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**Closing date - 20th November 2009**
Vacancy: Head of Scientific Applications
Starting salary £54,400 - £60,500
Biomathematics & Statistics Scotland (BioSS) has an international
reputation for methodological development in statistics, mathematical
modelling and bioinformatics. BioSS offers a stimulating working
environment, with over 30 staff at four different locations, working on
applications in plant science, animal health and welfare, ecology &
environmental science and nutrition & human health
We seek a senior statistician with excellent technical, interpersonal
and managerial skills to lead BioSSís broad portfolio of scientific
applications and to take direct responsibility for our work in plant
science at SCRI in Dundee. As Scotlandís premier Institute for research
on crop plants and their interactions with the environment, SCRI works
at the forefront of modern technology, generating a challenging range of
Applicants must be able to demonstrate extensive experience of
collaboration with scientists and innovation in the development and
application of modern statistical methods, substantiated by a record of
scientific publications. Experience of staff and project initiation and
management are also required.
Further information on the above post, including how to apply, is
available on the BioSS website at http://www.bioss.ac.uk/vacancies.html
Closing date - 20th November 2009, Post Ref - BioSS/1/9
Informal enquires in confidence to David Elston, BioSS Director,
[log in to unmask], +44(0)1224 395127
BioSS is formally a part of Scottish Crop Research Institute (SCRI),
Charity No. SC006662, an equal opportunities employer.
Biomathematics and Statistics Scotland (BioSS) is formally part of The
Scottish Crop Research Institute (SCRI), a registered Scottish charity
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