Postdoc and facility manager at once in Helsinki!
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Postdoc and facility manager at once in Helsinki!
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Do you want to apply your microscopy knowledge in a commercial setting and join a company with a dynamic vision for the future?
Nikon Instruments is a world-renowned company that provides cutting edge technologies for optical instrumentation. We offer a creative working environment with highly motivated colleagues, team spirit, and comprehensive benefits and ongoing professional development opportunities.
Within our Nikon Instruments Europe Headquarters, a vacancy has arisen in our European Product Support Group (PSG) for an experienced European Product Specialist to join the team. The PSG team plays a key role in proactively coordinating the microscopy information flow across Europe concerning technical know-how and applications, including customer insight & commercial win-loss experiences.
Specifically, in this role, the successful candidate will be an ambassador for the Pan-European PSG team’s initiatives and strategic objectives, through providing a technical and commercially focused support programme that facilitates multiple communication channels, and adequately supports the local business units in each country to achieve net sales targets.
JOB TITLE: European product specialist
As product specialist for the European headquarters, the overall responsibilities are to develop, implement, and plan for products mainly in the super resolution and laser application areas. These responsibilities include planning of product introductions, information management of products/systems, and helping achieve sales goals supporting our local teams, as well as technical and training roles with respect to these systems products.
Planning responsibilities include forecasting and management of vendor products based on market requirements and market trends. These also include competitive analyses, feature/benefit analyses, and interaction with partner vendors in the design, marketing, pricing, and applications of vendor products integrated into Nikon systems products.
Product development responsibilities include communication and training with the factory design and planning teams to implement new systems products, and provide feedback to the factory for competitive analysis and forecasting, in order to strengthen the overall systems product lines.
Information management responsibilities include associated training and marketing of systems products to Nikon team members and customers, and to act as a technical liaison when assisting the sales department in key sales demonstrations, installations, and technical trainings.
We are looking for a candidate with experience in laser based microscopy, preferably in super resolution systems such as STORM and SIM, and with experience in dealing with microscopy brands either from a research standpoint or as commercial or specialist experience.
If you are interested, please contact email@example.com
The excellent Centre for Cellular Imaging core facility at Sahlgrenska Academy – Gothenburg University is looking into hiring someone!
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Up to three postdoc and researcher positions in Computerized Image Processing, Scientific Computing, and Bioinformatics in Uppsala
Do you want to develop new, intelligent ways of processing and managing very large amounts of microscopy images in order to leverage the imminent explosion of information from modern experimental setups in the biosciences? Join the recently started interdisciplinary research project Hierarchical Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Data (HASTE) within the research groups of Prof. Carolina Wählby, Assoc. Prof. Andreas Hellander, Department of Information Technology, and Assoc. Prof. Ola Sjuth, Department of Pharmaceutical Biosciences, Uppsala University, Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab), Vironova AB and AstraZeneca AB, Sweden.
Deadline for application: 2017-05-23. Note that all applications need to be submitted though the online recruitment system.
Several postdoctoral positions are opened at the Institute Pasteur (Paris, France) and at Princeton University (Princeton, NJ, USA) to visualize the topological and functional dynamics of small regulatory pieces of DNA, called enhancers, in the animal genome. Successful candidates will join a collaborative and interdisciplinary venture between the research groups of biophysicist Thomas Gregor and various collaborators at both institutes.
The dynamic organization of the genome in time and space plays a crucial role in the functional specification of a cell. In particular the interplay between multiple distant enhancers and their target gene promoters has critical mechanistic consequences on gene activity patterns during cell differentiation and development. We are developing state-of-the-art high-resolution live imaging techniques to resolve multiple enhancers in space and time to correlate the 3D motion of the DNA polymer with gene activity. The challenge is to develop the right imaging modalities that optimize our need for high temporal and spatial resolution, and to image a large field of view with multiple (>4) colors simultaneously.
Candidates will have a strong interest for collaborative and interdisciplinary research. They should have a proven successful track record equipped with one, but ideally a combination of the following skills:
* live-cell microscopy, single molecule imaging
* microscope design and implementation
* hard- and software design for microscope control
* computational image analysis
Ability to work in collaboration with members of the lab and international collaborators in a dynamic, diverse and multinational group is essential. English is the working language.
Inquiries regarding the position and specific projects should be addressed to Thomas Gregor (firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com> ). Applications should include a statement of research interests and motivation, a CV, and contact information for three references. Applications will be reviewed as soon as they are received. Funding is available for multiple positions but candidates will be encourage to apply for independent competitive grants.
Loads of jobs around here lately! 🙂
Check out this link to the image analysis job in Uppsala.
Stockholm University is looking for a manager for their future intravital imaging facility! Rare opportunity!
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we have an open position at the Single Cell Facility , ETH, Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering (D-BSSE), Basel:
Microscopy Engineer / Microscopist (m/f)
Responsibilities are training and support of facility users. This includes microscopy instrument quality control and their maintenance. The microscopy engineer/microscopist will develop and implement customized configurations and the setup of the experimental workflows of experiments on the automated imaging systems. The successful candidate will share responsibilities with our other microscopy expert and work closely together with our software engineer for image analysis and data management.
This position is available for 2 years and located in Basel.
Requirements are a degree from a technical college or a university with a proven experience in various advanced light microscopy and digital imaging technologies. She/he will have extensive technical experience with state-of-the-art light microscopy platforms such as confocal, live-cell imaging and/or SPIM. Strong knowledge of advanced quantitative imaging technologies as well as their underlying optical principles is required. Scripting experience is a plus. The candidate should have hands-on skills in microscopy component integration.
This position demands very good communication skills in English to interact with scientists and students, and the skill to adapt to the service character of the facility to successfully support scientific research and operations at the D-BSSE. Besides having excellent technical abilities in the field of light microscopy, the candidate must be an excellent team player and possess the ability to work in a variety of scientific areas.
The Single Cell Facility (SCF) is a central scientific core facility within the ETH Zurich, Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering (D-BSSE), located in Basel. The SCF serves the department by providing technology and support in advanced (light-sheet, automated wide field, confocal) microscopy and flow cytometry.
For further information about the position, please contact Dr. Thomas Horn, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org (no applications).
Applications are only accepted online, please use the “Apply now” button at the link below. Please address it to: ETH Zurich, Roland Munz, Human Resources, CH-8092 Zurich.
Further information on our facility:
A Regional Sales Manager position (based in UK or Benelux) is immediately available at BioAxial, a young and fast growing life science instrument company based in central Paris (left bank), with an outstanding technological platform backed by solid intellectual property, allowing super resolution microscopy.
BioAxial’s CODIM platform (Conical Diffraction Microscopy), by combining proprietary hardware and software components, images biological samples far beyond the diffraction limit, illuminating them at very low photo-toxicity levels. Furthermore, CODIM imaging doesn’t require any specific sample preparation, unlike other super-resolution modalities.
The full job advertisement is available in the text below, to apply please contact Fabien Bonnaud (full details below.
REGIONAL SALES MANAGER
Reports to: Sales Director
Location: Home-office based (UK or Benelux)
As a full member of the BioAxial sales team, focusing on sales and customer experience, the Regional Sales Manager will be responsible for executing the CODIM business plan in his/her territory and reaching or exceeding the annual sales target.
This individual will interact directly with customers and extensively within the organization.
This position has a strong focus on sales & business development, on consistent and meaningful field activities which support the development and execution of growth strategies.
Critical Success Factors
Ø Technical Skills: Direct knowledge and understanding of high value microscopy equipment sales in a competitive environment. 5+ sales experience within the life sciences market, ideally microscopy, and with demonstrated success or equivalent. Scientific/commercial multi-disciplinary education and background preferred. Master’s degree in Sciences. Domain knowledge of confocal imaging and/or cellular image analysis highly desirable.
Ø Communication Skills: Excellent written and oral communication skills, in English plus one additional European language. Proven distinguished interpersonal skills & ability to work equally well with individuals and cross-functional teams. Effectively communicates with and engages all individuals involved in the sales process ; translates technical decisions, strategies and customer needs into a solution ; produces clear, understandable proposals.
Ø Time & Resource Management: Proven analytical and problem solving skills. Strongly motivated and self-driven, ability to work independently, devise & implement solutions to problems, & make decisions on one’s own initiative. Allocates time and resources efficiently, focusing on ever-shifting priorities; continually seeks way to improve individual/team productivity.
Ø Business & Organization Knowledge: Understands the microscopy market and BioAxial’s mission within this market. Direct knowledge of grant application, purchasing and tender procedures.
Ø Change Management: Exhibits an assertive personality with a strong bias for action with a results-based orientation; tackles tough problems with firm deadlines. Demonstrates ability to be an effective team-player in a matrix-reporting environment. Shows rapid and effective learning skills, adapting to new situations as they arise.
Fabien Bonnaud, Sales Director, BioAxial
29 rue du Faubourg St Jacques
75014 Paris – France
C : +33 789 836 378