Cryogenic Engineer

Lansing, MI
Job Requisition: 6999

Cryogenics Engineer (Direct Hire)

Lansing, MI


Job Requisition: 6999

Description for Cryogenics Engineer:

This is a well-funded start up that makes radio isotopes and very specialized super conducting electron accelerators. 


This Cryogenic Engineer based in the state capital of Michigan (Lansing) will be responsible for R&D work to design and develop customized pressure vessels and piping assemblies used in a variety of temperature and pressure ranges, which includes cryogenic applications. Additional responsibilities will include mechanical projects from cradle to grave, and this co is special because: 


  • Only company in the world that can build and operate superconducting electron accelerators

  • Licensed by the NRC to work with radioactive materials, including uranium

  • Operates an in-house radiochemistry facility to extract and purify solid, liquid, and gaseous radioactive isotopes

Responsibilities for Cryogenics Engineer:

  • Excellent technical, communication and interpersonal skills.

Requirements for Cryogenics Engineer:

  • Upgrade and maintain existing 4° K refrigerators and distribution systems in support of the production of radio isotopes utilizing linear particle accelerators as part of the radio pharmaceutical fight to stop cancer and save lives
  • Work on design, construction, and installation, maintenance of large 4° K refrigeration systems for production of Mo-99 and other fission products from uranium
  • Manage projects and perform test procedures to validate product quality and/or efficiency
  • Support and or write technical reports, papers, articles, and presentations
  • Operate mechanical systems*Visas will work too, light relocation expected.*Salary+ good benefits, possible bonus and stock.   Co has FDA approval to product Mo99/Tc.  

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