Engineer/Technician for EU projects in Horizon 2020 - Circular Economy

Sie sind hier


We are seeking candidates with training and experience in engineering.


The project

alchemia-nova is a non-university research institute in the natural scientific area focusing on valorization of plants. In the Horizon 2020 funded project HOUSEFUL about circular building we will be refurbished and transform the building where alchemia-nova is currently located into a demonstration building for circular economy strategies. The candidate will be responsible for the technical support of this and other buildings located in Spain, maintenance of green walls and other plants, building of prototypes, upcycling of on-site materials. He/She will also support the installations of another H2020 project about water cycles at three Greek islands.


What we expect

  • Experience in construction and/or engineering
  • Manual skills
  • Creative thinking
  • Improvisation talent
  • Openness for innovations
  • Strong commitment to sustainable practices and circular economy principles
  • Flexibility and the readiness to travel to international project meetings


What we offer

The successful applicant will work in an international and highly motivated team of interdisciplinary scientists and will be responsible for a number of innovative actions going beyond state-of-the-art. The salary will be appropriate to the skills of the selected person.


How to apply

If you are interested in this opportunity, please email the following documents to the contact indicated below. Deadline for applications is March 18th, 2018.

  1. A cover letter describing your motivation to apply for this position
  2. Current CV including an actual photograph
  3. A short description that separately and clearly explains why you possess the skills and experiences listed above in the “What we expect” section
  4. Any additional material you may want to share


Please direct inquiries and applications by email to

Johannes Kisser, CEO


For more details about alchemia-nova´s work visit


Außeruniversitäres Forschungsinstitut im Bereich innovative Phytochemie und Kreislaufwirtschaft mit Sitz in Wien. In Auftragsforschung und nationalen/internationalen Forschungsprojekten tätig.

Kontakt Person

Johannes Kisser




Wien, Spanien, Griechenland