EMBL is announcing the call for applications to its ARISE programme (Career Accelerator for Research Infrastructure Scientists).
Through ARISE, EMBL will hire candidates for three years at one of EMBLs six sites (Heidelberg, Rome, Grenoble, Hamburg, Barcelona, Hinxton) and let them work on a technology or method development project of their choice as part of one of the EMBL groups and teams. In parallel EMBL will organize a unique training that teaches candidates how to run service and manage teams, how to support users, manage projects, and promote innovation.
Candidates can choose to learn about chemical biology, computational modelling, microfluidics, robotics, X-ray optics, high-precision mechanics, data acquisition, automation, bioinformatics and software development, and integrated structural biology.
Applications are opened for STEM professionals with at least 4 years of research experience (including first experience in method and technology development), coming either from academia or industry, with or without a PhD.
More info about the call and how to apply find at the ARISE website and the attached flyer.