Three positions for research software engineers/computational materials scientists are available in the group of Prof. Nicola Marzari at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, under the supervision of Dr. Giovanni Pizzi.
Outstanding candidates are sought with a background in the physical sciences alongside strong programming skills. Candidates are expected to show excellent work ethics and to feel at home
working in teams both within THEOS and between research groups. Please also note the four other open positions in computational materials research to be advertised soon.
Candidates should submit two PDF documents: 1) a full CV, including contacts for at least two references and 2) a cover letter of intent (also clarifying which position they are applying for). The
documents should be emailed to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org (simultaneously; not two emails) with the exact text “AiiDA/Materials Cloud computational materials research
software engineer” in the subject line. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted individually for initial interviews, first over Skype video conferencing. For best consideration, applications should be submitted by Jan 31st, 2019; the positions will remain open until suitable candidates have been found.
Three Open Positions in Computational Materials Research Software Engineering – Switzerland