The Department of Chemistry at Umeå University offers a postdoctoral scholarship within the project “Do pollutants pose a risk for water reuse?” The program is open for an excellent post-doc for a project that aims to study the occurrence of environmental pollutants in wastewater.
This project is part of an ongoing international collaboration with the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa and aims to increase the understanding of how environmental pollutants are distributed in products based on wastewater.
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At Umeå University, the Department of Chemistry is one of the largest departments within the Faculty of Science and Technology and has nearly 200 employees, of which almost 40 are PhD students.
Why study at the Department of Chemistry at Umeå University? Studying at the Umea Department of Chemistry, students gain knowledge for solving and critically assessing chemistry-related problems. The department focuses on three major research areas, biological chemistry, environmental and biogeochemistry, and technical chemistry.
Application Deadline: 1 April 2023.
- University or Organization: Umea University
- Department: Chemistry
- Course Level: Postdoctoral
- Award: Not known
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: NA
- Nationality: Domestic
- The award can be taken in Sweden
- Eligible Countries: Sweden
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: The scholarship refers to full-time postdoc studies for two years with a preliminary start date of 1 September 2023. The project will focus on environmental pollution in wastewater.
- Admissible Criteria: In order to be qualified as a postdoctoral fellow, a completed doctoral degree or a foreign degree deemed to be equivalent to a doctoral degree is required.
- This eligibility requirement must be met at the latest at the time when the decision on scholarship recipients is made.
- In order to be eligible as a postdoctoral fellow, the candidate should primarily be someone who has completed a degree, according to the previous paragraph, no more than three years ago. If there are special reasons, a person that has a doctoral degree older than three years could also be considered. Special reasons could be; leave due to illness, parental leave, positions of trust within trade unions, or other similar circumstances, as well as clinical service or service/assignment relevant to the subject area.
- Applicants must have a PhD in environmental chemistry/analytical chemistry or equivalent and have previous experience in both sampling and analysis based on LC-MS/MS.
- Previous experience in sample processing of biota samples is meritorious.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: Applicants must submit their application as a PDF marked with the reference number FS 2.1.7-290-23, both in the file name and in the subject field of the email, to [email protected]. The application can be written in English or Swedish.
- Supporting Documents: A complete application must contain the following:
- A personal letter summarizing qualifications and explaining why applying for the position
- Curriculum Vitae – CV with a list of publications,
- Certified copy of the doctoral degree certificate or documentation that clarifies when the doctoral degree is expected to be obtained,
- Certified copies of other diplomas, academic course certificates, and/or grades,
- Copy of/link to doctoral thesis and three relevant articles,
- Other documents that the applicant wishes to rely on,
- References are provided in connection with interviews.
- Admission Requirements: 60 ECTS in Chemistry.
- Language Requirement: Good communication skills in English, both oral and written, are a requirement. Proficiency in English equivalent to Swedish upper secondary course English B/6.
At Umeå University, the Department of Chemistry is awarding scholarship funds to support projects that focus on environmental pollution in wastewater.