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Are you – CREATIVE? Do you love – TECHNOLOGY and PERFORMANCE?

Are you – INQUISITIVE? Are you – DRIVEN BY RESEARCH?

Are you – SOLUTION-ORIENTATED? Then you’ve come to the right place!

We understand technology as an innovative field of activity, and we focus our effort on the development of our customers’ mechatronic solutions with great enthusiasm. Hence, we need performance-oriented employees who seek for variety and challenge.

Our factor of success is our highly-qualified staff that exhibit outstanding expertise and live common values. These values include the pursuit of common goals and missions, team spirit, open – plain and respectful communication, motivation for innovation, and the courage to think beyond borders. Thus, the advancement of our staff is a central element of our human resource management. We are offering a high level of creative freedom, a wide range of opportunities for education and training, and a working environment that supports your personal and professional development.

What we offer

flexible working hours

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free & fresh fruits

events

permanent contracts

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education

accessibility

good transport connection

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"Innovative company with appreciation for employees"

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Vacancies

Development Engineers | focus simulation

The Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH is Austria’s leading mechatronics research centre. We operate on the globally stage with clients ranging from major international corporations to domestic SMEs alike.

In addition to excellent specialist knowledge, you have a passion for innovation. You will work at the interface between science and business in a future-oriented company and support our project teams in solving complex mechatronic problems.

Your tasks will focus on modeling, simulating and optimizing mechatronic systems for a wide variety of industries. In this way you will make an important contribution to the topic of virtualization within the framework of the digitalization of companies. After an introductory phase, you will have the opportunity to advance to the position of project manager.

TASKS:

  • Concept/solution finding for demanding technical/physical problems
  • Use of simulation software for modeling and simulating multi-physical problems
  • Optimization of mechatronic processes/machines/plants
  • Development and programming of simulation tools (C++)
  • Project management (after appropriate training period)

PROFILE/PERSONAL QUALIFICATION

  • University graduate (master/PhD) in mechatronics, mechanical engineering, physics or engineering mathematics
  • Fundamental technical and physical knowledge
  • Experience in the field of mechanical engineering, fluid and particle simulation
  • Knowledge of simulation software (e.g.: ABAQUS, ANSYS,…)
  • Programming knowledge (C++, Python,…)
  • Innovative thinking
  • Results-oriented, independent and structured way of working
  • Strong communication and team skills
  • Interest in interdisciplinary team work

OUR OFFER FOR YOU

  • Demanding and varied work in an innovative, future-oriented company
  • Space for creativity
  • Professional training and development opportunities
  • Flexible working hours and a pleasant working atmosphere
  • Market-compliant, performance-related remuneration (from monthly EUR 2.900,00 gross/40h, willingness for overpayment addicted to qualification/experience)

Don’t miss this great opportunity – apply now and convince us of your abilities and your personality!

We are looking forward to your application to: Mag.a Gerda Klammer, MBA | career@lcm.at | www.lcm.at

Online since: 11.10.2018

Development Engineer | electrical drive Technology

The Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH is Austria’s leading mechatronics research centre. We operate on the globally stage with clients ranging from major international corporations to domestic SMEs alike.

In addition to excellent specialist knowledge, you have a passion for innovation. You will work at the interface between science and business in a future-oriented company and support our project teams in solving complex mechatronic problems.

The focus of your work will be on simulation and optimization, analysis and control of highly integrated electrical drive solutions. Due to the broad industry diversification of our customers (automotive, textile, home appliance, etc.), you will gain a broad insight into industrial practice. Automated simulation tools are used, which you can further develop in a team. In addition to carrying out research and industrial projects, you will also be responsible for scientific publications and actively exchanging knowledge with other departments at the center. Both independent work and an agile, coordinated approach in a team characterize your working methods.

Our expectations:

  • Completed technical studies (mechatronics, electrical engineering, physics, mechanical engineering)
  • Experience or high interests in the field of electrical machines
  • Programming experience with Python, Java, Matlab
  • Interest in interdisciplinary and varied work in a creative team
  • Enjoy contact with customers
  • Very good English skills and oranizational talent

Our offers:

  • Demanding and varied tasks in an innovative and future-oriented company
  • Great creative freedom
  • Good opportunities for professional training and development
  • Very flexible working hours and pleasant working atmosphere
  • Competitive, performance-based salary (from monthly € 2.900,- brutto/40h, willingness for overpayment addicted to qualification/experience)

Don’t miss this great opportunity – apply now and convince us of your abilities and your personality!

We are looking forward to your application to: Mag.a Gerda Klammer, MBA | career@lcm.at | www.lcm.at

Online since: 11.09.2018

Students for modelling piezoelectric actuators

The Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH developed the software tool SyMSpace, which is used for optimization of mechatronic systems. In the moment e.g. simulation models of piezoelectric actuators are integrated, so that the design of this drive technology can be optimized.

We search for motivated students, who model piezoelectric actuators for utilization in SyMSpace. This might be in form of a Bachelor- or Masterhthesis, an internship or a project work as well.

Your tasks:

  • Derivation of analytic models e.g. in Mathematica, Maple…
  • Implementation of system matrices in Matlab respectively Python
  • (Parametric model in NGSolve)
  • (Parametric model in ANSYS)
  • (measurement of a prototype und comparison with simulation)
  • Documentation of the models for SyMSpace
  • Create drawings for representation of the components respectively automatic report-creation
  • Support in the integration of the components in SyMSpace

Our expectations:

  • Result-oriented and self-contained function
  • Analytic modeling of mechanical systems (e.g. beam theory, state space representation,…)
  • Fundamental programming knowledge e.g. in Matlab or Python
  • Fundamental knowledge in graphical software e.g. CorelDraw
  • (knowledge in NGSolve or ANSYS)
  • (knowledge in measurement instrumentation (voltage, acceleration))

Our offers:

  • Literature concerning modeling
  • Support/introduction in required software
  • Similar components and it´s implementation as orientation
  • Flexible working hours: depending on working-structure  (BSc-, MSc-, projectwork- or internship)
  • Competitive, performance-based salary (basis of negotiation € 1.000,- brutto/40h)

We are looking forward to your application to: Mag.a Gerda Klammer, MBA | career@lcm.at | www.lcm.at

Online since: 06.08.2018

Get in touch with us!

We would be pleased to hear from you by e-mail or telephone. Convince us personally with your education, your experience and your references. Browse our current job vacancies or send us a speculative application, because we are always looking for enthusiastic people!

Mag. Gerda Klammer, MBA

Head of Human Ressource

+43 732 2468 6019

Woman`s promotion

We promote women in the technical field, inspire them and provide them the same career opportunities as their male colleagues. We took the following measures as to increase the attractiveness of the offered jobs for female graduates of technical studies and universities, and as to facilitate their entry:

 

  • Selective admission of female interns and degree candidates as an initiation of a research career
  • Participation in projects that promote female talents
  • Selectively addressing females at career fairs as to increase the proportion of women
  • Organization of working time: flexible working hours, teleworking and part-time models
  • Child care: the Johannes-Kepler University offers LCM employees adequate child care in their respective premises

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