Technical Assistant in Kralovics lab

CeMM - Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
Job Location
Vienna, Austria
Job Description

Join our dynamic team of geneticists and molecular biologists at the Kralovics lab at CeMM. Tasks and responsibilities • General lab management including preparing of some reagents and consumables • Maintenance of cell lines and cell culture duties • General molecular biology techniques – PCR, western blotting, qPCR etc. Requirements and desired qualifications • Graduate from a secondary technical school with focus on molecular biology • A degree in biology (MTA, bachelor, master) is of advantage • High accuracy and reliability • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in an international team • Written and oral communication skills in English • Basic computer skills • Previous experience with cell culture experiments and technical expertise in general molecular biology techniques The Institute CeMM, the Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, is a flagship institute for biomedical research in the heart of Europe, Vienna. CeMM is committed to highest scientific standards as exemplified by recent publications in top journals including Nature, Cell and Nature Immunology as well as by its top international scientific advisory board. The environment is very dynamic, interactive and international. One of CeMM`s advantages is to be in close proximity to the Vienna Medical University Campus and the General Hospital (AKH). This allows the fruitful interaction of basic scientists with clinicians, and the use of models and cutting-edge technology to disease-relevant biological questions. According to a study by The Scientist, CeMM is ranked as the best European place to work in Academia 2012, internationally CeMM appears at the fourth place. For more information please visit:

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