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Technical Infrastructure

We are always looking for experienced specialists for the operation and development of our technical infrastructure.

We offer outstanding facilities, many and varied science-related tasks, a variety of projects, and the opportunity to acquire special expertise in the scientific field and contribute your own knowledge and experience.

Examples of jobs in this area

As a mechanical engineer with a PhD at the Central Institute of Engineering, Electronics and Analytics, you design and develop tailor-made prototypes of instruments and experimental facilities and introduce and evaluate new technologies. You are also in close contact with customers at Forschungszentrum Jülich and beyond.

As an experienced IT specialist, you operate and manage the extensive server infrastructure of Forschungszentrum Jülich together with other colleagues. You develop customized IT solutions for applications in science and administration in close collaboration with internal customers.

As an engineer at Planning and Building Services, you represent Forschungszentrum Jülich’s interests as a building contractor, are responsible for meeting deadlines, keeping within the budget, and fulfilling quality standards. You coordinate cooperation and the contributions of different parties involved in a project and provide advice and support in matters of construction and furnishing to institutes.

As a water supply engineering technician, you operate, monitor, inspect, and service drinking water facilities as well as the cooling and cold water facilities of Forschungszentrum Jülich, keep them in state-of-the-art condition, and ensure that they meet valid safety regulations. You analyse and evaluate water samples and quality parameters as part of Forschungszentrum Jülich’s internal scheme of water monitoring.

Marco Braun, re., Christoph Krahe im HeizwerkChristoph Krahe and Marco Braun at Building and Property Management determine the heat requirements of buildings on campus. As part of the Sustainable Campus project, Jülich experts have teamed up with RWTH Aachen University to analyse the energy requirements entire laboratory and office buildings as well as mixed-use buildings. They aim to develop new concepts for smart energy use and energy supply.
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