Stockholm university is a leading university in Europe with more than 27 000 students, 1 400 doctoral students and 5 700 staff members active within the natural sciences and humanities. The Department of Geological Sciences is one of the larger departments within the Faculty of Science with about 70 employees and 1000 students. The department supports a broad range of research within marine geology, geochemistry and classical geology and provides education programs in the geological sciences at Bachelors, Masters and PhD levels.
About the position:
- We are looking for a self-motivated person who can be part of a modern geochemical research environment.
- You will be responsible for the stable isotope laboratory (SIL) and manage maintenance, calibration, user training and method development of our stable isotope instruments and peripherals.
- You will also develop new analytical methods in collaboration with our researchers, doctoral students and other users.
- It is expected that you will acquire new skills within the framework of this position that are needed to develop new methods and to operate and maintain instruments.
- These may include, for example, the adaption of equipment or the construction of new experimental and/or analytical peripherals for our instruments.
- We are looking for a competent person with a PhD or alternatively a person with several years of work experience in mass spectrometry with focus on stable isotope ratio measurements, so called IRMS, with relevant knowledge acquired in natural sciences.
How to apply:
- Apply for the position at Stockholm University’s recruitment system.
- It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the application is complete in accordance with the instructions in the job advertisement, and that it is submitted before the deadline.
- Only include the cover letter and CV in your application. Bring copies of grades and certificates if you are called to an interview.
- The instructions for applicants are available at: Instructions – Applicants.
- Further information about the position can be obtained the Head of the Department, Magnus Mörth, firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Type of position||Postdoctoral|
|Subject areas||Physics ,biology, chemistry, mathematics, earth sciences,|