• Independent preparation, realization, evaluation and documentation of experimental investigations on single-cylinder research engines
  • Analyze experimental results to gain a deeper understanding of potentials and limitations
  • Monitoring and ensuring measurement quality
  • Communicate the project results in regular internal meetings and to external project partners


Your profile

  • Qualified degree (Dipl.-Ing, MSc), preferably in mechanical engineering, mechatronics, electrical engineering or similar
  • Interest in large engine – technology, test & measurement systems
  • Interest in implementing new concepts and ideas
  • Readiness to deal with new technologies and their challenges
  • Ability to work in a collaborative team
  • Very good language skills in German and English


Our offer

  • Integration into an established research and development center and access to state-of-the-art research infrastructure
  • Independent work in excellent teams
  • Professional and personal development opportunities
  • Long-term full-time employment
  • Attractive working time model, good location in the city of Graz
  • We offer an attractive and performance-related salary based on qualifications and experience. Based on full-time employment (40 hours per week), the minimum salary for this position according to the collective agreement (without work experience) is € 2.956,17 gross per month (14 times p.a.), willingness to overpay
  • Starting date: As soon as possible





The LEC supports equal opportunities and diversity. We are looking for dedicated and motivated individuals with research talent.



Herlinde Kohlmaier