Niels Bohr Institute at Faculty of Science, the University of Copenhagen is looking for a student assistant for DANSCATT with effect from 1 March 2023 for a 2-year period.
DANSCATT is the Danish organization combining users of foreign X-ray and neutron facilities, including the new facilities MAX-IV and ESS in Lund (S).
The job deals with a follow up on the DANSCATT community and the Nordic Neutron scattering communities via a bibliometric search. This task will take place evenly over the year and will amount to around 300 hours per year.
The student must have a flair for accuratesse and administration. Experience with literature search and databases will be an advantage.
The student must have knowledge of communicating with similar research communities from previous experience. For reasons of continuity, students that are not in their final year will be preferred.
Terms of salary and employment
The employment is made in accordance with the Collective Agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and the Organisations of Public Employees – governmental institutions (the OAO-S collective agreement) and the Professional Agreement for clerical employees in the state.
The minimum wage is DKK 130,19. Your salary will be based on seniority. In order to be considered for the position, you must be enrolled as a student at university level.
If you find the job interesting, please send an electronic application with attachment via Jobportalen (click on the link “Apply Now” at the bottom of the post) no later than 31 January 2023.
Interviews will take place on week 6, 2023.
The University of Copenhagen seeks to reflect society and encourages applications irrespective of personal background.
For further information, contact Professor Kim Lefmann, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Faculty of Science at the University of Copenhagen – or SCIENCE – is Denmark’s largest science research and education institution with 4,000 employees and 9,700 Bachelor and Master’s students in 12 departments. The Faculty has an annual budget of DKK 3 billion.
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