Centro de Química da Madeira (CQM) is seeking for a researcher/technician holding a PhD (or equivalent experience) in Chemistry or a related discipline, with Mass Spectrometry (MS) experience, to operate and maintain an Ion trap multipolar LC-MSMS Bruker Esquire 6000 Mass Spectrometer.

He/she will also supply external services, develop research work in the framework of the Portuguese MS Network and promote CQM scientific areas (Materials and Natural Products). This post will be offered on a fixed-term contract of two years, renewed yearly upon mutual agreement. The annual gross income will be ca. 1.450€ x 12 months (ca. 17.400€, free of taxes) plus a personal accident insurance.

For further details, candidates should consult CQM web pages at
The position is open until filled, but the selection process will begin immediately.
CQM is an equal opportunity employer and committed to selection based on merit

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