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Head of the Collection of Invertebrates
OÖ Landes Kultur GmbH, Linz, Oberösterreich
OÖ Landes-Kultur GmbH in Linz, Upper Austria, is looking for a HEAD OF THE COLLECTION OF INVERTEBRATES Organisation Unit: Centre for Biodiversity Research, Linz, Austria Type of Employment: full time, fixed employment for 3 years, effective from 01.01.2022 Classification: Academic Research Level: PhD Founded in 1833 as the Upper Austrian State Museum in Linz, the OÖ Landes-Kultur GmbH is the largest andmost important museum institution in the region. We maintain extensive collections and scholarly archives aswell as permanent and special exhibitions in the fields of nature, culture and art history. OÖ Landes-Kultur GmbH is looking for a strategically skilled and integrative scientist with international standingto develop biodiversity research as Head of the Collection of Invertebrates, combining basic collectionbasedand applied research at an excellent international level. Additionally it is the task to further develop thisposition with regard to a possible new building for the research centre. Applicants should have leadership experience and must be familiar with collection-based science. Scientific excellence and expertise should be evident, for example, in the fields of: Invertebrates Entomology Hymenoptera Biodiversity research We expect applicants to demonstrate successful international networking substantial acquisition of third-party funding the development of a future strategy for the Centre for Biodiversity Research ORGANISATIONAL ENVIRONMENT The Centre for Biodiversity Research is part of OÖ Landes-Kultur GmbH, including 8 full-time academic employeesand 19 research assistants, taxidermists, mediators and facility management staff. Pursuant to its motto“research nature to protect it”, the Centre for Biodiversity Research is dedicated to collect, preserve, research,document, exhibit and impart knowledge about the Austrian plant and animal world, rocks and minerals. It iscomprised of 4 departments – botany, geoscience, invertebrates with a particular focus on entomology, and vertebrates.The Centre of Biodiversity Research offers a broad multidisciplinary expertise in the fields of ecology,zoology, evolutionary biology, taxonomy, plant and animal physiology, and conservation biology. PURPOSE AND RESPONSIBILITIES Purpose, duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: RESEARCH: Development of the internationally renowned Collection of Invertebrates Lead and substantially contribute to collection-based research and the integration of results into biodiversityresearch Lead and substantially contribute to analyses and the classification and indexing of organisms, includingthe analysis of DNA and isotopes Lead and substantially contribute to the writing and publishing of scientific papers on a standard level forhigh-quality international journals Provide authoritative advice within your area of specialisation Attend and present research at relevant conferences Contribute to exhibitions and the presentation of research to visitors and the interested public SERVICE, ADMINISTRATION AND ENGAGEMENT: Scientific and administrative management of the Collection of Invertebrates [4.5 million insects with afocus on hymenoptera, 20,000 microscopic permanent specimens of microorganisms (ciliates, rhizopods,flagellations),105,000 batches of snails and mussels, etc.] Contribute positively to the lab community by participating in lab meetings and encourag discussionsamongst lab members and generally leading by example Engage with the wider community of the School of Biological Sciences Contribute to exhibitions and public relations activities SELECTION CRITERIA PhD in an area of biological sciences, with extensive pre-doctoral and/or post-doctoral experience ofinvertebratesand experience in the integration of this discipline into evolutionary biology, biodiversityresearchor other related fields A record of collections-based research is mandatory Demonstrated understanding of the principles of animal development and evolution, and the ability toclassifyand index organisms as well as analyse DNA and isotopes Demonstrated ability to analyse, document and publish results in renowned international journals Excellent written and oral skills and a strong publication record in relevant fields Strong organisational skills and attention to detail with a demonstrated ability to prioritise your ownworkload,exercise independent judgment and independent work to meet project deadlines Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, students and volunteers, with strong interpersonal skills Commitment to upholding our values like openness, respectfulness and integrity DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION We recognize and value fairness and diversity and encourage applications from all candidates meeting therequirements of this position, irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, disability,age or other protected attributes. OÖ Landes-Kultur GmbH offers an exclusive working environment andis committedto support staff with family and caring responsibilities by providing policies, programs andinitiativesto help balance work and family life. For this position we offer an attractive salary package according to your qualifications, experience andindividualcompetencies. The base pay is composed of a competitive salary of at least EUR 48,000 gross peryear (full time). Please send applications in English and/or German with the usual documents (CV, list of publications, detailsof third-party funding, copies of university certificates and diplomas) and a concept for the developmentof the Centre for Biodiversity Research with focus on invertebrates in electronic form to OÖ Landes-KulturGmbH, Ms. MMag. Isolde Perndl, Bischofstraße 5, 4020 Linz, Austria (e-mail: personalooelkg.at ) until31.10.2021.