Procedures for personnel recruitment


PROCEDURA SELETTIVA PER LE PROGRESSIONI DI FASCIA AI SENSI DELL'ART. 35 DEL CCL EGO ANNO 2019

Posizioni da attribuire
E' indetta una procedura selettiva per l'attribuzione delle progressioni di fascia ai sensi dell'art. 35 del CCL EGO, per il personale tecnologo e tecnico-amministrativo.

Requisiti di partecipazione
Possono presentare domanda di partecipazione alla procedura selettiva i dipendenti del Consorzio EGO che alla data di pubblicazione del presente avviso:

  • risultino in servizio;
  • abbiano maturato un'anzianita' di servizio di almeno 4 anni nel coefficiente di retribuzione di provenienza
  • Domande di partecipazione
    Le domande di partecipazione alla procedura selettiva, da redigere secondo lo schema allegato al presente avviso, dovranno essere inviate in formato pdf all'indirizzo
    personnel-service@ego-gw.it entro il 17/01/2019.
    Insieme alle domande di partecipazione i candidati dovranno inviare i seguenti allegati in formato pdf:

  • Curriculum dell'attivita' svolta fino alla data di pubblicazione del presente avviso;
  • Copia dei documenti che ritengano utile produrre per la verifica dell'attivita' professionale svolta, fino alla data di pubblicazione del presente avviso, non archiviati nel TDS o disponibili su siti ufficiali;
  • Elenco dei titoli di studio e copia dei titoli non consegnati in precedenza ad EGO;
  • Elenco dei titoli di formazione professionale posseduti e copia dei titoli non consegnati in precedenza ad EGO;
  • Elenco dei documenti presentati


  • Per ulteriori dettagli scaricare qui la versione completa.


    Technician for Electronics and ITF Operation (Ref. TC-ITF-18)

    Context
    The European Gravitational Observatory (EGO) is a French-Italian consortium founded by INFN and CNRS to foster European collaboration in gravitational wave research. EGO is located in Cascina, near Pisa –Italy, and hosts and operates the gravitational wave detector Virgo, a 3 km-long laser interferometer (ITF). Virgo and the two LIGO ITFs in the US are the most sensitive gravitational-wave detecting instruments in the world. The Virgo project involves the collaboration of about 20 laboratories with more than 250 scientists, engineers and technicians in France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Hungary and Spain

    Assignment
    The selected candidate will work as a technician in the Electronics team of the EGO ITF Technology Department and, under the guidance of senior engineering staff, she/he mainly will:

  • populate custom-designed electronic boards;
  • assemble units hosting one or more boards and associated cabling;
  • follow and maintain engineering documentation of units and systems, including operating procedures;
  • prepare and install custom cabling;


  • During ITF commissioning periods or during data-taking periods, the selected candidate will be required to work in shifts in the Control Room (including night and weekend shifts whenever needed) as a technician in the Operators team of the EGO ITF Technology Department. In this capacity, the candidate will need to:

  • keep the ITF in the needed configuration, according to the on-going scientific activity following established procedures and safety rules;
  • provide support to the scientific crew working in the Control Room;
  • perform routine operations as well as basic troubleshooting;
  • check the correct functioning of the ITF by means of the appropriate monitoring systems;
  • promptly recognize sub-system problems and undertake a first-level intervention and, in the case of more complex problems contact the relevant expert

  • Essential required qualifications and experience

  • High-school qualification in Electronics or an equivalent educational level, with at least 3 years of professional experience
  • Ability to comprehend technical information, manuals, reports, as well as to prepare logbook entries, reports, etc
  • Versatility and ability to act as an effective team player adapting to ever-changing conditions
  • Capacity to communicate efficiently with colleagues from different European countries and a strong sense of team spirit
  • Good knowledge of English

  • Desired qualifications and experience
    One or more of the following will be an asset:

  • experience with CAD tools (for electronics, and possibly mechanical, design);
  • experience in manual soldering of high-reliability electrical connections;
  • experience in basic troubleshooting of electronics devices;
  • hands-on, practical approach to electronics;
  • basic knowledge of UNIX/LINUX operating systems;
  • working knowledge of Italian

  • General requirements

  • European citizenship
  • No criminal convictions
  • Driving license

  • Place of work
    EGO - European Gravitational Observatory - via E. Amaldi 56021 Loc. S.Stefano a Macerata - Cascina (Pisa) ITALY.

    Type of contract
    One-year contract, except legal limits, as Collaboratore Tecnico (Technical Collaborator), according to the Contratto Collettivo di Lavoro del Personale EGO (EGO personnel collective bargaining agreement). Upon expiration, the contract could be transformed into an indefinite contract

    Selection procedure
    The selection will be made considering candidate qualifications and experience. The first phase of the selection will be based on the examination of the CVs and Application Forms. The best candidates will be admitted to the final phase, which will consist of an interview.

    How to apply?
    Candidates can send their CV and the EGO Application Form to be found here, to jobs@ego-gw.it quoting the reference number of this vacancy notice.

    Responsible for the procedure
    Responsabile del Procedimento:

  • Pasquale Popolizio
  • Tel 050 752546
  • pasquale.popolizio@ego-gw.it
  • Closing date for applications
    January 6th, 2019



    Vacuum Engineer (Ref. ENG-V&M-18)

    Context
    The European Gravitational Observatory (EGO) is a French-Italian consortium founded by INFN and CNRS to foster European collaboration in gravitational wave research. EGO is located in Cascina, near Pisa, Italy and hosts the Virgo gravitational wave detector.
    The Virgo project involves the collaboration of about 20 laboratories with more than 250 scientists, engineers and technicians from France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Hungary and Spain.
    The vacuum system of Virgo consists of two 3 km long straight tubes, 1.2 m in diameter, and 10 vertical cylinders, called 'towers' (2 m in diameter and up to 11 m high) containing optical elements suspended to anti-seismic attenuators.
    Vacuum is needed to isolate the sensitive parts of the experiment from several disturbances directly affecting the performance of Virgo; the system has been designed and tested to reach a base pressure of 10-9 mbar after bake-out.

    Assignment
    As a member of the team responsible for the vacuum system operations and development, his/her main tasks will be:

  • to run and maintain the vacuum system (operating valves, pumps, sensors, leak detectors ...);
  • to qualify components and materials to be installed inside the vacuum enclosure;
  • to assemble and test, both in the laboratory and on the interferometer, new or repaired components;
  • to study and design the vacuum system improvements needed to upgrade system performances, as required for the next generation detectors.


  • This position may require to work outside normal working hours (including nights, weekends and public holidays), foresees shift work and the participation in a regular on-call service.

    Essential required qualifications and experience

  • Master's Engineering degree or equivalent in one of these fields: Physics, Mechanical, Aero-spatial, Chemical or a comparable technical field.
  • A few years of work experience related to UHV technology or cryogenics would be a significant asset.
  • Good command of English; basic knowledge of Italian or French.

  • Personal skills
    Ability to work in a team within an international and multidisciplinary environment, strong sense of team spirit.

    General requirements

  • European citizenship
  • No criminal convictions
  • Driving license

  • Place of work
    EGO - European Gravitational Observatory - via E. Amaldi 56021 Loc. S.Stefano a Macerata - Cascina (Pisa) ITALY.

    Type of contract
    Two-year contract given by Temp Agency, according to the "Contratto Collettivo di Lavoro del Personale EGO" (EGO personnel collective bargaining agreement).

    Selection procedure
    The selection will be made by the Temp Agency considering candidate qualifications and experience.

    How to apply?
    Candidates can send their CV and the EGO Application Form (to be found here), to jobs@ego-gw.it quoting the reference number of this vacancy notice.

    Closing date for applications
    Until position is filled.








    [Last update: 12 july 2018]