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Cryogenics Technician / Kryotekniker

Eltekniker
Läs mer Sep 21
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

Others have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space. Now we are building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:

The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we now need a Cryogenics Technician and Operator to join our Cryogenics Group.

The role primarily involves supporting the cryogenic engineers and communicating with colleagues, consultants and suppliers to ensure safe and timely commissioning and stable operation of the relevant equipment and processes of the ESS machine. Training for special maintenance tasks and cryogenic operation activities will be provided.

As our next cryogenics technician/operator, you will enjoy a varied and diverse workload. Your tasks will include things like installation of cryomodules and related equipment; commissioning, acceptance testing and operating of integrated compressor, coldbox, cryogenic distribution and client systems; filling liquid helium and nitrogen dewars, performing leak tests and fault searches; carrying out scheduled and unscheduled maintenance; developing guidelines and procedures for safe operations as well as documenting interactions and occurrences with respect to the cryogenic system.

About you:

To thrive with us in the Cryogenics group, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get your hands dirty!

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you'll have a background as certified electrician or mechanic - however relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. Experience of working on cryogenic systems is desirable, but is not a requirement since relevant training will be provided when needed.

It would be great if you can bring prior experience of commissioning or operating/maintaining large process installations and machines, such as power plants, paper mills, waste handling plants, etc. We need someone who can read and understand Pipes and Instruments Diagrams (P&IDs;) and electrical schematics and who has handled pressurised systems and/or liquefied gasses including leak tests. If you also have prior experience of troubleshooting PLC's, remote IO, network switches and related connectivity and compatibility problems, this would be a distinct advantage.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible! On-call duty and occasional shift work will be required as necessary.

What can we offer?

Aside from the chance to work at a truly unique "big science" project, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 25 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.

If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

Certain roles at ESS require health and safety checks, which may be required in the final stages of the recruitment process.

We review applications continuously, so don’t miss out! Submit your application as soon as soon as you can and quote the job reference number ESD-20309 in your application. We will close this recruitment as soon as the right candidates have been secured - so apply sooner rather than later!

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact the Philipp Arnold – Cryogenics Group Leader – via philipp.arnold@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Survey, Alignment and Metrology (SAM) Technician

Produktionstekniker, maskin/verkstad
Läs mer Sep 26
Nytt
The European Spallation Source, ESS, a partnership of European countries, is hiring motivated and inspired people to plan, design, and construct the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in different fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe.


ESS can offer a variety of things, such as passionate and international colleagues, a vibrant melting pot of diversity, and a challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment. We value and need expertise, innovative minds and people from all over the world.

Come and change the world with us!

ESS is now looking for a Survey, Alignment and Metrology Technician for the Survey, Alignment & Metrology (SAM) Section organized within the Project Directorate. The SAM Section is providing central technical services to all ESS projects during design, manufacturing, installation, operation and maintenance phases.

 The section’s mandate includes:
- Geodetic aspects of the reference systems, establishment and maintenance of the geodetic reference network.
- Accurate positioning of beam line components according to specifications.
- Geometrical control, inspection and metrology works on the beam components, target elements and neutron instruments.
- Precise assembly support, Fiducialization measurements and reverse engineering measurements.
- As-built measurements (controlling building construction and critical components prior installation)
- Ensure integration of existing and future machine and experiments upgrades from Alignment point of view. 

The vacant position offers a unique chance to join a small technical team, highly skilled and focused on delivering effective support to the organization. A dynamic and ever-changing workload is expected for the coming years during the installation phase, and will slowly transition to an increased focus on supporting ESS scientific user community, operation and maintenance of the facility.

Job description

As Survey, Alignment and Metrology technician, you will be introduced to all specific instrumentations, tools and process already implement in the SAM Section. You will learn how to operate laser tracker, laser scanner, photogrammetry and other surveying equipment. You will be introduced to the processing, analysis and reporting of the data collected using a set of metrology software’s. You will be participating in exciting and very challenging assembly works on the field.

Your main responsibilities:


• Initially under the supervision of a SAM engineer, you will participate to all SAM job requests on the field to get used to the instrumentation and processes: you will be marking on the floor, scanning component, stationing instruments, drilling concrete to install references, acting on adjustment mechanisms to move heavy load on a very precise and controlled manner.
• In the office, you will learn how to extract data from the CAD system and also assist in the processing of the measurements using our set of metrology software.
• You will help in maintaining the Metrology Lab with its set of instruments and tools.

Description of the successful applicant 

The profile, character and personality of the individual ESS is searching for includes:


• A quick learner who enjoys working in a constantly changing working environment;
• Is structured and meticulous in their working methods;
• Is consistently motivated to deliver work which meets the needs and expectations from the organization and work packages;
• Has an outgoing, respectful and engaging personality;
• Clear and concise communication skills to ensure requirements and details are fully understood between all parties;
• Must have a strong attention to detail
• Open minded to discover new or niche technologies.

Qualifications and experience shall include:


• Practical hands-on mechanical experience supporting large-scale construction and/or installations projects
• Experience with CAD tools is an advantage
• Driven license category B is a must
• Excellent oral and written communication skills in English

Duration & Location

This is a permanent position with six months initial probationary period. 

Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact

Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For some roles at ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and thus this might be applicable in the final parts of the recruitment process. The applicant is expected to be fit to perform the applicable tasks of this recruitment. 

This position is open until filled. Please submit your application as soon as possible. 

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. 

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Fabien Rey, Group Leader Integration Services, fabien.rey@ess.eu.

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Kate Quaak, kathryn.quaak@ess.eu.

For trade union information please contact Unionen / Conny Wendt at +46 72 179 24 63. 

or SACO / Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers/  Yngve Levinson at +46 72 179 22 04.

 

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Survey, Alignment and Metrology Technician

Serviceingenjör, metallurgi
Läs mer Sep 27
Nytt
The European Spallation Source, ESS, a partnership of European countries, is hiring motivated and inspired people to plan, design, and construct the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in different fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe.


ESS can offer a variety of things, such as passionate and international colleagues, a vibrant melting pot of diversity, and a challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment. We value and need expertise, innovative minds and people from all over the world.

Come and change the world with us!

ESS is now looking for a Survey, Alignment and Metrology Technician for the Survey, Alignment & Metrology (SAM) Section organized within the Project Directorate. The SAM Section is providing central technical services to all ESS projects during design, manufacturing, installation, operation and maintenance phases.

 The section’s mandate includes:
- Geodetic aspects of the reference systems, establishment and maintenance of the geodetic reference network.
- Accurate positioning of beam line components according to specifications.
- Geometrical control, inspection and metrology works on the beam components, target elements and neutron instruments.
- Precise assembly support, Fiducialization measurements and reverse engineering measurements.
- As-built measurements (controlling building construction and critical components prior installation)
- Ensure integration of existing and future machine and experiments upgrades from Alignment point of view. 

The vacant position offers a unique chance to join a small technical team, highly skilled and focused on delivering effective support to the organization. A dynamic and ever-changing workload is expected for the coming years during the installation phase, and will slowly transition to an increased focus on supporting ESS scientific user community, operation and maintenance of the facility.

Job description

As Survey, Alignment and Metrology technician, you will be introduced to all specific instrumentations, tools and process already implement in the SAM Section. You will learn how to operate laser tracker, laser scanner, photogrammetry and other surveying equipment. You will be introduced to the processing, analysis and reporting of the data collected using a set of metrology software’s. You will be participating in exciting and very challenging assembly works on the field.

Your main responsibilities:


• Initially under the supervision of a SAM engineer, you will participate to all SAM job requests on the field to get used to the instrumentation and processes: you will be marking on the floor, scanning component, stationing instruments, drilling concrete to install references, acting on adjustment mechanisms to move heavy load on a very precise and controlled manner.
• In the office, you will learn how to extract data from the CAD system and also assist in the processing of the measurements using our set of metrology software.
• You will help in maintaining the Metrology Lab with its set of instruments and tools.

Description of the successful applicant 

The profile, character and personality of the individual ESS is searching for includes:


• A quick learner who enjoys working in a constantly changing working environment;
• Is structured and meticulous in their working methods;
• Is consistently motivated to deliver work which meets the needs and expectations from the organization and work packages;
• Has an outgoing, respectful and engaging personality;
• Clear and concise communication skills to ensure requirements and details are fully understood between all parties;
• Must have a strong attention to detail
• Open minded to discover new or niche technologies.

Qualifications and experience shall include:


• Practical hands-on mechanical experience supporting large-scale construction and/or installations projects
• Experience with CAD tools is an advantage
• Driven license category B is a must
• Excellent oral and written communication skills in English

Duration & Location

This is a permanent position with six months initial probationary period. 

Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact

Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For some roles at ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and thus this might be applicable in the final parts of the recruitment process. The applicant is expected to be fit to perform the applicable tasks of this recruitment. 

This position is open until filled. Please submit your application as soon as possible. 

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. 

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Fabien Rey, Group Leader Integration Services, fabien.rey@ess.eu.

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Kate Quaak, kathryn.quaak@ess.eu.

For trade union information please contact Unionen / Conny Wendt at +46 72 179 24 63. 

or SACO / Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers/  Yngve Levinson at +46 72 179 22 04.

 

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Safety Engineer for Critical Control Systems

Kontrollingenjör, kemiteknik
Läs mer Sep 21
The European Spallation Source ERIC, ESS, is hiring motivated and inspired people to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. ESS is based in the university city Lund, Sweden and is a partnership of 13 European countries.

ESS is looking for a Safety engineer, as part of one of the teams working with the Integrated Control Systems (ICS), responsible for the design, construction, commissioning and operation of control systems for all parts of the ESS facility.

 

About the team
The tasks and responsibilities of the Protection Systems Group as part of ICS, is the design, realization, operation and consolidation of:


• The ESS Machine Protection System of Systems,
• The Personnel Safety Systems,
• The Gas Detection Systems (e.g. Oxygen Deficiency Hazard (ODH) Detection Systems or Hydrogen Detection Systems).

 

These systems are critical for the successful and safe operation of the facility and are highly integrated into the design of the whole facility. 

About the role
As the successful candidate and future Safety engineer you will be to coordinate the different lifecycle phases for specific personnel safety systems (PSS) but you will also be involved in the design and verification processes of several machine protection systems. This includes but is not limited to:


• Development, verification and documentation of interfaces between personnel safety systems or machine protection systems and equipment in the accelerator, target station and neutron instruments. Ensure compliance with the associated safety or protection integrity levels and reaction times.
• Actively collect, evaluate and optimize requirements from the different stakeholders necessary to design personnel safety systems and machine protection systems.
• Perform engineering design and related duties. Ensure that designs comply with relevant standards, regulations and procedures and that designs are in line with ESS availability goals.
• Actively assist during the installation and the different tests of personnel safety systems machine protection systems (factory acceptance test, site acceptance test, site integration and final integration tests).

About you
We believe that you have: 


• Masters or Bachelors degree in Engineering, or other relevant experience


• Hands-on experience with designing, integrating, analyzing, and/or optimizing the performance of critical systems
• Experience with requirements solicitation and verification


• Experience in working with complex systems and within a multicultural environment
• Knowledge in PLC programming and automation would be an assett
• Knowledge in electrical control systems design would be an assett
• Previous experience of working in a cross functional role would be an asset
• Familiarity with the International Functional Safety Standard IEC 61511 or IEC 61508 is an advantage
• Awareness and ability to add value through creative solutions to complex problems.
• Possess excellent communication and presentation skills,
• Perfectly master English in oral and written form

What ESS will offer
At ESS you can expect:


• an opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science
• a work environment filled with innovative minds and people from all over the world
• a challenging, exciting and high-paced work environment
• market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities, and achievements
• benefits including 30 days of annual leave as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours, flexible working arrangements and focus on work life balance
• and where applicable relocation support and allowances may also be available

Duration & Location
The position is a three year fixed term role with work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact
Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For this role, ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and will be applicable in the final part of the recruitment process.

The deadline for applications is 5 October, 2022 please note that we will review applications continuously, so kindly submit your application at the earliest convenience.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process.

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Annika Nordt, annika.nordt@ess.eu  

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Kathryn Quaak, kathryn.quaak@ess.eu

For trade union information please contact Unionen / Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO / Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers / Yngve Levinsen, Yngve.Levinsen@ess.eu

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Neutron Polarisation and Optics Technician

Kvalitetsingenjör/-tekniker, elkraft
Läs mer Aug 2
The European Spallation Source is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking “Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron source for research in the world when it is fully operational in 2027.

ESS is now looking for a Neutron Polarisation and Optics Technician to join our Instrument Technologies team to support our neutron polarisation and neutron optics activities.

About the role:

You will begin by supporting the neutron polarisation equipment construction and neutron optics equipment site acceptance tests, quality control and alignment in collaboration with other teams at ESS, Institute Laue-Langevin (ILL) and other institutes.

No two work days are ever the same. The variety of tasks include, but are not limited to:


• Acquiring technical and safety knowledge of the constituents of neutron polarisation equipment.
• Building neutron polarisation equipment, commissioning and maintaining the equipment at the ESS, including a centralised polarisation system to be built at the ILL.
• Supporting user experiments that use neutron polarisation equipment.
• Building, commissioning and maintaining neutron optics equipment with the NSS Project Division teams.
• Maintaining the neutron polarisation & optics lab facilities and performing other workshop tasks including administrative aspects and documentation, procurement, stock control and inventory.

Shift work and on-call duties will be required as necessary. We will collaborate with the ILL in building a significant part of the equipment, and your work will very likely include a 12-18 month secondment to the ILL in Grenoble, France.

About you:

To thrive with us, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get your hands dirty!

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you are a certified professional education in a field of engineering or science and you bring significant experience in an engineering or other highly technical environment. Relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold.

What we are building is similar in complexity to medical equipment prototypes. We therefore need someone who


• Has proven mechanical dexterity and can manipulate precision jobs and assemble complex parts.
• Understands mechanical technical drawings and can perform loading/cutting calculations,
• Has experience with basic workshop equipment such as machining, soldering, for example.

Prior experience with laser systems and laser safety - and with mechanical and electronic processes - would be a distinct advantage.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We need you to be proactive in acquiring new knowledge and developing new skills. The tasks must be done well, on time and often unsupervised - so we need a hands-on self-starter who works in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way. Formal safety trainings and a safe working history is a definite plus. With people having a diverse level of expertise working together, we're looking for a real team player: Someone who has excellent communication skills, who likes to work with different people, and is flexible in their approach.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 25 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.
• Interested? We sure hope so.

If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

Certain roles at ESS require health and safety checks, which may be required in the final stages of the recruitment process.

The last day for receiving application is Friday, September 30th 2022 - so submit your application as soon as soon as you can. Please quote the job reference number ESD-15051 in your application.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager - Oliver Kirstein -  at oliver.kirstein@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Laboratory Engineer

Laboratorieingenjör, metallurgi
Läs mer Aug 18
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:

The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we now need Laboratory/Mechanical Engineer to join our Mechanical Engineering and Technology Section.

As the job title suggests, this role represents a unique opportunity for a laboratory or mechanical engineer to experience the best of both worlds: Hands-on mechanical design work, coupled with practical laboratory-based procedures, processes and experiments.

Our next Lab/Mech Engineer will enjoy a role that has a great variety and diversity of tasks. No two days will be the same. One day, you could be designing vacuum parts and components using 3D and 2D CAD or participating directly in the system assembly and installation operations; whilst the next day you might be performing basic FEA studies or establishing measurement validation methodologies.

About you:

To thrive with us in the team, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get your hands dirty! We imagine that the successful candidate will have significant prior experience working in similar "Big Science" facilities, such as synchrotrons, particle accelerators, etc.

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications, such as Higher Technical or University engineering degree in mechanical engineering or similar engineering degree. However relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold.

In this unique and interesting role, we really need someone with a good level of competency with 3D & 2D design using CAD and CATIA. The ideal candidate will have deep knowledge of both Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing and its application to production drawings under ISO standards, as well as the rules and norms for mechanical manufacturing in accordance with applicable and interfacing electrical regulations.

Prior experience of conducting Non-Destructive Testing and laboratory measurements would be a distinct advantage. A key element of this role will be the publish experimental results and scientific papers - so an established academic publication history is desirable.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

This is a permanent role based at the ESS Campus in Lund, Sweden and we'd love you to be able to start as soon as possible!

Interested? We sure hope so.

If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

Certain roles at ESS require health and safety checks, which may be required in the final stages of the recruitment process.

The last day for receiving applications is Friday, 30th September 2022. Please quote the job reference number ESD-17358 in your application. Please note that we are advertising this position on a variety of platforms and we reserve the right to close the position should a suitable candidate be found before the closing date.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact the hiring manager - Nick Gazis - at nick.gazis@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Detector Electronics Technician

Installationsingenjör
Läs mer Sep 16
The Machine Directorate at the European Spallation Source (ESS) invites applications for a Detector Electronics Technician position at the ESS headquarters in Lund, Sweden.

 Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the group:


The Detector Group is part of the Neutron Scattering Systems (NSS) Project Division under the Machine Directorate. Our Division provides the design, construction and operation of the neutron instruments at the ESS. The Detector Group routinely collaborates with partners worldwide to provide novel neutron detectors to the NSS, meeting challenging requirements with diverse technologies, many adopted from other disciplines.

About the role:

This position provides an opportunity for the successful candidate to make a tangible contribution to the creation of a world-class research facility. Ideally, you are an accomplished detector electronics technician, with experience in the construction, commissioning, testing, installation, integration and operation of electronics, racks, and data acquisition systems. Experience with the types of neutron detectors to be deployed at the ESS instruments is a plus. 

You will provide expertise to the detector build teams and will work closely with other members of the Detector Services Section. While the main working space will be the detector facility (Utgård), tasks will need to be performed at the Source Facility (at close by Lund University).

Utgård is a workshop equipped to the highest standards to be utilized for realizing next- generation neutron detector technologies. The Source Facility allows for prototypes to be subjected to well-controlled fields of radiation You may be required to visit collaborating partners and neutron centres worldwide, as necessary.

About you:


We are looking for a self-motivated individual with demonstrable experience in building electronics for detector demonstrators (ideally for neutrons) or similar devices including practical experience in technical workshops. In particular, you possess the following knowledge, skills and competences:


• A bachelor degree in electronics, physics, or electronic engineering with relevant work experience.
• Experience working in an international research environment will be considered a plus.
• Detailed knowledge of detector front-end electronics and data acquisition as well as a demonstrated record of the construction, commissioning, testing, installation, integration and operation of such equipment.
• A strong understanding of grounding issues at accelerator facilities and experience with suppressing sources of electronic noise.
• Very good oral and written English skills. A knowledge of other European languages would be advantageous.
• Strong computing and programming (C++ and/or Python) skills will be considered a plus.
• A willingness to travel.

Your profile:


• You are self-motivated, with the ability to work both unsupervised but also as a part of a team. You fit into our team culture and share our team values. Multitasking and reliably meeting deadlines are not an issue.
• You combine your hands-on approach with your ability to listen to deliver for the team. Together with your flexibility, this allows you to quickly react to unforeseen challenges to produce novel solutions to advanced technical requests.
• You comply with all safety regulations and best practices, all the while paying attention to detail, and always striving for the utmost quality and refining methods and techniques to improve the detector deliverable.

Duration
This is a temporary 3 year assignment to start October 15, 2022.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

Certain roles at ESS require health and safety checks, which may be required in the final stages of the recruitment process.

The last day for receiving application is September 30th 2022 - so submit your application as soon as soon as you can.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please contact the hiring manager Zivile Kraujalyte, Zivile.Kraujalyte@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact recruitment officer Kathryn Quaak Kathryn.Quaak@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Installation and Maintenance Engineer

Drift- och underhållsingenjör, anläggning
Läs mer Aug 15
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:

The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we are now looking to appoint an Installation and Maintenance Coordinator for our Superconducting Linac cryomodules. This is a high priority role that exists within the Superconducting RF (SRF) section of the Linac Group to ensure the timely installation of the accelerator components for the SRF Linac - which are all on the critical path for the accelerator readiness for the Beam on Target (BOT) milestones.

We are therefore looking for a hands-on Engineer to work on Spoke and Elliptical cryomodule installations. This is a highly specialised role, so we need someone with a proven ability to:


• Provide support to the SRF Machine Section Coordinator and the planning team
• Maintain and update - on a regular basis - the planning of all installation activities in coordination with all internal and external ESS stakeholders.
• Closely follow the workflow and logistics of the CM preparation to installation, taking into account the delivery schedule and the outcome of the testing activities at the test stand facilities as well as the need for interim storage before installation. 
• Supervise on-site installation activities and connection to the supporting services.
• Prepare the verification plans for the installation and connection of the equipment to the control system racks.
• Prepare and participate in the testing and commissioning phases following the installation.
• Set up maintenance plans for installed equipment and organise the acquisition and storage of critical spare parts components.

About you:

To thrive with us in the SRF team, you need to be a hands-on person who is driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. This is most definitely not a desk job!

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will be a recognised expert within your field. A degree in engineering or a closely related field within a Physics discipline is essential. Prior experience in complex installations activities for state-of-the-art technological components in a large scientific or industrial infrastructure would be a huge benefit - as would prior experience at a particle accelerator or similar complex facility.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it is always a benefit if you can also work in Swedish as well.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.

If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The last day for receiving application is Friday, 30th of September 2022 - so submit your application as soon as soon as you can. Please quote the job reference number ESD-19195 in your application.

Certain roles at ESS require health and safety checks, which may be required in the final stages of the recruitment process.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact the recruitment manager - Paolo Pierini - at paolo.pierini@ess.eu 

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Enterprise Architect

IT-arkitekt/Lösningsarkitekt
Läs mer Aug 29
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

We have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space, and are now building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:

The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we are now looking for an Enterprise Architect to join ESS.

As our next Enterprise Architect, you will drive the development of the Enterprise Architecture function at ESS, including governance structures, processes and tools. You will be enabled by the EA board and ESS IT governance committee, and collaboratively you will work with stakeholders across the entire organization to ensure that ESS holistically evaluates and implements information technology.

At ESS, no two work days are ever the same. One day, you could be collaborating with domain architects on a project recommendation - whilst the next day could see you driving the development of key EA deliverables, such as target architectures and decision principles.

About you:

To thrive with us in this role, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to take ownership of the EA function with its processes and activities from day 1.

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have good IT technical and architectural understanding and qualifications, however relevant experience is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. We really need someone with practical experience in working with architectural issues, high-level presentations and working groups, someone who has prior experience with enterprise architecture ways of working, but not necessarily someone who has formally held the role as Enterprise Architect in the past.

We attach great importance to personality and attitude, and as an enterprise architect you will be working across the organisation with a wide range of stakeholders at all levels. So, we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different domain architects and who is committed to helping this amazing project realise its full potential.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so of course we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be an advantage if you could also work in Swedish as well.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of a very few linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging and exciting work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.

If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The closing date for application is Friday, 30th of September 2022 - so submit your application as soon as soon as you can. Please quote the job reference ESD-18317 in your application.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Technical Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact Allan Mortensen – Head of IT Division – via Allan.Mortensen@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Automation Engineer - Motion Control

Automationsingenjör, maskin
Läs mer Aug 25
The European Spallation Source, ESS, a partnership of European countries, is hiring motivated and inspired people to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in different fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe.

ESS can offer a variety of things, such as passionate and international colleagues, a vibrant melting pot of diversity, and a challenging, exciting and high paced work environment. We value and need expertise, innovative minds and great ways of leading and interacting with people from all over the world.

Come and change the world with us!

ESS is now looking for an Automation Engineer for the Motion Control & Automation Group (MCAG) organised within the Science Directorate. The MCAG is responsible for deploying and operating PLC based motion control and positioning systems for the suite of Neutron Scattering Instruments.

Job description
The successful candidate will be part of various Neutron Instrument Construction Teams supporting our in-kind partners from across Europe. The position requires an expert in Motion Control and PLC systems especially for the design, procurement, installation and commissioning of motion control related components and control systems.

Your main areas of responsibilities as an Automation Engineer will be to:


• Support the Lead Instrument Engineer in calculating, selecting and procuring motion control components (motors, encoders etc.) for instrument systems adhering to ESS standards; provide support in safety analysis and propose mitigations; review tender and supplier’s design documents.
• Design and procure the cables and the motion control electronics (Beckhoff EtherCAT PLC) on the basis of ESS generic designs; produce electrical drawings in ePlan and prepare documentation for cabinet and cable installations.
• Plan and perform or participate in the motion control related parts of the Factory Acceptance Tests at the suppliers of instrument and control systems.
• Program and commission the motion control systems after installation on ESS site.
• Compile and provide the Instrument Teams with the relevant documentation necessary to pass the different ESS reviews from design to commissioning.
• Support the Instrument Teams in integrating the MCA tasks into the Instrument’s project plan
• Communicate and link between the different Instruments Teams, the suppliers, the ESS MCAG and other ESS groups relevant for motion control (Personnel Safety, Vacuum, Installation etc.).

Qualifications
To be a successful candidate you will have:


• University degree (MSc, BSc) in Electrical or Mechatronic Engineering with a strong focus on Motion Control and Automation.
• Knowledge of scientific instruments and its associated motion control and automation techniques as well as a good knowledge of motion control components and its use in radiation environment is essential.
• Experience in managing small development projects and interfacing with scientists and scientific project managers.
• Involvement in verification, test and commissioning procedures for electrical control systems.
• Experience in producing electrical drawings, preferably in ePlan.
• Comfortable working in an international environment and interacting with people from different backgrounds.
• Excellent oral and written English skills are a prerequisite; knowledge of other European languages would be an advantage.

Additional experiences that will be an advantage for the appointed candidate include:


• Experience in the design and programming of PLCs and motion control systems preferably for scientific large-scale user facilities; knowledge of Beckhoff TwinCAT or another PLC Open system.
• Knowledge in machine safety (EN ISO 13849 and other relevant standards).
• Practical experience in setting up automation control systems including installation and cabling according to wiring diagrams.

We truly believe that you are a good communicator and great collaborator. You should be self-motivated and driven, and be used to deliver according to deadlines and milestones. Writing and documenting comes naturally to you, and you have confidence in organising and running efficient and successful meetings.

Duration & Location
The position is a fixed term position of 3 years.

Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact
Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions.

The deadline for applications is September 26th 2022.
For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment- process.

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Thomas Gahl, Group Leader of Motion Control & Automation, thomas.gahl@ess.eu.

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Kate Quaak, kathryn.quaak@ess.eu.

For trade union information please contact Unionen / Conny Wendt at +46 72 179 24 63 or SACO / Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers/ Yngve Levinson at +46 72 179 21 65

We look forward to receiving your application!

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NSS Instrument Support Technician

Elektrotekniker
Läs mer Sep 16
The European Spallation Source is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

We are now looking to appoint two Instrument Support Technicians to work within our Neutron Scattering Systems division. In this role, you will be a crucial part of the ESS team responsible for construction and installation of the neutron scattering instruments.

About you:

To thrive with us in the Neutron Scattering team, you need to be driven, responsive and good at seeing opportunities. You are a highly motivated person who is able to work in a structured way, and you’re not afraid to get your hands dirty.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We are looking for someone with 4 or more years of experience in an engineering or other highly technical environment, who is technically minded and also skilled in mechanical assembly and installation. Mechanical dexterity needed to manipulate and assemble small or large complex machine parts is desired.

Experience in using overhead cranes, forklift and working at heights is an advantage. We would ideally like someone with an engineering or technical services focus who can also bring solid, practical experience of operating workshop equipment. It would be great if you were familiar with things like soldering, drilling, cutting and precision machining, for example.

We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We really need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English, so there is no need for you to speak Swedish - although this is always an advantage.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.
• Relocation support and allowances if needed.
• An excellent quality of life in the highly sought after, family-friendly, beautiful and well-connected Southern Sweden/Greater Copenhagen region.

One of these roles is permanent whilst the other position is for a fixed-term of 3 years. Both positions are based at the ESS Campus in Lund, Sweden - and we’d love you to start as soon as possible. For these roles, occasional shift work (including nights and weekend), and scheduled on-call service will be required.

Interested? We sure hope so:

If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The closing date for applications for this position is Monday , 26th September 2022.

If you want to know more about this role, please contact to the recruitment manager Gabor Laszlo on gabor.laszlo@ess.eu. For questions about the recruitment process, contact Daniel Nordin Baker on daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For union questions, please talk to Conny Wendt (Unionen) via conny.wendt@ess.eu or Johan Waldeck (SACO) at johan.waldeck@ess.eu.

We hope to hear from you soon!

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EAM System Engineer - Functional

Systemutvecklare/Programmerare
Läs mer Aug 31
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

Others have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space, and now we are building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:

The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we are now looking to appoint an EAM System Engineer to perform analyses of business processes and transform these into configuration of the Enterprise Asset Management System at ESS.

This is a diverse and interesting role for an experience EAM System Enginer. Your responsibilities and tasks will include - but are not limited to:


• Analysing business requirements and configuring the EAM tool at ESS accordingly.
• Supporting process owners and the Enterprise Asset Manager in how configurations should be made in respect to other functions.
• Acting as first line support for the system.
• Supporting the EAM Mobile application in collaboration with CERN.
• Performing data quality checks and importing equipment information into EAM along with the Technical Content Management team.
• Working together with the business side to support and manage data in the EAM tool as well as create reports as required.
• Ensuring uptime requirements are fulfilled and that the patches and upgrades are performed according to ESS requirements.
• Conducting training and workshop events together with end users.
• Collaborating with the IT department to manage mobile units used for the EAM applications in the facility.
• Collaborating with other facilities using EAM to share knowledge and experiences to further improve EAM for the collective use.
• Managing the system documentation, guidelines, training and barcoding capabilities in EAM and participate in the rollout of new EAM functionalities.

About you:

To thrive with us in the EAM team, you need to be a hands-on person who is driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. 

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications, such as a degree within an Engineering or IT field. However relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. Prior, high-level experience of working with Hexagon EAM, IBM Cognos, SOTI Mobicontrol, Enovia and MS Office is essential for this position. In addition, it would be a distinct advantage if you also have experience of maintenance, procurement and logistics processes/workflows as well as experience in creating training material and conducting trainings.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it is always a benefit if you can also work in Swedish as well.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The closing date is Wednesday, August 31st 2022 - so submit your application as soon as soon as you can. Please quote the reference number ESD-17387 in your application.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact Ola Nanzell – Enterprise Asset Manager - via Ola.Nanzell@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Process Engineer

Processingenjör, maskin
Läs mer Jun 23
The European Spallation Source is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. The ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

We are now looking to appoint a Process Engineer for the Engineering & Integration Support (EIS) division. 

The EIS division is the central engineering and technical division providing transversal support and services to the ESS project and organisation. The vacant position belongs to the Plant & Process Section. 

About the role

The candidate will work in the frame of the EIS division supporting all sub-projects at ESS, namely Target, Accelerator and Neutron Scattering Systems on the definition of fluid system process, including (but not limited to) water cooling systems.

The assignment will include:


• Definition of the process system (PFD and P&ID;’s), i.e. system design including interfaces.
• Interaction with other internal disciplines including piping designer, electrical and control engineers
• Writing of functional specification for existing and new systems
• Writing of operating manuals for existing and new systems
• Proposing technical advice: calculations, dimensioning, troubleshooting, alternative solutions
• Coordinating testing and commissioning activities
• Develop best practises in relation to design, testing and commissioning activities
• Supporting the development of maintenance and operation routines
• Perform risk assessments
• Ensure handover to Operations

About you

We believe that the successful candidate has the following background: 


• Education in Process Engineering or Mechanical Engineering; B.Sc. or similar
• At least 5-10 years of process design work with different types process systems
• Experience of all project phases from design to commissioning of process system and working together with other disciplines i.e. piping design, instrumentation, control design, etc. is essential.
• Experience in collecting requirements and consolidating them into system design (PFD and P&ID;), detail design and relevant technical documentation (control logic, functional specification)
• Good knowledge in common norms and standards applicable for process and mechanical engineering and design, specifically PED and ATEX and methodologies like HAZOP

The following qualifications would be considered an advantage: 


• Experience from Oil & Gas and pharmaceutical design work 
• Some experience as a lead designer or project manager as well as management and support of outsourcing of some scope 
• Knowledge of Aveva suite or equivalent

As a person we believe that you have: 


• Strong problem solving, analytical methods and technical skills
• Ability to work effectively in a team and interacting well with other stakeholders
• Flexible and uses initiative to identify and resolve problems/issues and has good judgement
• Ability to perform your work in a well-organised and structured way
• Good written and oral communications skills
• Ability to work in an international, dynamic and changing environment

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging and exciting work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities, and achievements.
• Benefits including 30 days of annual leave as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary
• Relocation support and allowances 
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.
• An excellent quality of life in the highly sought after, family-friendly, beautiful and well-connected Southern Sweden/Greater Copenhagen region.

Duration & Location
The position is a permanent position.

Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact

Please provide your curriculum vitae and personal letter in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For some roles at ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and thus this might be applicable in the final parts of the recruitment process. The applicant is expected to be fit to perform the applicable tasks of this recruitment. 

The deadline for applications is 31st August, 2022. 

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Piero Valente, Section Leader Plant & Process, piero.valente[at]ess.eu.

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Tina Nilsson, tina.nilsson[at]ess.eu.

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Electrical Technician

Eltekniker
Läs mer Jun 27
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

We have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space, and are now building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:
The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we now need a wide range of talented Target Station technicians to help us operate, maintain and support all of the systems that are at the beating heart of the Spallation Source – the Target Station.

As our next Electrical Technician, you will participate in the hand-over process for the Target Station systems – taking ownership of the operation and maintenance aspects.

About you:
To thrive with us in the Target Station Team, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get your hands dirty!

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications, however relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. At ESS, no two work days will be the same. One day, you could be performing electrical maintenance routines as required, entering all relevant information into our EAM maintenance management system, whilst the next day might involve safe switching and LO/TO of high and low voltage electrical distribution systems or working alongside our electrical partners to ensure maintenance routines are completed.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible! Shift work and occasional on-call duties will be required as necessary.

What can we offer?
Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 25 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

We review applications continuously, so don’t miss out! Submit your application as soon as soon as you can and quote the job reference number ESD-17537 in your application.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Technical Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact the Rikard Linander – Target Station Group leader – via Rikard.Linander@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Vacuum System Technician

Installationstekniker
Läs mer Jun 1
The European Spallation Source is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. The ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

We are now looking to appoint a Vacuum Technician for the Accelerator division. 

The vacuum team is responsible for all technical vacuum systems at ESS, working alongside partner institutions and other groups developing the design of these systems including the definition of interfaces with specific partners. The team is also responsible for the specification and procurement of vacuum equipment and the installation and commissioning of these vacuum systems during the construction of ESS.

About the role

As the successful candidate for the Vacuum Technician role your main areas of responsibility will be to:


• Assemble, test, certify and document the vacuum equipment and other related systems and their components.
• Set-up, operate, calibrate and maintain process and test vacuum equipment and apparatus.
• Assist in the maintenance of documentation records for assembly, repair, testing and qualification of the vacuum and other related systems and their components.
• Develop procedures and documentation related to the design, fabrication, testing, and repair of vacuum and other related systems and their components.
• Participate in the development and communication of safety, quality and other procedures for vacuum and other related systems and their component assembly.
• Use and develop automated tools to collect, record, and analyse data for acceptance, operation and maintenance of vacuum and other related systems and their components.
• Use electronic and mechanical test and measurement equipment to verify vacuum system and component performance and integrity.
• Assist in the planning, installation, assembly, commissioning and operation of the vacuum system and other related systems and their components.

About you

We are looking for a person that really enjoys working as a technician. The ideal candidate is willing to learn, and if not all qualifications below are met, we will provide the opportunity to learn on the job, both in courses and hands-on training.

A suitable background for this role would be:


• Technical degree in Vacuum or correlated areas as mechanical and industrial combined with vacuum experience
• At least 5 years of vacuum experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience
• Knowledge of electrical power, instrumentation and computers is required
• Experience in construction, assembly, troubleshooting, repair vacuum equipment
• Leak detection experience  
• Experience in calibration and test vacuum instruments with documentation and test reports.
• Good written and oral communications skills in English

In addition, experience in the following is an advantage: 

    Ultra-high vacuum equipment and environment 
    Particle accelerator 
    Academic environment 
    Particle-free clean room 
    Cryogenic systems 

We are looking for someone who is self-motivated, is responsible and has a good judgement. It is also important to be a true team player and enjoy interacting with others. The work as a technician is sometimes physically challenging, and the candidate should enjoy being active on the field.  

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging and exciting work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities, and achievements.
• Benefits including 30 days of annual leave as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary
• Relocation support and allowances 
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.
• An excellent quality of life in the highly sought after, family-friendly, beautiful and well-connected Southern Sweden/Greater Copenhagen region.

Duration & Location
The position is a permanent position.

Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact

Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For some roles at ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and thus this might be applicable in the final parts of the recruitment process. The applicant is expected to be fit to perform the applicable tasks of this recruitment. 

The deadline for applications is 31st August, 2022, but please note that we review applications on an ongoing basis, so we recommend candidates to apply as soon as possible. 

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Marcelo Juni Ferreira, Group Leader for Vacuum, marcelo.juniferreira[at]ess.eu.

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Tina Nilsson, tina.nilsson[at]ess.eu.

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Johan Waldeck at johan.waldeck@ess.eu

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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PostDoc SRF Engineer

Fysiker
Läs mer Jun 23
The European Spallation Source is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. The ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

We are now looking to appoint a PostDoc SRF Engineer.

The Superconducting RF Section is, as part of the Accelerator Division, responsible for the coordination and supervision of the technical activities related to the SRF systems, from the design and assembly of the accelerator cryomodules at the in-kind partners, to the preparation, execution and evaluation of the tests at the Lund Test Stand 2 (TS2) and the FREIA facility in Uppsala, and finally to the installation and commissioning in the ESS Facility.

About the role

Your main responsibilities will include: 


• Participation to the spoke and elliptical CM RF test activities at Uppsala and Lund
• Leading role in the development and documentation of the linac technical commissioning procedures after CM installation in the beamline, starting from those being used at the test stands
• Participation to the organization and execution of the technical commission activities after installation of the CM in the accelerator beamline
• Participation to the commissioning of the SRF linac components with beam, after the technical commissioning in the accelerator
• Development and consolidation of the maintenance plans for the SRF cavities and cryomodule assets, with active role in the spare part management, maintenance of the documentation workflow and hands-on support activities in the Section laboratory environment

About you


• PhD in Accelerator Physics or equivalent work experience after master (3y)
• Experience in theoretical or experimental work in accelerator driven by superconducting cavities.

To be successful and perform well in this position you need to enjoy hands-on work, be ready to support the test stand and linac commissioning activities with periods of shift work, and be able to use your experience to prepare, perform tests, analyze the result and document the whole process. You should be a true team player, happy both to learn from others and to contribute with your own knowledge. You should be curious and interested in working with top front technology, and be able to stay focused also during intense periods of work. 

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging and exciting work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities, and achievements.
• Benefits including 30 days of annual leave as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary
• Relocation support and allowances 
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.
• An excellent quality of life in the highly sought after, family-friendly, beautiful and well-connected Southern Sweden/Greater Copenhagen region.

Duration & Location
This is a fixed term agreement of 2,5 years.

Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden, but you will be expected to travel to Uppsala and possibly to our in kind contractors in Europe, from time to time.  

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact

Please provide your curriculum vitae and personal letter in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For some roles at ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and thus this might be applicable in the final parts of the recruitment process. The applicant is expected to be fit to perform the applicable tasks of this recruitment. 

Deadline for applications is 31st August, 2022.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Paolo Pierini, Section Leader SRF, paolo.pierini[at]ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Eltekniker

Eltekniker
Läs mer Jun 27
European Spallation Source i Lund ska bli världens mest kraftfulla mikroskop. Vi är en av de mest spännande, innovativa och banbrytande "Big Science"- projekten under uppbyggnad idag. Forskning med neutroner ligger bakom några av de viktigaste materialen och innovationerna som förbättrar vår vardag, vår hälsa och vår miljö – och ESS kommer att vara det mest kraftfulla neutronmikroskopet när det står klart i 2027.

Andra har byggt teleskop som gör att vi kan titta in i rymdens djupaste områden, och nu bygger vi ett mikroskop som är så kraftfullt att vi faktiskt kan studera de minsta objekten – atomer – i minsta detalj.

Kom och bygg vetenskapens framtid med oss!

Om rollen:

Som eltekniker vid målstationen (Target Station) kommer du att delta i överlämningsprocessen för tillämpliga system, ta ägarskap av drift- och underhållsaspekterna samt delta i testning-/idrifttagningsprogram för tester av enskilda objekt såväl som integrerad systemtestning. Under denna period förväntas du skaffa dig kunskap om systemens olika delar, utifrån erfarenhet från faktisk drift och underhåll av utrustningen samt lära dig om de enskilda systemens beteende, med avseende på de olika driftlägena och övergångarna mellan dessa.

Om dig:

Du som söker har en relevant teknisk utbildning på gymnasienivå, gärna med någon form av påbyggnad inom process eller energi. Det viktigaste är att du har ett tekniskt intresse och är nyfiken och ihärdig i att lära nytt.

Du förväntas vara självmotiverad, organiserad och ha förmåga att arbeta självständigt såväl som i grupp. Denna position kräver ett praktiskt förhållningssätt, en vilja att lära sig nya tekniker inom en mängd olika projekt och att bli en del av ett team med olika bakgrunder och kompetenser. Du måste ha god kommunikativ förmåga, vara noggrann och hålla en hög kvalitet i ditt arbete, samt vara beredd att ansvarsfullt ta dig an uppgifter med stor variation. ESS är för närvarande ett byggprojekt, men kommer att bli en anläggning för våra användare, externa internationella forskare, och därför är engagemang, god service och förståelse för andras behov viktigt.

Vi söker en ny kollega som trivs med att jobba i grupp, har utmärkt kommunikationsförmåga, som gillar att samarbeta med olika människor och som kan kommunicera på både engelska och svenska på hög nivå.

Intresserad? Det hoppas vi!

Ansök med ditt CV genom att klicka på "ansök" och följ instruktionerna på vår webbsidan.

OBS: Vi endast tar emot ansökningar på engelska via ESS webbplats. Ansök så snart som möjligt och ange referensnummer ESD-17539 på din ansökan. För vissa roller vid ESS krävs hälsokontroller och säkerhetsklarering, och detta kan därför komma att krävas i de avslutande delarna av rekryteringsprocessen. Den sökande förväntas vara lämplig för att utföra de tillämpliga uppgifterna för denna rekrytering.

För mer information om ESS-rekryteringsprocessen, följ den här länken https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. För ytterligare information om tjänsten, vänligen kontakta Rikard Linander - Head of Target Division - på rikard.linander@ess.eu. För ytterligare information om rekryteringsprocessen, vänligen kontakta Recruitment Partner, Daniel Nordin Baker, på Daniel.Nordin@ess.eu

För facklig information, vänligen kontakta Unionen / Conny Wendt på connyt.wendt@ess.eu eller SACO / Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

Vi ser fram emot din ansökan!

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Instrumenteringstekniker

Instrumentelektriker/Instrumenttekniker
Läs mer Jun 27
European Spallation Source i Lund ska bli världens mest kraftfulla mikroskop. Vi är en av de mest spännande, innovativa och banbrytande "Big Science"- projekten under uppbyggnad idag. Forskning med neutroner ligger bakom några av de viktigaste materialen och innovationerna som förbättrar vår vardag, vår hälsa och vår miljö – och ESS kommer att vara det mest kraftfulla neutronmikroskopet när det står klart i 2027.

Andra har byggt teleskop som gör att vi kan titta in i rymdens djupaste områden, och nu bygger vi ett mikroskop som är så kraftfullt att vi faktiskt kan studera de minsta objekten – atomer – i minsta detalj.

Kom och bygg vetenskapens framtid med oss!

Om rollen:

Som instrumenttekniker vid målstationen (Target Station) kommer du att delta i överlämningsprocessen för tillämpliga system, ta ägarskap av drift- och underhållsaspekterna samt delta i testning-/idrifttagningsprogram för tester av enskilda objekt såväl som integrerad systemtestning. Under denna period förväntas du skaffa dig kunskap om systemens olika delar, utifrån erfarenhet från faktisk drift och underhåll av utrustningen samt lära dig om de enskilda systemens beteende, med avseende på de olika driftlägena och övergångarna mellan dessa.

Om dig:

Du som söker har en relevant teknisk utbildning på gymnasienivå, gärna med någon form av påbyggnad inom process eller energi. Det viktigaste är att du har ett tekniskt intresse och är nyfiken och ihärdig i att lära nytt.

Du förväntas vara självmotiverad, organiserad och ha förmåga att arbeta självständigt såväl som i grupp. Denna position kräver ett praktiskt förhållningssätt, en vilja att lära sig nya tekniker inom en mängd olika projekt och att bli en del av ett team med olika bakgrunder och kompetenser. Du måste ha god kommunikativ förmåga, vara noggrann och hålla en hög kvalitet i ditt arbete, samt vara beredd att ansvarsfullt ta dig an uppgifter med stor variation. ESS är för närvarande ett byggprojekt, men kommer att bli en anläggning för våra användare, externa internationella forskare, och därför är engagemang, god service och förståelse för andras behov viktigt.

Vi söker en ny kollega som trivs med att jobba i grupp, har utmärkt kommunikationsförmåga, som gillar att samarbeta med olika människor och som kan kommunicera på både engelska och svenska på hög nivå.

Intresserad? Det hoppas vi!

Ansök med ditt CV genom att klicka på "ansök" och följ instruktionerna på vår webbsidan.

OBS: Vi endast tar emot ansökningar på engelska via ESS webbplats. Ansök så snart som möjligt och ange referensnummer ESD-17539 på din ansökan. För vissa roller vid ESS krävs hälsokontroller och säkerhetsklarering, och detta kan därför komma att krävas i de avslutande delarna av rekryteringsprocessen. Den sökande förväntas vara lämplig för att utföra de tillämpliga uppgifterna för denna rekrytering.

För mer information om ESS-rekryteringsprocessen, följ den här länken https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. För ytterligare information om tjänsten, vänligen kontakta Rikard Linander - Head of Target Division - på rikard.linander@ess.eu. För ytterligare information om rekryteringsprocessen, vänligen kontakta Recruitment Partner, Daniel Nordin Baker, på Daniel.Nordin@ess.eu

För facklig information, vänligen kontakta Unionen / Conny Wendt på connyt.wendt@ess.eu eller SACO / Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

Vi ser fram emot din ansökan!

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Mekanisk Tekniker

Underhållsmekaniker
Läs mer Jun 27
European Spallation Source i Lund ska bli världens mest kraftfulla mikroskop. Vi är en av de mest spännande, innovativa och banbrytande "Big Science"- projekten under uppbyggnad idag. Forskning med neutroner ligger bakom några av de viktigaste materialen och innovationerna som förbättrar vår vardag, vår hälsa och vår miljö – och ESS kommer att vara det mest kraftfulla neutronmikroskopet när det står klart i 2027.

Andra har byggt teleskop som gör att vi kan titta in i rymdens djupaste områden, och nu bygger vi ett mikroskop som är så kraftfullt att vi faktiskt kan studera de minsta objekten – atomer – i minsta detalj.

Kom och bygg vetenskapens framtid med oss!

Om rollen:

Som mekanisktekniker vid målstationen (Target Station) kommer du att delta i överlämningsprocessen för tillämpliga system, ta ägarskap av drift- och underhållsaspekterna samt delta i testning-/idrifttagningsprogram för tester av enskilda objekt såväl som integrerad systemtestning. Under denna period förväntas du skaffa dig kunskap om systemens olika delar, utifrån erfarenhet från faktisk drift och underhåll av utrustningen samt lära dig om de enskilda systemens beteende, med avseende på de olika driftlägena och övergångarna mellan dessa.

Om dig:

Du som söker har en relevant teknisk utbildning på gymnasienivå, gärna med någon form av påbyggnad inom process eller energi. Det viktigaste är att du har ett tekniskt intresse och är nyfiken och ihärdig i att lära nytt.

Du förväntas vara självmotiverad, organiserad och ha förmåga att arbeta självständigt såväl som i grupp. Denna position kräver ett praktiskt förhållningssätt, en vilja att lära sig nya tekniker inom en mängd olika projekt och att bli en del av ett team med olika bakgrunder och kompetenser. Du måste ha god kommunikativ förmåga, vara noggrann och hålla en hög kvalitet i ditt arbete, samt vara beredd att ansvarsfullt ta dig an uppgifter med stor variation. ESS är för närvarande ett byggprojekt, men kommer att bli en anläggning för våra användare, externa internationella forskare, och därför är engagemang, god service och förståelse för andras behov viktigt.

Vi söker en ny kollega som trivs med att jobba i grupp, har utmärkt kommunikationsförmåga, som gillar att samarbeta med olika människor och som kan kommunicera på både engelska och svenska på hög nivå.

Intresserad? Det hoppas vi!

Ansök med ditt CV genom att klicka på "ansök" och följ instruktionerna på vår webbsidan.

OBS: Vi endast tar emot ansökningar på engelska via ESS webbplats. Ansök så snart som möjligt och ange referensnummer ESD-17539 på din ansökan. För vissa roller vid ESS krävs hälsokontroller och säkerhetsklarering, och detta kan därför komma att krävas i de avslutande delarna av rekryteringsprocessen. Den sökande förväntas vara lämplig för att utföra de tillämpliga uppgifterna för denna rekrytering.

För mer information om ESS-rekryteringsprocessen, följ den här länken https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. För ytterligare information om tjänsten, vänligen kontakta Rikard Linander - Head of Target Division - på rikard.linander@ess.eu. För ytterligare information om rekryteringsprocessen, vänligen kontakta Recruitment Partner, Daniel Nordin Baker, på Daniel.Nordin@ess.eu

För facklig information, vänligen kontakta Unionen / Conny Wendt på connyt.wendt@ess.eu eller SACO / Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

Vi ser fram emot din ansökan!

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Processtekniker

Processtekniker, tillverkningsindustri
Läs mer Jun 27
European Spallation Source i Lund ska bli världens mest kraftfulla mikroskop. Vi är en av de mest spännande, innovativa och banbrytande "Big Science"- projekten under uppbyggnad idag. Forskning med neutroner ligger bakom några av de viktigaste materialen och innovationerna som förbättrar vår vardag, vår hälsa och vår miljö – och ESS kommer att vara det mest kraftfulla neutronmikroskopet när det står klart i 2027.

Andra har byggt teleskop som gör att vi kan titta in i rymdens djupaste områden, och nu bygger vi ett mikroskop som är så kraftfullt att vi faktiskt kan studera de minsta objekten – atomer – i minsta detalj.

Kom och bygg vetenskapens framtid med oss!

Om rollen:

Som processtekniker vid målstationen (Target Station) kommer du att delta i överlämningsprocessen för tillämpliga system, ta ägarskap av drift- och underhållsaspekterna samt delta i testning-/idrifttagningsprogram för tester av enskilda objekt såväl som integrerad systemtestning. Under denna period förväntas du skaffa dig kunskap om systemens olika delar, utifrån erfarenhet från faktisk drift och underhåll av utrustningen samt lära dig om de enskilda systemens beteende, med avseende på de olika driftlägena och övergångarna mellan dessa.

Om dig:

Du som söker har en relevant teknisk utbildning på gymnasienivå, gärna med någon form av påbyggnad inom process eller energi. Det viktigaste är att du har ett tekniskt intresse och är nyfiken och ihärdig i att lära nytt.

Du förväntas vara självmotiverad, organiserad och ha förmåga att arbeta självständigt såväl som i grupp. Denna position kräver ett praktiskt förhållningssätt, en vilja att lära sig nya tekniker inom en mängd olika projekt och att bli en del av ett team med olika bakgrunder och kompetenser. Du måste ha god kommunikativ förmåga, vara noggrann och hålla en hög kvalitet i ditt arbete, samt vara beredd att ansvarsfullt ta dig an uppgifter med stor variation. ESS är för närvarande ett byggprojekt, men kommer att bli en anläggning för våra användare, externa internationella forskare, och därför är engagemang, god service och förståelse för andras behov viktigt.

Vi söker en ny kollega som trivs med att jobba i grupp, har utmärkt kommunikationsförmåga, som gillar att samarbeta med olika människor och som kan kommunicera på både engelska och svenska på hög nivå.

Intresserad? Det hoppas vi!

Ansök med ditt CV genom att klicka på "ansök" och följ instruktionerna på vår webbsidan.

OBS: Vi endast tar emot ansökningar på engelska via ESS webbplats. Ansök så snart som möjligt och ange referensnummer ESD-17539 på din ansökan. För vissa roller vid ESS krävs hälsokontroller och säkerhetsklarering, och detta kan därför komma att krävas i de avslutande delarna av rekryteringsprocessen. Den sökande förväntas vara lämplig för att utföra de tillämpliga uppgifterna för denna rekrytering.

För mer information om ESS-rekryteringsprocessen, följ den här länken https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. För ytterligare information om tjänsten, vänligen kontakta Rikard Linander - Head of Target Division - på rikard.linander@ess.eu. För ytterligare information om rekryteringsprocessen, vänligen kontakta Recruitment Partner, Daniel Nordin Baker, på Daniel.Nordin@ess.eu

För facklig information, vänligen kontakta Unionen / Conny Wendt på connyt.wendt@ess.eu eller SACO / Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

Vi ser fram emot din ansökan!

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VVS-tekniker

VVS-tekniker
Läs mer Jun 27
European Spallation Source i Lund ska bli världens mest kraftfulla mikroskop. Vi är en av de mest spännande, innovativa och banbrytande "Big Science"- projekten under uppbyggnad idag. Forskning med neutroner ligger bakom några av de viktigaste materialen och innovationerna som förbättrar vår vardag, vår hälsa och vår miljö – och ESS kommer att vara det mest kraftfulla neutronmikroskopet när det står klart i 2027.

Andra har byggt teleskop som gör att vi kan titta in i rymdens djupaste områden, och nu bygger vi ett mikroskop som är så kraftfullt att vi faktiskt kan studera de minsta objekten – atomer – i minsta detalj.

Kom och bygg vetenskapens framtid med oss!

Om rollen:

Som VVS-tekniker vid målstationen (Target Station) kommer du att delta i överlämningsprocessen för tillämpliga system, ta ägarskap av drift- och underhållsaspekterna samt delta i testning-/idrifttagningsprogram för tester av enskilda objekt såväl som integrerad systemtestning. Under denna period förväntas du skaffa dig kunskap om systemens olika delar, utifrån erfarenhet från faktisk drift och underhåll av utrustningen samt lära dig om de enskilda systemens beteende, med avseende på de olika driftlägena och övergångarna mellan dessa.

Om dig:

Du som söker har en relevant teknisk utbildning på gymnasienivå. Det viktigaste är att du har ett tekniskt intresse och är nyfiken och ihärdig i att lära nytt.

Du förväntas vara självmotiverad, organiserad och ha förmåga att arbeta självständigt såväl som i grupp. Denna position kräver ett praktiskt förhållningssätt, en vilja att lära sig nya tekniker inom en mängd olika projekt och att bli en del av ett team med olika bakgrunder och kompetenser. Du måste ha god kommunikativ förmåga, vara noggrann och hålla en hög kvalitet i ditt arbete, samt vara beredd att ansvarsfullt ta dig an uppgifter med stor variation. ESS är för närvarande ett byggprojekt, men kommer att bli en anläggning för våra användare, externa internationella forskare, och därför är engagemang, god service och förståelse för andras behov viktigt.

Vi söker en ny kollega som trivs med att jobba i grupp, har utmärkt kommunikationsförmåga, som gillar att samarbeta med olika människor och som kan kommunicera på både engelska och svenska på hög nivå.

Intresserad? Det hoppas vi!

Ansök med ditt CV genom att klicka på "ansök" och följ instruktionerna på vår webbsidan.

OBS: Vi endast tar emot ansökningar på engelska via ESS webbplats. Ansök så snart som möjligt och ange referensnummer ESD-17539 på din ansökan. För vissa roller vid ESS krävs hälsokontroller och säkerhetsklarering, och detta kan därför komma att krävas i de avslutande delarna av rekryteringsprocessen. Den sökande förväntas vara lämplig för att utföra de tillämpliga uppgifterna för denna rekrytering.

För mer information om ESS-rekryteringsprocessen, följ den här länken https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. För ytterligare information om tjänsten, vänligen kontakta Rikard Linander - Head of Target Division - på rikard.linander@ess.eu. För ytterligare information om rekryteringsprocessen, vänligen kontakta Recruitment Partner, Daniel Nordin Baker, på Daniel.Nordin@ess.eu

För facklig information, vänligen kontakta Unionen / Conny Wendt på connyt.wendt@ess.eu eller SACO / Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

Vi ser fram emot din ansökan!

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HR-specialist/löneadministratör

Löneadministratör
Läs mer Jul 8
European Spallation Source i Lund ska bli världens mest kraftfulla mikroskop. Vi är en av de mest spännande, innovativa och banbrytande "Big Science"- projekten under uppbyggnad idag. Forskning med neutroner ligger bakom några av de viktigaste materialen och innovationerna som förbättrar vår vardag, vår hälsa och vår miljö – och ESS kommer att vara det mest kraftfulla neutronmikroskopet när det står klart i 2027.

Andra har byggt teleskop som gör att vi kan titta in i rymdens djupaste områden, och nu bygger vi ett mikroskop som är så kraftfullt att vi faktiskt kan studera de minsta objekten – atomer – i minsta detalj.

Kom och bygg vetenskapens framtid med oss!

Om rollen:

Som löneadministratör inom HR-gruppen på ESS arbetar du med stöd och service till medarbetare i både Sverige och Danmark. I arbetsuppgifterna ingår löneadministration, svara på frågor från kollegor, svara på förfrågningar i vårt biljettsystem (Jira) samt övriga förekommande administrativa arbetsuppgifter inom ansvarsområdet.

Det krävs även god datorvana då arbetsuppgifterna innebär användande av ett flertal IT-system. Erfarenhet av löne- och tidsrapporteringssystem samt yrkesmässig användning av Word och Excel är meriterande.

Om dig:

Du har gymnasieutbildning med ekonomisk eller administrativ inriktning. Du har även erfarenhet av lönehantering eller administration i offentlig förvaltning och kunskap om relevant lagstiftning och kollektivavtal. Det viktigaste är att du har ett tekniskt intresse och är nyfiken och ihärdig i att lära nytt.

Du förväntas vara självmotiverad, organiserad och ha förmåga att arbeta självständigt såväl som i grupp. Du är strukturerad och noggrann och har ett gott siffersinne. En självklarhet är att du har ett serviceinriktat förhållningssätt där du bemöter alla med respekt. 

Vi söker en ny kollega att har utmärkt kommunikationsförmaga, som gillar att samarbeta med olika människor och som kan kommunicera på både engelska och svenska på hög nivå.

Intresserad? Det hoppas vi!

Ansök med ditt CV genom att klicka på "ansök" och följ instruktionerna på vår webbsidan.

OBS: Vi endast tar emot ansökningar på engelska via ESS webbplats. Ansök så snart som möjligt och ange referensnummer 1222 på din ansökan. Det sista dagen för att ansök är måndag 15 augusti 2022.

För vissa roller vid ESS krävs hälsokontroller och säkerhetskontroller, vilket kan komma att krävas i de avslutande delarna av rekryteringsprocessen.

För mer information om ESS-rekryteringsprocessen, följ den här länken https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. För ytterligare information om rekryteringsprocessen, vänligen kontakta Recruitment Partner Daniel Nordin Baker på Daniel.Nordin@ess.eu

För facklig information, vänligen kontakta Unionen / Conny Wendt på connyt.wendt@ess.eu eller SACO / Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

Vi ser fram emot din ansökan!

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HR Specialist - Salary Administration

Löneadministratör
Läs mer Jul 8
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

Others have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space. Now we are building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:

The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we now need HR Specialist to work with on salary administration.

As our next HR Specialist within salary administration, you will be the main point of contact for managing salaries within the organisation. We have employees based in both Sweden and Denmark, and the new administrator will therefore be a super user of our ERP system. More broadly, the role will involve managing master data, reply to questions and requests in our ticket system, reporting on statistics and information to both internal and external stakeholders as well as service as a contact person for the various Swedish and Danish authorities. For this reason, all applicants must have Swedish Bank ID to manage work tasks. There may well be other HR Administration tasks to perform as well when needed.

About you:

To thrive with us in the HR team, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get involved!

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications at the post-secondary school level. However relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. We really need someone with a good general knowledge of Swedish labour law, and deep knowledge within Swedish regulations regarding social insurance, parental leave, pension system, holidays, paid time off, etc. Knowledge of Danish labor law and regulations would be a definite plus!

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible! It would be a definite advantage if you have prior experience of working in an international or highly multicultural workplace.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.

If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The last day for receiving application is Monday 15th August 2022 - so submit your application as soon as soon as you can.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. 

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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HR Generalist - Recruitment and Administration

Rekryterare/Rekryteringskonsult
Läs mer Jul 8
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

Others have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space. Now we are building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:

The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we now need a HR Generalist to assist us with a wide range of recruitment and administration tasks.

As our next HR Generalist, you will enjoy a varied work day. Broadly speaking, your main focus will be to manage recruitments and to handle administration. Day-to-day, this will involve end-to-end lifecycle recruiting and handling the associated recruitment administration, assisting with the relocation administration for hired candidates and providing support to the HR team with other administrative tasks.

In addition to this, we need someone who can reply to questions and requests in our ticket system (Jira), compile statistical reports and information to internal and external stakeholders and act as a contact person towards local Swedish and Danish authorities.

About you:

To thrive with us in the HR team, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get involved!

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications at the post-secondary school level. However relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. We really need someone with a good general knowledge of Swedish labour law, as well as prior recruitment experience. At ESS, we use the ReachMee platform - so if you are already familiar with this sytem, that would be a great advantage!

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible. It would be a definite advantage if you have prior experience of working in an international or highly multicultural workplace.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Please note that this is a temporary position for a fixed-term of 2 years.

Interested? We sure hope so.

If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The last day for receiving application is Monday 15th August 2022 - so submit your application as soon as soon as you can. Please quote the job reference number ESD-19058 in your application.

Certain roles at ESS require health and safety checks, which may be required in the final stages of the recruitment process.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu.

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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HR Business Partner

HR-specialist/HR-adviser
Läs mer Jul 8
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

Others have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space. Now we are building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:

The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we now need to recruit a new HR Business Partner to work within our growing HR organisation.

As our next HR Business Partner, you will be one of three HR Business Partners at ESS. Your main task to support, challenge, coach and guide line managers in all HR-related processes. You will assist both operationally and strategically. The goal is always be to a support the managers to evolve in their role, with the needs of the employees and the best interests of the organisation in mind.

We need someone who can quickly build a solid understanding of the business and translate your insights into organisational solutions and development activities. You will ultimately be responsible for implementing and anchoring the key HR processes throughout the organisation.

About you:

To thrive with us in the HR Team, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to participate in management teams regularly or when needed. At ESS, no two work days will be the same. One day, you could be taking part in the salary review process and compensation, whilst the next day you could be working on psychosocial work environment related tasks or calculating staffing forecasts.

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications at the post-secondary school level. However relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold.We really need someone with a good general knowledge of Swedish labour law, and deep knowledge within Swedish regulations regarding collective agreements, social insurance, parental leave, pension system, holidays, paid time off, etc. Knowledge of Danish labor law and regulations would be a definite plus!

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it is important that you can also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible. It would be a definite advantage if you have prior experience of working in an international or highly multicultural workplace.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.

If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The last day for receiving application is Monday 15th August 2022 - so submit your application as soon as soon as you can. Please quote the job reference number 1223 in your application.

Certain roles at ESS require health and safety checks, which may be required in the final stages of the recruitment process.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu.

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Detector FPGA Engineer

Civilingenjör, konstruktion, elektronik
Läs mer Jul 22
ESS is looking for a Detector FPGA Engineer, a key role within our Detector Group. Beside the desk at ESS, the main working space is Utgård, the detector facility a short bike ride from our Campus. Utgård is a workshop space equipped to the highest standards to be utilized for building the ultimate neutron detector technologies.

About the team
The tasks and responsibilities of the Detector Group include:


• ensuring successful installation, commissioning and integration of detectors for all ESS neutron instruments.
• while a number of the neutron detectors are provided by our partner institutes, the group is responsible for design, development and production of some of the detectors based on new and innovative detection methods

About the role
As the successful candidate and future Detector FPGA Engineer you will participating in the outsourcing, building and integration of the electronics for the neutron detectors for instruments to be deployed at the ESS. The core task will include:


• ensure that the standardised electronics data acquisition is built and commissioned for the neutron detectors for ESS instruments.
• provision, integrate and adapt the front-end electronics. This includes a diverse fast FPGA-based data acquisition systems as well as all integration towards the Experimental Physics and Industrial Control System software framework. 


• Together with Detector Group stakeholders define requirements, design, develop, prototype, test and deliver firmware solutions for detector readout:

• Document and analyse stakeholder and internal requirements
• Participate in creating test and validation plans according to requirements
• Design firmware solutions and prepare for technical reviews
• Implement and realise the designed solution
• Establish and maintain software systems and other infrastructure required to perform FPGA firmware development and testing.
• Troubleshoot and optimize performance of existing solutions
• Drive test, validation procedures for the designed solution, maintain and support the delivered systems

• Interacting with Detector Electronics team and in-kind partners

• Develop strategy and architecture for detector readout at ESS
• Participate in follow-up on partner development activities
• Review and assess designs and documents from partner contributors
• Ensure a high-quality level of delivered contributions
• Maintain and support systems delivered by partners
• Participate in planning and reporting

• Reporting weekly progress/issues/next steps to work package managers

• Support work package and project managers with technical competence
• Assist work package activities and work package managers with Earned Value


About you
We believe that you are a self-motivated person, with practical experience in technical workshops and, ideally, building detector demonstrators or similar devices. For you to be successful in this role, we require that you have: 


• Masters’s degree in engineering, technology or science
• VHDL design for Xilinx Ultrascale+ and 7 Series FPGAs
• Proven experience using Multi-Gigabit Transceivers (specific experience with Xilinx GTY/GTX/GTPs)
• 5 years or more experience with firmware development
• 5 years or more experience with control system integration, preferably using EPICS
• Excellent communication and collaboration skills
• Excellent oral and written English skills, including developing technical control system documentation in English

Our work environment is characterised by fast growth, fast pace of work, and an international atmosphere with highly skilled personnel. Our work environment is exciting and forward thinking and relies heavily on personal initiative.

What ESS will offer
At ESS you can expect:


• an opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science
• a work environment filled with innovative minds and people from all over the world
• a challenging, exciting and high-paced work environment
• market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities, and achievements
• benefits including 30 days of annual leave as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours, flexible working arrangements and focus on work life balance
• and where applicable relocation support and allowances may also be available

Duration & Location
The position is permanent with six months initial probation period. Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact
Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For this role, ESS health check-ups and security clearance might be required, and will be applicable in the final part of the recruitment process.

The deadline for applications is 2022-08-14 please note that we will review applications continuously, so kindly submit your application at the earliest convenience.

Application & Contact
Please provide your curriculum vitae and cover letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please note we only accept applications via the ESS website or ESS intranet. Internal candidates are encouraged to apply through the intranet.

The deadline for applications is 2022-08-14.

For further information regarding the position, please contact the recruiting manager, Zivile Kraujalyte zivile.kraujalyte@ess.euFor further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Karin Vandenborre, Karin.Vandenborre@ess.eu  For trade union information please contact Unionen / Conny Wendt, Conny.Wendt@ess.eu or SACO / Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers/ Yngve Levinsen, Yngve.Levinsen@ess.eu

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Software Engineer

Civilingenjör, systemutveckling
Läs mer Jun 23
The European Spallation Source is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. The ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

We are now looking to appoint a Software Engineer for the Integrated Control System (ICS) Division. 

The ICS division is responsible for the design, construction, commissioning and operation of control systems for the ESS facility including the linear accelerator, Target station, Neutron Scattering Instruments and building utilities management. The Controls Infrastructure group has the responsibility to deliver and maintain the IT infrastructure for the ESS control system and various systems.

About the role

As a Software Engineer you will be contributing to architecture, design, development and testing of the software work packages within the Integrated Control System project.

You will work with design and implementation of control system software applications, working together with colleagues and open source communities with design, development, maintenance, debugging and support.

We expect you to be an active member of the development team, working with continuous improvement of work methodologies and environment.

About you

- A Masters’ degree or similar in relevant field
- At least 3-5 years' experience in software development including requirements, design, documentation, implementation, integration, testing, deployment and maintenance
- Solid programming experience working with Java
- Experience from software quality improvement methodologies such as test driven development, code review, system/integration testing etc.
- Experience from working with community-based/open-source software initiatives and understanding of the dynamics in such environments
- Experience in version control systems (preferably git)
- Experience with continuous integration infrastructures
- Experience participating and contributing to agile development models (Scrum and Kanban)
- Experience from working in an international environment is essential
- Experience with C, C++ or Python programming would be an advantage
- Experience working with EPICS and CS-Studio Phoebus would be an advantage.

To be successful and perform well in this position you need to be a true team player, wanting to learn from others and contribute with your own knowledge. You have good communication skills and a flexible attitude. You enjoy solving problems and can see how your solutions will fit into the greater picture. 

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging and exciting work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities, and achievements.
• Benefits including 30 days of annual leave as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary
• Relocation support and allowances 
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.
• An excellent quality of life in the highly sought after, family-friendly, beautiful and well-connected Southern Sweden/Greater Copenhagen region.

Duration & Location
The position is a permanent position.

Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact

Please provide your curriculum vitae and personal letter in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For some roles at ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and thus this might be applicable in the final parts of the recruitment process. The applicant is expected to be fit to perform the applicable tasks of this recruitment. 

Deadline for this application is 14th August, 2022. 

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Susanne Regnell, Group Leader Conrol System Software, susanne.regnell[at]ess.eu.

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Control System Engineer

Civilingenjör, systemutveckling
Läs mer Jun 1
The European Spallation Source - ESS, a partnership of European countries building a worldclass Neutron science facility. ESS can offer a variety of things, such as passionate and international colleagues, a vibrant melting pot of diversity, and a challenging, exciting and high paced work environment. We value and need expertise, innovative minds and great ways of leading and interacting with people from all over the world.

Come and change the world with us! 


ESS is now looking for a Control System Engineer to support our Hardware and Integration group. 

About the Team
The Hardware and Integration group is responsible for the integration of all hardware in the ESS facility into the integrated control system. This includes a diverse flora of different systems ranging from PLC systems for water flow control to fast FPGA-based data acquisition systems. All integrated towards the Experimental Physics and Industrial Control System software framework. 

About the role
The main responsibilities associated with this position are:


• Interacting with Integrated Control System (ICS) stakeholders to define requirements, design and develop control systems

• Document and analyse stakeholder and internal requirements
• Participate in creating test and validation plans according to requirements
• Design control system solutions and prepare for technical reviews
• Implement and realize the designed solution
• Troubleshoot and optimize performance of existing solutions
• Drive test, validation procedures for the designed solution, maintain and support the delivered systems

• Interacting with ICS’s partners

• Formulate and document requirements for partner contributions
• Participate in follow-up on partner development activities
• Review and assess designs and documents from partner contributors
• Ensure a high quality level of delivered contributions
• Maintain and support systems delivered by partners
• Participate in planning and reporting

• Reporting weekly progress/issues/next steps to work package managers

• Support work package and project managers with technical competence
• Assist work package activities and work package managers with Earned Value
• Management project reporting

• Ensure that all work is executed in accordance with ESS quality assurance and safety procedures
• Actively participate in work with deliverable and process quality

About You:
For you to be successful in this role, we require that you have: 


• Bachelor’s degree in engineering, technology or science
• 2 years or longer of experience from work with control system development
• 2 years or longer experience in control system integration, preferably using EPICS but other SCADA systems are also meriting
• Excellent communication and collaboration skills
• Excellent oral and written English skills, including developing technical control system documentation in English

It would further be to your advantage if you also have:


• Higher academic degree in related topic
• 5+ years of relevant professional control system development experience
• 2+ years of experience from EPICS integration and development
• Experience with high speed data acquisition systems
• Experience in motion control applications
• Experience in experimental controls applications
• Experience in software development languages such as C/C++
• Experience from “big science” projects
• Experience and knowledge about quality assurance and verification of control systems, preferably using automated test tools
• Experience in system engineering and total lifecycle management of control systems
• Experience from complex, international technical/scientific projects

Our work environment is characterised by fast growth, fast pace of work, and an international atmosphere with highly skilled personnel. Our work environment is exciting and forward thinking and relies heavily on personal initiative.

What ESS will offer
At ESS you can expect:


• an opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science
• a work environment filled with innovative minds and people from all over the world
• a challenging, exciting and high-paced work environment
• market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities, and achievements
• benefits including 30 days of annual leave as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours, flexible working arrangements and focus on work life balance
• and where applicable relocation support and allowances may also be available

Duration & Location
The position is permanent with six months initial probation period. Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible but due to the summer season at the door we will not invite to first interviews until August.

Application & Contact
Please provide your curriculum vitae and cover letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please note we only accept applications via the ESS website or ESS intranet. Internal candidates are encouraged to apply through the intranet.

The deadline for applications is 2022-08-14.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process in general, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. 

For further information regarding the position, please contact the recruiting manager, Karl Vestin, Karl.Vestin@ess.eu

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Karin Vandenborre, Karin.Vandenborre@ess.eu  

For trade union information please contact Unionen / Conny Wendt, Conny.Wendt@ess.eu or SACO / Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers/ Yngve Levinsen, Yngve.Levinsen@ess.eu

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Process Systems Technician

Processtekniker, tillverkningsindustri
Läs mer Jun 27
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

We have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space, and are now building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:
The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we now need a wide range of talented Target Station technicians to help us operate, maintain and support all of the systems that are at the beating heart of the Spallation Source – the Target Station.

As our next Process Systems Technician, you will be responsible for equipment maintenance documentation – which includes creating new and editing existing technical documentation related to Process Systems equipment to ensure all equipment to be maintained has an up to date procedure.

About you:
To thrive with us in the Target Station Team, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get your hands dirty!

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications, however relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. We really need someone experience in process control and relevant technical applications- previous experience in a production environment would definitely be a plus. At ESS, no two work days will be the same. One day, you could be defining product or process problems and non-conformities to make recommend improvements, whilst the next day you could be participating in the testing/commissioning programmes.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible! Shift work and occasional on-call duties will be required as necessary.

What can we offer?
Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 25 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

We review applications continuously, so don’t miss out! Submit your application as soon as soon as you can and quote the job reference number ESD-17536 in your application.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Technical Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact the Rikard Linander – Target Station Group leader – via Rikard.Linander@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Instrumentation Technician

Instrumentelektriker/Instrumenttekniker
Läs mer Jun 27
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

We have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space, and are now building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:
The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we now need a wide range of talented Target Station technicians to help us operate, maintain and support all of the systems that are at the beating heart of the Spallation Source – the Target Station.

As our next Electrical Instrumentation Technician, you will be responsible for maintaining, calibrating and troubleshooting process equipment and control elements such as pump controls, instrumentation for pressure, flow, temperature and control valves, etc.

About you:
To thrive with us in the Target Station Team, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get your hands dirty!

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications, however relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. We really need someone who can provide troubleshooting and repair of electrical supply and distribution up to 400 VAC. At ESS, no two work days will be the same. One day, you could be assisting with integration, commissioning and operation of ESS Target Process Systems, whilst the next day you could be supervising contractors and suppliers or performing training of other technicians in areas of need.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible! Shift work and occasional on-call duties will be required as necessary.

What can we offer?
Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 25 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

We review applications continuously, so don’t miss out! Submit your application as soon as soon as you can, and mention the job reference number ESD-17538 on your application.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Technical Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact the Rikard Linander – Target Station Group leader – via Rikard.Linander@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Mechanical Technician

Underhållsmekaniker
Läs mer Jun 27
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

We have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space, and are now building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:
The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we now need a wide range of talented Target Station technicians to help us operate, maintain and support all of the systems that are at the beating heart of the Spallation Source – the Target Station.

As our next Mechanical Technician, you participate in the hand-over process for the Target Station systems and take ownership of the operation and maintenance aspects. You will also be responsible for equipment maintenance documentation, creating new and editing of existing technical documentation related to our equipment and ensuring it is all maintained and has an up to date procedure.

About you:
To thrive with us in the Target Station Team, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get your hands dirty!

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications, however relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. We really need someone who can provide skilled mechanical and technical support to the Target team. At ESS, no two work days will be the same. One day, you could be assembling, testing and installing components, whilst the next day could see you planning and executing preventative maintenance programs and proposed equipment modifications.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible! Shift work and occasional on-call duties will be required as necessary.

What can we offer?
Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 25 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

We review applications continuously, so don’t miss out! Submit your application as soon as soon as you can and quote the job reference number ESD-17535 in your application.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact the Rikard Linander – Target Station Group leader – via Rikard.Linander@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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HVAC Technician

VVS-tekniker
Läs mer Jun 27
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

We have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space, and are now building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:
The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we now need a wide range of talented Target Station technicians to help us operate, maintain and support all of the systems that are at the beating heart of the Spallation Source – the Target Station.

As our next HVAC Technician, you will be work on installing, maintaining, repairing air conditioners, climate control systems, heating equipment, ventilation units, refrigeration equipment, and more.

About you:
To thrive with us in the Target Station Team, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get your hands dirty!

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications, however relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. We really need someone who can install, maintain and repair our ventilation and air conditioning systems and equipment. At ESS, no two work days will be the same. One day, you could be identifying maintenance risks on equipment, whilst the next day you could be diagnosing electrical and mechanical faults with our HVAC systems.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible! Shift work and occasional on-call duties will be required as necessary.

What can we offer?
Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 25 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

We review applications continuously, so don’t miss out! Submit your application as soon as soon as you can and quote the job reference number ESD-17539 in your application.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Technical Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact the Rikard Linander – Target Station Group leader – via Rikard.Linander@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Mechanical Design Engineer

Civilingenjör, maskin
Läs mer Jul 22
The European Spallation Source, ESS, a partnership of European countries, is hiring motivated and inspired people to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in different fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe.

ESS can offer a variety of things, such as passionate and international colleagues, a vibrant melting pot of diversity, and a challenging, exciting and high paced work environment. We value and need expertise, innovative minds and great ways of leading and interacting with people from all over the world.

Come and change the world with us!

ESS is now looking for a Mechanical Design Engineer for the Technical Projects Group within the Neutron Scattering Systems (NSS) Project division. 

The NSS Project Division is responsible for construction and commissioning of the neutron beam instruments for the ESS. The scope of the division includes neutron detectors and data acquisition electronics, chopper systems, experiment control systems, electrical and service infrastructure, the neutron bunker (radiological shielding and infrastructure), and a test beamline.

The Technical Projects Group is responsible for management of engineering of the neutron beam instruments, design and manufacturing of the neutron bunker and radiation shielding, design support for common projects (such as choppers, detectors, beam monitors, motion and shutter systems), as well as delivery and integration of electrical infrastructure and instrument electrical systems.

Job description
As Mechanical Design Engineer for the Technical Projects Group you will be required to:


•  perform engineering designs of instrument mechanical subsystems, respecting principles of robust design and using CAD software, specifically CATIA V6
• establish detailed mechanical specifications based on scientific requirements and by liaising with the various stakeholders,


• Generate, maintain and update drawings in the ESS CATIA environment


• deliver mechanical engineering design in accordance with the ESS engineering processes
• analyze engineering problems using traditional analytical methods and FEA packages,
• Work independently and take responsibility for the design development
• prepare engineering documentation including quality assurance as appropriate
• participate and execute relevant reviews / validation,
• write technical specifications, perform market surveys and price enquiries to find appropriate suppliers.
• provide technical and administrative support during system testing, integration and commissioning.
• Some travelling is to be expected. 

In short we believe you have a strong interest in mechanical design and innovation, from modelling to  the  manufacturing  of  devices  and  systems.

An essential aspect is the close collaboration with various ESS stakeholders including the instrument project teams, instrument technology groups but also procurement and facility management.

Qualifications:
You are required to:


• Hold a master’s degree in engineering and have experience in mechanical engineering of complex engineering problems using 3D CAD software and FEA packages.
• Minimum 10 years of work experience as a Mechanical Design Engineer is required
• Experience in being the lead designer is an advantage  
• Experience from large-scale science projects is an advantage 
• Experience in neutron instrumentation, including sample environment systems, is a strong advantage, as is mechanical design experience from the nuclear industry
• Expert knowledge in CATIA, V5 is required, V6 an advantage
• Solid knowledge of engineering codes and standards is required

As working in an international environment will challenge your ability to handle cultural diversity, it is important that you have successfully managed this in previous employments. Experience of working in an international environment is essential and we expect you to be fluent in written and spoken English. Knowledge of additional languages is beneficial.

Our work environment is characterised by fast growth, fast pace of work, and an international atmosphere with highly skilled personnel. You must therefore enjoy the diversity of such an environment and have a personality suited for the challenges it presents. Our work environment is exciting and forward thinking and relies heavily on personal initiative, being self-motivated, organised and have an ability to work independently to tight deadlines.

We truly believe that you:

- are open to new challenges,

- can adapt quickly to fast evolving environment, placing strain on your engineering capabilities,

- are keen to work in very diverse working environment where engineers and scientists alike are from all corners of the world,

- enjoy collaboration and identify yourself as a team player

- can easily identify what is needed of you and successfully perform your work in a systematic and methodical way

- have passion for innovation, and for developing systems that ‘have never been done before’,

 

Duration & Location
This is a permanent position.

Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact

Please provide an application letter and your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

The deadline for applications is August 07, 2022.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. 

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Marie-Louise Ainalem, Group Leader Technical Projects, marie-louise.ainalem@ess.eu.

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Karin Vandenborre, karin.vandenborre@ess.eu.

For trade union information please contact Unionen / Conny Wendt, conny.wendt@ess.eu

or SACO / Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers/ Yngve Levinsen, Yngve.Levinsen@ess.eu

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Executive Assistant to the Technical Director

VD-sekreterare
Läs mer Jul 5
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

Our eyes are our window to the universe. Our eyes enable us to make sense of the world around us. As our understanding grows, we discover even more questions about ourselves, our world and our universe. We have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space, and are now building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:

The ESS is at an exciting turning point. It is in transition from being a construction site, to being an operating facility. To help us realise our goal of being the most powerful neutron source in the world, we are now looking for an Executive Assistant for our Technical Director. This role involves supporting the Technical Director in their daily work, as well as the staff of the Technical Directorate Office. The successful candidate will be required to facilitate and optimize the organisational and communication aspects of the work of the Technical Director and the Technical Directorate Office. A specific interest in a "big Science" project such as ESS would be a real bonus.

This role provides a unique possibility to work in the heart of the largest Directorate at ESS. You will be an important player to ensure that the Technical Director and his management team can work efficiently. Your tasks will vary depending on the needs of the Director, but will be focused in the area of administration, coordination, service and communication. At ESS, no two work days are the same. One day you could be maintaining a complex calendar for appointments, meetings and workshops or planning and coordinating meetings and conferences/events; whilst the next day you could be writing articles and posting on ESS intranet or communicating on behalf of the Technical Director and the management team.

Ultimately, this is a mission critical role which involves providing proactive and confidential support to the Technical Director.

About you:

To thrive with us at ESS, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated, collaborative and confident person.

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. Ideally, you will have appropriate postsecondary qualifications in a relevant area of study, however relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. We really need someonw with excellent working knowledge of the Microsoft Office platform (especially Outlook, Excel, Powerpoint and Word) as well as Zoom.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way. As a diverse organization it is important to be flexible and the ability to handle quick changes.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible!

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 25 or 30 days of annual leave (depending on contract type), as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

The position is a permanent position with a 6 months probationary period. Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden.

Interested? We sure hope so.

If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

We review applications continuously, so don’t miss out! Submit your application as soon as soon as you can. 

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Recruitment partners Kristina Bacos on kristina.bacos@ess.eu or Daniel Nordin Baker on daniel.nordin@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Gruppledare till vårt strålskyddsteam

Strålningsfysiker
Läs mer Jun 17
European Spallation Source ERIC, ESS, är ett spännande mångmiljonprojekt inom neutronvetenskap som kommer att spela en roll i framtidens vetenskap i Europa. ESS är baserat i universitetsstaden Lund, och är ett partnerskap mellan 13 europeiska länder.

ESS söker en gruppledare till vårt strålskyddsteam, en nyckelroll för projektets framgång i teamet är del av organisationen som arbetar med miljö, hälsa, säkerhet och kvalitet.

Om gruppen
Strålskyddsgruppens uppgifter och ansvar innefattar, men är inte begränsade till, att stödja organisationen med frågor som berör strålskydd genom att bidra med kunskap inom strålningsfysik samt radiologisk miljö- och omgivningskontroll samt att:


• Upprätta planer för nya installationer och godkänna nya eller modifierade strålkällor i samband med tekniska kontroller, konstruktion-, säkerhets- och varningsanordningar som är relevanta för strålskydd
• Tillhandahålla specialistråd på hög nivå om strålskydd till ESS-strålskyddstjänster, ESS-ledningen och personal som använder strålkällor.
• Tillhandahålla omfattande, professionell och oberoende rådgivning till ESS med avseende på nödvändiga (rättsliga och operativa) skyddsåtgärder för att begränsa exponeringen för joniserande strålning.
• Bidra till licensiering av ESS-anläggningen inom strålskyddsområdet.
• Bedömning av radiologiska konsekvenser för allmänhet och miljö för såväl planerad verksamhet som för tillbud eller olyckor.
• Bidrag till dokumenthantering och användarprogram inom strålskyddsområden.

Om rollen
Som vår nya gruppledare kommer du att leda och vidareutveckla strålskyddsgruppen. Du kommer också att arbeta nära ESS ledning och personal för att stödja ESS-projektet i strålskyddsfrågor när det gäller driftsättning och drift av anläggningen. Helst är du eller har varit en del av Strålskyddsexpert funktionen hos din nuvarande arbetsgivare. Du kommer att övervaka strålskyddsprogrammet för ESS-anläggningen och kommer att ansvara för att hantera följande funktioner och tjänster:


• Strålskyddsexpertfunktionen
• Operativt strålskydd
• Projekt och service för det radiologiska omgivnings- och miljöövervakningssystemet
• Dosimetritjänst
• Hantering av radioaktivt avfall
• Radioanalytiskt laboratorium

Om dig
Vi tror att du brinner för, har stor kunskap och erfarenhet av ett brett utbud av strålskyddsaktiviteter. Du behöver även ha insikt och kunskap om regelverk, framför allt de svenska och europeiska strålskyddsbestämmelser. För att bli en framgångsrik kandidat behöver du:


• Magisterexamen i strålningsfysik, medicinsk strålningsfysik eller liknande
• Påvisad erfarenhet av ledarskap, mentorskap och koordinering av personal
• Mer än 7 års arbetslivserfarenhet inom praktiskt strålskydd, och erfarenhet att definiera vilka kompetenser som krävs för att bygga ett team som kan bistå organisationen med nödvändiga strålskyddstjänster.
• Arbetslivserfarenhet som certifierad eller utbildad strålskyddsföreståndare eller strålskyddsexpert
• Kunskaper i strålskärmning och dosanalys
• Erfarenhet av att utföra riskanalys och specifikation av åtgärder för kontroll av risker vid radiologiskt arbete är meriterande
• Erfarenhet av att hålla och skapa strålskyddsutbildningar
• Erfarenhet från acceleratordriven anläggning eller liknande är meriterande
• Kunskaper i teknisk dokumentation
• Behärskar engelska flytande (muntligt och skriftligt) och kunskaper i svenska språket är meriterande.

Vad ESS kommer att erbjuda
Hos ESS kan du förvänta dig:


• en möjlighet att bidra till framtida upptäckter inom neutronvetenskap
• en arbetsmiljö fylld av innovativa idéer och människor från hela världen
• en utmanande och spännande arbetsmiljö med högt tempo.
• marknadsmässig och konkurrenskraftig lön som är individuell och differentierad efter roll, ansvar, individuella färdigheter, förmågor och prestationer
• förmåner inklusive 30 dagars årlig semester samt mer än 10 dagars allmänna helgdagar och företagsledighet eller dagar med begränsad arbetstid, flexibla arbetsarrangemang och fokus på balans mellan arbete och privatliv
• i tillämpliga fall kan även omplaceringsstöd och ersättningar finnas tillgängliga

Varaktighet & plats
Tjänsten är tillsvidare med sex månaders inledande prövotid. Din arbetsplats kommer att vara belägen i Lund, Sverige.

Startdatum Tjänsten
Ska tillsättas så snart som möjligt.

Ansökan och kontakt
Vänligen ange din meritförteckning på engelska genom att klicka på "ansök" och följ instruktionerna. Observera att vi endast tar emot ansökningar via ESS hemsida.

För denna roll krävs ESS-hälsokontroller och säkerhetsprövning och kommer att vara tillämpliga i den sista delen av rekryteringsprocessen.

Sista ansökningsdag är 31 juli 2022. Observera att vi kommer att granska ansökningar löpande, så skicka in din ansökan så snart som möjligt. På grund av semesterperioden kommer vi att genomföra de första intervjuerna med videoverktyg och hoppas kunna bjuda in de sista kandidaterna till en platsintervju i senare delen av augusti.

För mer information om ESS rekryteringsprocessen, vänligen följ denna länk https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process .

För ytterligare information om tjänsten, vänligen kontakta rekryteringschefen Sigrid Kozielski , sigrid.kozielski@ess.eu

För ytterligare information om rekryteringsprocessen, vänligen kontakta HR Officer, Karin Vandenborre, karin.vandenborre@ess.eu,

För facklig information vänligen kontakta Unionen / Conny Wendt på conny.wendt@ess.eu eller SACO / Svenska Ingenjörsförbundet / Yngve Levinsen Yngve.Levinsen@ess.eu

Vi ser fram emot din ansökan!

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Integrator Engineer for Safety Critical Control Systems

Riskingenjör, risk management
Läs mer Jul 4
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

We have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space, and are now building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:

As our next Integrator Engineer for Safety Critical Control Systems you will:


• Be the main contact person for questions/issues related to the Accelerator, Target and Bunker Personnel Safety Systems.
• Capture requirements, needs and plans related to system life cycle management (including aspects for operation and maintenance and upgrades).
• Drive and coordinate development activities throughout all design phases with allocated resources, relevant stakeholders and report progress to Project Manager.
• Drive and resolve technical issues throughout all design phases and during operation phases with a standardized approach approved by Technical Lead.
• Drive and coordinate the development of the documentation for the related Personnel Safety System.
• Lead the activities for seamless integration of designated PSS into interfacing systems and parent system operation.
• Plan and coordinate tests and verifications for designated PSS.
• Support project during test phase and hand-over to Commissioning Package Leader.

About you:

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. You need to hold a Master or Bachelor in Engineering, or other relevant experience. Above and beyond this, we really need a candidate with strong experience in electrical control systems design, sound knowledge of PLC programming and automation, prior experience in working with complex systems and within a multicultural environment, hands-on experience with designing, integrating, analyzing, and/or optimizing the performance of critical systems, experience in the field of developing and evaluating dependable architectures and designs for critical and complex systems, prior experience with technology evaluation. Ability to provide new and innovative technological solutions for complex problems, solid experience with requirements solicitation and verification. Previous experience of working in a cross functional role would be an asset, as would prior familiarity with the International Functional Safety Standard IEC 61511.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible! Shift work and occasional on-call duties will be required as necessary.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The closing date for application is Friday 29th July 2022 so submit your application as soon as soon as you can.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact Annika Nordt – Protection Systems Group leader – via Annika.Nordt@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

REF: ESD-18262-E

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Automation Engineer for Personnel Safety and Gas Detection systems

Automationsingenjör, maskin
Läs mer Jul 4
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

We have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space, and are now building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role: 

As our next Automation Engineer for Personnel Safety and Gas Detection systems, you will:


• Lead the design, implementation, testing, simulation and documentation of PLC and HMI software for Personnel Safety and Gas Detection Systems.
• Ensure the PLC software is designed towards a high degree of reliability, modularity, availability, maintainability, and inspect-ability and propose means
• of optimization.
Prepare, execute and document functional verification and validation of PLC software for Personnel Safety and Gas Detection Systems.
• Be involved in reviewing the PLC software from other systems and projects within the Protection Systems Group.
• Lead relevant PLC software maintenance and upgrade activities.
• Actively participate in the integration of equipment/systems located in the accelerator, target station and the neutron instruments into the overall ESS
• Strategy for Personnel Safety and Gas Detection Systems.

About you:

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. You need to hold a University degree in a relevant field - such as automation, computer science or information technology with strong focus on PLC software development and optimization, software engineering, networks, programmable electronics, SCADA systems and frameworks. For this critical role at ESS, we also need someone with excellent knowledge and experience in using Siemens TIA portal programming tools, including related HMI development, someone who has strong experience in programming Siemens safety PLCs and equally strong experience in simulating PLC and HMI programs. Prior experience in documenting software requirements, designs and tests is also required for this role.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible! Shift work and occasional on-call duties will be required as necessary.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The closing date for application is Friday 29th July 2022 so submit your application as soon as soon as you can.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact Annika Nordt – Protection Systems Group leader – via Annika.Nordt@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

REF: ESD-18253

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Integrator Engineer for Safety Critical Control Systems

Riskingenjör, risk management
Läs mer Jul 4
Imagine what we could learn if we could build a microscope so powerful that it could look deep inside the very materials that the universe is made from. A microscope that could actually let us see the atoms and molecules that substances are made from. Imagine the new discoveries we could make, the new materials we could develop and how much we could learn about ourselves and our universe.

The European Spallation Source is the mother of all microscopes! It is one of the most exciting, innovative and ground-breaking,” Big Science” projects under construction today. Research with neutrons lies behind some of the most important materials and innovations which improve our everyday lives, our health and our environment – and ESS will be the most powerful neutron microscope when fully operational in 2027.

We have built telescopes that allow us to look into the deepest regions of space, and are now building a microscope so powerful it will allow us to the study the smallest objects – atoms – in the finest detail.

Come and build the future of Science with us!

About the role:

As our next Integrator Engineer for Safety Critical Control Systems, you will:


• Be the main contact person for questions/issues related to the Accelerator, Target and NSS Gas Detection Systems (ODH and combustible gas detection).
• Capture requirements, needs and plans related to system life cycle management (including aspects for operation and maintenance and upgrades).
• Drive and coordinate development activities throughout all design phases with allocated resources, relevant stakeholders and report progress to Project Manager.
• Drive and resolve technical issues throughout all design phases and during operation phases with a standardized approach approved by Technical Lead.
• Drive and coordinate the development of the documentation for the related Gas Detection Systems.
• Lead the activities for seamless integration of designated Gas Detection Systems into interfacing systems and parent system operation.
• Plan and coordinate tests and verifications for designated Gas Detection Systems.
• Support project during test phase and hand-over to Commissioning Package Leader.

About you:

First and foremost, we need someone who is suitably qualified and experienced. You need to hold a Master in Engineering, or other have other prior relevant experience. We need someone with strong experience in electrical control systems design and knowledge in PLC programming and automation.

The ideal candidate has experience in working with complex systems and within a multicultural environment, hands-on experience with designing, integrating, analyzing, and/or optimizing the performance of safety critical systems, experience in the field of developing and evaluating dependable architectures and designs for critical and complex systems, experience with technology evaluation. You have the ability to provide new and innovative technological solutions for complex problems and can bring solid prior experience with requirements solicitation and verification. Previous experience of working in a cross functional role would be an asset, as would familiarity with the International Functional Safety Standard IEC 61511.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English but it would be great if you could also work in Swedish as well. For this role, we need someone who can start as soon as possible! Shift work and occasional on-call duties will be required as necessary.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The closing date for application is Friday 29th July 2022 so submit your application as soon as soon as you can.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact Annika Nordt – Protection Systems Group leader – via Annika.Nordt@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

REF: ESD-18274-D

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Safety Engineer for Critical Control Systems

Automationstekniker, maskin
Läs mer Jun 23
The European Spallation Source ERIC, ESS, is hiring motivated and inspired people to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. ESS is based in the university city Lund, Sweden and is a partnership of 13 European countries.

ESS is looking for a Safety engineer, as part of one of the teams working with the Integrated Control Systems (ICS), responsible for the design, construction, commissioning and operation of control systems for all parts of the ESS facility.

 

About the team
The tasks and responsibilities of the Protection Systems Group as part of ICS, is the design, realization, operation and consolidation of:


• The ESS Machine Protection System of Systems,
• The Personnel Safety Systems,
• The Gas Detection Systems (e.g. Oxygen Deficiency Hazard (ODH) Detection Systems or Hydrogen Detection Systems).

 

These systems are critical for the successful and safe operation of the facility and are highly integrated into the design of the whole facility. 

About the role
As the successful candidate and future Safety engineer you will be to coordinate the different lifecycle phases for specific personnel safety systems (PSS) but you will also be involved in the design and verification processes of several machine protection systems. This includes but is not limited to:


• Development, verification and documentation of interfaces between personnel safety systems or machine protection systems and equipment in the accelerator, target station and neutron instruments. Ensure compliance with the associated safety or protection integrity levels and reaction times.
• Actively collect, evaluate and optimize requirements from the different stakeholders necessary to design personnel safety systems and machine protection systems.
• Perform engineering design and related duties. Ensure that designs comply with relevant standards, regulations and procedures and that designs are in line with ESS availability goals.
• Actively assist during the installation and the different tests of personnel safety systems machine protection systems (factory acceptance test, site acceptance test, site integration and final integration tests).

About you
We believe that you have: 


• Masters or Bachelors degree in Engineering, or other relevant experience


• Hands-on experience with designing, integrating, analyzing, and/or optimizing the performance of critical systems
• Experience with requirements solicitation and verification


• Experience in working with complex systems and within a multicultural environment
• Knowledge in PLC programming and automation would be an assett
• Knowledge in electrical control systems design would be an assett
• Previous experience of working in a cross functional role would be an asset
• Familiarity with the International Functional Safety Standard IEC 61511 or IEC 61508 is an advantage
• Awareness and ability to add value through creative solutions to complex problems.
• Possess excellent communication and presentation skills,
• Perfectly master English in oral and written form

What ESS will offer
At ESS you can expect:


• an opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science
• a work environment filled with innovative minds and people from all over the world
• a challenging, exciting and high-paced work environment
• market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities, and achievements
• benefits including 30 days of annual leave as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours, flexible working arrangements and focus on work life balance
• and where applicable relocation support and allowances may also be available

Duration & Location
The position is a three year fixed term role with work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact
Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For this role, ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and will be applicable in the final part of the recruitment process.

The deadline for applications is 17 July, 2022 please note that we will review applications continuously, so kindly submit your application at the earliest convenience.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process.

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Annika Nordt, annika.nordt@ess.eu  

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Karin Vandenborre, karin.vandenborre@ess.eu

For trade union information please contact Unionen / Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO / Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers / Yngve Levinsen, Yngve.Levinsen@ess.eu

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Grants Team Leader

Handläggare/Utredare, offentlig förvaltning
Läs mer Jun 1
The European Spallation Source (ESS) is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful scientific neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

We are seeking a Grants Team Leader with relevant professional experience within grants and project management. The role will coordinate and lead the work of the team. It involves interactions and networking, as well as hands-on management and implementation of grants projects.

Description of the role

As the successful candidate and our future Grants Team Lead you will:


• Represent the team in grant-related topics
• Develop and maintain the Group’s work-flows and project management routines
• Perform project management and implementation of grants, ensuring the timely and complete delivery of the financial and technical reporting of selected grants
• Engage and maintain networks and relationships to the European Commission
• Support the Science Directorate in initiating and coordinating scientific activities in current and new partner countries
• Manage the identification of open calls and funding opportunities at the EU and European national level and raising awareness on external grant funding opportunities within ESS
• Manage the provision of all support services from proposal set-up via grant project execution to termination.
• Ensure regular cost control for all grants and provision of information to the science director, finance and respective project and work package leaders

About you


• Academic degree in subject relevant to the portfolio of the tasks
• Background and qualifications in project management
• Proven knowledge of EU framework programmes, in particular Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe
• Experience in the management of EU framework programme projects
• Relevant robust experience from a similar role in an international environment
• Track record of delivering research and innovation proposals
• An established relevant network within research infrastructures and activities of the European Commission
• Experience from working within an ERIC (European Infrastructure Consortium) is an advantage
• Excellent writing and communication skills in English (native speaker level), knowledge also in other languages would be an advantage

As a person you are self-driven and used to work on multiple projects at the same time. You have the ability to prioritise and focus where needed. You are structured in your work and can deliver according to deadlines. Following rules and processes are important to you and you have the ability to coach other team members. The ability to confidently interact and network both internally and externally is key for this role. 

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging and exciting work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities, and achievements.
• Benefits including 30 days of annual leave as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary
• Relocation support and allowances
• An excellent quality of life in the popular, family-friendly, beautiful and well-connected Southern Sweden/Greater Copenhagen region.

Duration & Location
The position is a permanent position.

Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible, preferably in August/September 2022.

Application & Contact

Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.



Deadline for the application is 21st June, 2022. 

For some roles at ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and thus this might be applicable in the final parts of the recruitment process. The applicant is expected to be fit to perform the applicable tasks of this recruitment. 

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Interim Group Leader for the External Relations Group; Jimmy Andersen, jimmy.andersen[at]ess.eu.

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Tina Nilsson, tina.nilsson[at]ess.eu.

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Main Control Room Operators

Kontrollingenjör, elektronik
Läs mer Maj 24
The European Spallation Source, ESS, a partnership of European countries, is hiring motivated and inspired people to plan, design, and construct the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in different fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe.

ESS can offer a variety of things, such as passionate and international colleagues, a vibrant melting pot of diversity, and a challenging, exciting and high paced work environment. We value and need expertise, innovative minds and great ways of leading and interacting with people from all over the world.

Come and change the world with us!

ESS is now looking for three Main Control Room Operators for the Operations Section organised within Accelerator Division in the Technical Directorate. The Operations section is responsible for ensuring a well-organized and safe operation of the ESS neutron source and relevant technical infrastructure by controlling and monitoring the facility from the main control room. Scope includes accelerator systems, target systems and related technical systems.

If you would like to be part of the team driving the world’s most powerful accelerator based neutron source, this is your opportunity!

Job description
Your main areas of responsibilities as a Control Room Operator will be to:


• Perform scheduled shift work in ESS main control room.
• Ensure that the logbook for the shift is kept.
• Perform accelerator tunnel search procedure as required.
• Manage the keys to the personnel safety systems.
• Work with and as instructed by the shift leader of the control room.
• During Machine Development and Commissioning shifts, work together with the study leader or systems testing leader, to ensure that the studies/tests can take place.
• Work with technical systems groups and contribute to the development of the operations instructions, procedures and training.
• Develop knowledge about the accelerator subsystems and their operation.
• Have an opportunity to get involved (part-time) in other technical and non-technical projects as necessary.
• Be the point of contact for questions concerning safety (radiological or conventional) when on shift
• Working outside normal working hours is to be expected.

Qualifications:
The successful candidate will have a:


• Technical degree (bachelor or equivalent) in physics, engineering or computer sciences.
• Basic knowledge of particle accelerator and support infrastructure systems.
• Experience working at an accelerator facility is a benefit.
• Experience working as an operator at a similar control room is a benefit.
• Experience in controls systems and software development is a benefit.
• Good written and oral communication skills in English are a prerequisite.

We are building up the operations team and look for candidates that are able to establish good relationships with others and helps in building the team spirit. We truly believe that you are an organized person with high sense of responsibility and good judgment. Our work environment is characterized by fast growth, fast pace of work, and an international atmosphere with highly skilled personnel. You must therefore enjoy the diversity of such an environment and have a personality suited for the challenges it presents. Our work environment is exciting and forward thinking and relies heavily on personal initiative.

Duration & Location
The position is permanent with six months initial probationary period 

Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact
Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For some roles at ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and thus this might be applicable in the final parts of the recruitment process. The applicant is expected to be fit to perform the applicable tasks of this recruitment. 

The deadline for applications is 19 June 2022. 

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. 

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Lali Tchelidze, Section Leader Operations, lali.tchelidze@ess.eu

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Karin Vandenborre, karin.vandenborre@ess.eu 

For trade union information please contact Unionen / Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO / Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers/ Yngve Levinsen, Yngve.Levinsen@ess.eu

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Main Control Room Shift Leader

Kontrollingenjör, elektronik
Läs mer Maj 24
The European Spallation Source, ESS, a partnership of European countries, is hiring motivated and inspired people to plan, design, and construct the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in different fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe.

ESS can offer a variety of things, such as passionate and international colleagues, a vibrant melting pot of diversity, and a challenging, exciting and high paced work environment. We value and need expertise, innovative minds and great ways of leading and interacting with people from all over the world.

Come and change the world with us!

ESS is now looking for a Main Control Room Shift Leader for the Operations Section organised within Accelerator Division in the Technical Directorate. The Operations section is responsible for ensuring a well-organized and safe operation of the ESS neutron source and relevant technical infrastructure by controlling and monitoring the facility from the main control room. Scope includes accelerator systems, target systems and related technical systems.

If you would like to be part of the team driving the world’s most powerful accelerator based neutron source, this is your opportunity!

Job description
Your main areas of responsibilities as a Control Room Shift Lead will be to:


• Ensure safe operation of the ESS neutron source and technical infrastructure
• Ensure that the operational limits and conditions are followed
• Authorize changes in the beam mode and destination inside the current operational limits and conditions
• Chair daily meetings to coordinate and authorize daily work/access to operational areas (within the scope of the main control room)
• Supervise and guide the work of the operators
• Ensure that the local rules for operational areas (within the scope of the main control room) are followed
• Monitor and issue keys to the Personnel  Safety System (PSS) controlled areas.
• Be the point of contact for questions concerning safety (radiological or conventional) when on shift
• Ensure that the logbook for the shift is kept
• During Machine Development and Commissioning shifts, work together with the study leader or systems testing leader, to ensure that the studies/tests can take place while ensuring the safety of the operation
• Work with technical systems groups and contribute to the development of the operations instructions, procedures and training
• Perform scheduled shift work in ESS main control room

Working outside normal working hours and on-call is to be expected. 

Qualifications:
The successful candidate will have a:


• Technical degree (bachelor or higher) in physics, engineering or computer sciences. 
• Basic knowledge of particle accelerator and support infrastructure systems.
• At least a few years of experience working at an accelerator facility.
• Experience in controls systems and software development is an advantage
• At least few years of experience as shift leader/similar in a control room is highly desirable.
• Good written and oral communication skills in English are a prerequisite.

We truly believe that you are an organized person with high sense of responsibility and good judgment. That you have the ability to make prompt clear decisions and take responsibility for actions, projects and people. In the role as Control Room Shift Lead you need to be able to provide others with clear directions as well as establish good relationships with different internal and external stakeholders. Our work environment is characterized by fast growth, fast pace of work, and an international atmosphere with highly skilled personnel. You must therefore enjoy the diversity of such an environment and have a personality suited for the challenges it presents. Our work environment is exciting and forward thinking and relies heavily on personal initiative.

Duration & Location
The position is permanent with six months initial probationary period.

 Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible and there for interviews will be conducted continuously so kindly submit your application at the earliest convenience.

Application & Contact
Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. 

Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For some roles at ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and thus this might be applicable in the final parts of the recruitment process. The applicant is expected to be fit to perform the applicable tasks of this recruitment. 

The deadline for applications is 19 June, 2021

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process. 

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Lali Tchelidze, Section Leader Operations, lali.tchelidze@ess.eu.

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Karin Vandenborre, karin.vandenborre@ess.eu.

For trade union information please contact Unionen / Conny Wendt Conny.Wendt@ess.eu or SACO / Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers/ Yngve Levinsen, Yngve.Levinsen@ess.eu

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Laboratory Technician

Laboratorietekniker, fysik
Läs mer Maj 17
The European Spallation Source is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

About the role:
We are now looking to appoint a Laboratory Technician to join the Accelerator Division here at ESS. The Accelerator Division is designing, constructing, commissioning and operating a truly one of a kind 5 MW linear accelerator and all of the associated systems for the ESS facility – which incorporate a wide range of custom and off-the-shelf detector, electronic, and software technologies.

This is a crucial role for ESS and it represents a great opportunity for a service-oriented individual who can adapt well to new challenges every day. No two work days will be the same. One day, you could be assembling and testing precision mechanical and optical systems, whilst the next day you could be working with staff at partner laboratories throughout Europe or writing specifications, procurement documents, test procedures and other documentation.

About you:
To thrive with us in the Accelerator Division, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get your hands dirty!

Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications, however relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of degree you hold. Examples of recognized qualifications include Technical Assistant degrees, apprenticeships such as the CERN Technician Training Experience, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. We really need someone who knows how to organize and maintain laboratories full of particle detector systems, electronic instrumentation, optics, and additional scientific equipment. You will use your hands-on skills to assemble and test precision mechanical and optical systems, and you will enjoy collaborations with your colleagues in chemistry, vacuum and other facilities across the ESS campus. It would be a real advantage if you are comfortable using a variety of software to acquire and analyze data, and if you can bring experience of working in a research environment.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, organised, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English, but for this role, it would be considered a significant advantage if you could also work in Swedish as well.

What can we offer?
Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 25 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.
• Relocation support and allowances if needed.
• An excellent quality of life in the highly sought after, family-friendly, beautiful and well-connected Southern Sweden/Greater Copenhagen region.

This a permanent position. You will be based at the ESS Campus in Lund, Sweden - and we’d love you to start as soon as possible. We anticipate that this role will require occasional on-call and shift work in the future.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The closing date for applications for this position is Friday, 17th June 2022.

If you want to know more about this role, please contact the recruitment manager Thomas Shea on thomas.shea@ess.eu.For questions about the recruitment process, contact Daniel Nordin Baker on daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We hope to hear from you soon!

Internal reference: ESD-13910

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Electronics Technician

Eltekniker
Läs mer Maj 17
The European Spallation Source is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

About the role:
We are now looking to appoint an Electronics Technician to join the Accelerator Division here at ESS. The Accelerator Division is designing, constructing, commissioning and operating a truly one of a kind 5 MW linear accelerator and all of the associated systems for the ESS facility – which incorporate a wide range of custom and off-the-shelf detector, electronic, and software technologies.

This is a crucial role for ESS and it represents a great opportunity for a service-oriented individual who can adapt well to new challenges every day. No two work days will be the same. One day, you could be assembling and testing high performance analog and digital electronics, whilst the next day you could be working with staff at partner laboratories throughout Europe or writing specifications, procurement documents, test procedures and other documentation.

About you:
To thrive with us in the Accelerator Division, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get your hands dirty!

First and foremost, we need a generalist who is passionate about electronics, yet eager to take on tasks in other areas such as mechanics. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications, however relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of degree you hold. Examples of recognized qualifications include Technical Assistant degrees, apprenticeships such as the CERN Technician Training Experience, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. We really need someone who knows how to solder low voltage wiring, assemble rack mounted and electromechanical equipment, and configure and test embedded computer systems. It would be a real advantage if you know your way around wiring diagrams, technical schematics, and mechanical drawings.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English, but for this role, it would be considered a significant advantage if you could also work in Swedish as well.

What can we offer?
Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 25 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.
• Relocation support and allowances if needed.
• An excellent quality of life in the highly sought after, family-friendly, beautiful and well-connected Southern Sweden/Greater Copenhagen region.

This a permanent position. You will be based at the ESS Campus in Lund, Sweden - and we’d love you to start as soon as possible. We anticipate that this role will require occasional on-call and shift work in the future.

Interested? We sure hope so.
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

The closing date for applications for this position is Friday, 17th June 2022.

If you want to know more about this role, please contact the recruitment manager Thomas Shea on thomas.shea@ess.eu.For questions about the recruitment process, contact Daniel Nordin Baker on daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We hope to hear from you soon!

Internal reference: ESD-13557

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Section leader - Automation Section

Driftchef, data
Läs mer Maj 17
The European Spallation Source ERIC, ESS, is hiring motivated and inspired people to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. ESS is based in the university city Lund, Sweden and is a partnership of 13 European countries.

ESS is looking for a Section Leader for the Automation within our Integrated Control System (ICS) division. The tasks and responsibilities of the Integrated Control Systems (ICS) division include - but are not limited to - the design, construction, commissioning and operation of control systems for the ESS facility.


About the team
The Automation team, is a new section with in the Control System Hardware & Integration Support Group. The tasks and responsibilities of the section include but are not limited to:


• Design, develop and test control systems using PLC technology
• Own and maintain automation systems in the ESS enterprise asset management systems
• Ensure that automation systems are adequately documented in the ESS document management systems and break-down structures
• Actively participate in work with deliverable and process quality

About the role
As the successful candidate and future Section Leader for the Automation you will: 


• Interacting and be part of the Integrated Control System (ICS) management team
• Recruit and develop new as well as existing talents for the automation section and create a high performance automation team
• Procure consultancy services to cover transient resource needs in the automation section
• Manage procedures and administration for employees and consultants in line with ESS rules and policy
• Collaborate and specify deliverables for sub-contractors and in-kind partners
• Reporting weekly progress/issues/next steps to work package managers
• Support work package and project managers with technical competence as well as Earned Value Management project reporting
• Ensure that all work is executed in accordance with ESS quality assurance and safety procedures

About you
We believe that you full fill the following mandatory requirements:


• Master's degree or equivalent in engineering, technology or science
• 3+ years of experience from line management for control system development organizations
• 3+ years of experience from industrial automation using Siemens S7 and TIA portal
• 3+ years of experience from integrating control systems (preferably using EPICS, but experience from industrial standards such as SCADA is meriting)
• Experience in leading and managing engineers in a complex international organization
• Experience in recruiting and developing talent for complex international organizations
• Excellent communication and collaboration skills
• Excellent oral and written English skills, including developing technical control system documentation in English

The following merits will benefit you in the role:


• 5+ years of relevant professional control system development experience
• 2+ years of experience from EPICS integration and development
• 2+ years of experience working with Beckhoff TwinCAT systems
• Documented experience as line manager at a big science facility
• Experience in system engineering and total lifecycle management of control systems
• Experience from complex, international technical/scientific projects

What ESS will offer
At ESS you can expect:


• an opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science
• a work environment filled with innovative minds and people from all over the world
• a challenging, exciting and high-paced work environment
• market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities, and achievements
• benefits including 30 days of annual leave as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours, flexible working arrangements and focus on work life balance
• and where applicable relocation support and allowances may also be available

Duration & Location
The position is permanent with six months initial probation period. Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact
Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For this role, ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and will be applicable in the final part of the recruitment process.

The deadline for applications is 12 June, 2022,  please note that we will review applications continuously, so kindly submit your application at the earliest convenience.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process.

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Karl Vestin, Group Leader Control System Hardware & Integration Support, karl.vestin@ess.eu

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Karin Vandenborre, karin.vandenborre@ess.eu, 

For trade union information please contact Unionen / Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO / Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers / Yngve Levinsen at Yngve.Levinsen@ess.eu

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Automation Engineer

Automationsingenjör, maskin
Läs mer Maj 5
The European Spallation Source is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

We are now looking to recruit an Automation Engineer to join the team here at ESS. This is a critical role that exists within our Integrated Control System (ICS) division. The tasks and responsibilities of the Integrated Control Systems (ICS) division include - but are not limited to - the design, construction, commissioning and operation of control systems for the ESS facility.

About the role:
As our next automation engineer, you will be responsible for interacting with Integrated Control System (ICS) stakeholders to define requirements, design and develop control systems to ensure that all work is executed in accordance with ESS quality assurance and safety procedures. Therefore, we need someone who can participate in creating test and validation plans according to requirements, design control system solutions and prepare for technical reviews and also implement and realize designed solutions.

To thrive with us in the Integrated Control System (ICS) division, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person with a keen eye for troubleshooting and optimising the performance of existing solutions. Experience of working with Siemens S7 PLC’s using TIA Portal and Beckhoff TwinCAT systems is essential.

First and foremost, we need someone who is passionate about what we’re trying to achieve. Appropriate technical qualifications are required for this role, however relevant experience in a similar role is also a critical factor that we must consider. We really need someone with the proven ability to drive test and validation procedures for our designed solutions, formulate and document requirements for partner contributions, participate in follow-up on partner development activities and who can review and assess designs and documents from partner contributors.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way. We need someone who is comfortable reporting on weekly progress, issues and next steps to work package managers as well as supporting work package and project managers with technical competence and Earned Value Management project reporting.

The working language of ESS is English, but for this role, it would be considered a significant advantage if you could also work in Swedish as well.

What can we offer?
Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:
An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.


• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe where every person matters.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so:
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

We review applications continuously, so don’t miss out! Submit your application as soon as soon as you can. The closing date for applications will be Friday 3rd June, 2022.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager Karl Vestin at Karl.Vestin@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Work Unit Manager – Cryogenic Controls

Automationsingenjör, elkraft
Läs mer Maj 5
The European Spallation Source is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

We are now looking to recruit Work Unit Manager for our Cryogenic Systems here at ESS. This is a mission critical role that exists within our Integrated Control System (ICS) division. The tasks and responsibilities of the Integrated Control Systems (ICS) division include - but are not limited to - the design, construction, commissioning and operation of control systems for the ESS facility.

About the role:
To thrive with us in the Integrated Control System (ICS) division, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person with a keen eye for troubleshooting and optimising the performance of existing solutions. Experience of working with Siemens S7 PLC’s using TIA Portal is essential.

First and foremost, we need someone who is passionate about what we’re trying to achieve. Appropriate technical qualifications are required for this role, however relevant leadership experience in a similar role is also a critical factor that we need to consider. Crucially, we need someone who can complete the development, testing, integration and commissioning of the control systems for all ESS cryogenic systems and who can ensure we have a complete and comprehensive quality and documentation baseline for control systems for the cryogenic systems.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way. Excellent communication skills are a must for this role, as we need you to take an active role in the technical development work for cryogenic control systems and also support the ICS line management to ensure there is adequate resourcing for cryogenic control system activities.

The working language of ESS is English, but for this role, it would be considered a significant advantage if you could also work in Swedish as well. You should be able to demonstrate to us that you can create clear and concise project reports and that you have a track record of reporting weekly progress, issues and next steps to work package managers.

What can we offer?
Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe where every person matters.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• 30 days of annual leave, as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so:
If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

We review applications continuously, so don’t miss out! Submit your application as soon as soon as you can. The closing date for applications will be Friday, 3rd of June 2022.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager Karl Vestin at Karl.Vestin@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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IT Support Technician

Helpdesktekniker/Supporttekniker
Läs mer Apr 28
The European Spallation Source is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. The ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

We are now looking to appoint an IT Support Technician for the Information Technology division. 

The main responsibilities of the IT division is to maintain, improve, advise and lead the work on the IT platform to meet the need of the project both today and tomorrow. Mission of the team is to provide a stable and accessible IT platform, with the key drivers of being open, excellent and collaborative. The goal of operation is to make everyone able to get the tools they need and to provide high quality service and support.

About the role

As an IT Support Specialist you will provide technical assistance to other employees and collaborators to the project. You will answer questions or resolve computer problems for users either in person, via telephone or over a remote connection. Your responsibility is to provide assistance concerning the use of computer hardware and software including printing, installation, word processing, mail and operating systems. You may also be required to teach people how to use the computers/software commonly used here, and to be asked sometimes to write instruction booklets.

Your main responsibilities will include: 


• Read technical manuals, confer with users, or conduct computer diagnostics to investigate and resolve problems or to provide technical assistance and support.
• Answer user inquiries regarding computer software or hardware operation to resolve problems.
• Configure and deploy new equipment, handle repairs, orders and other logistics.
• Dispatch incoming cases to the support team and also escalate when necessary.

About you


• At least 3 years of relevant work experience or equivalent education
• In-depth experience with Windows/MacOS as an administrator or power user is a necessity.
• Experience of working in an international environment is beneficial.
• Excellent oral and written English skills are a prerequisite; knowledge of other European languages would be an advantage.

Extra merits:


• University degree in Computer Science.
• Relevant Certifications. e.g. as an MCDST (Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician) would be a significant advantage.
• Experience as a support technician/help-desk operator.
• Experience with MacOS & UNIX-based environments.
• Software development knowledge. 

To be successful and perform well in this position you need to have an organised and structured way of working. You like working with people and have a service-minded way of handling your tasks. You communicate clearly and are good at managing people’s expectations of your services.

Our work environment is characterised by fast growth, high rate of work, and an international atmosphere with highly academic personnel. You must therefore enjoy the diversity of such and have a personality suited for the challenges it holds. In this growing organisation you will have the possibility to take part in developing new routines and processes. Our work environment is exciting and forward thinking and relies heavily on personal initiative.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe.
• A challenging and exciting work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities, and achievements.
• Benefits including 30 days of annual leave as well as more than 10 days of public holiday and company days off or days with limited working hours.
• Monthly pension contributions on top of your salary
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.
• An excellent quality of life in the highly sought after, family-friendly, beautiful and well-connected Southern Sweden/Greater Copenhagen region.

Relocation support is not provided for this role. 

Duration & Location
The position is a permanent position.

Your work place will be situated in Lund, Sweden. 

Start date
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

Application & Contact

Please provide your curriculum vitae in English by clicking on “apply” and follow the instructions. Please note that we only accept applications via the ESS website.

For some roles at ESS health check-ups and security clearance are required, and thus this might be applicable in the final parts of the recruitment process. The applicant is expected to be fit to perform the applicable tasks of this recruitment. 

Please note that the position will be open until filled. We encourage applicants to apply as soon as possible, since selection and interviews will be done on an ongoing basis. 

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process

For further information regarding the position, please contact the Recruiting Manager, Johan Olander, Group Leader for IT Support and Operations, johan.olander[at]ess.eu.

For further information regarding the recruitment process, please contact HR Officer, Tina Nilsson, tina.nilsson[at]ess.eu. 

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Technician

Elektrotekniker
Läs mer Maj 2
The European Spallation Source is hiring motivated and inspiring people from across the globe to design, construct and operate the world’s most powerful neutron source. We seek ambitious, talented people in a range of fields who are excited about playing a part in the future of science in Europe. ESS is a partnership of 13 European countries and occupies a truly impressive campus based in the beautiful, cosmopolitan university city of Lund, Sweden – just 10 minutes from Malmö and 30 minutes from Copenhagen.

We are looking to recruit a technician to assist with installation and testing of the ESS Radio Frequency (RF) systems, sub-systems and test stands. You will be working closely with, and assisting other members, of the RF group as well as having your own short and longer term responsibilities. We envisage that your role will later evolve into operation, equipment optimisation, and preventative maintenance. Although we work with equipment of an electronics and RF nature, we're looking for a real "all-rounder" – someone who is willing to learn and who has a growth mindset to develop new skills and take on a variety of tasks.

About the role:

To thrive with us in the RF Team, you need to be driven, responsive and good at spotting both problems and opportunities. You need to be a highly motivated person who isn’t afraid to get your hands dirty! 

First and foremost, we need someone who is passionate about hardware. Ideally, you will have appropriate technical qualifications, however relevant experience in a similar role is more critical than the type of qualification you hold. We really need someone to assist in the electrical and mechanical installation and testing of the RF systems – including rack mounted components, cabling and assembly. However, no two work days will be the same. One day, you could be carrying out testing of components and fault-finding, whilst the next day could see you soldering and fabricating electronic circuits and sub-assemblies. It is important that you are familiar with test and measurement procedures, so familiarity with oscilloscopes and multimeters is critical for this role.

We are building ESS from the ground up, so we need someone who is comfortable not only following procedures, but also creating them. We attach great importance to personality and attitude, so we're looking for a real team player: Someone who is sociable, has excellent communication skills, who likes to collaborate with different people and who is committed to helping this amazing project to realise its full potential. We need a hands-on self-starter who is able to work in a structured, orderly, responsible and – most importantly – safe way.

The working language of ESS is English, but for this role, it would be considered a significant advantage if you could also work in Swedish as well. If you are able to read, understand and produce electrical schematics using e-plan or AutoCAD, this would be definite advantage.

What can we offer?

Aside from the opportunity to work at one of only 4 linear accelerator-based Spallation sources on the whole planet, you can also expect:


• An opportunity to contribute to the future discoveries within neutron science.
• A stunning, brand new workplace filled with innovative minds and brilliant people from across the globe where every person matters.
• A challenging, exciting and fast-paced work environment.
• Market competitive compensation that is individual and differentiated according to role, responsibilities, individual skills, abilities and achievements.
• Flexible working arrangements and a real work-life balance.

Interested? We sure hope so:

If you see yourself in what we’re looking for, please provide your CV and motivation letter in English by clicking on “apply” and following the instructions. Please be aware that we can only accept direct applications made via the ESS website.

We review applications continuously, so don’t miss out! Submit your application as soon as soon as you can.

For more information regarding the ESS recruitment process, please follow this link https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process or contact Daniel Nordin Baker – Recruitment partner – at daniel.nordin@ess.eu. For further information regarding the position, please contact Morten Jensen - Recruiting Manager for RF Systems - via Morten.Jensen@ess.eu

For trade union information, please contact Unionen representative Conny Wendt at conny.wendt@ess.eu or SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

We look forward to receiving your application soon!

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Receptionist med Kontorsvaktmästarfärdigheter

Kontorsreceptionist
Läs mer Maj 10
European Spallation Source, ESS, söker motiverade och inspirerade medarbetare som vill bidra med att planera, designa och bygga världens starkaste neutronkälla. Vi söker ambitiösa och begåvade människor inom olika områden som vill vara med och påverka vetenskapens framtid i Europa.

Var med och förändra världen tillsammans med oss!

ESS söker nu en receptionist med kontorsvakmästarfärdigheter till Office Support Group.

Vill du arbeta i en fartfylld miljö där service och support står i fokus?
Vi är en liten grupp kreativa och lösningsorienterade medarbetare, som jobbar med att ge support och service till vår organisation som idag har ca 700 medarbetare. Miljön är internationell och engelska är vårt företagsspråk, även om mycket av det dagliga arbetet inom teamet sker på svenska. Vi arbetar med Office support och våra huvudområden är reception och kontorsvaktmästeri, generell service management. 

Nu söker vi dig som vill bli en del av vår fantastiska grupp, och kan fungera i denna kombinationsroll med arbete i båda huvudområdena.

Beskrivning av tjänsten

Under en arbetsdag i den här rollen kommer du att växla mellan att välkomna gäster och personal i receptionen, se över lokaler och mötesrum, ta hand om posten och paket samt hoppa in där behovet uppstår. Hantering av fordon, kontorsförråd och ärenden i vårt ticketsystem ingår också i tjänsten.

Dina huvudsakliga uppgifter inkluderar att:


• Hantera receptionen
• Hantera, följa upp och distribuera serviceärenden
• Deltaga i arbete kring att planera kontor och kontorsflyttar
• Fylla på kontorsmaterial i olika ESS kontor
• Inventering och beställning av kontorsartiklar och möbler
• Hantera konferensutrustning, samt förbereda och stötta vid större möten
• Hantera gods och postmottagning och våra Pack City-skåp
• Vara delaktig i interna flyttar av arbetsplatser på kontoret

Arbete utanför normal arbetstid är att förvänta när arbetsuppgifterna så kräver.

Kvalifikationer

I den här rollen är det viktigt att du ser dig själv som en riktig lagspelare, och har en positiv och service-minded attityd. Du är självständig, driven och tycker om att arbeta på ett strukturerat sätt. Det är viktigt för dig att leverera god service och att ha en god dialog med kollegor, leverantörer och andra intressenter kommer naturligt för dig. En positiv utstrålning och anda som smittar av sig uppskattas, av både kunden och gruppen.

Viktiga kvalifikationer är dessutom:


• Avslutad utbildning, åtminstone på gymnasienivå, gärna med inriktning på service, reception och support
• Tidigare erfarenhet ifrån liknade service/support, kontorsvaktmästarroll
• God datorvana, och kapacitet att arbeta självständigt i vanliga program (Word, Excel, Outlook, Zoom etc)
• Körkort på B-nivå
• Flytande engelska i tal och skrift

För den här rollen är personlig lämplighet av yttersta vikt. Förutom fokus på service och samarbete är personlig integritet och förmågan att hålla full konfidentialitet när så krävs viktiga faktorer. Erfarenhet av arbete i en internationell miljö är mycket meriterande.

Den ansökande förväntas ha de fysiska förutsättningarna för att klara av arbetsuppgifterna för den här rollen, inklusive att bära och lyfta.

Tjänstens omfattning samt arbetsort

Tjänsten är en tidsbegränsad visstidsanställning, som beräknas vara till slutet av 2022. Ev förlängning av tjänsten eller av en del av tjänsten kan bli aktuell utifrån behov. Startdatum önskas så snart som möjligt, enligt överenskommelse.

Din arbetsplats är i Lund, Sverige.

Ansökan och kontakt

Skicka in ditt CV och ditt ansökningsbrev på engelska genom att klicka ”ansök”/”apply” och följ instruktionerna som följer. Vänligen notera att vi enbart tar emot ansökningar via vår webbsida.

Sista ansökningsdag är den 25 maj, 2022 men vänligen notera att vi utför ett löpande urval. Kandidater rekommenderas att ansöka så snart som möjligt.

Mer information angående ESS rekryteringsprocess hittar du här: https://europeanspallationsource.se/ess-recruitment-process

För mer information om den här tjänsten, vänligen kontakta rekryterande chef, Group Leader för Office Support Group, Linda Björk, linda.bjork[at]ess.eu.

För mer information angående rekryteringsprocessen för den här positionen, vänligen kontakta HR Officer, Tina Nilsson, tina.nilsson[at]ess.eu.

För facklig information, vänligen kontakta Unionen / Conny Wendt at +46 72 179 24 63

eller SACO/Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers representative Yngve Levinsen at yngve.levinsen@ess.eu.

Välkommen med din ansökan!

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