Open Position: Technical Assistant for Electron Microscopy
SyNergy Nanoscale Hub and Technical University of Munich
The Munich Cluster for Systems Neurology (SyNergy) deciphers the interplay of different path mechanisms in the development of neurological diseases (http://www.synergy-munich.de). The researchers involved are investigating how inflammatory reactions influence neurodegenerative processes, what interactions microvascular and degenerative mechanisms of damage unfold and, finally, how immune cells interact with the blood-brain barrier.
The SyNergy Nanoscale Hub offers ultrastructural analysis using 2D and volume room temperature electron microscopy (TEM and SEM). Our focus is on correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) and technical developments based on the array tomography. We are a young team with diverse collaborations and enjoy tackling new tasks.
The SyNergy Nanoscale Hub and the Technical University of Munich are looking to recruit a
Technical Assistant for Electron Microscopy
A versatile and diversified activity in a pleasant working environment and excellent working conditions. The range of tasks depends on the applicant’s previous knowledge and interests and can comprise project work, sample preparation, support in image acquisition and processing, lab management and support in training activities. Based on qualifications, maximum salary group is E9b. The position is limited until December 31, 2025.
We are looking for motivated applicants with a completed training as a technical assistant (BTA, CTA, LTA, MTA) or with a scientific training/degree who share our enthusiasm for microscopy in the life sciences. Candidates with experience in electron microscopy are preferred. High motivation to learn new techniques, good communication skills, accurate work and organizational skills are essential. Experience in one of the following areas is desirable: high-pressure freezing, array tomography, CLEM, FIB-SEM, immunogold labelling, 3D image analysis, Python scripting, microscopy training, lab management.
Severely disabled persons are given preferential consideration if they have the same aptitude and qualifications. The institution aims to increase the proportion of women. Applications from women are therefore expressly welcome.
We are looking forward to receiving your comprehensive application, including your CV, certificates, motivation letter and contact information of 2 references. Please send your application as a PDF document with the keyword "EM-TA" to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions (email@example.com).
TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF MUNICH
MUNICH CLUSTER FOR SYSTEMS NEUROLOGY SYNERGY EM HUB
Dr. Martina Fetting