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Full-time post-doctoral researcher in organic/organometallic chemistry

University faculty : Sciences
Department : Chemistry
Grade : post-doctoral Researcher
Contract : fixed term contract
Category : scientific personnel

Responsabilities

In the framework of a MIS research project financed by the FNRS (National Science Foundation in Belgium), the research division of organic chemistry (UCO) of the chemistry department of the University of Namur announces the availability of a full time Post-Doc position in the field of organic synthesis and Lewis acid-base catalysis.

As a postdoctoral researcher with good theoretical and practical knowledge of organic and organometalic chemistry you will investigate the development of synthetic routes towards new boron Lewis acids, catalysts and receptors.

Profile

The ideal candidate is a highly talented and motivated researcher who received his PhD in organic or organometallic chemistry less than 5 years ago. Very good knowledge and experience in preparative purification techniques, handling of highly reactive species (Schlenk-line and glove-box techniques) and structural characterization of organic molecules is expected.

Excellent experimental skills. Ability to lead a research project in a competitive field, as demonstrated by high-level publications in leading journals. Excellent communication ability in English (written and oral). Good knowledge of French is a plus.

Additional information

During this Post-Doc of 2 years (1-year contract renewable once) you will perform your research at the University of Namur.

The selected candidate will get a monthly fellowship of ~€2100 after tax. The position is for an initial duration of one year and might be extended up to two years, upon mutual agreement.

The candidate must be in an “international mobility situation”, meaning that he or she should not have resided or carried out his/her main activity (job, studies...) in Belgium for more than 24 months during a period of 3 years immediately preceding May 2018.

To apply please send a motivation letter, a curriculum vitae, a list of publications, and the name and email address of three reference persons by e-mail before March 1st, 2018 to Prof. Guillaume Berionni (http://www.unamur.be/en/sci/chemistry/rco).

Remarks

Short term contract (24 months), starting on May/June 2018.