The Department of Biochemistry at Oxford is seeking to recruit an Associate
Professor who applies multiscale approaches to address fundamental questions
in cellular and molecular biochemistry using either prokaryotic or eukaryotic
models. The appointee’s research programme should exploit the Departments
major investments in cutting-edge technology for single particle cryo-EM, FIB-
SEM and super-resolution imaging and will also benefit from existing
facilities for proteomics, protein crystallography, molecular biophysics, and
biological NMR. The appointee will be provided with high quality laboratory
space in the New Biochemistry Building and will join one of our diverse,
interdisciplinary, and highly interactive Research Themes that address
questions in the areas of Cell & Developmental Biology, Gene Regulation &
Chromosome Biology, Microbiology & Systems Biology, Infectious Disease, and
Membrane Structural Biology. All groups share state-of-the art research
support for computation, structural, cellular and molecular biology and have
access to a range of Departmental and University PhD training programmes. In
addition to driving an ambitious and progressive research programme, the
appointee will also contribute to teaching the next generation of Biochemists
through our 4-year Masters-level degree course in Molecular and Cellular
Applicants should have a higher degree and postdoctoral experience in a
relevant biologically-related science; a strong track record of published
research, and commitment to attracting research funding; verified experience
of undergraduate teaching; proven ability to contribute to the teaching,
training and supervision of graduate students; good communication and
interpersonal skills; the ability and commitment to undertake a range of
administrative duties within both the Department and the College, and to
contribute to outreach activities and widening access.
An attractive financial package is offered to the successful applicant.
Applications for this vacancy are to be made online.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 18 March 2022.
Interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place over two days, on 28 and
29 April 2022.
Applications are particularly welcome from women, black and minority ethnic
candidates, who are underrepresented in academic posts in Oxford.
More info at http://tinyurl.com/oxfordbiochem