Develop and implement research directions and strategies, and carry out research activities for the Project and the Centre. Main duties include preparation of research and grant proposals, writing scientific papers and reports, management of research projects, planning and management of laboratory to meet current and future needs, establishment and maintenance of laboratory equipment, training new laboratory personnel, and performing any other assignments.
A PhD in Veterinary Medicine/Animal Science/Veterinary Public Health/Biology or related disciplines, with no more than 3 years’ postdoctoral experience. Strong skill sets and knowledge of molecular biology, bioinformatics and infectious diseases; demonstrated experience in scientific research; working experience in tertiary institutions or research laboratories; excellent communication and writing skills; being highly-motivated, with the ability to work independently and in a team are required
Candidates with a PhD plus appropriate experience or outstanding research performance may be considered for appointment as Research Fellow or Senior Research Fellow.
Salary offered will be highly competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Fringe benefits include leave, medical and dental consultations at the campus clinic.
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