To fulfil this challenging task, you should have a university degree, preferably a doctorate, in engineering or natural sciences as well as several years of professional experiences in at least one of the following areas:
- safety analysis and demonstration
- sensitivity and uncertainty analyses
- conceptual and numerical modelling studies of multi-physical processes
In-depth knowledge of further relevant subject areas such as scenario development and FEP management, geochemical and radiological processes, the analysis of geoscientific data and relevant underground processes will be considered assets. You have a logical and structured mindset and excellent abstract thinking skills.
Previous experience in the independent compilation of technical-scientific reports and publications in German or English is a must. In addition, you appreciate cross-team and cross-project collaboration and are ready to take advantage of targeted training opportunities.