RRI BANGALORE Molecular Biology RA Vacancy ~ helpBIOTECH

05 February 2018

RRI BANGALORE Molecular Biology RA Vacancy

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RAMAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE 
BANGALORE 560080 

Advt., No. 5/2018 The Raman Research Institute, funded by the Government of India, is a premier institute engaged in research in basic sciences. 

Applications are invited for up to ONE post of Research Assistant (RA) with expertise in Molecular Cell Biology on a temporary basis to work on projects related to Neuronal Cell Biophysics and Biomechanics in the Soft Condensed Matter Group of the Institute. The position is for 1 year with first 6 months under probation. Position may be extended up to a maximum of 2 years, with regular evaluation. We seek motivated individuals with good academic background along with an aptitude to research and an interest in developing new molecular-biology techniques. The details of the required qualifications and experience are given below: 

Job Description: RA will be responsible for Molecular Biology work—isolation of cDNA, DNA amplification, primer design, cloning, construction of molecular force sensors, etc, and conducting high end imaging (confocal, super-resolution) and image analysis. 

Remuneration: A consolidated remuneration of Rs. 22,000/- with 30% HRA on the consolidated remuneration per month will be paid to the selected candidates. 

Essential Qualification: M.Sc./B.Tech/M.Tech in Biotechnology/Life Sciences with a high score. Candidates with research experience from reputed labs will be preferred (please include email address of lab PI(s) with application). 

Ability to work in a team, an interest in multidisciplinary research and quantitative data analysis skills are necessary. Candidate should be self-driven, motivated and have leadership skills. 

The upper age Limit is 35 years, as on the last date for closing of applications. 

The last date for receipt of applications is 5th March 2018. Applications received after the last date will not be considered. 

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