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Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU); Bayern, Germany

     Deadline: September 1, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   15:53

     
                        
Duties: Ziel der Dissertation ist es die Funktion von Gewebemakrophagen besser zu verstehen. Makrophagen kommen in allen Geweben und Organen des Körpers vor und spielen eine zentrale Rolle sowohl bei Infektionen aber insbesonders auch im Rahmen von Autoimmunantworten. Zudem können Makrophagen auch im Rahmen von Krebserkrankungen das Tumorwachstum in verschiedenen Geweben entweder fördern oder aber inhibieren
Requirements: Master in Biologie, Molekulare Medizin, ILS o. ä; Sehr gute Englisch-Kenntnisse; Sorgfältige Arbeitsweise und eine hohe Motivation, das gegebene Forschungsthema selbständig zu bearbeiten; Vorkenntnisse in Immunologie

Utrecht University; Utrecht, Netherlands

     Deadline: August 29, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   15:43

     
                        
Duties: development of new teaching modules; coordinating and implementing the logistics of practical courses; teaching; contributing to developing the (practical) biochemistry teaching line; training and supervising PhD assistants from the sections and student assistants
Requirements: You have a PhD and preferably bring experience in supervising students during labs, lectures and working classes. Because you will be working in an environment where students expect a lot from you, you know how to be flexible. Your students look to you for learning and inspiration; You have (broad) experimental experience in the molecular life sciences; You have a vision on (practical) education in the molecular life sciences

University of Melbourne; Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

     Deadline: August 30, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   15:39

     
                        
Duties: Primer design of putative resistance alleles across Drosophila species; Determine the frequency of different resistance alleles in field caught D. melanogaster; Quantification of tissue specific expression of orthologous resistance genes in male and female Drosophila; Determine the impact of resistance allele expression on D. melanogaster metabolism
Requirements: Completion of a PhD in zoology, molecular or evolutionary biology or a related discipline; A broad range of skills in molecular biology; Demonstrated ability to prepare research reports and manuscripts for publication; Strong evidence of ability and desire to build an academic research career trajectory; Excellent interpersonal and both written and oral communication skills in English

Harvard University; Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

     Published: August 8, 2022   15:38

     
                        
Duties: We have an immediate opening for a postdoctoral fellow in social epidemiology. We are looking for an exceptional and highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to collaborate with Dr. Natalie Slopen and Dr. Andrea Roberts on a research project using the Nurses’ Health Study 3 cohort. The successful candidate will conduct innovative research that addresses questions of childhood exposures and viral infections across the life course. The project has relevance to long-term health outcomes, pregnancy conditions, and offspring health, and therefore is well suited to candidates with an interest in life course epidemiology; We are particularly seeking individuals looking for training and research experience in areas relevant to epidemiologic methods, biostatistics, and immunology; The resources of The Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Harvard T. H. Chan School overall will be available to the incoming fellow; The Research Fellow will be responsible for: Programming independent...
Requirements: Doctoral degree required (e.g. PhD, MD, DO, DVM, PharmD). Degree in Epidemiology, Environmental Health, or a related discipline preferred; Ability to manage multiple projects; Strong analytical and problem-solving skills; Knowledge of and experience with spreadsheet, relational database, graphics, and word processing software; Intermediate to advanced skills with at least one statistical software package is required, e.g., SAS, R; Excellent scientific writing ability and strong oral communication skills

California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly); San Luis Obispo, California, United States

     Published: August 8, 2022   15:32

     
                        
Duties: Contribute to on-going NIH-funded studies examining infant feeding interactions and lifestyle interventions in early life and the time surrounding pregnancy; Collaborate on the Women and Infants’ Mobile Health program, providing women’s healthcare to uninsured, low-income women and infants who reside in the California Central Coast region; Propose manuscripts based on existing datasets in the areas of obesity prevention and maternal and child health outcomes; Work with mentors in developing a research project and in meeting manuscript, and grant application goals; Participate in professional development activities, including attending national conferences
Requirements: Doctoral degree in Public Health, Psychology, Human Development and Family Studies, Nutrition, Kinesiology or a related discipline

University of Oxford; Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

     Deadline: September 2, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   15:25

     
                        
Duties: One Oxford-based post is available as part of a nationwide study of T cell immunity in COVID-19, called the PITCH Study: Protective Immunity for T cells in Healthcare workers in Oxford. PITCH is an extension to the UK SIREN Study and a flagship staff surveillance programme for COVID-19 at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and follows healthcare workers with and without COVID-19 in five sites (Oxford, Liverpool, Sheffield, Birmingham and Newcastle) across England. The purpose of the study is to assess T cell responses to SARS-CoV-2 in blood samples from the volunteer healthcare workers. The project is funded by UK Research & Innovation (UKRI) and the Huo Family Foundation
Requirements: We are seeking a Research Assistant to join the team, you will hold a first degree (BSc level) in a biomedical field. It is essential to have previous Laboratory experience in the field of cellular immunology. It is desirable to have experience of contributing to research publications. The successful applicant will work as part of an enthusiastic team at the Peter Medawar Building for Pathogen Research

Francis Crick Institute; London, United Kingdom

     Deadline: August 26, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   13:52

     
                        
Duties: The successful applicant will use both existing and newly acquired neuronal recordings and behavioural data in combination with appropriate computational models to reveal the circuits and processes underlying multisensory representations of three dimensional space and how this representation is used to guide orienting behaviours. While the successful applicant will initially focus on data analysis collaborating in ongoing projects, there is scope for experimental work if desired. The applicant will have access to two-photon and three-photon microscopy for head-fixed recordings in rodents and Neuropixels for freely moving or head-fixed recordings
Requirements: The successful applicant will have a PhD in Neuroscience or a related field, and experience with the analysis of multi-dimensional and multi-scale data. Highly motivated candidates with expertise in Physics, Maths, and Computer Science are also encouraged to apply

University of Bristol; Bristol, United Kingdom

     Deadline: August 28, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   13:39

     
                        
Duties: You will take a lead role in extracting actionable insights from multiple clinical studies being run within the Bristol Vaccine Centre through quantitative analysis. A key component of this post is to develop and apply cutting edge quantitative methods for analysis of infectious diseases, and/or mathematical modelling of infectious disease processes. You will undertake literature reviews and appropriate statistical analyses to inform the most appropriate structure and parameterisation of mathematical or statistical models. You will be responsible for communicating key findings to stakeholders that include funders and policy makers, and take the lead in writing high impact research papers
Requirements: You will have either a statistical background with experience in clinical trial design and analysis, a background in mathematical modelling of infectious diseases background, or a background in health economics research. A keen interest in public health and biological and epidemiological processes is essential

Earlham Institute (EI); United Kingdom

     Deadline: August 23, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   13:35

     
                        
Duties: The Postdoctoral Research Scientist will join Designing Future Wheat; a cross-institutional BBSRC programme aiming to ensure the delivery of robust wheat crops to support a growing population. Under the supervision of Anthony Hall and Mark McMullan, the candidate will use large genomics-based data sets to address fundamental questions in the evolution of plant pathogens to advance crop science. The project is a collaboration between The Earlham Institute and Rothamsted Research on the Take-all evolution, resistance, and biocontrol with Kim Hammond Kosack. The project will use state-of-the-art approaches for pan- and whole genome comparisons of 20 fungal genomes along with population genetics techniques to investigate genetic variation across hundreds of re-sequenced genomes. The analysis of these genomes is initially to address fundamental questions on the evolution of wheat pathogens and questions on their evolution using wild and agricultural representatives with an aim to develop an...
Requirements: PhD in a relevant subject or possess equivalent experience of working in molecular or computational biology; Demonstrable understanding of bioinformatics tools; Good knowledge of molecular biology and computational methods for sequence analysis; Interest in pan-and/or population genomics

University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

     Deadline: August 24, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   13:30

     
                        
Duties: This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding candidate to join our team working on the Wellcome-funded IVOR (Impact of Vaccines on Resistance) project. The postholder will use a unique dataset from a multi-year cluster-randomised vaccine trial in Vietnam to understand the epidemiology of drug resistant pneumococcal carriage in children. The Research Fellow will lead the mathematical modelling of the drug resistance endpoints of the trial. The position offers exceptional opportunities for public health impact and scientific contribution in the priority area of antimicrobial resistance
Requirements: PhD in Mathematical modelling, Computational Biology, Maths, Stats or a related quantitative discipline; Proven ability to use a coding language to solve problems (e.g. R, Python, C++ etc); Evidence of ability to independently develop and deliver high quality research; Evidence of ability to communicate complex information clearly, orally and in writing

University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

     Deadline: September 14, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   13:24

     
                        
Duties: You will conduct research centred around one of the two following areas: a) the develop of novel approaches to phenotyping retinal blood vessels in animal models of stroke and investigating associations with brain phenotypes and stroke outcomes, and b) the application mathematical models of vascular remodelling previously developed by the group to characterise the relationship between blood flow and endothelial cell migration in the development of arteriovenous malformations
Requirements: PhD (or near completion) in a relevant topic; Proven track record of publishing research outputs; Experience in the segmentation and quantification of vascular phenotypes in angiograms; or experience in the development of multiscale mathematical models of biological systems with a focus on biomechanics/mechanobiology; Experience working with microscopy data (image processing and quantification); Competence in object-oriented computer programming (the group works on Python/C++/Matlab)

Aga Khan University (AKU); Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan

     Published: August 8, 2022   13:21

     
                        
Duties: teaching Anatomy to medical students and specialized Anatomy courses in graduate programmes; utilizing evidence-based pedagogical approaches, for example, small group learning, lectures, gross and microscopic laboratory sessions, tutorials, practical sessions and problem-based learning, as appropriate; utilizing technology (for example, BodyViz) and other features of the ASLS for the teaching of Anatomy; supervision of graduate students (MPhil and PhD)
Requirements: Candidates should have a PhD or equivalent (such as FCPS) in Anatomy; A medical degree and post-doctoral fellowship experience is preferred

Imperial College London (ICL); London, United Kingdom

     Deadline: August 29, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   12:21

     
                        
Duties: Be responsible for immunisations, genotyping transgenic colonies, measurement of lung function, sampling of the airways, tissue preparation and RNA and DNA preparation; Conduct cytokine assays, histological analysis, immunocytochemistry, in situ hybridisation, flow cytometry, in vitro culture of leukocytes and lung structural cells; Assist other members of the lab with their in vivo experiments; General laboratory administrative duties including ordering when needed
Requirements: BSc in basic biological sciences or equivalent vocational qualification; Have at least 2 years’ experience in laboratory-based research; Work independently and be competent in general lab techniques, including Flow cytometry, qPCR, ELISA, Cell culture, IHC/IF, WB, DNA extraction, genotyping, bioinformatics, microscopy, data analysis; Practical experience with in vivo mouse models; A Home Office License would be advantageous

Johns Hopkins University (JHU); Baltimore, Maryland, United States

     Published: August 8, 2022   12:16

     
                        
Duties: Responsible for providing comprehensive pediatric care during acute and chronic illness focusing on children whose ages range from birth to early adulthood, depending on specialty. The Anesthesiologist is responsible for administering anesthetics to prevent patients from feeling pain and associated sensations. The Anesthesiologist closely monitors a patient's vital signs during surgery and adjusts anesthetics accordingly as well as monitors patients through the first recovery stages after an operation and administers appropriate medications during recovery
Requirements: Degree of MD or DO with a recognized residency program; Fellowship training for specialty, as required; Valid and unrestricted Florida medical license; Valid DEA registration for the state of Florida; Valid American Board certification or Board - eligible in Anesthesia; Ability to effectively manage and direct medical staff support activities while providing quality patient care. Possess excellent written and oral communication in English. Ability to interact effectively with people of varied educational, socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds, skill levels and value systems; BLS, PALS, ACLS and/or NRP may be required depending on specialty

University of Alabama (UA); Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States

     Published: August 8, 2022   12:13

     
                        
Duties: Responsibilities will include duties in the Department of Family, Internal, and Rural Medicine, including teaching medical students and residents in clinical training, research and scholarly activity as well as providing direct patient care, with an emphasis in a rural outpatient/ambulatory and inpatient primary care setting
Requirements: M.D. or D.O. and Board eligible/Board Certified in Internal Medicine required. Candidates must meet Alabama medical licensure requirements and complete licensure within the state prior to start date. A track record of scholarship, focusing on learning and teaching in a health professions or medical school environment would be desirable. Successful candidates will display a collaborative and entrepreneurial spirit, a desire to work in multidisciplinary and inter-professional teams and have excellent communication skills in both written and spoken English

University of Central Arkansas; Conway, Arkansas, United States

     Published: August 8, 2022   12:12

     
                        
Duties: Maintains inventory of laboratory equipment and supplies; Disburses equipment and supplies to faculty and students. Dispenses chemicals according to governmental safety regulations; Makes minor repairs on lab equipment and refers major repairs to vendor technicians; Assists faculty in development of class presentations requiring laboratory items; Updates laboratory procedure manuals as needed; Hires, trains, supervises all undergraduate teaching and stockroom assistants; Purchases chemicals and other supplies for instructional laboratories; Performs other duties as assigned
Requirements: BS degree in Chemistry; Knowledge of scientific subjects, such as chemistry, physics, or biology; Knowledge of general laboratory procedures; Knowledge of governmental safety regulations regarding laboratory chemicals and supplies; Ability to maintain inventory of equipment and supplies in a scientific laboratory

University of Melbourne; Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

     Deadline: September 2, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   12:07

     
                        
Duties: This position is subject to your eligibility to work in Australia. The Australian Department of Home Affairs have added Veterinarian to the priority migration skilled occupation list (PMSOL) for visas under the current Australian border closure and you will receive professional support to assist you to obtain an appropriate visa
Requirements: An awarded Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, or equivalent veterinary degree registrable in Victoria with at least two years relevant experience as a Veterinarian

Auburn University (AU); Auburn, Alabama, United States

     Published: August 8, 2022   12:00

     
                        
Duties: The successful candidate will be expected to establish and maintain an extramurally funded research program, train and supervise parasitology residents and graduate students while providing parasitology expertise to residents and graduate students outside of parasitology as needed, participate in the veterinary parasitology diagnostic service, and participate in the training of veterinary students. Auburn University maintains the tradition of training practice-ready veterinarians. Didactic teaching responsibilities include participation in the professional veterinary medical curriculum and graduate curriculum. Pedagogy and scholarly activity will be synergistic with the College’s research, teaching, and clinical service missions
Requirements: Minimum qualifications include Ph.D. degree (or equivalent) at the time employment begins. The successful candidate must meet eligibility requirements for work in the United States at the time the appointment is scheduled to begin and continue working legally for the term of employment. Desired but not required qualifications include D.V.M. degree (or equivalent) and diplomate status in Parasitology from the American College of Veterinary Microbiologists or the European Veterinary Parasitology College. Desired qualifications also include excellence in research, didactic classroom or small group instruction, written and interpersonal communication, teaching/educational scholarship, and diagnostics

University College London (UCL); London, United Kingdom

     Deadline: August 23, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   11:54

     
                        
Department: MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL
Workload: 100%
Duties: We are looking to recruit a clinician with experience in the management of infectious diseases, in particular HIV, tuberculosis, and viral hepatitis to help with the oversight of, and to coordinate, the clinical aspects of paediatric international clinical trials. These include the D3 trial, a phase II/III randomised open-label trial assessing dual therapy with dolutegravir/lamivudine fixed dose formulation in children living with HIV, and SURE, a phase III, partially-blinded factorial randomised trial of TB meningitis treatment in children. The post-holder will work closely with other members of the multi-disciplinary collaboration to support the delivery of the trials to standards of Good Clinical Practice and to take part in development of new research proposals and the relevant grant applications
Requirements: The applicant should demonstrate: knowledge of clinical management of children with infectious diseases, including HIV, tuberculosis and viral hepatitis; understanding of prevention of mother to child transmission in HIV and viral hepatitis; understanding of research methods and basic statistical analyses, commonly used in clinical trials; track record of publications in peer reviewed journals; experience of clinical work as a medical doctor; ability to develop training materials and deliver training to different audiences; excellent communication skills; effective management skills; The role will entail travel abroad and you will be expected to visit overseas sites on behalf of the Unit, where appropriate, and/or develop ways of communicating effectively from a distance

University College London (UCL); London, United Kingdom

     Deadline: August 29, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   11:54

     
                        
Department: Division of Biosciences - Research Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment
Workload: 100%
Duties: The successful applicant will work on a initially three year, BBSRC funded research project aimed at understanding the relationship between DNA G-quadruplex homeostasis, proteome integrity and long-term tissue health. The project will use the small nematode worm, Caenorhabditis elegans as a model system and will employ a combination of phenotypic assays, fluorescence imaging, high-throughput genetic screening, molecular biology, biochemistry and mass-spectrometry based proteomics. In addition, the project will be a cross-institutional collaboration with Dr. Marco Di Antonio (Imperial College London) and Prof. Konstantinos Thalassinos (UCL-Birkbeck Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology). As such, the successful candidate will be required to interact closely with both groups
Requirements: We are looking for a highly motivated individual with a PhD in a related field (e.g. ageing, age-related disease, protein homeostasis, stress responses, gene regulation, etc) and previous experience in C. elegans husbandry, phenotypic assays and molecular biology techniques. Experience in mass-spectrometry based proteomics, genetic screening or genomics approaches would also be highly desirable. Candidates for the post should be confident working independently and committed to cultivating a collegial research atmosphere within the group and across the department. In addition, the successful candidate should have excellent organisational skills, be extremely conscientious, take responsibility for their work, be collaborative and have a passion for scientific research

University College London (UCL); London, United Kingdom

     Deadline: August 29, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   11:53

     
                        
Department: Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
Workload: 100%
Duties: The postholder will conduct research on how maternal, family and household characteristics influence birth outcomes, child health outcomes and child education and social care outcomes. Working as part of the Child Health Informatics Group (CHIG) team, and alongside the Study PI and existing ECHILD researchers, this post provides an excellent career development opportunity for those with an MSc in a quantitative subject to develop skills in analysing national cohorts to inform public health policy. Training will be available and there will be opportunity for the post holder to develop his/her own interests within the scope of the project
Requirements: The candidate will have MSc in relevant discipline (e.g. statistics, epidemiology, economics, health informatics, data science, computer science) or related experience, quantitative and statistical software skills using standard statistical software (e.g. Stata, R), excellent written and verbal communication, including documenting work and communicating technical and/or scientific information to a wide range of scientific and lay audiences, experience of analysis of longitudinal data and knowledge of research methods in epidemiology and statistics

University College London (UCL); London, United Kingdom

     Deadline: August 26, 2022 | Published: August 8, 2022   11:52

     
                        
Department: Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
Workload: part-time
Duties: You will be involved in a project to diagnose dystroglycanopathies and congenital muscular dystrophies, using flow cytometric analysis of patient fibroblasts; You will be contributing towards testing and validating novel antibodies aimed at improving the diagnosis of dystroglycanopathies and other congenital muscular dystrophies. You will be contributing towards developing novel quantitative and multiplexed immunoassays to study protein expression in cells and tissue sections; The main duties of the post are to culture and prepare cells for analysis, perform flow cytometry and analysis, and write up the results. The post holder will also assist with other aspects of National Specialist Commissioning Team (NSCT) - related work, as required
Requirements: Applicants must have a BSc or equivalent in a relevant subject; The successful applicant will have knowledge of research techniques in this area. Laboratory experience (such as in flow cytometry, tissue culture, histology, imaging techniques) is essential

Universitätsspital Basel (USB); Basel, Switzerland

     Published: August 8, 2022   11:51

     
                        
Workload: 90-100%
Duties: Die ambulante und stationäre Betreuung von Patientinnen und Patienten mit sämtlichen soliden Tumoren inkl. der Lymphome; Konsiliartätigkeit auf den Stationen des USB; Die aktive Mitarbeit an Tumorkonferenzen aller Teilgebiete der Onkologie; Klinische und wissenschaftliche Supervision und Weiterbildung von Assistentinnen und Assistenten; Engagement im universitären Aus-, Weiter- und Fortbildungsprogramm der Onkologie des USB; Durchführung eigener klinischer Projekte und/oder Labor-Forschungsprojekte; Das Einbringen von Patientinnen und Patienten in klinische Studien; Weiterentwicklung der klinischen Forschung in der Klinik für Onkologie; Beteiligung an Entwicklungs- und Führungsaufgaben der Klinik
Requirements: Facharzttitel für Medizinische Onkologie sowie Habilitation oder äquivalente Qualifikation; Mehrjährige klinische Erfahrung, Führungserfahrung und gute integrative Fähigkeiten; Ausgeprägte Dienstleistungsorientierung; Teamorientierung und ausgewiesene Stärke im interdisziplinären und multiprofessionellen Denken und Handeln; Freude an der Nachwuchsförderung; Nachweis einer erfolgreichen klinischen Forschungstätigkeit und Akquisition von Drittmitteln

Universitätsspital Basel (USB); Basel, Switzerland

     Published: August 8, 2022   11:51

     
                        
Workload: 90%
Duties: Patientenzentrierte und fachkompetente Betreuung von ambulanten Patienten mit neurologischen Erkrankungen, Schwerpunkt Multiple Sklerose; Betreuung und Überwachung von Patienten mit Infusionstherapien; Planung von Behandlungsintervallen mit Patientinnen und Patienten gemäss Verordnung; Beratung und Schulung zu medikamentösen Therapien; Assistenz bei neurologischer Diagnostik; Ziel - und lösungsorientierte Zusammenarbeit im interprofessionellen und interdisziplinären Behandlungsteam
Requirements: Dipl. Pflegefachfrau/-mann FH/HF/DNII mit Berufserfahrung (von Vorteil); Patientenorientiertes, professionelles Handeln und unternehmerisches Denken; Organisationstalent, Kommunikationsstärke, rasche Auffassungsgabe, Flexibilität; Gute Sprachkenntnisse (D, E, F von Vorteil); Versierte PC-Kenntnisse; Teamfähigkeit mit ausgeprägter Dienstleistungsorientierung

Universitätsspital Basel (USB); Basel, Switzerland

     Published: August 8, 2022   11:51

     
                        
Workload: 70-100%
Duties: Personelle Führung eines Teams von bis zu 10 Mitarbeitenden; Verantwortlich für die Kodierleistung und DRG-Erlössicherung der zugeteilten Departementsbereiche; dies umfasst die korrekte, revisionssichere und termingerechte Kodierung stationärer sowie spitalambulanter Fälle und die Bearbeitung von DRG-Rechnungsanfragen; Mitarbeit an der strategischen und operativen Systementwicklung und Prozessoptimierung, an der Erstellung von Anträgen zur Weiterentwicklung des Fallpauschal-Tarifes und der Kodierinstrumente sowie die Durchführung von Weiterbildungen im Kerngeschäft; Pflege der Zusammenarbeit mit dem Team Medizinisch-Betriebswirtschaftliche Performance-Beratung im Rahmen der Identifikation von Performance Potentialen oder Projektmitarbeit; Gegenseitige Vertretung mit den anderen Departementscodierleitungen und der Leitung Medizinische Codierung
Requirements: Master in Humanmedizin oder Pflegeausbildung Niveau FH sowie Eidg. Fachausweis als Med. Kodierer/in; Mehrere Jahre Berufserfahrung in der Medizinischen Codierung, Führungserfahrung sowie Projektmanagementkenntnisse von Vorteil; Interesse an medizinisch-betriebswirtschaftlichen Sachverhalten sowie an juristischen, politischen und tariflichen Rahmenbedingungen im Gesundheitswesen; Dienstleistungsorientierte und kommunikationsstarke Persönlichkeit mit hohem Qualitätsbewusstsein; Ausgeprägtes analytisch-konzeptionelles Denken und Freude an der interdisziplinären Zusammenarbeit


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