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[SA_scat] Instrument scientist postions at ISIS

Dear Colleagues,

ISIS is now looking to recruit new instrument scientists, including in the areas of small-angle scattering and reflectometry.

Details may be found here:

The closing date for applications is 31 December 2014.

Please note, applications MUST be made online via the Top Careers website using the specific link at the bottom of each vacancy notice. Then click the orange 'apply' button. This will take you to the UK Government's iRecruitment portal (UKSBS). If you have not previously applied for a vacancy using UKSBS you will first need to register before uploading your CV and cover letter.

DO NOT email CV's to either myself or the contact named on the vacancy notice.

(There are also some vacancies in software, mechanical and electrical engineering - see http://www.isis.stfc.ac.uk/vacancies/vacancies15176.html - but please note that some of these have earlier closing dates)

Steve King

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