- ophalen, verzamelen en verwerken radioactief afval
- het aansturen van 4 externe specialisten
- een diploma technisch secundair onderwijs elektromechanica
- je werkt in onze vestiging in Mol
Set out to changethe world
At SCK•CEN, we are on the forefront. By developing new knowledge and innovative applications, we move the line of what nuclear science can do for society.
Each day, we are driven by a relentless ambition to build our expertise and achieve our goals.
We are immersed in a world of unique technology, open discussion and discovery, together with other capable and curious minds. Join a community of explorers.
A chance to advance society
From aerospace biology to nuclear medicine, at SCK•CEN you’ll contribute to breakthroughs for the protection and progress of mankind itself.
Grow beyond your limits
SCK•CEN offers a variety of ambitious projects and opportunities to grow your expertise. It’s never easy, it’s never fast. It’s always worth it.
Part of something bigger
Enter an international community that favors collaboration over competition, facts over assumptions, and with access to truly unique research technology.
Join the frontier.
Initiate, carry out or support research projects that will answer profound scientific and technological questions.
Management & Operations
Management & Operations
Support project teams by applying your experience in leadership, HR, ICT, lab assistance, security, and maintenance.
Use your theoretical knowledge and practical mindset to translate scientific insights into tangible solutions.
The very first prototype of an accelerator-driven system, a powerful ally in nuclear waste management and innovative medical radioisotopes production.Uncover more
Our nuclear center of excellence is home to researchers and engineers who produce and develop medical radioisotopes for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.Uncover more
An innovative method that aims to purify highly contaminated uranium residues, created as a byproduct during the production of medical radioisotopes. By offering a structural solution for the management of these residues, RECUMO guarantees the production of these much-needed radioisotopes.Uncover more
More than a 100 nuclear research projects have found a home at SCK•CEN in Mol. Enjoy a limited overview of the unlimited applications we develop – from radioecology to nuclear fusion.Uncover more
"Escape room SCK•CEN major success at Sound of Science"
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MOL, December 2018 – The Flemish news outlet VRT NWS visited SCK•CEN to interview Hamid Aït Abderrahim, the director of project MYRRHA.
MYRRHA is the name of a unique nuclear reactor – powered by a particle accelerator, cooled by led-bismuth, and developed by SCK•CEN. The journalists enjoyed a tour of our facilities and were enthused by our most ambitious goal: reducing the half-life of radioisotopes by a factor of 1,000. You can enjoy their report (in Dutch) here.
Escape room SCK•CEN major success at Sound of Science
On 24 and 25 May, the second edition of Sound of Science took place. SCK•CEN joined the event with an intricate escape room. More than 100 visitors tried to escape the laboratory of Professor X. This lab had been set up in Fort 4, the venue for the festival. No less than 3500 adults and children came to Mortsel and attended Flanders' only science festival.