Are you an experienced microscopist who enjoys advancing optical microscopy techniques? Do you enjoy building and maintaining custom-built microscopy setups, optimizing their performance, and assisting users with their experiments? Our Department of Biophysical Chemistry is seeking a skilled microscopist to join our team!
As a microscopist in our department, you will have the opportunity to work with a diverse range of researchers covering topics such as membrane and protein dynamics, plasmon-enhanced fluorescence, and nanoscopic organization of proteins and membranes. We are a supportive and collaborative team that offers an open, friendly, and inclusive environment. Your main responsibility will be to maintain and advance our custom-built microscopy setups, ensuring optimal performance and reliability for our users. You will also be responsible for organizing and training users, setting up measurement guidelines, and maintaining a data repository.
The ideal candidate will have a university degree in physics, optics, engineering, or related fields, and extensive hands-on experience with optical microscopy. A PhD degree related to microscopy and experience with building optical setups are considered assets. Excellent organization skills are a must, as well as good communication skills and patience when training and collaborating with scientists and students from various fields.
The position will be open for applications until filled and has a flexible starting date in 2023.
Type of contract: Temporary
Job status: Full-time
If you are interested in this stable and rewarding position, please send us your CV and a cover letter outlining your experience and qualifications. Send your materials to firstname.lastname@example.org and cc to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write in the subject line of your email SC2023_11. We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to our team.
– 25 days paid leave of absence (holidays) per year + 3 days of paid sick-leave in addition to the statutory insurance
– Flexible working-time, the possibility of part-time work, work-life balance
– Lunch vouchers
– Subsidy for sports and cultural activities
– Recreation subsidy, recreation subsidy for children
– Possibility of attending children groups of the CAS
– Possibility to use discounts in recreation centers of the CAS
– Sports goods rental, free parking, trade union library
– Language courses
– Attractive location
– Health and social insurance paid mandatory by the institute
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