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7 Post-Doctoral fellowships - Sustainable use of Marine resources

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Sectors Hydrology, Hydrogeology, Water Resources
Location Portugal - Europe
Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level First Level
Deadline 07/12/2012
Company Name University of Aveiro
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Sustainable use of Marine resources

The University of Aveiro intends to promote the development of the research area: Sustainable use of Marine resources (for further information go to http://www.ua.pt/research/PageText.aspx?id=16211), and invites applications for seven 24-month positions in the areas of:

(a) ecology/marine biology,

(b) geosciences/mineral sea resources,

(c) fisheries/ecotoxicology/parasitology,

(d) genetics/biotechnology and/or microbiology and

(e) chemistry/chemometrics and/or food processing.

The candidates must have a doctoral degree and relevant research experience in the above-mentioned areas. Applicants should have a good track record of publication in SCI journals, experience in (co)supervising at graduate and post-graduate levels (e.g. post-doctor grantees, Ph.D.and M.Sc. students), strong communication skills and the ability to pursue an independent research career. They will be encouraged to collaborate with other relevant UA researchers within their fields.

Gross salary will be ca. €19.248 /year and it is foreseen that these fixed-term contracts start in January/February 2013. Some support will be provided, including access to joint research and laboratory equipment. We are committed to foster gender-equality in Science.

For full consideration, candidates should apply by December 7th, 2012.

Applications should include CV and two recommendation letters. The applications must be submitted by e-mail toresearch@ua.pt, identifying the subject of the call and subarea.

For further information please contact Dr Ana Daniel, anadaniel@ua.pt

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