Head of the Engineering Services Department at ITER
Fusion, the nuclear reaction that powers the Sun and the stars, is a promising long-term option for a sustainable, non-carbon emitting global energy supply.
The ITER Organization, based in southern France, welcomes best talents who can together prepare the way to this new energy in a truly multi-cultural work environment.
We offer challenging assignments in a wide range of areas and encourage applications from candidates with all levels of experience. Applications from under-represented ITER Members are strongly encouraged as the ITER Organization supports diversity and gender equity in the workplace.
This ambitious scientific project is held to the highest standards, and so are its employees. ITER staff put forward their best work and strive to create a work environment that is defined by the ITER values of trust, diversity and inclusiveness, loyalty, team spirit, integrity, and excellence. Each value contributes to the success of ITER, as well as to the maintenance of a supportive and efficient workplace.
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ITER (“The Way” in Latin) is one of the most ambitious energy projects in the world today.
ITER is an international, large-scale scientific collaboration intended to prove the viability of fusion as an energy source, and to collect data that will contribute substantially toward the design and operation of the subsequent first electricity-producing fusion power plants.
Thousands of engineers and scientists have contributed to the design of ITER since the idea for an international joint experiment in fusion was first launched in 1985. The ITER Members—China, the European Union, India, Japan, Korea, Russia, and the United States—are now engaged in a decades-long collaboration to build and operate the ITER experimental device, and together bring fusion to the point where a demonstration fusion reactor can be designed.
The ITER story
ITER by drone
ITER, the world’s largest Erector set