Electron Microscopy Service Engineer at the Dubochet Center for Imaging (DCI)
Lausanne, CH
vor 4 Tg.

Your mission :

We are seeking a Service Engineer for the electron microscopes at the DCI. This person will support the setup of the DCI and its instruments, and perform maintenance and repair tasks on the DCI instruments.

In addition, this person may participate in the research routines and customer support of the DCI.

Your profile :

The candidate should have a training in electron microscope maintenance, repair and alignment from a leading electron microscopy manufacturer.

The candidate should have a good understanding of computer control and instrument software systems. Participation in student and research projects involving biological research is possible.

Excellent interpersonal skills as well as excellent communication skills in English are required, together with a service-oriented mindset in interactions with customers of the Center.

We offer :

The EPFL ranks among the world’s top scientific universities. It is located in Lausanne in Switzerland, a beautiful, vibrant and highly international city on the shores of scenic Lake Geneva, situated within an Alpine setting in the heart of Europe.

French is the main language spoken in the city of Lausanne, while English is the main language at the EPFL and in at the DCI.

The position comes with a competitive salary. EPFL is committed to being an equal opportunity employer.

In the Dubochet Center for Imaging, the successful applicant will join a center shared by the University of Geneva, the University of Lausanne, and the EPFL, and become part of a vibrant, collaborative, international, and diverse research environment, with interdisciplinary collaborations between biology, physics, computer science and engineering.

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