[Comp-neuro] Open position as an MEG physicist/engineer

Jochem Rieger jochem.rieger at uni-oldenburg.de
Thu Dec 22 17:27:30 CET 2016

The newly founded Neuroimaging Center at the European Medical School of 
the University of Oldenburg, Germany, offers a position for an

*MEG-Physicist/Engineer (salary level E13/TV-L, initially 3 years) *

The Neuroimaging Center hosts a state of the art magnetoencephalograph 
(Elekta Triux) and a magnetic resonance tomograph (Siemens Prisma 3T) 
and is embedded in an excellent interdisciplinary scientific environment 
(e.g. the DFG Cluster of Excellence "Hearing 3 All") with a strong 
research focus on neurosensory, neurocognitive, and medical research.

We seek for a highly motivated candidatewith an academic university 
degree. The position requires a degree in physics, engineering, 
neuroscience, or psychology with documented research experience in 
magnetoencephalography methods. In addition, fluency in English is 
necessary. A doctoral degree is a plus. German and experience in the 
design of neurocognitiveexperiments are desirable.

Successful candidates will be responsible for the operation and 
administration of the MEG-system, the infrastructure, the development 
and improvement of measurement and analyses techniques and user 

The University of Oldenburg is rapidly growing and offers a vibrant 
scientific environment with strong foci on cognitive and sensory 
neuroscience and a new medical school. The European Medical School is a 
cooperation project between the Universities of Oldenburg and Groningen 
as well as four local hospitals. Oldenburg is an attractive city in 
Germany's northwest with excellent quality of life. It is close to 
Bremen, Hamburg, Groningen, and approx. 1 h from the North Sea.

The University of Oldenburg is dedicated to increasing the percentage of 
women in science. Therefore, female candidates are particularly 
encouraged to apply and will be given preference in cases of equal 
qualification. Handicapped applicants will be given preference if 
equally qualified.

Electronic applications (one pdf file) are preferred and can be send to:
Professor Dr. Jochem Rieger: Jochem.rieger at uni-oldenburg.de
Applications by mail should be sent to:
Prof. Jochem Rieger
Universität Oldenburg
Kuepkersweg 74 (W30)
26129 Oldenburg

The application process is open until 31.1.2017. Applications should 
include your CV, a list of most recent publications, and a statement of 
interest (max. 3 pages). For inquiries contact 
jochem.rieger at uni-oldenburg.de
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