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The Walt Disney Company (Switzerland) GmbH, Disney Research Zürich

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Disney Research CareersPostdoctoral Researcher

Postdoctoral Researcher

A postdoctoral position is limited to a term of one to two years, with a research portfolio that includes projects led by a Senior Research Scientist or Research Scientist, as well as smaller self-initiated projects. Self-initiated projects should be based on needs gathered from the business units, areas of expertise available in the labs, and knowledge of the research frontier. Typical responsibilities of a Postdoctoral Researcher include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Collaborate with experts and executives in Disney’s businesses to identify research problems worthy of research investment.
  • Independently conceive of and propose research problems that are relevant to Disney’s businesses.
  • Conduct research inspired by those problems.
  • Conduct research directed by an assigned Senior Research Scientist or Research Scientist.
  • Present research problems, plans, and results.
  • Document research in internal reports, peer-reviewed publications, and patent applications.
  • Work with Disney’s businesses to commercialize research results.
  • Provide expert consulting to various business units of The Walt Disney Company.

To apply please email careers@disneyresearch.com

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