Two Group Leader Positions – Bio NMR, Central European Institute of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic
We are looking for two group leaders in the field of Bio-NMR in Structural Biology Research Program to accept the challenge of starting a world-class research group
We are recruiting two internationally established scientists to set up independent world-class research groups in the field of Bio-NMR spectroscopy in a highly inter-disciplinary setting. You will be part of the Central European Institute of Technology in Brno, Czech Republic (www.ceitec.eu). The institute will host 600 scientists and state-of-the-art equipped laboratories. The campus receives funding as a European Centre of Excellence, with a variety of international partner institutes.
Structural Biology Research Program will run core facilities for X-ray crystallography, high-end cryo electron microscopy and tomography, studies of biomolecular interactions, and high-field NMR spectroscopy. CEITEC will host also high throughput -omics facilities. Genomics and Proteomics of Plant Systems, Molecular Medicine, Molecular Veterinary Medicine, and Brain and Mind Research represent other Life Science Research Programs of CEITEC. High-field NMR Core Facility will be equipped with six 500 – 950 MHz NMR systems. Group resources include funds for post-doc positions, personnel and running costs.
You must have a PhD in a technical or scientific field and should show:
- A track record of high quality scientific publications, providing evidence of excellence in bio NMR research and applications
- Success in obtaining personal or research funding
- Experience supervising other scientists
An interest in close collaboration with local experimental groups is required. We will offer internationally competitive conditions and benefits in line with your seniority. The positions become available in 2011 and have an initial tenure of five years. We look forward to receiving your preliminary enquiries and applications addressed to Prof. Vladimír Sklenář (email@example.com), the coordinator of the Structural Biology Research Program. The positions will be officially advertized early 2011. The onset of group operations is negotiable between 2011 and 2013.