Postdoctoral Research Assistant in NMR Crystallography

University of Oxford - Department of Materials

Parks Road, Oxford

We are looking recruit a researcher, who will be based in the department and will interact with a number of companies to further the use of NMR Crystallography in Industry. Specifically you will assist with the deployment of CCP-NC software, to identify software requirements, and to help address those needs. The companies involved are Astra-Zeneca, Pfizer, Johnson-Matthey and the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre. Reporting to Professor Jonathan Yates, you will interact closely with other members of the CCP-NC community, particularly Professor Steven Brown (University of Warwick) and Dr Paul Hodgkinson (Durham University). The position is fixed-term for 1 year.

You will have a good first degree and a completed doctorate (by the start date) in the physical sciences. You will also have expertise in first-principles calculations of NMR parameters for the solid state and a good fundamental understanding of the areas of science relevant to NMR Crystallography.

The Department of Materials is actively promoting the provision of a family friendly working environment and together with the University of Oxford recognises the demands of work/life balance. Therefore for this project we encourage applications from candidates who wish either to hold these positions on a full-time, or part-time basis or need flexibility in their working hours and will discuss these opportunities with shortlisted applicants at interview.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday on 6 January 2016.

https://www.recruit.ox.ac.uk/pls/hrisliverecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=126219

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