|Location:||Langen - Germany|
|Placed On:||25th September 2020|
|Closes:||27th September 2020|
About the project
You will join the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI)-funded COMBINE project within the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Accelerator. In collaboration with European universities, research institutes and industrial partners from EFPIA and SMEs, you will work towards improvement and harmonization of preclinical models used in AMR research. Moreover, you will work closely with project partners within PEI and the consortium to help deliver improved tools for translation of non-clinical data to clinical success, which will help to accelerate the development of novel antibiotics and vaccines against AMR pathogens.
Please note that at the time of entering into an employment contract, a Declaration of Interest must be made with the EMA as well as a declaration pursuant to Section 77a AMG (German Medicines Act).
A stable, multifaceted, and challenging position centrally located in the Rhine-Main area (Frankfurt) with good public transport connections (motorways/highways, airport, and fast commuter train). Being an employer in the German public service, we offer the usual social benefits such as annual payment supplement, employer’s pension scheme, and special contributions to a particular statutory savings scheme (Vermögenswirksame Leistungen).
The successful candidate will be employed on a 2-year fixed-term contract with the possibility of extension to approximately 5 years, if the intermediate evaluation is positive. Part-time working is possible in principle. The payband is E 14 TVöD (Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst, Collective Bargaining Agreement for the Public Service), Part III No. 12 of Annex 1 of TV EntgO Bund (Tarifvertrag über die Entgeltordnung des Bundes, Collective Bargaining Agreement for the Pay System of the Federal German Public Service).
Please send your application containing your job related education, experience and skills to our job application portal indicating JobID 520.
For questions, please contact Mrs. Peters ([email protected], phone +49 6103 77-1143) indicating JobID 520.
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