Lab Administrator / Staff Scientist (f/m/x)
We seek a biologist/biochemist to support our laboratory in all aspects of lab administration and in presenting our research to the scientific community and public. Our lab aims to understand fundamental cellular quality control processes, using a combination of genetic, molecular, and biochemical approaches. Work is focused on mechanistic and system-wide analyses of DNA repair and on the identification of cellular pathways that sense and resolve RNA damage. Our lab is part of the Gene Center Munich, an interdisciplinary institute of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, which is located on the biomedical research campus Munich-Großhadern and provides an interactive and internationally diverse scientific environment.
Working closely with the lab head, you will support the operation of the lab both administratively and scientifically. Core responsibilities include managing lab organization, finances, safety, and contributing to the presentation of research in papers and grant applications. Additionally, you will support the lab by designing, optimizing, and performing experiments, including the establishment of novel techniques and methods.
PhD in biosciences with a strong track-record in research and/or lab administration and profound enthusiasm for science. Proficiency in generating, manipulating & maintaining mammalian cell lines and/or expressing and purifying recombinant proteins is required. Our ideal candidate has strong organizational, interpersonal, and analytical skills, communicates fluently in both English and German, and combines attention to detail with sound judgment and with the ability to handle a diverse set of tasks in a dynamic, international environment.
The salary is according to the TV-L (E 13). The position is available immediately and will initially be for two years, but we are seeking a long-term relationship. The Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich is an equal opportunity employer; part-time employment is possible. The University of Munich is an equal opportunity employer. Handicapped candidates with equal qualifications will be given preference.
Please send a single pdf-file with your application (including cover letter, CV, degrees) by February 29, 2024 to:
Prof. Dr. Julian Stingele
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