Research Group Leader (f/m) - Seed Development
Reference number: 44/09/16
As research group leader you carry out independent and internationally highly visible research within the frame of the goals of IPK and the Department Molecular Genetics. You instruct and guide the members of your group and you raise third party research funding. In addition, you are involved in and support institute- and department-wide research initiatives. Your qualification:
You hold a PhD in biology (botany) or any related area in biochemistry or agronomy and you have a very good reputation gained through own high-ranking research in the area of molecular biology of plant development. You have detailed molecular and systems biology expertise and have practical experience in the analysis of individual cell and tissue types and/or molecular and biochemical investigation of signal transduction and regulatory processes. The ability to handle large data sets (e.g. transcriptome data) and to analyze them (incl. proper statistics) and to use various databases will be advantageous. Competence in co-worker supervision, in interdisciplinary interaction and co-operation as well as fund-raising ability will be expected. If you need further information on the position and the resources allocated to the group feel free to contact Prof. Dr. Thomas Altmann. You reach him under email@example.com or phone +49 (0)39482 5 214.
The IPK is striving to increase the proportion of women in sectors where they are underrepresented, and therefore explicitly encourages applications from qualified women. IPK is an equal opportunities employer. Handicapped persons will be preferred when equally qualified. Gross salary will be up to 100% E14 TV-L. Your application:
Please send your application (incl. CV, a statement on research experience and intended future work and at least two references) to Ms. Böhme citing the 44/09/16. Please contact her also for questions regarding the application and selection procedure (email: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: +49 (0) 39482 5101). Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK)
Corrensstraße 3, OT Gatersleben