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Specialist (f/m) for animal license applications
Max-Delbrück-Centrum für Molekulare Medizin (MDC)
The Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) is a member of the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centers,
supported by the Federal Government of Germany and the Senate of Berlin. It is dedicated to interdisciplinary biomedical
research with the aim to translate basic research findings into clinical applications. MDC researchers collaborate with
Berlin based research and medical institutions as well as leading international partner institutions. The Berlin Institute
for Medical Systems Biology (BIMSB) is a young new programme at the MDC, where researchers specifically focus on gene regulatory
mechanisms in the cells of a variety of model organisms, supported by ’omics’-technologies, computational methodologies and
interdisciplinary interaction. The programme will increase in size of currently 15 to 25 research groups, including platforms;
and it will move in 2018 to a new research building in the center of Berlin.
The MDC/BIMSB is seeking a
Specialist for animal license applications (in Germany)
You will be the key person in all matters concerning animal experimentation at the BIMSB. A main responsibility will be the
preparation of applications for animal experimentation licenses. These shall be prepared in close collaboration with BIMSB
group leaders, their representatives and MDC animal welfare officers and in coordination with the authorities. You will
monitor animal usage in line with individual project proposals and assist in the annual reporting. The position requires
you to keep up to date on legal requirements in animal experimentation and communicate changes with the relevant stakeholders
in a timely manner. Organising and conducting training activities for new and existing scientists will be another important
component of the role.
PhD in Life Sciences or doctoral degree in veterinary medicine
Experience in working with laboratory animals (mouse, zebrafish, others) and planning of scientific projects with animal models
Experience in applying for animal experimentation licenses in Germany
Excellent German and English communication skills (in particular writing)
Knowledge of legal requirements on animal experimentation
Lab animal training according to FELASA C
Attention to detail
Excellent organisational and analytical skills
Motivation and interpersonal skills for interactions with researchers and administrative staff
Passion for science, self-motivation, responsible and independent project handling
E 13 TVöD/Bund
June 14th, 2017
The initial contract will be offered for 2 years, with the option to be extended.
For further information please contact:
Questions can be raised by email to Nikolaus Rajewsky (email@example.com).
The MDC is an equal opportunity employer and supports gender equality.
Please submit your full application as one pdf file (5 MB max), including a cover letter, CV & references (incl. relevant educational
and degree certificates) to firstname.lastname@example.org.