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Only available to UCL Chemistry Students - working a maximum of 20 hours per week. Work can not be carried out until we have seen and verified your right to work. If you work before this, you will not be paid for any hours you did.
- Postgraduate employment opportunities - Chemistry Department
Applications are invited from postgraduate students who wish to be considered for the following posts
- Postgraduate demonstrators
- Ad-Hoc work in the department
Successful applicants will be issued with an 'As and When' contract valid until for the duration of your degree registration.
If you wish to apply to be considered for either of the above, please send your CV and a completed UCL Equal opportunities monitoring form to our HR Administrator, Ms Judith James from whom further details are available (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org) Please note your right to work must be checked before you commence work.
Your CV should contain the following information.
1. Full name
3. Date of birth
4. Academic Qualifications
5. National Insurance No. (if known)
6. Your Student registration number
7. Your areas of expertise
8. The name of your Supervisor
9. Month and year your postgraduate studies are due to finish if you complete and submit your thesis on time.
Applications are welcome at any time throughout the year but you cannot be considered for any paid employment within the department until you have applied and been accepted.
You should not carry out any work until we have seen and verified your right to work, any work carried out before this period will not be paid.
Post-doctoral Research Vacancies
Professional Services Vacancies
- 1642251 Computational Chemistry Support Officer (D/L:16/6/2017)
Salary (inclusive of London allowance):
£34,056 - £41,163 per annum
Closing Date: 16th June 2016
Duties and Responsibilities
Computational Chemistry is a major research theme in the UCL Chemistry Department, comprising one of the largest groupings of its kind in the UK.
The successful candidate will provide a professional and innovative computer support service to 10 research groups (around 100 end users), who use a variety of computing resources, working closely with different teams of academic and technical staff and end users to support and develop in-house research computing activities The role will involve managing the computational chemistry facilities of the department, comprising a number of multiprocessor linux/unix clusters (ranging in architecture and uses), fileservers and associated hardware, advising on the implementation of applications on appropriate platforms and demonstrating and training students and staff in the use of computational tools to enable their learning and research.
The position is funded by the department and is an open-ended one. It is available to start immediately.
A good first degree involving computational chemistry, or a closely-related discipline, and either a PhD or equivalent experience of research in computational chemistry or a closely-related discipline is essential. As are a comprehensive knowledge and experience of unix/linux systems as an administrator and programmer and the ability to communicate effectively in technical discussions with staff and students with differing levels of computational chemistry understanding.
For further information on research in the Chemistry Department see www.chem.ucl.ac.uk
To apply for the vacancy please visit: www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs and search ref: 1642251
Further details about the vacancy are available from Professor Graham Worth (email@example.com).
Any queries on the application process should be directed to Judith James (firstname.lastname@example.org).