The Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW)
announces a full-time position for a
within the department of Biological Oceanography,
starting on October 15, 2013. The payment
for this position will be EG13 according to the German TV-L. The position will
be limited to 5 years (2+3).
The IOW is an independent institute of the Leibniz
Society with a research emphasis on coastal and marginal seas in general and the
Baltic Sea in particular. The scientists of the four departments (Physical
Oceanography, Marine Chemistry, Biological Oceanography and Marine Geology) are
working interdisciplinary within a common research program and with the support
of a special working group for the development of new technologies. The
advertised position is within the Working Group “Microbial Ecology“ (Head:
Klaus Jürgens). One focus are the microbial communities and biogeochemical
transformations in marine oxygen deficient systems. Innovative research is
planned by a combination of approaches, including “MetaOmics”, single cells
sequencing, molecular diversity analyses and biogeochemical process
More information: www.io-warnemuende.de
line of research we seek for a post-doctoral scientist with profound knowledge
in the analysis of “MetaOmics” and “Next Generation Sequencing” data, with
experience in microbiological and biogeochemical studies of microbial
assemblages, documented by publications in peer-reviewed journals, and with
experience in the organisation and supervision of scientific studies.
are asked to send their complete documents (covering letter, CV, complete list
of accepted or published manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals, copies of
August 31th, 2013 to:
for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde
Applications from disabled scientists will
be treated with preference, if the scientific and personal qualification is
equal to other applicants. Please, point out your disability in the covering
letter and include a disability card. The IOW promotes gender equality.
Part-time work is possible. The
IOW intends to increase the number of women amongst its academic personnel and
expressly encourages qualified women to apply.
costs cannot be covered. We would like to note that confirmations of receipts
are not sent.
information, please contact:
Prof. Klaus Jürgens