Research Technician/ Lab Officer

  • EMBL
  • Germany
  • Nov 22, 2021
Science Full Time - Fixed Term

Job Description:

The Watt group at EMBL Heidelberg is recruiting a technical / research assistant. The group’s research explores cell fate decisions in adult mammalian skin, using cell culture and mouse models. Techniques include single cell RNA sequencing, computational analysis and live cell imaging. We are recruiting a technical / research assistant to support our team. The ideal candidate will participate in projects in collaboration with other team members, including pre- and postdoctoral researchers.  

Responsibilities may include:

This position is a great opportunity to play important role in ensuring the smooth running of the lab. You will also gain knowledge of a diverse suite of experimental approaches, as well as being part of a team doing state-of the art research. We are located in Heidelberg, which is a beautiful international city in the middle of Europe. EMBL is an inclusive, equal opportunity employer offering attractive conditions and benefits appropriate to an international research organisation with a very collegial and family friendly working environment. The remuneration package comprises from a competitive salary, a comprehensive pension scheme, medical, educational and other social benefits, as well as financial support for relocation and installation, including your family and the availability of an excellent child care facility on campus.

EMBL is Europe’s flagship research laboratory for the life sciences – an intergovernmental organisation performing scientific research in disciplines including molecular biology, physics, chemistry and computer science. We are an international, innovative and interdisciplinary laboratory with approximately 2000 employees from many nations, operating across six sites, in Heidelberg (HQ), Barcelona, Hinxton near Cambridge, Hamburg, Grenoble and Rome. Our other missions are to offer vital services in training scientists, students and visitors at all levels; to develop new instruments and methods in the life sciences and actively engage in technology transfer activities, and to integrate European life science research. The working language of the institute is English.