Spontaneous application in Radiation Protection
Skills always in demand.
CERN's ambitious scientific endeavour cannot be undertaken without tight safety and radiation protection measures. Join the team of specialist professionals dedicated to radiation protection, and make your mark in ensuring that the environment in which CERN achieves its results is safe and compliant with the latest radiological regulations and standards both very safe, and without any harm from ionizing radiation. Take Part!
There are opportunities for engineers, physicists, technical engineers and technicians to join the Radiation Protection Group (DGS-RP) of the HSE Unit, which ensures the application of the state of the art practices and measurement techniques to assess the hazards relating to risks of exposure to ionizing radiation and ensures that exposure is kept as low as possible. The DGS-RP group fulfills its mandate in collaboration with the CERN departments owning or operating particle accelerators and experimental installations, which are sources of ionising radiation. Duties of the radiation protection group also include radiation protection studies for new experiments and future projects, operational radiation protection for existing installations, monitoring of the occupational exposure of personnel and the management of radioactive sources and radioactive waste. Find out more in our video.
If you've got relevant experience and qualifications, and want to use your skills to keep the cutting edge of science up to exceptional standards of the radio radiation protection group, please use the link below to register your interest.
By applying here, you allow CERN to consider your application for any position it considers relevant with respect to your profile. However, please note that this is not guaranteed and depends on whether the recruitment team needs to search this database for given positions where there is an insufficient number of suitably qualified applicants. We therefore encourage you to file applications for specific job opportunities as you see fit, where your application will be considered among all those received.
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Employing a diverse and international workforce is a CERN core value and central to our success. We encourage applications from nationals of all Member States, irrespective of gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, race, religion or personal status.
We also have entry-level opportunities in the field. To find out more, check our graduate programme webpages.