University of Bristol

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University of Bristol is currently looking for Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Cellular and Molecular Medicine based in UK. Potential applicants are encouraged to make informal enquiries through …

University of Bristol

Post Doctoral Research Assistant: Reaction Mechanisms in Catalyst Recycling
University of BristolSchool of Chemistry

Language: English (UK)
Region: South East
Country: United Kingdom
Job number: ACAD100283
Salary: £30,424 – £34,223 per annum
Contract Type: Fixed-term contract staff

Work Hours 35.0 Hours per Week
Expected Start Date: 31/05/2013
Expected End Date: 31/01/2015
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First Name Rachel
Last Name Coggins
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Job Type: Research and Teaching
The School of Chemistry is looking to appoint a full-time Research Assistant to join Professor Guy C Lloyd-Jones Group in the field of organic and organometallic reaction mechanisms.

The research will involve the investigation of the development of systems to ‘catch and release’ homogenous catalysts and will be in collaboration with a small consortium of companies: Phosphonix, AstraZeneca, Syngenta, CatSci, AMRI. In addition to research, the successful candidate will be expected to aid in the day to day running of a medium sized research group, to guide and aid undergraduate and postgraduate researcher workers in the group. There will also be the opportunity for the successful candidate to be involved in some teaching at undergraduate level (workshops/tutorials) should they wish.

University of Bristol

Research Assistant in Palaeobiology
University of BristolSchool of Earth Sciences

Job number : ACAD100216
Contract Type : Fixed-term contract staff
Salary : £30,424 (starting salary)
Closing date for applications : 04/03/2013
Work Hours : 35.0 Hours per Week
Expected Start Date : 01/06/2013
Expected End Date : 31/08/2016
Job Type : Research and Teaching

We are seeking to appoint an exceptional vertebrate anatomist/ palaeobiologist to work on a project on the evolution of feathers and colours in birds and dinosaurs. This is a postdoctoral position and applicants must have a PhD and top-quality publications; some postdoctoral experience will be a great advantage.

You will join a team of six researchers based in Bristol, Dublin and Beijing who are working on the feather ultrastructure, and evidence for colour (melanosomes) in the exceptionally preserved feathers of birds and dinosaurs from the Jehol Group (Early Cretaceous) of NE China. The post is based in Bristol, but involves travel to China for research purposes, and presentations at leading international conferences.

This full-time position is for 27 months, with a starting salary of £30,424 per annum, rising by increments each year.

University of Bristol

Senior Facilities Manager
University of Bristol

Language: English (UK)
Organisation data: Facilities Management
Job number: SUPP100196
Contract Type: Open ended contract staff
Work Hours: 35.0 Hours per Week
Job Type: Professional/Administrative Services
Division / School: Estates

The Senior Facilities Manager will be the client contact for coordinating all Estates Operational activities ensuring these are provided effectively. These include reactive and planned maintenance, cleaning, portering and external cleaning and landscape maintenance where appropriate.

It is expected that the Senior Facilities Manager will manage the more complex, heavily serviced buildings and also be expected to offer management and guidance to the facilities manager in their Zone.

The role includes managing expectations; negotiation of priorities and coordinating Estates activities to ensure University business is not interrupted. The Facilities management team manages building fire safety compliance.

Enquiries can be made to Paul Smith, Head of Facilities Management on (0117) 331 7291 or e-mail

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University of Bristol

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Cellular and Molecular Medicine
University of Bristol -School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine

Job number: ACAD100174

Contract Type: Fixed-term contract staff

Work Hours 35.0 Hours per Week

The School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine at the University of Bristol is undertaking a major initiative to further strengthen its internationally competitive research base. To enhance the schools three research themes in cancer biology, infection and immunity and stem cell biology/tissue engineering the school is recruiting up to three new Lecturers or Senior Lecturers. With over 30 research groups in the School, and close relationships with other schools, there are extensive opportunities for collaboration within a world-class infrastructure. The positions will be based in the Medical Sciences building with access to outstanding core facilities (including Microscopy, Proteomics, and Genomics), opportunities to interact with
clinicians, and a rich environment for translational activities.

We are seeking new colleagues with outstanding research records, at least three years of postdoctoral experience, and who complement and enhance our current research activities. The successful candidates will be supported to establish an independent research team and will also contribute to the teaching of postgraduate and undergraduate students within the school and across the Faculty of Medical and Veterinary Sciences.

Potential applicants are encouraged to make informal enquiries through the Head of School, Professor Anthony Hollander (Email: ) or the School Research Director, Dr. Stefan Roberts (Email: )

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