By joining the EL-CS Section, you will actively participate in the studies and worksite supervision of cabling installations for diverse equipment at CERN, such as beam instrumentation, radio frequency, vacuum systems, safety systems, power converters, etc. Amongst your tasks you will be involved in the following:
- Analyse installation requirements for (de) cabling worksites, involving both signal cabling and DC-power cabling for the accelerator magnets;
- Take part in analysing the users requests, verifying for instance the cable types, cable routes, connector types and wiring conventions. Assist the project managers in preparing technical work files for the contractors;
- Participate on site surveys for identification and tagging of unused cables in collaboration with CERN users;
- Contribute in drafting the planning for (de) cabling works and follow-up with the contractors;
- Manage the worksite, verifying on daily basis the quality and progress of the work performed by contractors, addressing the non-conformities;
- Organize and manage worksite meetings, including reception of works;
- Verify worksites as-built documentation and update cable database;
- Prepare work progress reports;
You will be guided to acquire the capacity of dealing with installations of increasing complexity. Your ability of efficiently supporting and integrating the Section team will be a key aspect of your daily work.
In order to qualify for a place on the programme you will need to meet the following requirements:
- You are a national of a CERN Member State or Associate Member State (https://home.cern/about/member-states);
- You have a Technical Diploma or equivalent in in Electricity, Electronics, Telecommunication or equivalent; and no more than 4 years' relevant experience after finishing your diploma;
- If you are currently studying, you are still eligible to apply, although you are expected to have obtained your qualification by the start of your appointment at CERN;
- If you hold a BSc or MSc, you are not eligible. However you may be eligible for the Fellowship Programme.
- You should have at least a working knowledge of English or French.
Additional specific requirements:
- Willingness to work on cable installations on-site (machine tunnels, galleries, experimental areas, radiation environment) for most of your time, and excellent team-working attitude.
- A valid driving license.
CERN would very much like to benefit from your expertise, commitment and passion. In return, CERN will provide you with:
- An employment contract of one year, renewable for a second year;
- On-the-job and formal training at CERN as well as in-house language courses for English and/or French;
- A monthly stipend of 4585 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.
You will need the following documents, clearly labelled (e.g. “CV”, “Motivation letter”, “Academic transcript”, etc.) and in PDF format to complete your application:
- A CV;
- A scan of your latest relevant qualification;
- One reference letter (from a professor or previous employer) giving an overview of your academic and/or professional achievements. This should be as broad as possible.
You may upload the reference letter yourself, whilst submitting your application, or through your referee via the link you will receive shortly after submitting your application.
All applications should normally reach us no later than 31.01.2022.
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