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The University of Oxford and the Department of Chemistry are Athena SWAN bronze award holders.

Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and ethnic minority candidates, who are under-represented in Chemistry research posts in Oxford.

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Athena SWAN

Department of Chemistry
Section: Organic Chemistry
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Synthetic Organic Chemistry and Catalysis (2 posts)  (Professor Martin Smith)
Grade 7: 31,0786 - 38,183 p.a

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work under the supervision of Prof Martin Smith on a research project funded by EPSRC for a period of 3 years. The project involves the development of new methods for the enantioselective synthesis of axially chiral molecules.

Find out more about the Smith research group at Smith Research

You should have a PhD in synthetic organic chemistry or catalysis or a relevant subject area, or have submitted your thesis prior to taking up your appointment. You should have experience in complex organic synthesis and/or catalysis. The role will include synthesis, catalysis, and the investigation of reaction mechanisms.

To apply for this role and for further details, including a job description and selection criteria, please click on the link : Postdoctoral Research Associate - 130021

The closing date for applications is 12.00 midday, 14 August 2017. Interviews will be held as soon as possible thereafter.

The University of Oxford and the Department of Chemistry are Athena SWAN Silver award holders.

Further Details are available for download here: or by e-mail to quoting reference 130021.
Application deadline for this post is 14 August 2017
The University of Oxford is an Equal Opportunity employer (22/11/2017)

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