Research Technician

This post is funded to provide technical support for a new EU funded research project AQUAEXCEL. This project aims to generate new isogenic fish lines and develop methodologies to better define the metabolic and disease resistance phenotype of farmed fish species.
This post will involve working both within the Molecular Biology and Genetic laboratories and the Tropical Aquarium at the Institute of Aquaculture on the Stirling Campus.
Suitable candidates will ideally have experience in nucleic acid research with a sound knowledge of molecular biology equipment and related protocols. Ideally candidates will also have some experience of fish husbandry and maintenance of aquarium systems although training will be provided in this area. The candidate will be expected to have excellent organisational skills for accurate record keeping, planning and scheduling of work and should also have the ability to communicate clearly with colleagues on complex experimental procedures. A flexible approach to job requirements in order to balance demands of the work is desirable.
For further information, including details on how to apply, please see
Closing date: Tuesday 10 April 2012
The Sunday Times Scottish University of the Year 2009/2010
The University of Stirling is a charity registered in Scotland, number SC 011159.



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