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Find out what it's really like to work at one of our featured organizations by watching one of these short career videos. And if you'd like your organization to be included, please contact Chris Thomas to find out about our full-service video package.
IOP Publishing is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Institute of Physics and provides a range of journals, magazines, websites and services that enable researchers and research organisations to reach the widest possible audience for their research. This video by Steven Hall, Managing Director, gives an insight into why IOP Publishing is such a great place to work. View video
Tessella offers a range of structured career development opportunities underwritten by a generous training allocation 150 hours a year (3 times the industry average) as part of a planned programme. Watch Senior Analyst Programmer Ben Cox on working at Tessella and how his career has progressed. View video
This Employer Showcase has been designed to give you clarity of some of the main areas of our business and the career and development opportunities we offer Physicists. Whether you’re considering a new career now, or in the future, or simply interested in understanding the roles Physicists play in one of the world’s leading engineering and advanced manufacturing businesses, we’d be delighted to meet you.
The Speaker Steve Lawler will give a Submarines and Civil Nuclear business overview.
Please look on http://www.rolls-royce.com/careers/ and apply online today! View video
The optimization of the performance of any Particle Accelerators (oPAC) is the goal of this new network within the FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) scheme. oPAC aims at developing long term collaboration and links between the involved teams across sectors and disciplinary boundaries and to thus help defining improved research and training standards. View video
The ESRF synchrotron is an ambitious project that represents a very real technological, scientific and human challenge. It could only be international. In this video, five young scientists explain why they like their work at the world's number one synchrotron X-ray institute. View video
CERN is a truly unique organisation. A genuine collaboration between countries, universities and scientists, driven not by profit margins, but by a commitment to create and share knowledge. This video offers an insight into the work-life balance that CERN offers to its employees. View video
Do you know what science will look like tomorrow? Neither do we, and that's what excites us. If we knew what we were doing, it wouldn't be called research. It takes perseverance and determination, and mistakes will be made -- but out there something incredible is waiting to be known. Society in Science could help you find your 'Eureka' moment. View video
The Cockcroft Institute LA³NET project will bring together research centres, universities, and industry partners to jointly train 17 early stage researchers. The consortium will also organize a number of international training events, such as schools, topical workshops and conferences. View video
IMT are currently looking for candidates to fill a number of PhD positions in computer and management sciences. Find out more about working at IMT by watching this short career video. View video