Research-technical specialist in safety analyses of nuclear reactors | UZ3

Competition opened on: 
29 Jan 2024 - 08:30
Application submission deadline: 
14 Feb 2024 - 23:45

The National Centre for Nuclear Research, Division of Nuclear Energy and Environmental Studies opens the competition for the position of:

Research-technical specialist in safety analyses of nuclear reactors

Location: Otwock - Świerk - in the outskirts of Warsaw with daily transport services provided. 

Job/tasks description: 

  • Participation in the work of teams on safety analysis of nuclear reactors in the scope of the use of various construction materials resistant to high temperatures and ionizing radiation.
  • Development of experimental and theoretical competences in the field of characterizing ma-terials resistant to high temperatures and ionizing radiation.
  • Joining the work of research teams dealing with the studies of the mechanisms of interaction of ionizing radiation with matter in the context of reactor safety
  • Analytical work in the field of NCBJ activity: creating documents and substantive materials (reports, presentations, notes) and organizational, translations.
  • Performing other activities ordered by the Laboratory head and other superiors at NCBJ.
  • Performing duties in accordance with the Institute's Working Regulations.
  • Compliance with state and official secrets, work discipline, health and safety regulations, fire regulations, rules of protection against ionizing radiation.


  • Holding a PhD in science or technology 
  • Ability to perform calculations on estimation of absorbed doses and number of material defects arising due to interaction with ionizing radiation.
  • Knowledge of the issues related to the interaction of ionizing radiation with living and in-animate matter
  • Knowledge of experimental techniques related to the study of the formation of crystal lattice defects as a result of interaction with ionizing radiation.
  • Ability to use experimental and analytical software (e.g. molecular dynamics techniques) in research on the mechanisms of interaction of ionizing radiation with matter.
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in the research profile related to nuclear energy.
  • Knowledge of the phenomena of fluid flow, heat transfer and nuclear reactors.
  • Strong communication skills and ability to work in a team.
  • Very good command in English (min. B2).

We appreciate:

  • Scientific achievements in the form of publications and conference materials concerning nuclar energy. 
  • Experience in the implementation of research and technical projects.
  • Experience in application of computer programs and laboratory base.

We offer:

  • Employment in one of the fastest developing research Institute in Poland (Diament Forbes 2021). 
  • Employment based on an employment contract.
  • Joining a team of experienced research-technical specialists
  • Possibility of scientific development
  • Interesting and important tasks in the field of nuclear reactors, including new generations
  • Additional annual salary and other social security benefits.
  • Company transport from Warsaw to NCBJ and backwards (more:
  • Additional medical service

Contact: prof. Mariusz Dąbrowski,, tel. 22 273 14 30

All applications should be sent by e-mail to: 

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The National Centre for Nuclear Research is awarded by “HR Excellence in Research”. Recruitment is based on OTM-R system (Open, Transparent and Merit-based recruitment practices in Research Performing Organisations).