Technical Assistant (BTA/MTA) (m/f/d)

Updated: 4 months ago

The LIT - Leibniz Institute for Immunotherapy (foundation under civil law) researches and develops new immunotherapies for the treatment of tumours, autoimmune diseases and transplant  rejections.

The group of Prof. Beckhove at the Leibniz Institute for Immunotherapy (LIT) is seeking an enthusiastic

Technical Assistant (BTA/MTA) (m/f/d)

(SST-2023-1), full time, limited to 2 years with possibility for extension.

Your Profile

We look for a highly motivated colleague that is able to work independently, and who is eager to support the lab. Being a team player as well as strong communication and organizational skills are necessary. Sufficient English skills to work in an international environment are mandatory. In addition to training in standard molecular and cellular methods such as western blot, PCR, cloning, cell culture, DNA and RNA isolation the applicant should bring experience in at least one of the following methods:

  • Immunological methods such as flow cytometry, cytokine assays, primary T cell isolation/culture
  • Animal work (mouse models)
  • CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing
  • Virus work (biosafety level 2)

What we offer

Our lab offers the opportunity to work at the interface of immunology and cancer, which is one of the most exciting fields of recent biomedical research. We provide a dynamic and motivating working environment where you can foster your skills and get the opportunity to learn cutting-edge technologies such as CRISPR gene editing, T cell engineering, etc.

  • An international research environment that offers exciting and diverse opportunities
  • Responsible and varied field of activity
  • Flat hierarchies and short decision-making processes
  • A highly motivated and cooperative team
  • Individual development opportunities
  • Flexible working hours
  • Job ticket

The remuneration is based on TV-L.

The Leibniz Institute for Immunotherapy targets to increase the share of women in the workforce. Therefore, qualified female candidates are explicitly encouraged to submit their applications. Moreover, the LIT advocates for the compatibility of family and career.

Disabled applicants (m/f/d) with equal qualifications will receive preferential treatment within the recruitment procedure. Please refer to your disability status already in your application.

Please note that expenses that may arise in the context of an eventual job interview cannot be reimbursed.

For more information, please contact Slava Stamova (slava.stamova(at) ). We are looking forward to receiving your application including a cover letter, CV, certificates and two references. Please apply via our homepage quoting the reference SST-2023-1.

The application deadline is June 11th, 2023.

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