Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, represented by the Dean of the Faculty, announces an open competition
for the project Pre-application research into innovative medicines and medical technologies (InoMed),
Project registration number: CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/18_069/0010046
within the Operation Program Research, Development and Education (OP RDE), Call No. 02_18_069 for Pre-application research for ITI, a project co-financed by the European Commission
to fill research position:
RP1: DDP student, agreement to perform work, 40 hours per month (0,25 FTE)
Place of work: Faculty of Pharmacy, Hradec Králové
- to be significantly involved in partial aspects of the RP such as the synthesis or isolation of skin barrier lipids, biophysical studies of skin barrier lipids and human stratum corneum,
- participate in publication activities,
- work on key project activities as directed by the supervisor.
- postgraduate student, completed a master’s degree in natural science, pharmacy or medicine at a university in the Czech Republic or achieved a comparable degree at a foreign university,
- active English skills (proficiency in spoken and written English).
Other knowledge and skills:
- good knowledge in the field of synthetic organic chemistry and lipid biophysics,
- work on PC and with databases,
- flexibility, diligence, thoroughness, and responsibility,
- good organizational and communication skills,
- ability to work both independently and in the team,
- high motivation and hardworking,
- strong willingness to learn new things continuously and complete foreign internships of InoMed project.
Application must include the following:
- first and last name of the applicant,
- date and place of birth,
- place of residence/current address,
- date and signature,
- contact information (email address, phone number).
Candidates are expected to submit following annexes with an application:
- CV including the list of publications, professional skills and past research experience,
- Cover letter,
- certified copy of a diploma,
- other documents certifying required knowledge and expertise,
- information duty and consent to the processing of personal data according to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation) and Act No. 110/2019 Coll., on personal data processing, as amended.
Labour Code (Law No. 262/2006 Coll.) and internal salary structure and regulations of Charles University specify the salary conditions.
The estimated wage: 160 CZK/hour
The start of work: 1. 10. 2022 or will be discussed
Type of employment contract: for a fixed period, with the possibility of extension
FTE: 40 hours per month (0,25 FTE)
- interesting work in an expert team for pre-application research,
- collaboration with foreign and domestic experts,
- collaboration with statisticians and IT experts,
- specialized professional development and continuous education in a field with perspective of long-term employment,
- foreign scientific internships and participation in international conferences.
We kindly ask you to send the applications with all required documents by mail or to deliver them personally no later than by 2:00 pm on 3rd of September 2022 at the following address:
Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové
Lenka Cermanová, DiS. – Personnel Department
Akademika Heyrovského 1203
500 05 Hradec Králové 5
Please, clearly mark on the envelope “Job Announcement – InoMed Project”
We kindly ask you to send your application with all the required documents and attachments because without them your application is incomplete and you cannot be included in the list of candidates.
The announcer reserves the right to cancel the job announcement at any time during the open competition period.
Contact person for providing further information concerning the work content:
Prof. PharmDr. Kateřina Vávrová, Ph.D.
Department of Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry
Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University
Phone: +420 495 067 497
This project reg. č. CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/18_069/0010046:
Pre-application research into innovative medicines and medical technologies (InoMed) is co-financed by the European Commission.