CERN is a truly unique organisation. It is a collaboration between countries, universities and scientists that is not driven by profit but by the mission to create and share knowledge. People are involved in immense scientific discoveries that answer some of life’s most complex questions and push the boundaries of understanding. Experts from all areas come to us to participate in this goal and to experience this collaborative, international community that creates a real atmosphere of trust. Our employees can work creatively and rely on their colleagues in the Organization. CERN hires engineers, technicians and support staff to contribute to this unique mission. Take part.
New ways of working / future of work – and its significance at work?
Every 5 years, CERN thoroughly reviews its social and financial conditions for its personnel, ensuring the working conditions are optimal and adapted to the changing world we live in. Quality of working life and wellbeing are key and CERN ensures it puts everything in place for its people to thrive and grow at work.
New ways of working / future of work – which methods do you apply?
Following the COVID-19 pandemic experience for example, people can now telework up to 2 days per week, alongside the possibilities e.g. to buy additional leave days, reduce working hours etc. See more on 'How we work' on this link: https://diversity-and-inclusion.web.cern.ch/inclusive-workplace.
How does digitalization impact and change your company?
CERN is the birthplace of the world wide web and new technologies are constantly being developed there. Digitization plays a central role in our work environment. We are constantly pushing the boundaries of science and technology, developing new tools and techniques, transferring skills and knowledge and educating new talent. The best way to find out more is to read the stories of those living the experience: https://careers.cern/our-people.
Auditorium 2 | Halle 3 / hall 3
Thread / thematic series: Persönlichkeits- & Kompetenzentwicklung | Karrierelaufbahn & Bewerbung
Let's dance: accelerate your career in a place like nowhere else on earth
What does one of the world's largest particle physics laboratories have in common with dance? Join this lecture to find out! Discover this unique workplace with her, where numerous opportunities in many varied fields open up to you to. Explore how this dynamic environment facilitates personal development, how you are challenged to improve your performance, and all this to the rhythm of a unique, collaborative, international environment. Make an impact on the world and on yourself. Take part!
Details about the speaker Rachel Bray
Vita: Rachel Bray is the head of the unique and vibrant CERN Alumni Network, for which she was community manager from 2017 to 2020. Prior to this she worked for 8 years in CERN's Engineering Department, in the domain of Product Lifecycle Management and 9 years within the IT section of CERN Supplies Procurement and Logistics Department. In her spare time Rachel is Chair of the CERN Clubs' Coordinating Committee, President and Zumba instructor at the CERN Fitness Club and board member of the Association of Sports Committees of European Research Institutes.