Postdoc Positions 2019 in University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Designation/Position- Postdoc Positions 2019
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands invites application for Postdoc Positions 2019 from eligible and interested candidates
About- The strontium quantum gases group, headed by Prof. Florian Schreck, is part of the Quantum Gases and Quantum Information (QG&QI) cluster at the University of Amsterdam. The main focus of the group is the exploitation of Sr quantum gases for novel precision measurement techniques and the study of many-body physics. Postdoc Positions 2019 in University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Research/Job Area- Physics or a related field
Location- Faculty of Science – Institute of Physics, University of Amsterdam,
Eligibility/Qualification– You hold a PhD in physics or a related field and are requested to motivate why you apply for the position and to supply a CV.
Other skills/experiences/documents that would benefit your application are:
- previous laboratory experience in an atomic physics lab;
- working knowledge of a programming language (matlab, C++ or equivalent);
- excellent English oral and written communication skills;
- scientific publications.
The appointment will be on a temporary basis for the period of two to maximum three years (initial appointment will be for a period of 12 months and after satisfactory evaluation it can be extended).
The monthly gross salary will range between €2,640 and €4,166 (scale 10), based on a full-time appointment. We offer a pension scheme, a holiday allowance of 8% per year, an end-of-year bonus of 8,3% and flexible employment conditions. Conditions are based on the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities. Favourable tax agreements may apply to non-Dutch applicants.
|Salary indication||€2,640 to €4,166 gross per month|
To foster diversity in our research group, we will especially appreciate applications from excellent female candidates.
How to Apply- You may apply using the link below. Your application must include:
- a curriculum vitae;
- a motivation letter that explains why you have chosen to apply for this specific position with a statement of your research experience and interests and how these relate to this project;
- title and summary of your PhD thesis.
Please make sure all your material is attached in only one pdf. The single pdf can be uploaded in the field marked CV in the application form.
We will consider applications as they are received with flexible starting dates, and the positions will remain open until two suitable candidates have been identified (Formal closing date is 31 March 2019).
For informal enquiries about the position please contact:
You may find more information on this project on:
Last Date for Apply– 31 March 2019