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Position: Junior Group Leader Position (f*m)
Institution: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften
Location: Wien, Austria
Duties: The successful candidate will become a member of the local ALICE group and is expected to take a decisive role in the developments of the group’s research activities. As a junior group leader, the candidate is not only expected to advance the own research topic but also to contribute to the definition of research directions of the SMI ALICE group and to the formulation, submission, and management of research proposals
Requirements: Applications are invited from candidates with a PhD in physics or another relevant field and with several years of postdoctoral experience in the field of high energy physics at large facilities. Proven expertise in data analysis and/or hardware developments within the ALICE collaboration is a prerequisite. The position requires strong leadership skills. Previous experience in leading positions is hence considered a plus. The candidates shall also demonstrate the ability to work and collaborate successfully in an international research environment and to acquire third-party funding. Excellent communication skills in English are expected. Any experience of German would be an advantage
   
Text: Job ID: SMI196JGL121 The Stefan Meyer Institute for Subatomic Physics (SMI) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (OeAW), Austria’s leading non-university research and science institution, is devoted to the study of fundamental symmetries and interactions. In its “ALICE” group SMI is currently offering a JUNIOR GROUP LEADER POSITION (F*M) for ALICE (full-time, 40 hours per week, tenure-track option, start summer 2022 initially for 6 years) Position The successful candidate will become a member of the local ALICE group and is expected to take a decisive role in the developments of the group’s research activities. As a junior group leader, the candidate is not only expected to advance the own research topic but also to contribute to the definition of research directions of the SMI ALICE group and to the formulation, submission, and management of research proposals. The position is based in Vienna. Requirements Applications are invited from candidates with a PhD in physics or another relevant field and with several years of postdoctoral experience in the field of high energy physics at large facilities. Proven expertise in data analysis and/or hardware developments within the ALICE collaboration is a prerequisite. The position requires strong leadership skills. Previous experience in leading positions is hence considered a plus. The candidates shall also demonstrate the ability to work and collaborate successfully in an international research environment and to acquire third-party funding. Excellent communication skills in English are expected. Any experience of German would be an advantage. Offer The initial contract will have a duration of maximum 6 years and includes a tenure-track option. The annual gross salary according to the salary scheme of the Academy is min. € 54.661,32 (full-time based). The SMI is situated near the centre of Vienna and offers a good working environment. Supportive structures for the junior group are provided by the institute´s administration and specialized service centres of the Academy. An open team culture welcomes the successful applicant. Application Please send your application including - an academic curriculum vitae, - a letter of motivation (long-term career plan with a brief concept of the scientific, structural and financial setup of the group), - a brief description of research interests and short outline of research plans for the immediate future (3−5 pages), - three key publications judged by the applicant to be particularly relevant to the advertised position, together with a statement explaining their relevance for the development of the research area, - the proof of academic success (PhD certificate and other relevant certificates and credentials) - as well as names of three potential referees per email to smi@oeaw.ac.at no later than April 1, 2022 mentioning Job ID: SMI196JGL121 For more information, please contact Prof. Eberhard Widmann at eberhard.widmann@oeaw.ac.at. The Austrian Academy of Sciences (OeAW) pursues a non-discriminatory employment policy and values equal opportunities, as well as diversity. Individuals from underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.
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