A Technical Specialist in Laser Spectroscopy is sought to support exciting developments in Physical Chemistry at the University of York. The section undertakes internationally-leading research in areas spanning ultrafast multidimensional spectroscopy, time-resolved electron diffraction, liquid and solution dynamics, novel gas-phase photochemical studies and photochemical NMR spectroscopy. The successful candidate will support this activity alongside working with Physical Chemistry academic staff to establish a new multi-user laser spectroscopy and photochemistry facility.
The Department of Chemistry is one of the UK's leading Chemistry departments and is renowned internationally for its research, having performed exceptionally strongly in the recent Nature Index 2017 Innovation Table. Combined with a commitment to high-quality teaching and outstanding student satisfaction, it is recognised consistently for its family-friendly policies and is proud of its Athena SWAN Gold Award.
The appointed candidate will:
Skills, Experience & Qualifications needed
Informal enquiries are strongly encouraged and may be directed to Professor Neil Hunt (email@example.com)
Interviews will take place on 26 April 2019.
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