at the Department of Environmental Science. Closing date: 1 March 2021.
The Department of Environmental Science is one of the largest departments in the Faculty of Science at Stockholm University. The department consists of four units with more than 170 researchers, teachers, doctoral students and technical/administrative staff from over 30 countries. Research and teaching focus on chemical contaminants, ecotoxicology, atmospheric science and biogeochemistry. The Biogeochemistry Unit has a strong, externally-funded research with focus on the composition and functioning of the biogeosphere-atmosphere system, how it is affected by anthropogenic perturbations such as climate warming, and the natural cycles of carbon and other important elements and substances. Two research areas that attract large interests are (i) how the thawing permafrost in the Arctic affects large-scale carbon and nitrogen cycling, including triggering release of greenhouse gases, and (ii) how air pollution in Asia and Africa affects the composition of the atmosphere and the climate.
High-quality analysis of natural organic molecules in environmental samples from air, soil, water and sediments is since long central to our research. This can range from simple molecules such as methane, halocarbons (other VOCs) to lipids, amino acids and complex fractions of structural components such as lignin and cutin, as well as organometallic compounds. A key common denominator is the use of various gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) techniques, incl. extraction and sample preparation stages and data analysis. This “molecular biogeochemistry” is a core component of contemporary biogeochemistry.
We are now seeking a full-time Research Engineer to function as support to ongoing research activities, and be responsible for the long-term coordination of the organic analytical laboratory activities.
We seek a well-organized and service-oriented person with a great aptitude for both learning and mentoring new techniques, and with:
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This is a full-time, indefinite-term position with a six-month trial period. Salaries at Stockholm University are determined individually; therefore, please indicate your requested salary. Start date immediately.
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|Title||Research engineer with focus on molecular analytical techniques|
|Job location||Universitetsvägen 10, 114 18 Stockholm|
|Published||January 20, 2021|
|Application deadline||March 1, 2021|
|Job types||Engineer  |
|Fields||Organic Chemistry,   Biochemistry,   Analytical Chemistry,   Molecular Chemistry  |