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[SA_scat] New Posts at Diamond

Two positions have come available within the Scattering Group at Diamond. We are looking to recruit Support Scientist/Senior Support Scientists, for I22 and B21. The principal role for these posts will be to facilitate User support during operations but will also involve assisting in the commissioning of optics components and new end station equipment.

The B21 appointment is permanent while for I22 the post is 12 month fixed term (this could be extended for a longer term) .  Salary is Circa £26k and Circa £33k for appointment at the higher level. The deadline for the application is April 30, 2012.

Candidates should have an appropriate qualification and experience of synchrotron radiation. Experience of Non Crystalline Diffraction / SAXS-WAXS would be and advantage. For appointment at the higher level, candidates should have a Ph.D and relevant experience.

Further details can be found at



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