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Job Offer – Postdoctoral Researchers Genomics Laboratory Universidad Católica del Maule Talca-Chile

Objective: To contribute to research in the area of Microbial Genomics and Bioinformatics.

Opportunity 1: Concurso de Investigadores Postdoctorado año 2021, Universidad Católica del Maule (UCM)

Requirements to apply:

  • The applicant must be a woman.
  • The applicant must have received her PhD in the past 5 years.
  • The applicant must demonstrate experience and productivity* in the area of the proposed research.
  • Research project sponsored by a UCM researcher – please see contact information below.
  • Cover letter, highlighting strengths, achievements and challenges that the applicant has overcome during her academic career.
    * A minimum of 3 WoS or SCOPUS publications in the past 3 years (extended by 2 years for women who gave birth from 2016 on).

Benefits:

  • Fixed-term contract renewable yearly, with the respective labor rights.
  • Monthly base salary of CLP 1,705,422 (~USD 2,260) plus productivity incentives (up to ~USD 1,330 per published manuscript as main author and ~USD 3,320 per project granted).

The successful candidates will also actively participate in graduate programs.
Application deadline: August 18th, 2021.
Start date of activities: October 10th, 2021.

Opportunity 2: “Concurso Fondecyt de Postdoctorado 2022”
Requirements to apply:

Application deadline: August 19th, 2021.
Start date of activities: April 15th, 2022.

Please contact (for sponsorship) before August 13th 2021:
Dr. Sara Cuadros-Orellana
E-mail: scuadros@ucm.cl

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