Public call


A call for student mobility grant (BSc, MSc, PhD, Postoc, professionals) has been published as part of the ENEN + project, with the aim of improving their knowledge, skills and career opportunities in the following nuclear fields:

  • Nuclear engineering and safety
  • Waste management and geological disposal
  • Radiation protection
  • Medical applications

The money goes directly to the selected students. The call will be open from March 1 2018 – September 2020, or until all the money is spent (1 M EUR).

The rules of the game have been already published online, for more detailed instructions, see

Work in the field of radiation protection


In the Institute of Occupational Health are looking for co-worker that will be employed at field of radiation protection in Center for measurements in physics.

From the candidates they expect:

  • education: mag. med. fiz., mag. nuc. teh. (Second cycle degrees) or univ. dipl. physicist,
  • B category driver’s license and qwn transport,
  • computer skills: MS Office, data bases,
  • speaking english language actively,
  • independence, communication skills, friendliness, tidiness, flexibility,
  • sense to work with clients,
  • sens to work in a team.

Working conditions:

  • working in the laboratory for dosimetry; working with radiation (radioactive sources and x-ray machines),
    working in the field and in the laboratory
  • employment for a fixed term of 12 months with the possibility of gainful employment
  • workplace is free immediately or after agreement
  • full-time
  • job title: senior professional worker

For candidate they offer:

  • dynamic work,
  • continuing education,
  • modern workplace,
  • friendly working environment,
  • stimulating income.

Preference will be given to candidates with knowledge of computer tools JAVA, SQL, Latex.

Candidates should send a CV and proof of eligibility until 29.1.2016 on e-mail: