University Assistant (PhD position)

Updated: about 2 months ago
Job Type: PartTime
Deadline: 30 Aug 2022

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In this position you are expected to write a dissertation in a stimulating environment using the university's infrastructure. You will hold your own lectures, tutor students and participate in administration. 50% of the working time is reserved for the thesis.Main tasks: Dissertation in the field of metabolic signaling and mass spectrometric bioanalysis; Independent research; Independent teaching; Supervision of students and publication activities; Education and training; Administrative tasks.Required qualifications: completed scientific studies (Master or Mag.rer.nat. in chemistry, biology, pharmacy, biochemistry or a comparable discipline); communication skills, ability to work in a team.Desired qualifications: experience in cell culture, mass spectrometric analysis of proteins, PTMs and/or polar metabolites using stable isotope labeled metabolic precursor molecules, as well as bioinformatic and statistical analysis of mass spectrometric data. Experience using MaxQuant, TraceFinder, Proteome Discoverer, Compound Discoverer, PASTAQ, and/or R desired; Please include written reflections on your dissertation project with your application (max. 5 pages).


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The University of Innsbruck is committed to raising the quota of female employees and therefore explicitly welcomes applications from qualified female scientists. In the case of female underrepresentation women with equal qualifications will be given priority.

In accordance with Austrian disability laws qualified people with special requirements are expressly encouraged to apply for jobs. For more information please contact the trusted representative for scientists with a disability at the University of Innsbruck, Dr. Adolf Sandbichler.

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