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[SA_scat] Beamline Scientist vacancy on I22 at Diamond

Dear Colleagues,

Diamond is looking to recruit a Beamline Scientist for I22, the undulator small-angle scattering beamline at the facility. The beamline is in full operation with capabilities in SAXS/WAXS, GiSAXS and microfocus SAXS for both Materials and Life Sciences.

Details may be found here:

The closing date for applications is 1 March 2015.

Please note, For further details on applying for employment at Diamond, please visit our 'Application Form' page.

Appointments will be made depending on the skills and experience of the candidate. Electronic Diamond application forms in MS-Word are preferred. These should be emailed to recruitment@diamond.ac.uk<mailto:recruitment@diamond.ac.uk> only.

Nick Terrill

Prof N.J. Terrill
Diamond Light Source
Diamond House
Harwell Science and Innovation Campus
Didcot, OX11 0DE, UK
Tel: +44 1235 778047 Fax: +44 1235 778448 Mobile: +44 7884 234969
Email: Nick.Terrill@diamond.ac.uk
Principal Scientist for the Scattering Beamlines I22

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