Employer: University of Leeds
Location: Leeds – Main Campus
Faculty/Service: Faculty of Biological Sciences
School/Institute: School of Molecular & Cellular Biology
Category: Technical Support
Grade: Grade 5
Salary: £24,285 to £27,929 p.a.
Working Time: 100%
Post Type: Full Time
Contract Type: Ongoing
Closing Date: Tuesday 17 January 2023
Are you an early career researcher looking for a challenge? Do you have a background in Molecular or Cellular Biology? Do you want to further your career in one of the UK’s leading research intensive Universities?
We are looking for an experienced Research Technician to support research projects and laboratories across the School of Molecular & Cellular Biology. The candidate will be required to assist with the day to day running of laboratory spaces and provide project specific support to ongoing projects within the School. A good general understanding of bacteriology, structural biology, cell biology or virology techniques would be advantageous, with the ability to pick up new techniques as required. Experience in training others in scientific techniques or explaining standard laboratory procedures is essential. You will also have an understanding of biological and chemical hazards, safe handling and disposal, with the ability to work safely. Past experience in a research or teaching laboratory is essential. You should be highly motivated, organised, and able to communicate and collaborate as part of a team.
The University of Leeds and the Faculty of Biological Sciences are committed to providing equal opportunities for all and offer a range of family friendly policies. The University is a charter member of Athena SWAN (the national body that promotes gender equality in higher education), and the Faculty of Biological Sciences was reawarded a Bronze award in 2017. We are proud to be an inclusive Faculty that values all staff, and are happy to consider job share applications and requests for flexible working arrangements from our employees. Our Athena SWAN webpage provides more information.
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