ESO Job Vacancies – May/June 2023

On behalf of ESO and the Dept of Industry, Science and Resources, AAL would like to bring the following ESO job opportunities to the attention of the Australian-based astronomy community: 

Engineering Internship
Deadline: 31/12/2023

Engineering PhD
Deadline: 02/07/2023

Instrumentation Engineer
Deadline: 23/06/2023

Internship: Science Communication
Deadline: 31/12/2023

Internship: Science Presenter at ESO Supernova
Deadline: 31/12/2023

IT Specialist – Cyber Security
Deadline: 28/05/2023

Legal Advisor – Data Protection Law
Deadline: 18/06/2023

Operations Staff Astronomer
Deadline: 16/06/2023

Opto-Mechanical/AIT Engineer
Deadline: 28/05/2023

Process Engineer
Deadline: 15/06/2023

Project Manager
Deadline: 15/06/2023

Senior Engineer/ Senior Scientist – APEX Station Manager
Deadline: 30/05/2023

Software Engineer
Deadline: 02/06/2023

User Support Astronomer
Deadline: 15/06/2023

The European Southern Observatory (ESO) is the foremost intergovernmental astronomy organisation in Europe and the world’s most productive ground-based astronomical observatory. ESO carries out an ambitious programme focused on the design, construction and operation of powerful ground-based observing facilities enabling astronomers to make important scientific discoveries at various sites in Chile, and its headquarters in Garching, Germany.

Australia has a 10 year Strategic Partnership enabling it to access ESO telescopes at La Silla Paranal Observatory, including the world-leading 8 metre Very Large Telescope. Australians may also apply for positions with ESO across all its operations on the same basis as member states. Working at ESO gives Australians exposure to sophisticated scientific and engineering skills and helps build formal and informal networks with European astronomers, engineers and colleagues in other big science organisations. Further details are available at ESO’s Recruitment Portal.

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