The work consists of research in marine radioecology. You will become a part of the existing research group and will be part of a project studying radioactivity in seas. This requires good knowledge in the subject area of radiophysics with a focus on marine radioecology, radiochemistry and measurement methods. Experience from work in radiochemistry, mass spectrometry or radiometric measurement methods will be considered a merit. The research can well be carried out within the unit for radiological sciences, at the Division of Diagnostics and Specialist Medicine, where research infrastructure is available as well as a large international network that provides opportunities for collaboration in marine radioecology. The postdoc candidate is also expected to maintain and develop contacts with the authorities and research networks relevant to the research. Linköping University is looking for a person who is open, has cooperative abilities, and willing to share her/his knowledge and competence with the group. In addition, the person should be able to conduct independent research and to be proactive in the research project. As they plan for international collaborations and articles are written in English, you will need to have good knowledge of English in both speech and writing. The position may also involve teaching, but during no more than a fifth of work time.
The position requires a doctorate or an equivalent degree from a foreign university. The doctorate shall have been obtained no longer than three years before the expiration date of the application. For this specific postdoc position, you should have a PhD in either physics, analytical chemistry, marine chemistry or other relevant subject connected to radioecology, environmental radiochemistry and radio-analytical techniques.
Apply by May 7th 2020