1. Job Title
Project Assistant Professor in theSection for Exploration of Life in Extreme Environments (one position)
To promote joint research utilizing single particle analysis and tomography using a cryo-electron microscope, and to work on boundary exploration research between matter and life.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. degree or an equivalent scientific career.
4. Appointment period
The longest appointment period is five years.
5. Required documents;
1) Complete CV (in the accompanying form)
2) List of publications (with full author lists, titles, Journal names, volumes and page numbers)
3) Research statement (including research interest and future plans; about 600 words)
4) Recommendation letter(s)
November 30, 2020
7. Start of Employment
As soon as possible
Please send the application by mail to the address below:
The Personnel Section, Okazaki Administration Center, NINS
Nishigonaka 38, Myodaiji, Okazaki, Aichi 444-8585, JAPAN
(Please indicate “Project Assistant Professor Position in the Section for Exploration of Life in Extreme Environments, ExCELLS” on the envelope.)
9. Contact details
Professor Koichi Kato,
Director, Exploratory Research Center on Life and Living Systems (ExCELLS), NINS
Higashiyama 5-1, Myodaiji, Okazaki, Aichi
1) Gender equality
a) ExCELLS is promoting a Gender Equity Program by taking various measures to create a workspace where both men and women are able to give full rein to their talents and abilities.
b)ExCELLS gives hiring priority to women when they are recognized as equivalent during performance evaluations.
c) ExCELLS includes consideration for periods when researchers did not perform research due to leave for maternity, elderly and child care if applicants specify such periods in their CV.
2) Handling of personal data
Personal information in the application are handled in strict confidentiality, and will not be utilized for any other purposes. Application documents will not be returned.
Announcement of Job Opportunity for Project Assistant Professor in the Section for Exploration of Life in Extreme Environments