Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content

Institute of Soil Landscape Research

Institute of Land Use Systems

Institute of Landscape Biogeochemistry

Institute of Landscape Systems Analysis

Institute of Landscape Hydrology

Institute of Socio-Economics

Suche
Breadcrumb Navigation

Vacancies

Hauptinhalt der Seite

We offer attractive positions at our research institution, which has a high international reputation within agricultural landscape research.

Please search in the category relevant to you.

Please find topics for internships and theses on the websites for early career support.

You will find further job offers on our German website.

 

View RSS feed

Academic Staff

MyTitle: Scientific Coworker (1 year)
MyLinkAnsehenUrl:
MyLinkPDFUrl: http://www.zalf.de/de/karriere/stellenangebote/Documents/Scientific_Coworker_45_2017.pdf, PDF for job offer 45-2017
MyTitelMehrzeilig:
MyTextfeld: <div class="ExternalClass03E918F13E544AE0A84C9A1D3AAF10D5"><p>​The Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) e.V. - Institute of Landscape Biogeochemistry (LBG), Trace Gas Biogeochemistry is seeking a Scientific Coworker (1 year, 01.10.2017 – 30.09.2018).</p><p>The position will be associated with working group Trace Gas Biogeochemistry at the Institute of Landscape Biogeochemistry (LBG).</p><p>We advertise a position in the project STaPlaRes funded through BMEL. The project investigates effects of new technologies for urea fertilization on plants and N dynamics in soil. It is the central goal to increase significantly N uptake efficiency of plants and to reduce fertilizer losses. At LBG, the dynamics of N<sub>2</sub>O and N<sub>2</sub> fluxes shall be investigated in lab scale experiments with helium incubation technique. </p><p> <strong>Your tasks and responsibilities</strong></p><ul><li>Project conduction (planning and conduction of lab experiments, data editing, statistics)</li><li>Preparation of publications</li><li>Preparation of data and results for reports for funding agency </li><li>Interaction with scientists of groups <em>Trace Gas Biogeochemistry</em></li></ul><p> <strong>Your profile – we require</strong></p><ul><li>Master or doctoral degree in biology, or agricultural or environmental sciences</li><li>High motivation to take the next step in scientific career</li><li>Good knowledge of written and spoken English</li></ul><p> <strong>We expect</strong> experiences in process studies on N dynamics in terrestrial ecosystems, excellent communication and teamwork skills, the motivation and capability to independently find solutions for complex tasks, an organized, independent working style, as well as the willingness to travel and to conduct field work. </p><p> <strong>We offer </strong>individual options for courses and trainings to support your career development as well as a dynamic and international work environment and a participation in international conferences and scientific meeting. &#160;Working place is Müncheberg (near Berlin, Germany). The position is termed for 1 year (salary according to TV-L E13, 100% of the weekly working time).</p></div>
MyAutoren:
MyMeldungsdatum:
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label: NewWindow: MyEbene: 1 MyKategory:

Scientific Coworker (1 year)

​The Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) e.V. - Institute of Landscape Biogeochemistry (LBG), Trace Gas Biogeochemistry is seeking a Scientific Coworker (1 year, 01.10.2017 – 30.09.2018).

The position will be associated with working group Trace Gas Biogeochemistry at the Institute of Landscape Biogeochemistry (LBG).

We advertise a position in the project STaPlaRes funded through BMEL. The project investigates effects of new technologies for urea fertilization on plants and N dynamics in soil. It is the central goal to increase significantly N uptake efficiency of plants and to reduce fertilizer losses. At LBG, the dynamics of N2O and N2 fluxes shall be investigated in lab scale experiments with helium incubation technique.

Your tasks and responsibilities

  • Project conduction (planning and conduction of lab experiments, data editing, statistics)
  • Preparation of publications
  • Preparation of data and results for reports for funding agency
  • Interaction with scientists of groups Trace Gas Biogeochemistry

Your profile – we require

  • Master or doctoral degree in biology, or agricultural or environmental sciences
  • High motivation to take the next step in scientific career
  • Good knowledge of written and spoken English

We expect experiences in process studies on N dynamics in terrestrial ecosystems, excellent communication and teamwork skills, the motivation and capability to independently find solutions for complex tasks, an organized, independent working style, as well as the willingness to travel and to conduct field work.

We offer individual options for courses and trainings to support your career development as well as a dynamic and international work environment and a participation in international conferences and scientific meeting.  Working place is Müncheberg (near Berlin, Germany). The position is termed for 1 year (salary according to TV-L E13, 100% of the weekly working time).

Contact person(s): Prof. Dr. J. Augustin
Telephone: +49 (0)33432 82-376
Closing date: 31.08.2017
Reference number: 45-2017
MyTitle: Doctoral Researcher (3 years)
MyLinkAnsehenUrl:
MyLinkPDFUrl: http://www.zalf.de/de/karriere/stellenangebote/Documents/Doktorand_31-2017.pdf, PDF for job offer 31-2017
MyTitelMehrzeilig:
MyTextfeld: <div class="ExternalClass34B9ADBC7BA649CCA5BB9D38B01E8175"><p>We advertise a position in a project funded through DFG research platform &quot;Biodiversity Exploratories&quot; (Priority Programme 1374). The project addresses the relationship between biodiversity of microorganisms of the nitrogen cycle and the impact of land use in grasslands. In cooperation with the <em>Institute of Microbiology (ifmb) at the Leibniz University Hannover (LUH)</em>, the doctoral candidate will work in the research group <em>Terrestrial Microbiology of the Institute of Landscape Biogeochemistry (LBG)</em> (ZALF, Müncheberg, Berlin) and will investigate soil bacteria that are able to form and reduce the potent greenhouse gas nitrous oxide by the nitrate reducing metabolic pathways denitrification and dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonia (DNRA). Methods will reach from microbiological methods such as physiological tests, strain characterization by MALDI-TOF MS, trace gas analytics, to genome sequencing and annotation of functional relevant genes. The goal of the project is to gain insights into the biodiversity and importance of soil DNRA bacteria compared to denitrifiers based on a large number of isolates and will assess the impact of land use intensity of grasslands on DNRA bacteria in soil. </p><p> <strong>Your tasks and responsibilities</strong></p><ul><li>Project conduction (experiments, data editing, statistics)</li><li>Preparation of publications</li><li>Presentation of results on scientific conferences</li><li>Interaction with scientists of groups <em>Terrestrial Microbiology</em> and <em>Trace Gas Biogeochemistry</em>, and of the IfM at the LUH</li></ul><p> <strong>Your profile – we require</strong></p><ul><li>Master of Science in microbiology, environmental microbiology, or related geosciences</li><li>High motivation to take the next step in scientific career</li><li>Good knowledge of written and spoken English</li></ul><p> <strong>We expect</strong> experiences in classical methods of microbiology such as cultivation and physiological characterization of microorganisms and if possible experiences in genome sequencing and annotation, excellent communication and teamwork skills, the motivation and capability to independently find solutions for complex tasks, an organized, independent working style, as well as the willingness to travel and to conduct field work.</p></div>
MyAutoren:
MyMeldungsdatum:
MyLabels:
Struktureinheiten:Label: NewWindow: MyEbene: 1 MyKategory:

Doctoral Researcher (3 years)

We advertise a position in a project funded through DFG research platform "Biodiversity Exploratories" (Priority Programme 1374). The project addresses the relationship between biodiversity of microorganisms of the nitrogen cycle and the impact of land use in grasslands. In cooperation with the Institute of Microbiology (ifmb) at the Leibniz University Hannover (LUH), the doctoral candidate will work in the research group Terrestrial Microbiology of the Institute of Landscape Biogeochemistry (LBG) (ZALF, Müncheberg, Berlin) and will investigate soil bacteria that are able to form and reduce the potent greenhouse gas nitrous oxide by the nitrate reducing metabolic pathways denitrification and dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonia (DNRA). Methods will reach from microbiological methods such as physiological tests, strain characterization by MALDI-TOF MS, trace gas analytics, to genome sequencing and annotation of functional relevant genes. The goal of the project is to gain insights into the biodiversity and importance of soil DNRA bacteria compared to denitrifiers based on a large number of isolates and will assess the impact of land use intensity of grasslands on DNRA bacteria in soil.

Your tasks and responsibilities

  • Project conduction (experiments, data editing, statistics)
  • Preparation of publications
  • Presentation of results on scientific conferences
  • Interaction with scientists of groups Terrestrial Microbiology and Trace Gas Biogeochemistry, and of the IfM at the LUH

Your profile – we require

  • Master of Science in microbiology, environmental microbiology, or related geosciences
  • High motivation to take the next step in scientific career
  • Good knowledge of written and spoken English

We expect experiences in classical methods of microbiology such as cultivation and physiological characterization of microorganisms and if possible experiences in genome sequencing and annotation, excellent communication and teamwork skills, the motivation and capability to independently find solutions for complex tasks, an organized, independent working style, as well as the willingness to travel and to conduct field work.

Contact person(s): Dr. S. Kolb
Telephone: +49(0)33432 82-326
Closing date: 20.09.2017
Reference number: 31-2017

There are no english job offers at this time. You will find further job offers on our German website.

Fusszeile der Seite
YouTube
Twitter
Facebook
© Leibniz-Zentrum für Agrarlandschaftsforschung (ZALF) e. V. Müncheberg