Currently Advertised Jobs in Mass Spectrometry
Waters, the world's leading specialty measurement company that cares about inclusion and diversity is seeking for a Field Sales Engineer – Systems/Instruments to support the very successful growth of our businesses across New South Wales Australia. Waters deliver benefits through innovation and people that enable customer success in the life, materials and food sciences. People create the Waters difference. By engaging with our talented and diverse workforce we continuously evolve, develop and improve our products. We believe in delivering innovative technology and system solutions to our valued customers to enable their success. Our talented field sales/service and specialist teams have over the years delivered great and sustainable business results. With a constant focus on growth and by developing new markets we are able to increase the business even within very challenging economic circumstances.
Technical Officer (Toxicology), Laverty Pathology, Ryde, NSW
Laverty Pathology is a leading provider of pathology and medical diagnostic services to doctors, specialists and hospitals throughout New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. We also provide medical diagnostic services to commercial and government organisations across Australia and internationally. Laverty Pathology is accepting applications for a Technical Officer in the Accredited Toxicology Unit at our North Ryde laboratory.
Research Fellow (Grade 1), Griffith University, Brisbane, QLD
The Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security is seeking to appoint a Research Fellow to work within the Centre's Chemical Pollution theme. The Research Fellow will be responsible for developing and optimising non-target and suspect screening methodologies for the detection of novel chemicals in Antarctic media via both GC- and LC-HRAM-MS instrumentation. The research is associated with the project "Uncovering Antarctica's Secret Chemical Voyagers for Expedited Regulation", which is funded by an Australian Research Council Discovery grant.
Research Fellow/ Senior Research Fellow Organic Analytical Chemistry, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, NSW
The Global Centre for Environmental Remediation (GCER). GCER is an internationally recognised research and development facility at the University of Newcastle, within the College of Engineering, Science and Environment (CESE). Through fundamental and applied research with industry and the community, GCER aims to safeguard people's social, economic and physical health and wellbeing by developing innovative, cost-effective and sustainable technologies and solutions that reduce the impact of pollutants on the environment. To aid intensive environmental remediation projects and research applications, GCER houses a wide range of advanced analytical equipment. As such, there is a critical requirement for technical expertise toward the operation and maintenance of the Centre’s suite of analytical instrumentation.
Biofoundry Research Associate, AllG Foods, Sydney, NSW
We’re now looking for a Biofoundry Research Associate as we grow our R&D team. This is an exciting opportunity to oversee our newly built biofoundry, ensuring the smooth running and maintenance of the lab, whilst drawing on your synthetic biology knowledge for commercial outcomes. You will be responsible for building DNA constructs, transforming bacteria, yeast and fungal species, screening transformants, and analysing protein production. You will be working in our state-of-the-art precision fermentation facility where you will oversee the operations in a fast-paced, high-throughput laboratory that lets scientists do more creative thinking by harnessing robotics. As a great collaborator who enjoys working in an innovative environment, you'll apply your problem solving skills to tackle any challenges as you work calmly under pressure and to tight deadlines. You act with integrity and show care for the people you work with. But most importantly, you want to join a company that is changing the food industry and is determined to have a great impact on humanity.
Postdoctoral Researcher, The Heart Institute, Syndey, NSW
The research follows on from the recent work of Dr Stanley’s and will use cutting edge vascular physiology techniques as used in Dr’s Greenstein and Pritchard’s lab’s. The appointed person will work with microvascular arteries taken from models of septic shock to understand how disease pathology changes membrane potential and calcium signalling. Such changes are hypothesised to drive disease-associated sustained vasodilation, and fatal hypotension. This research will utilise myography, electrophysiology, calcium imaging, and a range of microscopy techniques. As well as leading a project, the successful post-doctoral researcher will also be given fantastic opportunities to collaborate on other projects within the lab and/or within the host institute.
Senior Chemist, ALS Minerals, Fremantle, WA
ALS Metallurgy, a subsidiary in the ALS Group, is seeking a Senior Chemist for our busy business based in the northern suburbs of Perth. This is a permanent, full time position within the Assay team conducting tests and reporting data in support of the facilities’ metallurgical testing capabilities. This position will suit a chemist who is dynamic, self-motivated, and seeking a secure long term Perth based role.
Postdoctoral Fellow-Chemistry, University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW
The Postdoctoral Fellow will play a key role in a recently funded Australian Research Council Project entitled, Cracking post-translational modification codes in high molecular definition in the research areas of intact protein mass spectrometry, ion mobility mass spectrometry and bioanalytical chemistry. The position will contribute towards the research effort of Scientia Associate Professor W. Alexander Donald’s laboratory in the School of Chemistry, Faculty of Science at UNSW Sydney.
Postdoctoral Researcher-Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation, Siegen Universität, Siegen, Germany
The University of Siegen is a modern university with an international orientation and a focus on interdisciplinary research. It currently has around 18,000 students and covers a range of research fields from the humanities, social and economic sciences to natural sciences, engineering and life sciences. In the Faculty V: School of Life Sciences, Biochemie, we are looking for a researcher as soon as possible. Your tasks will be carried out in the Uetrecht group at the CSSB and European XFEL in the Hamburg area within the framework of the Röntgen-Angström-Project SAXFELS with Uppsala University and will include: adaption of the MS SPIDOC project for SAXS experiments, use of the MS SPIDOC system and close collaboration with Uppsala University to find good candidates for protein orientation, assemble and test newly developed parts, and use/development of a laser setup to determine protein alignment in the laboratory.