Working here

At the Wyss Center we transform pioneering research ideas into clinical solutions that will benefit people and society. People are at the heart of what we do and we need a dedicated and motivated team working at the highest scientific and ethical standards.

Location

Situated on the shores of Lake Geneva at the foot of the Alps, Geneva is the second largest city in Switzerland after Zurich and the most international city in Europe with over 40% of its population coming from outside Switzerland.

The main industries in the region include financial services, research and development, horology and tourism.

You can find information about living and working in Geneva here:
http://ge.ch/integration/nouvel-arrivant

 

Our Team

We are always looking for outstanding candidates with the ability to provide technical solutions for multiple neurotechnology applications in a cutting edge, multidisciplinary project-based environment.


Open positions

Research Associate

Position Title: Research Associate

The Wyss Center in Geneva Switzerland has a position open for a Research Associate to work in our translational neurotechnology team. The Center is a unique environment in which to develop novel neurotechnology devices to address the diagnosis and treatment of nervous system disorders, with the specific goal of translating innovative concepts through proof of concept pilot human trials, leading to commercialization. The Center provides financial resources, access to science engineering facilities as well as engineering, neuroscience, clinical, regulatory and entrepreneurship expertise.

Deadline: Monday 1st January 2018

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Chief Neuroscience Officer

Position Title: Chief Neuroscience Officer

The Wyss Center is a unique environment in which to develop novel neurotechnology to diagnose or treat nervous system disorders. Our goal is to translate innovative neurotechnology through proof of concept pilot human trials, leading to commercialization. The Center provides financial resources and access to science engineering facilities as well as engineering, neuroscience, clinical, regulatory and entrepreneurship expertise. The CNO will work with this interdisciplinary team to oversee the scientific development of neurotechnology products and their application in reading and interpreting neural, behavioral, and sensory signals or modulating neural circuits in disorders of the nervous system. While the interests of the Center are broadly related to neurotechnology, there is a unique interplay between industry and academic expertise in complex implantable devices. The Center has particular interests in disorders related to movement, sensory loss, pain, and brain circuit disorders, as well as advanced technology (electrode interfaces, electronics, signal processing) needed for long term assessment and modulation of neural function.

Deadline: Monday 1st January 2018

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Light Sheet Microscopy Technician

Position Title: Light Sheet Microscopy Technician

The Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering, a research and translation center for neurotechnology, is seeking a Light Sheet Microscopy Technician to join our growing, international team of scientists, clinicians and engineers who develop neurotechnology for clinical applications. The Wyss Center provides access to four advanced neuroscience and engineering platforms at Campus Biotech. Each platform has core facilities that provide cutting-edge equipment and staff to enable state-of-the-art basic and translational research.

Platforms are available to Campus Biotech researchers, Wyss Center Investigators and outside entities.

To apply, please upload a CV and covering letter.

Deadline: Thursday 30th November 2017

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Mechanical Engineer for Implantable Medical Devices

Position Title: Mechanical Engineer for Implantable Medical Devices

The Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering (http://wysscenter.ch), a research and translation center for neurotechnology, is seeking a professional Mechanical Engineer to join our growing, international team of scientists, clinicians and engineers who are developing advanced neurotechnology for human applications. The individual will work both independently and collaboratively in a team to facilitate the development of advanced neurosensing and neuromodulation implanted devices that are designed to collect real-time neural signals, transmit multichannel recordings and provide closed loop control signals for a range of applications.
To apply, please upload a CV and covering letter.

Deadline: Thursday 30th November 2017

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