Early Career Research Fellowship in Systems Biology for Food and Disease



Fixed term contract for a period of five years.

£31,656 to £37,768 per annum depending on skills and experience.

Are you a high performing early career researcher looking to build success with the UK’s leading business-facing University?

The University is investing in its future research staff and infrastructure, and is in the process of transitioning the delivery of its research. The role will assist in the further development of research excellence and provide both increased external profile and internal focus for Hertfordshire’s research activities.

The new Research Fellow post is offered for a five year term in the first instance. It is our expectation, however, that the successful appointee will grow their research activities to become a permanent academic staff member by the end of that period.

For more information on the post, an opportunity to speak to the research lead and to discuss how the University supports researcher development, please go to the relevant Further Particulars found on the link below. You can also apply for the job by clicking onto the same link and typing in the appropriate vacancy number.

Apply online at http://www.herts.ac.uk/contact-us/jobs-and-vacancies

Informal enquiries are encouraged and should be made to Professor Bruce Fitt, Professor of Plant Pathology, email: [email protected] / Tel + 44 (0)1707 284751 or Dr Volker Steuber, Reader in Bio computation and Head of the Bio computation Research Group, email: [email protected] / Tel: +44 (0)1707 284350,

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The University offers a range of benefits including a pension scheme, professional development, family friendly policies, child care vouchers, waiving of course fees for the children of staff at UH, discounted memberships at the Hertfordshire Sports Village and generous annual leave.

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