Vacancies at JIVE

Current vacancies:

Post-doctoral scientist position, with a 50%-50% split between support duties and the appointee's own research. Applications received by March 1st 2021 will receive full consideration. Submit your application to position JIVE2021/01.

The Joint Institute for VLBI ERIC announces an opening for a position of Near-Field VLBI Support Scientist (postdoc) to work on planetary and space science applications of Very Long Baseline Interferometry, in particular, the Planetary Radio Interferometry and Doppler Experiment (PRIDE) of the ESA's Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer (JUICE). Applications received by March 1st 2021 will receive full consideration. Submit your application to position JIVE2021/02.

JIVE wishes to profile itself and the EVN further, attract new partners and responsibilities and foster a global collaboration in VLBI. In this context we are looking for a Communications Officer, who will have the ultimate responsibility for the internal and external Communication activities of JIVE and coordination with other JIVE staff. Applications received by March 1st 2021 will receive full consideration. Submit your application to position JIVE2021/03.


Past vacancies: 

The Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON) and the Joint Institute for VLBI ERIC (JIVE) announce the availability of a minimum of two grants for their Traineeship in Science Operations with massive arrays. The programme enables astronomers (post doc, PhD or graduate student level) to spend a trimester (12 weeks) at the institute in Dwingeloo in the Netherlands. Under the supervision of Telescope Scientists, you will be exposed to the science operations of massive arrays. You will develop fundamental skills and novel experimental methods on systems using technologies that produce cutting-edge science now and contribute to the development of the SKA. ASTRON & JIVE are committed to increasing their staff diversity, and we are especially interested in applications from all traditionally under-represented groups.

To support and represent the strategy and interests of the ESF Expert Committee on Radio Astronomy Frequencies (CRAF) within the framework of European spectrum management activities. 

The work will deal extensively with the EVN archive located at JIVE and the Virtual Observatory (VO), a portal providing access to astronomical archives and databases around the world. 

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