We are seeking a highly ambitious postdoc with a strong background in molecular biology and/or immunology, and an interest in fundamental and translational cancer research. Your responsibilities will also include writing of manuscripts and grant applications. Proficiency in English and good communicative skills are important requirements, as is a team player mentality.
The vacancy is available immediately. You will be employed for a minimum period of 2 years. The gross salary per month is € 3.695 to € 4.391 according to salary scale FWG 55, depending on your experience. The terms of employment will be in accordance with FWG 55 of the CAO Ziekenhuizen (Collective Labour Agreement for Hospitals).
In addition you will receive a fixed end-of-year bonus in December (8,33%) and in May you will receive 8,33% holiday pay. For more information in regard to the secondary conditions please visit our website: https://www.nki.nl/careers-study/how-to-apply/ Interested?
For further information and addresses visit our websites: https://www.nki.nl/research/research-groups/daniel-peeper/
Applications can be submitted via the portal (http://www.nki.nl/working-at-the-nki/
) and should include your CV, a motivation letter and the contact information of your references (in your letter of interest).
The NKI values diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive work environment that stimulates the best in each individual. Applications of all individuals are welcomed regardless of age, ancestry, religion, disability, distance from the labor market, sexual orientation or gender identity.Acquisition in regards to this vacancy is not appreciated.Select reading
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