|Salary:||£38,308 to £46,155|
|Placed On:||6th February 2023|
|Closes:||17th February 2023|
The UCL Cancer Institute is the hub for cancer research at University College London (UCL), one of the world's leading universities (www.ucl.ac.uk/cancer). The Institute draws together over 400 talented scientists who are working together to translate research discoveries into better, more effective treatments to improve outcomes for cancer patients.
About the role
We aim to recruit an experienced Flow Cytometry Specialist to enable the smooth and efficient running of the Cancer Institute’s Flow Cytometry service. The post is funded until 31/03/2027 in the first instance and for a further five years subject to programme renewal.
Applicants should be educated to degree level in a relevant research or an equivalent level of practical experience. Substantial experience and specialist knowledge in Flow Cytometry and cell sorting gained through practical experience over time and theoretical training is essential. Previous experience of working in similar core facility setup and ability to analyse complex flow and mass cytometry data with flow cytometry software are desirable but not essential.
What we offer
As well as the exciting opportunities this role presents we also offer some great benefits some of which are below: 41 Days holiday (including 27 days annual leave 8 bank holiday and 6 closure days) Defined benefit career average revalued earnings pension scheme (CARE) Cycle to work scheme and season ticket loan On-Site nursery On-site gym Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption pay Employee assistance programme: Staff Support Service Discounted medical insurance
Our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
As London’s Global University, we know diversity fosters creativity and innovation, and we want our community to represent the diversity of the world’s talent. We are committed to equality of opportunity, to being fair and inclusive, and to being a place where we all belong. We therefore particularly encourage applications from candidates who are likely to be underrepresented in UCL’s workforce. These include people from Black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds; disabled people; LGBTQI+ people; and for our Grade 9 and 10 roles, women. You can read more about our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion here : https://www.ucl.ac.uk/equality-diversity-inclusion/
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