Family-friendly, flexible, personal. Your career at the FFHS.

Working at the FFHS

As a responsible employer, we put our employees first. It is our declared goal to promote the compatibility of work, family and professional development.



Would you like to be part of a dynamic research and development team and help shape the future of education? At our location in Brig we are looking for an

Associate Researcher (80-100%)

As a member of our team, you will actively contribute to shaping the future of AI use. You will be involved in national and international research projects and gain valuable insights into the efficient and effective implementation of AI components.

Your tasks

  • Systematic analysis and implementation of design conditions: You will identify the key factors that influence the successful use of AI components and develop practical solutions based on these findings
  • Participation in experimental investigations and field studies: You collect and analyze data from real use cases in order to check and continuously improve the effectiveness of design approaches
  • Knowledge transfer: You will share our expertise with others by creating teaching materials, conducting workshops, and participating in conferences

What you bring with you

  • You have a master's degree (MSc) or PhD in computer science, psychology, engineering, or a related field
  • You have a strong background in human-computer interaction and/or artificial intelligence
  • You have excellent analytical and communication skills
  • You are a team player and enjoy working independently
  • You enjoy solving complex problems and developing innovative solutions
  • Good English and German language skills (French language skills an advantage)

What you can expect from us

  • Reconciling work, family and professional development
  • Contemporary employment conditions and good further training opportunities
  • The opportunity to work on exciting and future-oriented research projects
  • A dynamic and international working environment and an experienced and interdisciplinary team including social, data and computer scientists
  • Laboratory with eye-tracking, Facial Action Coding System (FACS), Virtual Reality and professional physiological sensors
  • The position is fixed term for three years with the possibility of extension

Our Head of the IFeL-Institute (per.bergamin(at), tel.: +41 27 510 38 10) will be happy to provide you with specialist information and our Head of HR (adrienne.schnyder(at), tel.: +41 27 510 39 09) will be happy to provide you with general information.

We look forward to receiving your application with the usual documents by 15.05.2024.