Postdoctoral Research Assistant in liquid NMR: Funchal, Madeira island, Portugal

 Job Reference: BGCT/CQM/REDE/1517/RMN/2005

Within the framework of the Portuguese National Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Network (PTNMR) – Contract Program 2010-2012 (REDE/1517/RMN/2005), the Centro de Química da Madeira (CQM), University of Madeira, Funchal, Madeira Island, Portugal, is seeking for a Manager of Science and Technology (M/F) holding a PhD in Chemistry (or related fields) with NMR experience, to be responsible for the technical maintenance of a 400MHz NMR equipment, analytical services, teaching and research.

 

The offered position is ideal for PhDs with strong NMR experience and interest in the field of Natural Products and/or Materials.

The contract offered, will have duration up to December 2012, renewed yearly upon mutual agreement. The monthly salary will be between 1495€ (for the first year) and 1995€ (depending on performance) plus a personal accident insurance.

For further details, candidates should consult CQM web pages at http://bit.ly/dg6Nic or contact Prof. João Rodrigues by e-mail: cqm@uma.pt.
Applications should be submitted, until 31 of January 2011 (17h, Lisbon time), by e-mail (cqm@uma.pt), with the following information:
a. Motivation letter;
b. A brief statement of the applicant current and future research interest (Max. 2 A4 pag.);
c. Detailed Curriculum Vitae;
d. Academic certificates in Portuguese or translated to English (certificated translation);
e. Working program to be developed in the scope of the Natural Products and/or Materials Groups of CQM (Max. 2 A4 pag.);
f. Name and e-mail contacts of two referees.

The position is open until filled, but the selection process will begin at 31 of January.

CQM follows the European Charter for Researchers, the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers (Commission Recommendation, Brussels, 11.3.2005, 2005/251/EC), and is committed to the principle of equity in employment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals.

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