As part of the #WIT4Impact campaign, Anna Cook, Deputy Head of Talent Acquisition at CERN will give you an overview of CERN as a place to work and learn, with an insight into the available opportunities to join this amazing Organization. She will be joined by Natasha Khan, a computing engineer who will give you their personal story of how she came to CERN and what it’s like to work there. This free webinar is co-organized by CERN and Impactpool.
The live event has taken place (Sept 20, 2018).
In this webinar, you will find out more about CERN, the largest particle physics research center in the world which contrary to popular belief hires far more engineers and technicians in diverse domains than it does research physicists.
This will be an occasion to learn about the multitude of technologies and profiles this unique Organization needs to advance our understanding of how our universe was made. Computing, electronics, mechanics, electricity, knowledge transfer and radiofrequency are but a few examples of the engineering domains in which CERN hires from across its 22 Member States + 8 Associate Member States/Associate Members States who are in the pre-stage to membership, see below.
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This webinar is part of Impactpool's Women In Tech for Impact campaign in collaboration with leading international organizations.
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CERN's Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Associate Members States: India, Lithuania, Pakistan, Turkey, and Ukraine
Associate Members States who are in the pre-stage to membership: Cyprus, Serbia, and Slovenia
CERN can also hire exceptional Non-member state nationals in the right domain.