Ice Chemistry Laboratory Manager- British Antarctic Survey

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Ice Chemistry Laboratory Manager- British Antarctic Survey

Thomas, Liz
The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is looking for an Ice Chemistry Laboratory Manager.

This role involves managing the ice chemistry laboratories, including ensuring health and safety standards, operation and maintenance of instrumentation, and co-ordinating requirements for laboratory facilities and technical support.
The successful post holder would provide analytical chemistry technical support to measure discrete chemistry from Antarctic ice cores using ion chromatography (IC) in our class-100 clean room. They would also be responsible for the analysis of ice and snow samples on the ICs (following specific training on the job).
This role requires an enthusiastic and motivated lab manager with strong teamwork skills and experience in working in an analytical chemistry laboratory.

On-line application forms and further information are available on our website.
https://www.bas.ac.uk/jobs/vacancy/ice-chemistry-laboratory-manager-cambridge/

Please quote reference: BAS 85/19
Closing date for receipt of application forms: 28th July 2019
Interviews scheduled 16th August 2019



Dr Liz Thomas
Palaeoclimatologist
Group Head - Ice Cores
British Antarctic Survey
Cambridge, CB3 0ET, UK
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