We are recruiting as permanent position a Beamline Scientist on the XChem fragment screening facility at Diamond.
This role is to join the XChem team to support academic and industrial users with experiments and service work, co-manage the XChem lab, develop new fragment-related methodologies, and over next few years, work on expanding the XChem offering beyond hit identification.
If you are a technically-minded crystallographer that enjoys teaching or training people, like an organised life, thrive on collaboration and like to see how you're making others productive, you will enjoy this job.
Besides, Diamond is incredibly collegial and has a terrific user community.
The ad is here:
https://vacancies.diamond.ac.uk/vacancy/xchem-beamline-scientist-404499.html (for some reason you may need to click
twice on the link to make it work).
The application deadline is the 15th Dec 2019, and we wil linterview on 17th Dec (i.e. before Xmas).
If you have questions, contact me or Alice Douangamath
<Alice.Douangamath@diamond.ac.uk>, who heads the facility.
Frank von Delft
Professor for Structural Chemical Biology
Principal Beamline Scientist: I04-1
Diamond Light Source
+44 1235 778997 (office: M,T,T)
+44 7471 026103 (mobile)
Principal Investigator: Protein Crystallography
Structural Genomics Consortium
+44 1865 617583 (office: W,F)
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