Montag, 16. Februar 2009

Research Associate Position, Dynamics of Organic Pollutants (6 years)

Research Associate Position, Dynamics of Organic Pollutants (6 years)

University of Vienna, Department of Environmental Geosciences

The Department of Environmental Geosciences, Faculty of Geosciences, Geography and Astronomy offer a fulltime 6 years research associate position to be filled as soon as possible.

We would like to employ a scientist with a research focus in the field organic pollutants (working group Prof. Hofmann, http://umweltgeologie.univie.ac.at/). The applicant has his/her research focus within the scope of process understanding, modelling, and/or dynamics of organic pollutants in soil/groundwater systems. His/her expertise is documented by a good publication record in international journals. A clear and innovative research perspective, acquisition of project funding, and the knowledge of quantitative laboratory research methods is expected. Profound knowledge in chemical analysis of organic pollutants is beneficial. The ability to work independently, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, meet deadlines, and excellent (English) written and oral communication skills are a prerequisite.

Cooperation with the working group Natural Colloids and Nanotechnology at our Department are emphasised. Apart from our comprehensively equipped laboratories (ASE, 2 GC-MS, 2 HPLC, sample preparation, inorganic analysis, and colloid analysis) and an extremely potent research environment due to co-operations with other Departments, additional field or laboratory equipment can be negotiated as a start up fund. Gross salary including 4 h/week teaching is € 52,500 (approx. US $ 67,000) year including health care and social security. Information about the offered position is available by request from environment@univie.ac.at. Applicants should submit a statement of research interests and proposed research, a curriculum vita, a list of publications and names of three potential referees, by email (as .pdf files, with the applicant name as part of the file name) to sabine.kranzl@univie.ac.at.

Vienna University aims at an increase in female percentage, particularly within leading positions and within the scientific staff, and hence invites qualified women explicitly to apply. Under conditions of similar qualification, women will be preferred.
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