Deadline for application
What we need
- Certificate of Higher Education in Clinical and Biomedical Laboratory, Pathological Anatomy and Cytology or equivalents
- Proven experience in animal experimentation and colonies management.
- Basic knowledge of flow cytometry technique (appreciated).
- Experience with cell culture activities.
- Ability to handle varying workloads and aptitude for teamwork.
- High level of collaborative and communicative skills.
- Basic level of English speaking and writing skills (required). Spanish (helpful).
- Mice colonies management: maintenance, genotyping, supervision of the mice.
- Development of primary cultures of thymocytes and characterization of their phenotype and genotype (flow cytometry, preparation of samples for gene sequencing).
- Inventory maintenance, laboratory purchases, and elaborate service quotations among other administrative tasks.
What we offer
- Temporary position.
- Incorporation to a recently created research group.
- An exciting and innovative research project.
- Working in the mixed basic and clinical research environment of the Josep Carreras Leukemia Research Institute.
- Contract details will be negotiated and take into account the track record of the candidate.
The Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute (IJC) is a nonprofit research institute based inBarcelona and dedicated to advancing our understanding about leukaemia and related disorders, in partnership with the University of Barcelona and University Autònoma of Barcelona. The IJC has laboratories in three clinical campuses: i) Clinic Hospital, ii) Sant Pau Hospital and iii) Germans Trias i Pujol Hospital. IJC serves as a collaborative hub for basic investigators and physicians to work together on fundamental biological and clinical aspects of leukaemia. The IJC offers an excellent work environment built around a multi-disciplinary fusion of ideas and state-of-the-art facilities.
The Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute is looking for a Research Assistant to provide scientific support to the T cell lymphoma group led by Dr. Laura Mondragón.
Who we are?
Our mission is to carry out research into the basic, epidemiological, preventive, clinical and translational aspects of leukemia and other hematologic malignancies.
The vision of the Josep Carreras Leukaemia Research Institute is that research will identify new therapeutic targets and enable us to develop more precise and less aggressive treatments. We aspire to understand the origin and development of leukemias and other malignant hematological pathologies in order to be able to prevent them. We will work for a future in which all leukemias will be curable.
The European Commission awarded the IJC the HR Excellence seal in July 2019. The IJC continues to work to maintain its policies in line with the Charter and Code principles.
The HRS4R has the main objective of ensuring that research centers of excellence implement and respect the requirements of the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for hiring researchers (from here on referred to as the Charter and Code) within their human resources policies.
This EC initiative aims to promote training, professional development, and mobility for all European scientists. The IJC supports these values and principles, which will not only serve to strengthen its internal policies but will actively stimulate excellent research and firmly situate the organization as an institution with a stimulating working environment that favors the development of its scientists.
IJC is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, and other legally protected characteristics.
Place of presentation of the candidacies
How to apply
To apply for this opportunity, please send your resume and a cover letter and (incl. the contact details of two referees) email@example.com including the reference: LT_LM_45.
Deadline for Applications
Please submit your application by June 22nd, 2021.