kbonnici at ivory.trentu.ca
Thu Sep 4 17:39:53 EST 1997
In article <340EBC9C.7A5D at ipb.uni-halle.de>, Dierk Scheel <dscheel at ipb.uni-halle.de> writes:
>A Research Associate Position (BAT Ost IIa, gross salary DM 61000.- per
>year or higher depending on qualification, age and marital status)
This is certianly not the proper place to discuss this, but what on earth does
one's marital status have to do with their salary? Would the
successful candidate make more or less depending on the income of their spouse,
and the number of children they have? Could you please explain?
>available at the Institute of Plant Biochemistry from January 1, 1998,
>for two years with possible extension. The research is focussed on the
>molecular mechanisms underlying heavy metal tolerance in plants. One
>Technical Assistent is associated with this position.
>Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree in plant molecular biology or
>biochemistry and several years of postdoctoral experience in heavy metal
>tolerance in plants or closely related areas. They are expected to
>develop a largely externally funded research program in cooperation with
>an existing project in this field.
>Applications should be received by October 15, 1997, and include a
>curriculum vitae, three references, a description of research
>accomplishments, and future research plans. Applications and
>confidential letters of reference should be sent directly to:
>Dr. Dierk Scheel
>Stress and Developmental Biology
>Institute of Plant Biochemistry
>D-06120 Halle (Saale)
>The Institute of Plant Biochemistry is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
>Women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to
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