Postdoc Position in Limnology – Lake Shore Assessment

The University of Konstanz, with its “Institutional Strategy to promote Top-Level Research” has been receiving continuous funding since 2007 within the framework of the Excellence Initiative by the German Federal and State Governments. The Limnological Institute at the University of Konstanz is one of the leading institutes in lake research in Europe that offers excellent research facilities and an open collaborative atmosphere.

We invite applications for a
Post-doc Position in Limnology – Lake Shore Assessment
(Salary Scale German 13 TV-L, 90%)
as part of our BMBF-funded joint research project: HyMoBioStrategie in the framework of the NaWaM-ReWaM initiative.

Applications should include a letter of motivation, a complete CV including a list of publications, copies of the three most relevant publications in the field of the offered position, and the names and contact information of three referees (incl. one letter of recommendation). All application documents should be assembled in a single PDF file and sent to Prof. Dr. K.-O. Rothhaupt at karl.rothhaupt@uni-konstanz.de , using the reference number 2015/081.

Review of the applications will begin on 1 June 2015 and will continue until the position has been filled.
For further information (reference number 2015 /081) please visit the website: http://www.uni-konstanz.de/stellen.
Originally posted at: http://jobs.zeit.de/jobs/konstanz_postdoc_position_in_limnology_-_lake_shore_assessment_113966.html?wt_zmc=nl.int.zonpmr.jobnewsletter.2015-05-13.stellenmarkt.textlink.selektion.x&c=445582&si=GEq4XccqIorfNH31q83yELm9DLi2mJqlrYhUqbTy3y3Tqeoxe8hZNNpslWdBqPVjUnU6nNBI9sNtinrehVQ&wt_cc1=static.10

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