Welcome to the International Thermoelectric Society’s career page! Are you passionate about making a difference in the world of science and technology? Do you aspire to be at the forefront of thermoelectric research and development? If yes, you’ve come to the right place!
Why Work in the field of Thermoelectrics?
The International Thermoelectric Society (ITS) is a global network of professionals and experts dedicated to advancing the study, research, and application of thermoelectric technology. We are currently looking for motivated individuals to fill various roles, including:
Research Scientists and Engineers – Lead and participate in innovative research projects.
Post-Doctoral Fellows – Work alongside experienced mentors on cutting-edge thermoelectric research.
Technical Staff and Laboratory Technicians – Provide essential support in our state-of-the-art facilities.
Administrative and Operational Staff – Help us run our organization smoothly and efficiently.
How to Apply
If you are excited about the prospect of a career in thermoelectrics, please contact the responsible person and include in your application everything that is asked from you.
Don’t see the right opportunity for you? The field of thermoelectrics is always evolving, and so are our career opportunities. Stay connected by joining our talent network [link to a sign-up page for job alerts or newsletter]. You’ll be the first to know about new job openings!
We believe that a diverse team of passionate individuals can truly make a difference in the world of thermoelectrics. Join us in shaping the future of energy and technology. Explore our current job openings and take the first step towards an exciting and rewarding career with the International Thermoelectric Society.
If you are someone who is willing to recruit, please feel free to post your opening here by contacting the webmaster.
Postdoc @ Crismat Laboratory, France – New sulphide based thermoelectric materials
2 Postdocs @ University of Krakow, PL – thermoelectric materials and modules
Postdocs @ DLR – Thermoelectric Generator / Lunar Applications