Location : Bucharest, Romania
The people we all rely on to make the world go round they rely on Thales. Thales rely on its employees to invent the future : right here, right now.
Present in Romania for over 40 years, Thales is expanding its presence in the country by growing its Digital capabilities and by developing a Group Engineering Competence Centre (ECC).
Operating from Bucharest, Thales delivers solutions in a number of core businesses, from ground transportation, space and defence, to security and aeronautics.
Several professional opportunities have arisen. If you are looking for the solidity of a Global Group that is at the forefront of innovation, but with the agility of a human structure that tailors to the personal development of its employees and allows opportunities for evolution in an international environment, then this is the place for you!
Thales has made innovation a core strategic priority and believes that real innovation hinges on the ability to harness creativity to meet actual customer needs and develop disruptive technologies.
In the field of science and technology, Thales is supporting Romania’s contribution to the European laser research project ELI-NP (Extreme Light Infrastructure-Nuclear Physics).
The company is providing Romania’s nuclear physics institute (IFIN-HH) with an ultra high-power laser system delivering 2x10 PetaWatts (20 million billion watts) of power.
This is more powerful than any other laser system to date, including the PetaWatt systems previously installed by Thales.
On the ELI-NP project, Thales is not only responsible for the turnkey development and supply of a complex scientific instrument delivering unprecedented levels of power, but will train Romanian engineers and technicians to install, maintain and operate the system for Worldwide research programs.
LASER AND MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR ELI-NP Project
Mission of the job
In this context you will be located in the Bucharest area where you will have to lead a team of four to 12 engineers in charge of the technical deployment and operation of the laser system.
You will have to follow the activities and tasks defined together with the management team located in France (master schedule, visual management, etc.
and to steadily report on the progress status. You will have the responsibility to manage the logistic flow of the spare parts available on site and to organize the repair flow when failures occur, in order to grant to the Customer a high level of operability of the system.
You will be the main point of contact of the Customer for the daily operation scheduled on site and be in interface with the local Thales management.
or with knowledge gained through working with lasers would be appreciated.
What is required
At Thales we provide CAREERS and not only jobs. With Thales employing 80,000 employees in 68 countries our mobility policy enables thousands of employees each year to develop their careers at home and abroad, in their existing areas of expertise or by branching out into new fields.
Together we believe that embracing flexibility is a smarter way of working. Great journeys start here