CERN's Product Lifecycle Management systems (PLM) manages Computer-Aided Design (CAD) data and technical documentation for the entire Organization. We are now in a challenging project to replace the existing landscape of silo applications by a single modern PLM platform. This integrated set of tools contains information about millions of equipment components. In total, over 5000 users depend on the software provided by the group.
You will be working in a dynamic agile team and will be given the opportunity to specify, design and deliver functionalities that integrate and extend the use of the future PLM platform.
Typical application areas in which you will work include: CAD Data Management, 3D model visualization, Engineering Document Management, integration with other information systems and quality of legacy data.
Your work will consist of:
- Extending CERN's new PLM platform using web, .NET and CAD-specific technologies;
- Build CAD and 3D transformation pipelines: export, simplification, conversion;
- Integrate CAD tools with 3D visualization technologies: web and native viewers, virtual reality;
- Build, maintain and operate the infrastructure required to run CPU and GPU intensive jobs;
- Performing code review, testing, delivery and support of the software;
- Integrating and linking enterprise applications;
- Performing data analysis and data migration.
- You are a national of a CERN Member or Associate Member State;
- You have graduated, or are about to graduate, with a university degree (BSc or MSc level in computer science,engineering or another relevant course) and have no more than 4 years’ relevant experience after obtaining your degree;
Kindly note that experience prior to the latest obtained degree will not be taken into account for the calculation of your overall years of experience.
Essential skills and experience:
- Experience in designing and developing back-end applications using technologies such as .NET, Java, Python, NodeJS;
- Experience with SQL Database Management Systems;
- Hands-on experience with continuous integration and deployment;
- Hands-on experience in using version control systems inside a team (git, GitLab, GitHub).
Desired technical skills:
- Knowledge of 3D and CAD concepts and file formats;
- Constructive solid geometry: SketchUp, Catia, AutoCAD, Fusion 360, Free CAD;
- Mesh modelling: Blender, Autodesk 3D Studio Max or similar tools;
- Game, rendering and physics engines like Unity or Unreal Engine.
CERN would very much like to benefit from your expertise, commitment and passion.
In return, CERN will provide you with:
- An employment contract for between six months (minimum) up to a maximum of 36 months.
- A stipend ranging from 5,305 to 6,586 Swiss Francs per month (net of tax).
- Coverage by CERN’s comprehensive health scheme (for yourself, your spouse and children), and membership of the CERN Pension Fund.
- Depending on your individual circumstances: an installation grant, family, child and infant allowances as well as travel expenses to and from Geneva.
- 2.5 days of paid leave per month.
Your Life @CERN
This is how you can apply:
You will need the following documents to complete your application:
- A CV.
- A scanned PDF of your most recent relevant qualification.
We recommend to add two recent letters of recommendation, giving an overview of your academic and/or professional achievements. You can upload these letters at the time of application if you have them to hand. You will also be provided with a link as soon as you have submitted your application to forward to your referees to upload their letters confidentially. Please note this must be done before the closing date.
All applications should reach us no later than 20 July 2021.
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