an Assembly Technician, you will support magnet feeder engineers for all activities required to complete the Feeder assembly at ITER construction site, including but not limited to: installing ITER superconducting magnet feeder and integrating feeder sub-systems at construction site; supervising on-site assembly activities; witnessing acceptance test; supporting the preparation of IO feeder trial assembly procedure and supporting the qualification of construction contractor’s special process operators, in addition to witnessing the commission of custom-built assembly tool.


The Magnet System is involved in the Plasma confinement and control, and is made of 48 superconducting coils and modules. The ITER Magnet Feeder consists of 31 Feeders distributed around the Tokamak. Each Feeder is composed of many sub-systems that are provided through a Procurement Arrangement with IO. Today we are receiving many of these sub-systems, inspecting them and installing with our assembly contractor on site. This Installation also includes their specific connection all together up to their main interfaces: Coils terminal region inside the Cryostat and the different systems in the Tokamak galleries.

Key Duties, Scope, and Level of Accountability

  • Provides support for personnel qualification for Feeder special processes activities and on-site assembly;
  • Performs on-site supervision of feeder on site assembly and construction activities and submits necessary reports;
  • Contributes to the installation, testing, commissioning and maintenance of an integrated Feeder mock up station;
  • Witnesses the commissioning of customs-built tool and verifies the procedure for tooling operation;
  • Supports the preparation of various documentation, including assembly/construction reports, layout/assembly procedures, engineering dossiers (EWP), inventories etc. related to feeder activities;
  • Supports the execution of receiving and inspection tests (RITs) including checking the integrity of external and internal components, vacuum leak tests, endoscope inspections of pipe and duct internal region, dimensional inspections at functional interfaces, resistance measurement of sensor, and high voltage test of busbar insulation;
  • Supports the supervision of component repairs with outstanding nonconformities, including but not limited to repair of a silver plated joint surface, pipe cleaning up, etc.;
  • Ensures the normal operation in feeder mock up facility is maintained as much as possible and controls the inventories of equipment, tools, parts, components, and consumables.
  • May be required to work outside ITER Organization reference working hours, including nights, week-ends and public holidays.

Measure of Effectiveness

  • Provides technical support and safety awareness to the operators for the qualification of the feeder joint assembly and insulation activities, within the planned time frame;
  • Assists efficiently to establish, organize and maintain the feeder facility with planned functionality and meeting safety codes;
  • Writes and maintains up-to-date and clear documents;
  • Delivers high quality and timely work products;
  • Finds practical, cost-effective, manageable and efficient solutions to issues;
  • Collaborates effectively with a team of engineers, technicians, welders to perform complex assembly, qualification, and quality control activities associated with the feeder system.

Experience & Profile

Professional Experience:

Minimum 5 years’ experience of factory or in-field experience in large component assembly within complex international environments or projects.


  • Bachelor degree or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering field or other relevant discipline;
  • The required education degree may be substituted by extensive professional experience involving similar work responsibilities and/or additional training certificates in relevant domains.

Language requirements:

Fluent in English (written and spoken).

✔️ Date limite : 14 février 2023

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