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Poste de Technicien·ne de laboratoire à 100% disponible au CIG, UNIL

Technicien·ne de laboratoire à 100% (14497)

Introduction

Lieu d’enseignement, de recherche et de vie, l’UNIL rassemble près de 15’000 étudiant·e·s et  5’000 membres du personnel, du corps professoral et de la recherche. Idéalement situé au bord du lac et au centre-ville, son campus réunit quelque 120 nationalités.

Présentation

Pour compléter son équipe, le groupe de recherche du Professeur Soyk appartenant au Centre intégratif de génomique (CIG) de la Faculté de biologie et de médecine de l’Université de lausanne est à la recherche d’une technicienne ou d’un technicien de laboratoire.

Informations liées au poste

Entrée en fonction : 01.08.2019 ou à convenir
Durée du contrat : CDI
Taux d’activité : 100%
Lieu de travail : UNIL-Sorge, bâtiment Génopode

Vos activités

Dans vos activités, vous serez amené·e à :

  • Exécuter des transformations de plantes et des expériences sur des cultures de tissus végétaux
  • Exécuter des expériences de recherche
  • Apporter un soutien général au sein du laboratoire
  • Enseigner certaines techniques de laboratoire et transmettre les informations relatives à la sécurité

Votre profil

Afin de compléter notre équipe, nous sommes à la recherche d’une personne avec le profil suivant :

  • Excellente organisation
  • Grande capacité de planification
  • Rigoureux ou rigoureuse et fiable
  • Très bonne connaissance de l’anglais scientifique et excellentes capacités de communication
  • Très bon esprit d’équipe
  • Capacité à transmettre des connaissances
  • Expérience en recherche sur les végétaux (inclus cultures tissulaires)
  • Expérience en génotypage à haut débit
  • Expérience en gestion de laboratoire

Vos avantages

Un cadre de travail agréable dans un environnement académique multiculturel et diversifié.
Des possibilités de formation continue, une multitude d’activités et d’autres avantages à découvrir.

Pour tout renseignement complémentaire

Professeur Sebastian Soyk
sebastian.soyk@unil.ch

Cahier des charges du poste

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Votre dossier de candidature

Délai de postulation : 05.04.2019
Nous vous invitons à nous transmettre votre dossier complet en format Word ou PDF sur le site de recrutement de l’UNIL: https://career5.successfactors.eu/career?career_ns=job_listing&company=universitdP&navBarLevel=JOB_SEARCH&rcm_site_locale=fr_FR&site=VjItZWhoWmlWYW8yU1F5YUFxNFBpQ05IUT09%3f&career_job_req_id=14497&selected_lang=fr_FR&jobAlertController_jobAlertId=&jobAlertController_jobAlertName=&_s.crb=27k4PkUBdOWcqrHomByJYEl6mMY%3d
Il ne sera pris en compte que les candidatures adressées par le biais de ce site.

Nous vous remercions de votre compréhension.

Remarques

Soucieuse de promouvoir une représentation équitable des femmes et des hommes parmi son personnel, l’Université encourage les candidatures féminines.

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Open post-doctoral position in the Circulating Tumor Biomarkers lab at the Curie Institute in Paris (FR)

The Circulating Tumor Biomarkers lab is seeking motivated post-doc candidates for a project aiming at detecting microsatellite instability (MSI) from liquid biopsies, see description attached.

Further information:
Institut Curie – Translational Research Department
26 rue d’Ulm
75248 Paris Cedex 05
France
Phone    +33 (0) 1 56 24 62 82

 

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PhD in plant developmental genetics available at the CIG

Opportunités de carrière: (14403)

Introduction
The University of Lausanne is a higher teaching and research institution composed of seven faculties where approximately 14,300 students and nearly 3,900 collaborators, professors, and researchers work and study. Ideally situated along the lake of Geneva, near Lausanne’s city center, its campus brings together over 120 nationalities.

Presentation
Prof. Sebastian Soyk, who will start a new research group at the Center for Integrative Genomics (CIG) at the University of Lausanne in August 2019, is recruiting Ph.D. students to work on an ERC Starting Grant funded project related to genet interactions during stem cell development in plants.

Job information
Expected start date: 01.08.2019 or to be agreed
Contract length: 1 year, renewable 2 x 2 years, max. 5 years.
Activity rate: 85% (minimum of 50% of the activity rate for research thesis, maximum of 50% of the activity for the institute).
Workplace: University of Lausanne, Dorigny

Your responsibilities
The research focus of the Soyk lab is to uncover gene interactions during stem cell development in plants, and to understand how such networks were shaped during crop domestication. We study gene interactions that guide flower and fruit development in the crop model tomato and related nightshades using approaches in genetics, genomics, and biochemistry. The project goals are:

  • genome-wide transcriptional analyses of stem cell transcription factor networks,
  • CRISPR-Cas9 editing of novel stem cell regulatory genes,
  • identification of natural variation in flower development.

Funding for the position is available, but application to personal fellowship programs will be highly encouraged.

Your qualifications
We are a young research group looking for highly-motivated and talented students who are interested in plant stem cell biology and crop evolution.
Applicants should hold a Master’s degree or equivalent, with a strong background in biology and an interest in plant science.
Advanced knowledge of genetics and molecular biology is essential, together with a motivation to learn and develop new methods and techniques.
Experience in genome editing, plant tissue culture, and bioinformatics would be advantageous.
Candidates should be excited about science, highly organized, and capable of working independently and within the team, and are expected to be fluent in English (spoken and written).

What the position offers you
The Soyk lab is hosted at the Center for Integrative Genomics (CIG) at the University of Lausanne (UNIL), a vibrant, well-funded institute with a focus on functional genomics and equipped with state-of-the-art core facilities (see www.unil.ch/cig). Embedded in the broader Lausanne research environment that includes two schools of higher education (UNIL, EPFL), the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Ludwig Center for Cancer Research, University Hospital, and a cluster of biotech companies flourishing in the larger Leman lake area, we offer a great working place in a multicultural, diversified and dynamic academic environment. The PhD student will be enrolled in the Faculty of Biology and Medicine’s doctoral school (https://www.unil.ch/ecoledoctoralefbm/en/home.html).

Contact for further information
Informal enquiries should be sent to Prof. Sebastian Soyk: ssoyk@cshl.edu

Your application
Deadline: March 17, 2019
Please submit your full application comprising:

  • cover letter detailing your research interests and experience,
  • CV,
  • a copy of your Master’s degree certificate, and
  • contact details for 2-3 academic referees.

Only applications through the UNIL recruitment website will be taken into account.

Additional information
UNIL is committed to promoting gender equality and strongly encourages applications from female candidates.