Mol, Belgium


SCK•CEN is one of the largest research institutions in Belgium. Every day, more than 700 employees dedicate themselves to developing peaceful applications of radioactivity. Our developments have already resulted in a long list of innovative and forward-looking applications for the medical world, industry and the energy sector. We are renowned for our expertiseworld-wide. In the course of our work, there are three main research topics:
  • The safety of nuclear installations
  • The well-considered management of radioactive waste
  • Human and environmental protection against ionising radiation
SCK•CEN collaborates with numerous research partners both at home and abroad. The work performed by SCK•CEN has a direct effect upon various aspects of our daily life. Besides our work as a research centre, we also organisetraining courses and offer specialist services including consultancy.

Our missionsck-cen

As a foundation of public utility, the Belgian Nuclear Research Centre conducts groundbreaking research into nuclear energy and ionising radiation for civilian use, and develops nuclear technologies for socially valuable purposes. We achieve this by means of independent, fundamental and applied research, and by providing advice, training, services and products.

Our vision

SCK•CEN aims to be a leading research institution and a centre of excellence at an international level. Driven by inspired scientists and engineers, in combination with a unique infrastructure, we aim to develop innovative technologies that provide solutions for the social issues and requirements in the field of nuclear energy and ionising radiation. Safety and durability are always the key priorities.



Location: Mol, Belgium | Closing on Jan 31
Lead Engineer Proton Target Facility
Reference 369 Deadline 2018-01-31 Duration Permanent Expert group Proton Target Research Job description According to the MYRRHA implementation plan, a 100 MeV linac will be constructed first and shall be upgraded to a 600 MeV accelerator connected to the MYRRHA...