An opportunity has become available for a CryoEM Training Scientist to join the growing eBIC team and contribute to the continued success of the world-leading scientific facility at Diamond Light Source.
This role will be essential to supporting the eBIC’s user programme by providing both training, workshops and operational support to eBIC’s user programme, as well as contributing to in-house research and development projects.
Responsibilities will include:
You will also coordinate, develop, implement and run a training programme in cryo-electron microscopy to suit variable and evolving needs.
Further responsibilities will include:
You will have a PhD in science, ideally in the biological/biophysical sciences, or demonstrate significant equivalent experience.
You will demonstrate significant experience in working within a scientific or academic environment, with experience in CryoEM essential, including a track record in CryoEM related research, experience with handling of biological samples, high resolution data collection and data processing/analysis.
You will also have experience in the operation of transmission electron microscopes especially for structural biology applications, as well as experience with Windows/Linux/Unix.
You should also demonstrate experience of designing and delivering training.
You will display the ability to design, plan, organise and implement projects and tasks within an allotted timeframe, as well as the ability to lead your own research project including budget and resource management.
You will demonstrate exceptional interpersonal, communication and presentation skills, with the ability to interact effectively and diplomatically with staff and facility users at all levels.
The application deadline for this role is 1 March 2020.
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