Lund: Safety Engineer for Critical Control Systems

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Publicerad: 2022-09-21 // Varaktighet: Heltid

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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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!

Ansök nu

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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