RESEARCH TECHNICIAN – KÖHLER LAB
- Molecular Biology / Biochemistry / Cell Biology
- Max F. Perutz Laboratories - Vienna Biocenter
We are searching for a skilled technician, who wants to explore the cell nucleus with us. Our lab is broadly interested in nuclear envelope biology in health and disease. This includes the role of nuclear pore complexes in gene regulation, chromatin signaling at the nuclear periphery and various aspects of nuclear membrane dynamics.
You should have a great passion for basic research and strong organizational and time management skills. Your responsibilities will include a range of molecular biology techniques such as PCR, molecular cloning, protein/DNA electrophoresis. You will also perform biochemical techniques including recombinant protein expression, purification and analysis as well as yeast genetics and cell biology. You will further assist in the laboratory by ordering of new supplies and general lab maintenance. You should have excellent communication and cooperation skills and the ability to work in an international team. Curiosity, patience and attention to details are very important for us. We will support you in continuing professional development. A master’s degree in the life sciences and prior laboratory practice is required for this position.
If you believe you fit this profile and would like to work in an enthusiastic research group, please visit our website (https://www.mfpl.ac.at/groups/mfpl-group/group-info/koehler-alwin.html). This full-time position is available immediately and will be open until 31.12.2017. Salaries are according to the “Kollektiv-Vertrag” and can be upgraded depending on qualification.
Please send your CV, letter of intent and contact details of referees to alwin.koehler(at)mfpl.ac.at.
The Max F. Perutz Laboratories (MFPL; http://www.mfpl.ac.at) are a joint venture of the Medical University of Vienna and the University of Vienna, dedicated to top-level biomedical research. MFPL is part of the Vienna Biocenter (VBC; http://www.viennabiocenter.org/). The VBC is home to about 1400 scientists and 700 students from over 40 different countries and provides access to state of the art facilities (http://www.vbcf.ac.at/home/) and numerous joint scientific activities.
- Name: Alwin Köhler