Segnalato da: Andrea Battisti
Funded by the “Severo Ochoa” Excellence Program awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, we seek applicants for seven two-year postdoctoral fellowships. The Doñana Biological Station, belonging to the Spanish Council for Research (CSIC), is currently made up of 43 faculty members working in the following research lines:
- Plant-Animal Interactions
- Evolutionary Biology
- Molecular Ecology and Evolutionary Genetics Conservation Biology and Global Change Biological Invasions Ecological Synthesis Wetland Ecology
Both junior and senior postdoctoral candidates with an outstanding publication record are encouraged to apply. Postdoctoral fellows at EBD typically interact with several lab groups and are expected to participate in seminars, discussion groups, training courses and workshops. Candidates are encouraged to contact potential collaborating faculty members at EBD (http://www.ebd.csic.es) to inquire about current and potential research activities and projects. Selected candidates will be mentored by one or two faculty members designated by the Steering Committee of the Severo Ochoa Program.
Starting date: Summer 2013 approx.
Salary: 39,000 € approx. per yr. before taxes
Candidates should send curriculum vitae, two letters of reference, and a statement of overall scientific goals and interests (approximately 1500 words). Please also indicate the research line, among the seven ones cited above, which better fit your expertise. You may also name faculty members with whom you may like to interact, and who may act as mentors. Selected candidates will participate in ongoing projects led by their mentors.
Applications and Reference letters should be sent to the email or FAX address below. Reference letters must be sent directly by the referee.
email@example.com or Fax: 34 954621125
Closing date for application, 24 February 2013.
Doñana Biological Station hires on the basis of merit and isan equal opportunity employer. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply.
On behalf of the Steering Committee of the “Severo Ochoa” Program at Doñana Biological Station,
Juan J. Negro, Director