Junior Scientist (m/f/d) Fungal Genetics and Signal Transduction (Post-Doc, Limited Contract for 2 Years)

 
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Description

We are Austria’s largest research and technology organisation and an international player in applied research for innovative infrastructure solutions. This makes us a powerful development partner for industry and a top employer in the scientific community. Our Center for Health & Bioresources is seeking to hire new Ingenious Partners for our location in Tulln (in immediate vicinity to Vienna):

Junior Scientist (m/f/d) Fungal Genetics and Signal Transduction (Post-Doc, Limited Contract for 2 Years)

Your qualifications as an Ingenious Partner* :

You hold a PhD degree in Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology or a related field and should have experience in common experimental techniques used in molecular biology and genetics.

Experience in working with filamentous fungi, especially in the field of gene regulation and omics (particularly proteomics) techniques is expected.

Knowledge of bioinformatic techniques will be beneficial and at least basic understanding of signaling pathways in fungi or other eukaryotes is welcome.

High commitment and motivation to interact and contribute scientifically to our team.

Excellent communication skills in English both in spoken and written, as you will give talks and participate in writing publications.

What to expect:
The minimum gross annual salary according to the collective agreement is EUR 45.570,--. The actual salary will be determined individually, based on your qualifications and experience. In addition, we offer company benefits, flexible working conditions, individual training and career opportunities.

At AIT, the promotion of women is important to us - that's why we are especially looking forward to hearing from female applicants!

Please submit your application documents including CV, motivational letter and certificates online.

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In your application, please refer to myScience.at and reference JobID 26547.


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