We are seeking to appoint a motivated, experienced and energetic person to contribute to the Mass Spectrometry Hub (MaSH) at the University of Auckland. The MaSH exists to facilitate investigators from diverse research fields to apply mass spectrometry techniques to their own research and generate meaningful interpretations of mass spectrometry data.

The successful candidate will have a PhD degree in biology, chemistry, or related field of study, with preferably a track record of peer-reviewed publications in life sciences mass spectrometry. They must be able to work with others in a collaborative environment and foster an enjoyable and focussed workplace. They will have broad general knowledge of mass spectrometry techniques, with experience in the operation of LC-MS/MS mass spectrometers, sample preparation methods for LC-MS/MS analysis, and data analysis of collected data. Experience with MALDI-MS and GC-MS would be advantageous.

The main focus of the role will be to provide practical support for a range of biological and biomedical applications of mass spectrometry. This is a 0.5-1.0FTE fixed term role until 31 March 2021. Candidates must be available for an immediate start.

For more detailed information on the role accountabilities and requirements, please go HERE.