[ASA] ESO job vacancies September 2021

stuart.ryder at astronomyaustralia.org.au stuart.ryder at astronomyaustralia.org.au
Wed Sep 8 09:45:23 AEST 2021

Dear colleagues,


  On behalf of ESO and the Dept of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
we would like to bring a range of ESO job vacancies to your attention, and
would be grateful if you would circulate them among your wider networks.





Control/Mechanical Engineer  <https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/5NUSCmO5gluj9pJXWuG1RCs?domain=recruitment.eso.org> -
Vibration Specialist


26 Sep 2021

ESO Supernova Technical Coordinator


2 Oct 2021

Grants Officer <https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/3aWoCoV1kpfrQDq9vcV5jSs?domain=recruitment.eso.org> 


30 Sep 2021

Mechanical Engineer Cryogenics (2 positions)


25 Sep 2021

Mechanical Engineer <https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/mTzjCq71mwf8V10BXhNY0qK?domain=recruitment.eso.org> 


25 Sep 2021

Technical Draftsperson <https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/u6xrCr81nyt8WrVM2hNwjV5?domain=recruitment.eso.org> 


25 Sep 2021

Electronics/Detector System Engineer


1 Oct 2021

Observing Programmes Office Astronomer


30 Sep 2021



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