[Arabidopsis] Corn Transformation Specialist Job at PPI

Yafan Huang via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by huangy from performanceplants.com)
Tue Dec 8 10:40:09 EST 2009


Performance Plants, Inc.


 


Corn transformation Specialist

permanent Positions Available Immediately

 

 

A permanent position of corn transformation scientist is immediately
available in the Company's Kingston research & product development facility.
The candidates for this position should have demonstrated laboratory skills
and successful experience in corn tissue culture and regeneration of
transgenic events. Successful candidates will work with a team of plant
transformation specialists to carry out the company's corn transformation
work and maintain a high-throughput transgenic corn pipeline.  Experience
and knowledge on tissue culture and transformation in other crop systems
will be a plus. Applicants for the position should possess a B.Sc. or M.Sc.
degree or with equivalent experiences, and have a strong background in plant
cell biology.   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 

Kingston, Ontario 

K7M 3X9,

Canada

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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