[Arabidopsis] Three Research Positions Opened in Performance Plants
Dr. Yafan Huang
(by huangy from performanceplants.com)
Fri Jul 18 13:23:43 EST 2008
Performance Plants, Inc.
Permanent Research Scientists
Three Positions Available Immediately
Two molecular biologists and one plant physiologist positions are
immediately available in the Gene Discovery Program at the Company's
Kingston research facility. The candidates for the first molecular position
should have demonstrated laboratory skills and experience in plant tissue
culture and transgenic regeneration. The candidates for the second
molecular position should possess sound and broad molecular and biochemical
laboratory skills. The applicants for the plant physiologist position
should have specialized research background working in the field of plant
phenotypic and physiological analysis. Applicants for these positions
should possess a B.Sc. or M.Sc. degree, and have a strong background in
plant biology. Extensive experience and knowledge on plant anatomy and
development will be a plus. The candidates will ideally be
detail-orientated, well-organized, enthusiastic and able to appreciate goal
and team-based research and development.
Performance Plants Inc. is a Canadian plant biotechnology company, whose
mission is to discover, develop and validate innovative plant technologies
that optimize crop performance and agricultural productivity while improving
food & fuel security, preserving the environment and promoting global
sustainability. The Company's head office is located in the beautiful city
of Kingston by Lake Ontario.
Interested applicants should forward their curriculum vitae (including the
names of three references) to:
Human Resources, Performance Plants Inc.
700 Gardiners Road
Email: <mailto:humanresources from performanceplants.com>
humanresources from performanceplants.com. Fax: 1-(613)-545-3618.
Performance Plants Inc. offers a complete benefits package and is an equal
opportunity employer. Only applicants considered for an interview will
receive further communication after their initial application.
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