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OPEN POSITIONS

Listed below are the open positions within CSSB Research Groups. Please note that all employment opportunities must be applied for via CSSB partner institutions. CSSB is a cooperation without its own legal identity. All partners act exclusively in their own name and on their own account.

Secretary (m/f)

HZI

The Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research is currently seeking for a Secretary (m/f) in part-time for the department of Structural Systems Biology at the Centre for Structural Systems Biology (CSSB) in Hamburg under the auspices of the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI). HZI is a member of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers, the largest scientific organization in Germany. The Helmholtz Centre for Structural Infection with location at the CSSB focuses on the initial steps of Gram-negative bacterial infections employing state of the art biophysics techniques. A greater understanding of the infection process will allow us to develop new therapies to treat bacterial infections.

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Postdoctoral Fellow

EMBL

We are looking for a highly talented postdoctoral researcher to join the newly established group of Jan Kosinski at EMBL Hamburg and the Centre for Structural Systems Biology (CSSB). The group investigates infection cycles and host-pathogen interactions using computational and experimental approaches. The successful candidate will work in the area of systems biology, in particular, computational modeling of infection cycles to discover host-pathogen interactions, pathway reconstruction and analysis, and multi-scale modeling of entire cellular processes and systems in the context of infection biology and beyond.

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Research Technician / Laboratory Officer in Charge

EMBL

We are looking for a research technician to set up and manage an experimental laboratory and perform research in the newly established group of Jan Kosinski at EMBL Hamburg and the Centre for Structural Systems Biology (CSSB). The successful candidate will play a major role in helping to set up our laboratory in the new CSSB building, planning our experimental research and implementing new techniques. He/she will design, perform and troubleshoot experiments in an independent manner, and preferably lead a research project. The responsibilities will also include support and training of new personnel and students, equipment maintenance and purchase orders.

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