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Networking and Knowledge Transfer in Marine Biotechnology
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The BIOTECMAR project, co-financed by the European Union ERDF Atlantic Area Programme, is seeking a postdoctoral researcher in the field of marine biotechnology. Of particular interest are activities that increase the value of waste products from seafood processing. See www.biotecmar.eu for further details of the project.
Within NUI Galway, the position will involve building a network of laboratories and SMEs across the Atlantic region. Activities will include exchanges of personnel and know-how among SMES and research institutes. The successful candidate will help produce a guide to marine biotechnology labs and identify potential transfers of results or technologies to SMEs.
This is an excellent opportunity for a researcher with experience of the relevant sector to work in a more industry-focussed role. The successful candidate will be based in Galway, but will work closely with other members of the consortium and project partnership. The successful candidate will represent NUI Galway at project meetings, organise and assist in training events.
A PhD or equivalent experience in a relevant area. For example, aquaculture, food science or waste processing
Scientific knowledge of seaweeds: e.g., compositional analysis, ecology and/or identification skills.
Good verbal and written communication skills
Knowledge of Intellectual Property (IP) procedures relevant to research in biotechnology
Experience of working for, or in partnership with, SMEs
Ability to communicate in French, Portuguese or Spanish, in addition to English.
A full driving licence
Experience of training or knowledge transfer activities
For informal enquiries about this post please contact Professor Mark Johnson, Martin Ryan Marine Science Institute, NUI Galway via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org See also http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/jobs/
This position is available for immediate start following the interview process. As the project is already underway, applicants will be expected to be in a position to start in, or at the end of, May or early June 2010. The contract is fixed term, ending in May 2011.
Salary: 38,286 per annum.
To apply: Applications should include a covering letter, curriculum vitae and the names and contact details of at least three but not more than five referees, to be sent (in word or PDF only) to email@example.com
Please put reference number NUIG-21-10 in subject line of e-mail when submitting application.
Closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm on Friday 7th May 2010.
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