beamline scientist position at Stanford
pkuhn at SLAC.Stanford.EDU
Sun Apr 7 14:40:21 EST 2002
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
We have an opening for a beamline scientist in our group at the Stanford Synchrotron and would like to bring this to the attention of the scientific community. If you are interested in joining a dynamic group of scientists, please take a look at the advertisement below and contact us if you would like to apply or have any additional questions. We would appreciate if you could also forward this message to colleagues that might be interested in this position.
Beam Line Scientist - Macromolecular Crystallography Group and Structural Biology in the Stanford School of Medicine:
The Department of Structural Biology in the School of Medicine (Stanford University) and the Structural Molecular Biology (SMB) Group at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory (SSRL, a division of SLAC) seeks a Beam Line Scientist. The staff member will participate in a strong user support team focusing on providing technical & methodological support for scientific experiments at synchrotron radiation macromolecular crystallography beam lines. Research facilities include computer-controlled instrumentation, robotics, x-ray detectors, extensive server-based compute resources, data acquisition & processing software. Will provide user training & methodology advice for establishing optimized data collection & data reduction strategies; will be responsible for the experimental arrangement & optimization of beam line optics & alignment of instrumentation; troubleshooting of optics and data collection instrumentation. She/he will participate with staff scientists in developm! ental
experiments. Will also participate in the continuous development (design & implementation) of an advanced compute environment; maintain computational resources; implement & upgrade crystallographic software packages, develop scripts & routines for data collection & analysis. Will participate in the development & design of crystallographic instrumentation.
Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Structural Biology or related field and experience in crystallography. Extensive experience with crystallographic data reduction and processing packages & scripting languages is required. Excellent written & verbal communication skills are also required. Experience in synchrotron based measurements and/or instrumentation development with structural molecular biology applications is highly desirable, as is computer networking & server experience. Stanford University is committed to equal opportunity through affirmative action in employment and we are especially eager to identify minority candidates and women with appropriate qualifications. For additional information please see http://smb.slac.stanford.edu or contact Mike Soltis at soltis at slac.stanford.edu.
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