Current job offers at UAS Technikum Wien

With 13 bachelor’s and 18 master’s degree programs, over 9,000 graduates and more than 4,000 current students, the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien is Austria’s largest purely technical university of applied sciences.

Your Tasks:

  • Technical responsibility for and implementation of the applied research project SIP4.0
  • Development and pilot testing an integrated safety concept for a digital production (Industry 4.0)
  • Taking a leading role in project reports and publications
  • Didactic transfer of the safety concept into the university of applied sciences training, occasionally holding classes
  • Supervising student project and degree papers

Your Profile:

  • Completed technical university degree (preferably Mechatronics, Robotics, Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Automation Engineering, Informatics or similar)
  • Experience in industry and / or teaching an advantage
  • Knowledge of and ideally project experience in safety & security in the industrial sphere are desirable
  • Interest in innovative concepts, methods and procedures in production and logistics
  • Interest in contributing to publications and in participating in international scientific conferences
  • Socially highly competent, very good ability in German and English

The position advertised is to run from 01.03.2017 for the 3-year duration of the project. An extension is possible.

If you are interested in diversified employment of 38.5 hours per week, please send your detailed letter of application by email to the Human Resources Department E: bewerbung@technikum-wien.at before 31.01.2017.

Under the Equal Treatment Act (GlBG) the position is open equally to women and men and we would particularly welcome applications from women. As part of the research project the position advertised is financed by subsidies from the City of Vienna, MA 23. The position will be remunerated at a minimum of € 2,700.00 per month.

May we point out that employment contracts at the UAS are not subject to any collective agreement. Travel costs accruing in the course of the selection procedure will not be compensated.