Bioinformatician (f/m)

The IPK is one of the world’s leading international institutions in the field of plant genetics and crop science. Its research programme and services contribute materially to conserving, exploring and exploiting crop diversity. Its research goals are driven by the need to ensure an efficient and sustainable supply of food, energy and raw materials, thereby addressing a major global ecological challenge.
The research group Bioinformatics and Information Technology is engaged in the management of research data, in the implementation of integrated biological information systems/data warehouses for performing in silico analyses and presenting sequencing data. We are contributing to genotyping and re-sequencing projects of different plant genetic resources hosted in the IPK-Genebank.


Your tasks:

  • You manage analyzed data sets from the research project BeanAdapt Phaselous vulgaris and Phaselous coccineus using Oracle® data base technology.
  • You will work together with colleagues who handle similar data sets from other species.
  • You will contribute to the development of web-based information system to make this diversity accessible and implement powerful user friendly visualization routines.

Your qualifications and skills:

  • You possess a Master/Diploma in (bio-) informatics or equivalent academic degree.
  • You must have a strong background in data base technology and a robust understanding of developing web-based user interfaces.
  • You have experience with UNIX/Linux command line program execution, R, Java, JavaScript programming and RESTful web services.

You fit to us:

  • If you are fascinated by plant biology and you want to work in a modern research centre with state of the art facilities and scientists from all over the world.
  • You have proven excellent writing and presentation skills.
  • You are a team player.

We offer you:

  • A cutting edge interdisciplinary research environment.
  • Collegial working atmosphere.
  • Gross salary according to TV-L up to E13.
  • Employment for a period of 2 years.

 

If you need further information feel free to contact Dr. Uwe Scholz (scholz@ipk-gatersleben.de); phone: +49 (0)39482 5513.

What you need to know: The IPK is striving to increase the proportion of women in sectors where they are underrepresented, and therefore explicitly encourages applications from qualified women. Everyone - independent from gender, sexual orientation, age, origin or a possible disability - is welcome. The IPK was awarded the Hertie Foundation's work and balance certificate ("berufundfamilie") for its family-friendly working conditions. The IPK campus is located in the immediate vicinity of a local day care center and primary school (Grundschule).


Your application:
Please send your application (incl.letter of motivation, CV, certificates of university degrees and latest school report) until Apr. 28th, 2017 to the attention of Mr. Danielowski (jobs@ipk-gatersleben.de) citing the reference number 26/03/17. Please contact him also for questions regarding the application and selection procedure. You can reach him by telephone +49 (0)39482 574.

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Research Group Leader (f/m) Developmental Biology of Plant Seeds

IPK Gatersleben is a large, internationally recognized centre of plant research that addresses problems of modern biology with an emphasis on crop plants. Our scientific expertise integrates a broad diversity of disciplines to elucidate the mechanisms underlying processes of plant development, metabolism, and interactions with the environment. Our research aims at the generation of fundamental knowledge and the development of genetic and biotechnological tools to spur the knowledge-based use of plant-genetic resources to optimize a variety of crop traits. Frequently, this involves co-operation with various national and international universities as well as public-private partnerships.

For the Department of Molecular Genetics we look for a Research Group Leader (f/m) Developmental Biology of Plant Seeds.


This tenure track position is open immediately. After a period of up to five years and upon positive evaluation, a permanent position will be offered. Within the research focus areas of the Molecular Genetics Department, plant vegetative growth and seed formation, the hired research group leader is expected to devise and carry out an internationally competitive research program on the molecular analysis of developmental processes of plant cells, tissues, and organs primarily addressing growth and differentiation processes involved in seed formation. This concerns determination of cell and tissue identity and control of growth and differentiation and the involved signalling and regulation mechanisms. The research group to be headed applies modern molecular biological and systems analysis approaches and has access to the excellent research infrastructure of IPK including unique HTP phenotyping platforms in novel environmentally controlled plant cultivation facilities and to IPKs plant genetic resources. It closely interacts with other complementary research groups of IPK, in particular of the Dept. Molecular Genetics, who i.a. investigate metabolic processes during seed filling and who are experts in plant phenotyping (mainly using non-invasive 2D, 3D, and 4D approaches), in image analysis, molecular and systems genetics, as well as network analysis and modelling. The group is thoroughly involved in the main research areas of IPK contributing to the investigation of plant performance in varying environmental conditions and towards elucidation of genetic causes and molecular mechanisms resulting in phenotypic variation.


Your tasks:
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 altmann@ipk-gatersleben.de or phone +49 (0)39482 5 214.
IPK is striving to increase the proportion of woman in sectors where they are inderrepresented, 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 Mr. Danielowski (jobs@ipk-gatersleben.de) citing the reference number 27/04/17. Please contact Mr. Danielowski also for questions regarding the application and selection procedure (phone: +49 (0)39482 5 741). The position is open immediately and will stay open until it is filled.

Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK)
Mr. Danielowski
Corrensstraße 3, OT Gatersleben
06466 Stadt Seeland
Germany
www.ipk-gatersleben.de

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Ph.D. position “Biocluster development pathways in different regional innovation systems”

The Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) in Halle (Saale), Germany, invites applications for a Ph.D. position “Biocluster development pathways in different regional innovation systems” within the project: “The Role and Functions of Bioclusters in the Transition to a Bioeconomy” (TRAFOBIT), funded by the German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF).

TRAFOBIT investigates the role of so-called bioclusters in which businesses, governments, research institutes and universities work together with the aim to replace our current fossil based sources of carbon with renewable ones. This is a daunting task that requires systemic innovations, or ‘transitions’, that fundamentally change existing economic and technological structures.

The TRAFOBIT project explores the innovation processes that occur inside bioclusters, the embedding of bioclusters in their regional and (inter)national value chains and the possible transition paths of bioclusters in the future. The project has an interdisciplinary perspective aiming to combine theoretical insights and methods from sociology, innovation science, ecological economics and mathematics.

 

Tasks

The research of this PhD candidate aims to develop a method with which the development phases of bioclusters within different regional contexts can be explored. Based on an international cross-case comparison of biocluster development trajectories, the PhD candidate will identify some of the causal mechanisms and innovation motors at work within bioclusters. The results will be used to define and calibrate a computer model (for instance agent-based model or system dynamics model) to explore how different regional circumstances of the same type of clusters can lead to different development paths.

 

Requirements

  1. Suitable candidates have a Master’s degree or equivalent in (computational) social science, (agricultural) economics, economic geography, innovation science, or science and technology studies.
  2. Some experience with modelling approaches such as system dynamics or agent-based modelling is considered to be a strong asset.
  3. The candidate should have an independent mindset, strong communication skills and a willingness to spend time abroad.

 

Terms and conditions

The successful candidate will conduct his/her PhD research at the IAMO department of Structural Development of Farms and Rural Areas in Halle (Saale). He or she will become a member of the IAMO Graduate School and apply for a doctoral degree from Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg.

The salary is calculated according to TV-L 13 based on a 75% of full time basis. The position is for 3 years and the preferred starting date is July 1st 2017.

IAMO (http://www.iamo.de) is a public research institute that pursues basic and applied research in the field of agricultural economics and related fields. It is a member of the Leibniz Association, a German network of non-university research institutes. IAMO is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes applications from female candidates. Physically handicapped persons with equal qualifications will be given preference.


Application

Interested candidates should send a set of application documents in English that include:

  1. Letter of motivation (maximum 1 page);
  2. Curriculum vitae;
  3. Names and contact information of two academic referees.

This set of application documents should be sent by e-mail to Dr. Frans Hermans (Hermans@iamo.de).

Closing date for the application is May 12th 2017.

 

Further information:

Dr. Frans Hermans
Leibniz-Institut für Agrarentwicklung in Transformationsökonomien (IAMO)
Theodor-Lieser-Straße 2
06120 Halle (Saale)
+49 345 2928-134

hermans@iamo.de

https://www.iamo.de/en/research/projects/details/trafobit/

 

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Technische/r Assistent/in

Das Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB) ist eine außeruniversitäre Forschungseinrichtung am Campus Weinberg in Halle (Saale) und ist Mitglied der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft und des WissenschaftsCampus Halle „Pflanzenbasierte Bioökonomie“. Als öffentlich-rechtliche Stiftung untersteht es der Aufsicht des Landes Sachsen-Anhalt.

Die Abteilung Natur- und Wirkstoffchemie (Prof. Dr. Wessjohann) befasst sich mit der Isolierung, Charakterisierung, Entwicklung und biologischen Testung von Wirkstoffen aus Höheren Pilzen und Pflanzen: http://www.ipb-halle.de/forschung/natur-und-wirkstoffchemie/

In der Abteilung ist ab sofort für die Dauer von 2 Jahren folgende Stelle zu besetzen: Technische/r Assistent/in.

Arbeitsaufgaben:

Ihr Aufgabenschwerpunkt wird vornehmlich die Pflege der Pilzkultursammlung sowie die Durchführung von Assays zur Erkennung von bioaktiven, vor allem von fungiziden Substanzen sein. Ferner sind Sie mit der Herstellung von Extrakten aus Pilzmaterial und anderen biologischen Proben und deren Fraktionierung und Bearbeitung betraut.

Voraussetzungen:

  • Abschluss als PTA, BTA, MTA, CTA oder vergleichbar (z.B. Laborant/in in diesen Bereichen)
  • Erfahrungen mit Laborarbeiten unter sterilen Bedingungen und mit organischen Lösemitteln
  • Interesse an chromatographischen Trennungen und analytischen Geräten (Säulenchromatographie, HPLC)
  • Eigenverantwortliche und sorgfältige Arbeitsweise
  • Englischkenntnisse
  • Bereitschaft zur Arbeit in einem internationalen Team

 

Die Vergütung und Sozialleistungen erfolgen nach dem Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder (TV-L).

Informationen über das IPB finden Sie unter: http://www.ipb-halle.de.

Für nähere Informationen wenden Sie sich bitte an Dr. Norbert Arnold (Telefon: +49 345 5582-1310, E-Mail: norbert.arnold@ipb-halle.de).

 

Bitte richten Sie Ihre ausführliche Bewerbung möglichst elektronisch als pdf unter Angabe der Kennziffer 6/2017 bis zum 20.04.2017 an das

Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB)

AG Personal

Frau Kerstin Balkenhohl

Weinberg 3

06120 Halle (Saale)

bewerbungen@ipb-halle.de

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Postdoctoral Researcher

IPK Gatersleben is one of the leading international Research Institutes in the area of cereal genomics, breeding research, and crop development and performance. It is a recognized center of crop plant research addressing problems of modern biology. Our scientific expertise integrates disciplines to elucidate the mechanisms underlying plant development, metabolism, and interactions with the environment. Our research aims at the generation of fundamental knowledge and the development of genetic and biotechnological tools to spur the knowledge-based use of plant-genetic resources to optimize a variety of crop traits. Frequently, this involves co-operation with various national and international universities as well as public-private partnerships.

For the working group Genomics of Genetic Resources (GGR) we are looking for a Postdoctoral Researcher.


Employment could start from 01.11.2016 for a period of 3 years (in compliance with the law “WissZeitVG”), provided the final approval of the project by the funding agency.

Who we are:
The group Genomics of Genetic Resources is contributing to the international efforts of sequencing the barley and wheat genomes – both among the most important crop species worldwide. We have developed extensive genomic resources and genomic tools to either discover, exploit or utilize genomic diversity for elucidation of mechanisms underlying agronomic traits. We are interested in structural variation of cereal genomes and its impact on genome and haplotype evolution. Recently, we started genotyping of the entire barley genetic resources collection of IPK (>20,000 accessions) as a first step to improve educated selection of genetic resources for allele mining or pre-breeding.

Tell us who you are:
We are seeking a highly motivated young scientist. Tell us how you will contribute to make our Research better and why IPK is the place for you to establish the next steps of your career.

Your tasks:
The candidate will be part of an interdisciplinary team (IPK Gatersleben, Helmholtz Center Munich, private Industry) working on the analysis of the barley pangenome. You will be responsible to perform research in the area of whole genome shotgun sequencing, RNASeq, and 3D conformation capture sequencing of barley. All sequencing will rely on Illumina HiSeq2500 or higher technology and may include also the PACBio Sequel platform.

Your qualification:
You possess a PhD or equivalent academic degree. You should have a strong background in molecular genetics, own hands-on experience with NGS library preparation, experience in operating NGS systems, a robust understanding of high-throughput genomic studies requiring capabilities in e.g. UNIX command line program execution, R-package applications, PERL programming or program execution. You have strong scientific writing and presentation skills and you are a team player.

If you need further information feel free to contact Dr. Nils Stein. You reach him under stein@ipkgatersleben.de or phone +49 (0) 39482 5522.


The IPK is striving to increase the proportion of women in sectors where they are underrepresented, and therefore explicitly encourages applications from qualified women. The IPK was awarded the Hertie Foundation's work and balance certificate ("berufundfamilie") for its family-friendly working conditions. The IPK campus is located in the immediate vicinity of a local day care center and primary school (Grundschule). Gross salary will be up to 100% E13 TV-L.

Your application:
Please send your application (incl. letter of motivation and future research interests, CV, list of publications, certificates of university degrees and latest school report, at least three addresses of reference) to Ms. Böhme citing the reference number 37/07/16. Please contact her also for questions regarding the application and selection procedure.

Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK)
Ms. Böhme
Corrensstraße 3, OT Gatersleben
06466 Stadt Seeland
Germany
email: jobs@ipk-gatersleben.de
phone: +49 (0) 39482 5101
www.ipk-gatersleben.de

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Postdoctoral Researcher

IPK Gatersleben is one of the leading international Research Institutes in the area of cereal genomics, breeding research, and crop development and performance. It is a recognized center of crop plant research addressing problems of modern biology. Our scientific expertise integrates disciplines to elucidate the mechanisms underlying plant development, metabolism, and interactions with the environment. Our research aims at the generation of fundamental knowledge and the development of genetic and biotechnological tools to spur the knowledge-based use of plant-genetic resources to optimize a variety of crop traits. Frequently, this involves co-operation with various national and international universities as well as public-private partnerships.


For the working group Genomics of Genetic Resources (GGR) we are looking for a Postdoctoral Researcher.

Employment could start from 01.01.2017 for an initial period of 3 years. Based on performance one renewal for a second period of max 3 years will be possible (both options are valid in compliance with the law “WissZeitVG”). The group Genomics of Genetic Resources is contributing to the international efforts of sequencing the barley and wheat genomes – both among the most important crop species worldwide. We have developed extensive genomic resources and genomic tools to either discover, exploit or utilize genomic diversity for elucidation of mechanisms underlying plant characteristics or agronomic traits. We are interested in structural variation of cereal genomes and its impact on genome and haplotype evolution. Recently we started genotyping of the entire barley genetic resources collection of IPK (>20,000 accessions) as a first step to improve educated selection of genetic resources for allele mining or pre-breeding.

Tell us who you are:
We are seeking for a highly motivated young scientist. Tell us how you will contribute to make our Research better and why IPK is the place for you to establish the next steps of your career.

Your tasks:
The candidate has the possibility to contribute to any of the main research areas of the group GGR: (i) Triticeae structural and functional genome analysis, (ii) molecular cloning of genes underlying key agronomic traits in cereals, (iii) 3D structural analysis of cereal genomes at different developmental and physiological states, (iv) Triticeae pangenome analysis. The candidate support the managing of ongoing research but also has freedom to initiate own research or to establish/strengthen her/his own research profile. The selected candidate will be involved in supervising PhD and Master students and will contribute to the teaching profile of the group.

Your qualification:
You possess a PhD or equivalent academic degree. You should have a strong background in molecular genetics and a robust understanding of high-throughput genomic studies requiring capabilities in e.g. UNIX command line program execution, R-package applications, PERL programming or program execution. It is also possible to combine this expertise in opposite order of priorities. You have strong scientific writing and presentation skills and you are a team player.

If you need further information feel free to contact Dr. Nils Stein. You reach him under stein@ipkgatersleben.de or phone +49 (0) 39482 5522.
The IPK is striving to increase the proportion of women in sectors where they are underrepresented, and therefore explicitly encourages applications from qualified women. The IPK was awarded the Hertie Foundation's work and balance certificate ("berufundfamilie") for its family-friendly working conditions. The IPK campus is located in the immediate vicinity of a local day care center and primary school (Grundschule). Gross salary will be up to 100% E13 TV-L.

Your application:
Please send your application (incl. letter of motivation and future research interests, CV, list of publications, certificates of university degrees and latest school report, at least three addresses of reference) to Ms. Böhme citing the reference number 36/07/16. Please contact her also for questions regarding the application and selection procedure.

Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK)
Ms. Böhme
Corrensstraße 3, OT Gatersleben
06466 Stadt Seeland
Germany
email: jobs@ipk-gatersleben.de
phone: +49 (0) 39482 5101
www.ipk-gatersleben.de

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Master-Thesis im Bereich Sequenzdatenanalyse

Das IPK gehört zu den großen, international bedeutsamen Zentren der Pflanzenforschung, in dem Probleme der modernen Biologie vorrangig an Kulturpflanzen bearbeitet werden. In unserem Institut arbeiten Menschen aus der ganzen Welt mit den unterschiedlichsten Talenten und Qualifikationen. Ihre Forschung verfolgt das Ziel einer umfassenden Nutzung pflanzengenetischer Ressourcen für eine optimierte Nahrungsmittel- und Stoffproduktion sowie für eine nachhaltige Landwirtschaft. Dazu kooperieren wir mit Arbeitsgruppen deutscher und internationaler Universitäten, mit außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtungen sowie Unternehmen.

Für die Arbeitsgruppe Domestikationsgenomik sind Masterarbeiten zu vergeben.
Die Arbeitsgruppe untersucht Domestikations- und Adaptionsprozesse und ihren Zusammenhang mit genetischer Diversität in den Nutzgräsern Gerste, Weizen und Roggen sowie deren wilden Verwandten. Zu diesem Zweck werden ausgehend auf von neu entwickelten genomischen Sequenzund Kartierungsressourcen umfangreiche Sequenzdatensätze analysiert.

Master-Thesis: Sie können eines von drei möglichen Themen bearbeiten:

  • Verbesserung und Benchmarking von Algorithmen zur Genomassemblierung und -kartierung
    mittels Chromosomenkonformationscapture (HiC)
  • Etablierung von Pipelines zur Analyse von allel-spezifischen Expressionsdaten (RNA-seq)
  • Transfer von populationsgenetischen Methoden aus der Humangenetik auf pflanzliche Resequenzierungsdatensätze

Während des Aufenthaltes in Gatersleben besteht die Möglichkeit der Unterbringung im Gästehaus oder in einer der zahlreichen WGs im Ort.

Weitere Informationen zur Stelle gibt Ihnen gerne Herr Dr. Martin Mascher. Sie erreichen ihn unter

mascher@ipk-gatersleben oder Tel.: 039382 5243.

Das IPK strebt eine Erhöhung des Mitarbeiteranteils von Frauen in den Bereichen an, in denen sie unterrepräsentiert sind. Qualifizierte Frauen werden deshalb ausdrücklich aufgefordert, sich zu bewerben. Als mit dem Zertifikat berufundfamilie ausgezeichnete Einrichtung bietet das Institut familienfreundliche Arbeitsbedingungen. In unmittelbarer Nähe befinden sich eine Kita sowie eine Grundschule. Schwerbehinderte erhalten bei gleicher Qualifizierung den Vorzug. Die Vergütung der Stelle erfolgt in Anlehnung an die „Richtlinien der Tarifgemeinschaft der Länder über die Arbeitsbedingungen für Wissenschaftliche und Studentische Hilfskräfte“.

Interesse an einer Masterthesis? Dann wenden Sie sich bitte an:
Dr. Martin Mascher
Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK)
Corrensstraße 3, OT Gatersleben
06466 Stadt Seeland
Email: mascher@ipk-gatersleben.de
Tel.: 039482 5243
www.ipk-gatersleben.de

 

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Bachelor- und Masterthesis

Das IPK gehört zu den großen, international bedeutsamen Zentren der Pflanzenforschung, in dem Probleme der modernen Biologie vorrangig an Kulturpflanzen bearbeitet werden. In unserem Institut arbeiten Menschen aus der ganzen Welt mit den unterschiedlichsten Talenten und Qualifikationen. Ihre Forschung verfolgt das Ziel einer umfassenden Nutzung pflanzengenetischer Ressourcen für eine optimierte Nahrungsmittel- und Stoffproduktion sowie für eine nachhaltige Landwirtschaft. Dazu kooperieren wir mit Arbeitsgruppen deutscher und internationaler Universitäten, mit außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtungen sowie Unternehmen.


Für die Arbeitsgruppe Cryo und Stressbiologie sind Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten zu vergeben: Physiologische und biochemische Stressreaktionen von meristematischen Geweben während Trocknungs- und Gefrierprozessen.

Die Arbeitsgruppe Cryo- und Stressbiologie ist zentraler Bestandteil der Bundeszentralen ex-situ Genbank für landwirtschaftliche und gartenbauliche Kulturpflanzen und verantwortlich für die in-vitro Erhaltung und Kryolagerung von aktuell 1.700 Akzessionen. Um die dauerhafte Lagerung von wertvollem Pflanzenmaterial zu garantieren wird schwerpunktmäßig an der Optimierung von Kryoprotokollen und der Erforschung von Stressreaktionen an Modelorganismen gearbeitet.

Bachelor-Thesis:
Physiologische Stressreaktionen von meristematischem Pflanzengewebe auf Trocknungs- und
Gefrierprozesse.

Master-Thesis:
Physiologische, biochemische und quantitativ genetische Analysen von Trocknungs- und
Gefrierprozessen an meristematischen Geweben von Modellpflanzen.

Während des Aufenthaltes in Gatersleben besteht die Möglichkeit der Unterbringung im Gästehaus oder

in einer der zahlreichen WGs im Ort.

Weitere Informationen gibt Ihnen gerne Frau Dr. Manuela Nagel. Sie erreichen sie unter nagel@ipkgatersleben.
de oder Tel.: 039482 5156.

Das IPK strebt eine Erhöhung des Mitarbeiteranteils von Frauen in den Bereichen an, in denen sie unterrepräsentiert sind. Qualifizierte Frauen werden deshalb ausdrücklich aufgefordert, sich zu bewerben. Als mit dem Zertifikat berufundfamilie ausgezeichnete Einrichtung bietet das Institut familienfreundliche Arbeitsbedingungen. In unmittelbarer Nähe befinden sich eine Kita sowie eine Grundschule. Schwerbehinderte erhalten bei gleicher Qualifizierung den Vorzug. Die Vergütung der Stelle erfolgt in Anlehnung an die „Richtlinien der Tarifgemeinschaft der Länder über die Arbeitsbedingungen für Wissenschaftliche und Studentische Hilfskräfte“.

Interesse an einer Bachelor- oder Masterthesis? Dann wenden Sie sich bitte an:
Dr. Manuela Nagel
Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK)
Corrensstraße 3, OT Gatersleben
06466 Stadt Seeland
Email: nagel@ipk-gatersleben.de
Tel.: 039482 5156
www.ipk-gatersleben.de

 

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