IISER-K Molecular Biology Technician Job Openings 2020 September


Applications are invited for the posts of two Molecular Biology Technicians contractual position for a “Systems Medicine: Acceleration using a Cluster Approach” (SyMec) research project in the multidisciplinary translational research field undertaken in the Department of Biological Sciences, IISER Kolkata.

Interested and eligible candidates are encouraged to apply on or before 15th October, 2020.

Project NameSystems Medicine: Acceleration using a Cluster Approach (SyMec)

Position: Molecular Biology Technician

No. of Vacancy: 2

 

Minimum Eligibility: M.Sc in any branch of Biological Sciences from a recognized University/Institute.

 

Desirable Qualifications: 1-2 years of prior research experience of working in a cell and molecular biology lab with training to work in animal cell culture and basic cell biology techniques such as protein/RNA extraction, western blotting, immunostaining and microscopy is required. Prior experience in small animal handling is desirable. People with experiences in the field of drug delivery, cancer biology, virology or combination of all the three will be given preference. Basic knowledge of using computers for record keeping and data analysis is required.


Salary: 18,000/- per month (consolidated)

Last Date for the receipt of the application is 15th October 2020. Applications enclosing attested copies of all testimonials/certificates and curriculum vitae should be sent to iiserkpost@gmail.com within the application deadline.  

Based on the first evaluation of applications received, only selected applicants will be notified by e-mail to appear for an interview. No TA/DA is admissible for appearing in the interview.

Date of Interview: Will be notified in the e-mail sent to the short-listed candidates.

Project start date: Will be notified via email to the selected candidates.

Tenure of the post will initially be for one year but likely to be extendable for two more years subject to performance of the candidate and availability of funds.

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