The Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL), situated in Grenoble, France, is Europe’s leading research facility for scientific research using neutrons. The ILL operates the brightest neutron source in the world, and welcomes over 2000 visits of scientists per year to carry out world-class research in a wide variety of scientific fields. The ILL is supported by 13 countries and employs 500 staff. The Science Division currently has a vacancy for a:
Research Scientist (M/F)
The ILL Diffraction group operates a large suite of powder and single crystal diffractometers to carry out collaborative research programs in various areas of chemistry, physics, materials science, engineering, and protein structure. We are seeking for a scientist working on the D20 diffractometer. Whilst carrying out your own active research program, you will be in charge of:
The post represents an excellent opportunity for young postdoctoral scientists to develop expertise, broaden experience and interact with leading scientists from around the world. Applications from more experienced scientists able to obtain a secondment period from their home institution will also be considered.
Fixed-term contract of 5 years
Further information can be obtained by contacting the Head of the Diffraction Group: Dr Maria Teresa Fernandez Diaz, tel.: +33(0)220.127.116.11.06, e-mail: email@example.com or via www.ill.fr/dif (please do not send your application to this address).
Qualifications and experience:
As an international research centre, we are particularly keen to ensure that we also attract applicants from outside France. You must have a sound knowledge of English and be willing to learn French. Knowledge of German would be an advantage. Language courses will be paid for by the ILL.
Medical fitness for work under ionising radiation is required..
Dr Maria Teresa Fernandez Diaz
How to apply:
Please submit your application with a list of publications and the name of 3 references (including one from your present work place) on-line via our web site: www.ill.eu/careers
Application must be submitted in English.