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Ref2115: Research Technician (part-time)

The Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) in Vienna pursues world-class research in basic molecular biology. It is located at the Vienna BioCenter and largely sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim. With over 200 scientists from about 40 countries, the IMP is committed to scientific discovery of fundamental molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying complex biological phenomena.

We are looking for a part-time research technician to provide support for the laboratory of Clemens Plaschka. The lab’s research focuses on RNA biology and uses biochemical and structural biology, biochemistry, and genome-wide assays to study mRNA regulation. The main responsibilities for this position will be:

1)    Support for mammalian cell culture at various scales (plates and spinner flasks).
2)    Maintenance of cell culture stocks.
3)    Routine molecular biology techniques such as PCR and molecular cloning. 

Your profile:
Successful applicants should thus have a strong background and experience in molecular biology and cell culture. He or she should be friendly, interactive, well-organized, and highly motivated. An ability to work as a team and good English communication are essential.

Our offer:
IMP is an inclusive and equal opportunity employer. We offer a young, dynamic, international work environment in an international research group and an opportunity to make important contributions to basic biomedical research. The full-time annual gross salary starts from € 32.200, depending on qualification and experience.

Application:
Applications, including a letter of motivation describing the reason of your interest in this position and past research experiences, a CV and the names and contact details of two referees should only be made online by 30th November 2021.

We look forward to your application and to meeting you in person.
Dr. Clemens Plaschka
IMP - Research Institute of Molecular Pathology
Campus-Vienna-Biocenter 1, 1030 Vienna 
https://www.imp.ac.at/groups/clemens-plaschka/