- You will be responsible for the conceptual design, installation, maintenance and repair of water and wastewater engineering test facilities and models, including the necessary instrumentation and control.
- Your tasks will include the operation and maintenance of mechanical, optical and electronic instrumentation and associated carrier systems.
- You will support us in the software-based collection, validation and evaluation of data, as well as in data management.
- You will ensure staff safety and laboratory safety.
- You will be responsible for instructing students on how to use the equipment and evaluate the data; you will also supervise laboratory classes, exercise classes, project work and final theses.
- We look forward to your involvement in refining measurement techniques.
- You have a Master’s degree in an engineering or environmental engineering discipline.
- Besides a profound knowledge of systems engineering, instrumentation and control, you have also acquired programming skills in R and MATLAB or similar software.
- Ideally, you have also completed manual training in wood/plastics/metal processing, mechatronics or electrical technology/electronics.
- You are a confident user of MS Office applications, and have experience with databases and GIS.
- You have command of the German and English language, both written and verbal.
- On a personal level, you have a willingness to work both independently and as part of a team.
We offer you
- This full-time position is to be filled as soon as possible for a fixed term until 31 December 2023.
- You receive performance-related salary with pay scale E13 of the Public Sector Collective Agreement of the Federal States (TV-L).
- Our family-friendly conditions with working-time flexibility will help you combine your private life with work commitments.
- You can look forward to exciting tasks in an enthusiastic, young and collegial environment.
- Develop your technical skills by collaborating in future-oriented research assignments involving advanced measuring instruments and carrier systems (e.g., an unmanned model boat with ultrasound and echo sounder, a drone with associated camera equipment, ultrasound speed sensors).
We look forward to receiving your online application by 29 March 2020.
If you have any questions about the position, please contact: Professor Dr.-Ing. Jens Haberkamp, Tel.: +49 251 83 65214.
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