Senior Scientist Position at the IMP
We invite applications for a senior scientist position at the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP),
The IMP is one of the world’s leading basic biomedical research institutes, located in the thriving and interdisciplinary
Vienna Biocenter Campus (VBC). Researchers at the IMP conduct curiosity-driven research across a wide range of topics
including molecular and cell biology, differentiation and disease, neurobiology and computation and bioengineering.
We aim to recruit a senior scientist with a strong and innovative research programme, in the areas of molecular and
cellular biology, and differentiation and disease.
Senior scientist positions are comparable to HHMI or Max Planck director’s positions. The IMP offers internationally
competitive salaries and generous funds for student, postdoc and technician positions, investments and running
costs. Research groups enjoy full access to state-of-the-art core services including mass spectrometry, next generation
sequencing, biooptics, bioinformatics, histology, electron microscopy, and a 2,000m2 mouse house with core funding
of all associated costs.
The IMP participates in the VBC International PhD programme and VBC Summer School, which are amongst the most
competitive graduate and undergraduate research programmes in Europe.
Applications, including a CV, a brief summary of research achievements and future research plans, should be submitted
to Christopher Robinson at email@example.com
The IMP is home to scientists of over 30 different nationalities. Vienna offers a lively multicultural environment with
high living standards, consistently ranking in the top 5 cities worldwide for the quality of living. Child care facilities are
available on campus.
For further information, see our website: www.imp.ac.at
Research Instituteof Molecular Pathology
Senior Program Associate
Grant #4693 (Science for Seminaries)
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) seeks a Senior Program Associate to work within the AAAS Dialogue on
Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER) Program . The position involves a project in partnership with select seminaries throughout the US to
integrate science into their core curricula, with a goal of promoting a positive understanding of science among religious leaders and eventually
the communities they serve.
This position is anticipated to extend for an initial period of one year with the possibility of renewal.
Major duties and responsibilities:
• Works with partners including Association of Theological Schools, religious leaders, and prominent scientists on seminary science
curricula development and implementation
• Facilitates planned workshops and events
• Writes and edits project-related materials
• Represents and speaks on behalf of the project and supervises project interns
• Extensive university or college level training leading to a Master’s degree or PhD in the biological or physical sciences or theology, with
coursework in theology or seminary based training, or similar relevant experience
• Experience or familiarity with theological seminaries and curricula administration
• Strong technology skills in contemporary software packages, particularly in Microsoft Offce
• Ability to travel at least twice annually
• Experience organizing public events
Please visit our job information website http://www.aaas.org/page/employment-aaas to get more information, and to apply to AAAS online.
AAAS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.