Here's an opportunity to be a part of the solutionEveryday, we do things others deem impossible. During the past 10 years, Exeger has evolved and grown to become a global leader in sustainable power for everyday products. With customers like Harman and POC, we will introduce the world's first perfectly integrated light-charging material. Join us to restore the carbon balance of the planet, because the more you use our material, the better for everyone.
We'd love to have curious, hands-on and persistent researchers join us at our manufacturing site in downtown Stockholm. We are multi-disciplinary and any of the following fields are attractive to us: Physics, Chemistry, Material Science or Material Engineering.Research at Exeger
The research department is responsible for pushing the boundary of what is considered possible. We continuously improve all facets of our unique photovoltaic material with our knowledge, expertise and through collaboration with all departments. Research at Exeger is driven by commercial viability with the end goal to benefit the customers.
The research department's moto is "be yourself, express yourself." We want every researcher to feel inspired and included as part of the team. We encourage our researchers to explore their creativity to find solutions also in unconventional ways. The research environment is very active and findings are rigorously discussed and evaluated from a multidisciplinary angle for a fast paced development.What about you?
The position offers extensive lab work where you will work with different characteristics of our ground-breaking technology. You will have the opportunity to work with our engineers who custom-build machines to suite our unique needs. It is therefore meritory for you to have experience developing and building new experimental methods, stations and set-ups.
To strive in this customer-centric environment, we believe you should have a couple of years of experience outside of academia. We value a background in one of the following fields:
- inorganic chemistry
- organic synthesis
- surface physics
We hire continuously, so don't wait to send you application, but no later than the 2nd of February 2019. If you do not have a resume at hand you are welcome to apply with your LinkedIn-profile. If you have questions regarding the process please contact responsible Recruiter Julia Winberg, 073 527 09 05