University of Cambridge has released a notification in which they’re inviting candidates for the post of Research Associate. Candidates will be present your data locally at lab meetings and seminars.
- They will be managing research activities.
- They will be contribute intellectually to the direction of the research project.
- They will be developing scientific techniques.
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- Location: University of Cambridge
- Salary: $12 to $15 per hour
- Work Hours: Full time
- Terms of Employment: Fixed-Term and Contract
- Work Schedule:
- Start & Close Date: 2nd November 2023 to 3rd December 2023
- Languages: English
- Candidates will be provided authoritative advice.
- They will be also support students and staff.
- They will be work as part of a team on collaborative projects.
- They will be take a lead in your area of research.
- The major will be to assist in drafting scientific manuscripts.
- Candidates must have experience of prior work anywhere at the intersection of neuroscience and neuroimaging etc.
- They must have a PhD in a relevant field.
- They must have good interpersonal skills are important in this post.
- They must have provided clear seminars on complex issues to an interdisciplinary audience.
- Candidates must have development that is highly desirable for this role.
- They must have work as part of a team on collaborative projects.
- Company is giving access to a fantastic pension scheme.
- We are provided access to a voluntary staff benefits scheme.
- We are providing a high scale of amount to do this job.
How to Apply:
Those candidates are interested in this job. Check the apply button which is given below. For further information please contact Prof Duncan Astle Email: [email protected]
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