Engineer (Optics/Automatics) wanted for CREATE project


We encourage applicants for Engineer (Optics/Automatics) position in the Physical Optics and Biophotonics Group, Department of Physical Chemistry of Biological Systems, Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS, Warsaw, Poland.

Desired skills and experience:

  • Experience with and ability to program in at least one of the languages ​​or programming technologies: LabView, Matlab, C++, C#, Phyton, JavaScript
  • Basic ability to operate laboratory equipment
  • Completed higher education (min. Bachelor’s degree) in physics, mathematics, computer science or technical degree (Engineer)
  • Good knowledge of English


  • Work experience
  • Knowledge of SolidWorks, Zemax
  • Skills in programming of external devices

Main activities include:

  • Participating in the construction of new measurement sites using microscopy and holographic techniques
  • Automation and development of measurement software
  • Supporting development teams
  • Support for project development

The successful candidate will:

  • join the ERA Chair holder’s team – opportunity to closely cooperate with worldwide reputable scientist selected and contracted as the ERA Chair Holder –prof. Maciej Wojtkowski, a physicist specializing in optics applications in biology and medicine,

The successful candidate will be given:

  • Stable, interesting and progressive work in a young team led by a world-class scientist
  • Attractive salary (5000-8000 PLN gross, depending on qualifications)
  • Opportunity to gain experience while working on interesting international research projects with international coverage
  • Ability to improve qualifications through participation in external trainings and international conferences
  • Friendly atmosphere at work

More details here.

To apply for this position, please send your application till 4th July, 2017 to apawlus|ichf.edu.pl| |apawlus|ichf.edu.pl.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s
Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
under grant agreement No 666295.