Interesting Jobs: Do you have what it takes to work at CERN?
Presenting interesting jobs! Over the next few months we will be bringing you exclusive behind the scenes insight into what it’s like to do some of the world’s most interesting and unusual jobs.
First up is Anna Cook, Deputy Group Leader of Talent Acquisition at CERN – The European Laboratory for Particle Physics. Home to The Large Hadron Collider and the discovery of the Higgs Boson, aka the ‘God Particle, scientists at CERN spend their days uncovering the Universe’s most exciting secrets.
Want to know what life at CERN is like, eating lunch alongside Nobel Prize winners? Want to know how YOU too can work here? What does CERN look for in graduate candidates? How does the graduate recruitment process even work? Well, Anna tells you all you need to know and believe us she knows what she’s talking about, she hired Professor Brian Cox!
But it’s not just scientists CERN is looking for, so even if Physics isn’t your thing there might still just be a job at the home of the Hadron with your name on it!
Like what you see? Take a look at the latest opportunities available at CERN!