Exposure to bright light can induce widespread changes in our physiology, mood and behaviour. We seek two ambitious and self-motivated scientists interested in understanding the neural processes responsible for these effects to join our group in Manchester, working as part of a large international consortium aiming to use latest neurophysiological insights to inform decisions in architectural and artificial lighting design. The successful candidates will hold a Masters degree in a topic relevant to systems neuroscience and, ideally, have an established interest in an aspect of vision science, chronobiology or lighting design/engineering. Practical experience of acquiring and/or analysing electrophysiological data would be an advantage. The posts offer the opportunity to work on an exciting project in a rapidly developing area of biology, and in a dynamic and ambitious research group. This is a full-time position funded by the European Commission for a period of up to 3 years.
The successful candidate must comply with the EC Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN eligibility criteria included in the particulars of appointment.
Salary, including a mobility allowance and family allowance (where applicable), will be on the Marie Curie scale H1 to H4 (£29,550 - £41,190) per annum.
As an equal opportunities employer we welcome applicants from all sections of the community regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation and transgender status. All appointments are made on merit.
Please note that we are unable to respond to enquiries, accept CVs or applications from Recruitment Agencies.
Enquiries about the vacancy, shortlisting and interviews:
Name: Robert Lucas
This vacancy will close for applications at midnight on the closing date.
Please see the link below for the Further Particulars document which contains the person specification criteria.